Maccabi Games

THE JCC MACCABI GAMES® is an Olympic style sporting competition held each summer in North America. 
It is the second largest organized sports program for Jewish teenagers in the world.

THE JCC MACCABI GAMES® ARE AN OLYMPIC-STYLE SPORTING COMPETITION held each summer in North America and is the second largest organized sports program for Jewish teenagers in the world.

The Maccabi Movement began in 1895 when the first all-Jewish sports club was formed in Constantinople. The first world Maccabiah Games were held in Israel in 1932.

Now, this two week competition takes place every four years and has featured many world class Jewish athletes including: Mark Spitz (swimming), Mitch Gaylord (gymnastics), Ernie Grunfeld and Danny Schayes (basketball), Brad Gilbert and Dick Savitt (tennis).

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The Bridgewater JCC will have a delegation going to the JCC Maccabi Campus Games hosted at Pace University, Pleasantville (Westchester), NY Sunday, August 9 – Friday, August 14, 2020.

We will bring teens in a variety of individual sports and will have some opportunity for mixed teams (our JCC players will combine with players from other cities for the team sports, as available)

  • Boys Baseball – 16U
  • Boys Basketball – 14U, 16U
  • Girls Basketball – 16U
  • E-sports
  • Ice Hockey – 16U
  • Boys Soccer – 14U and 16U
  • Girls Soccer – 16U
  • Girls Volleyball – 16U
  • Chess
  • Dance
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis

For more information on the entire JCC Maccabi Games, you can check out the national website at: http://www.jccmaccabigames.org/