|Leagues||Liga Uruguaya de Basketball|
FIBA Americas League
|Founded||25 May 1939|
|Head coach||Leonardo Zylberstein|
|Championships||3 Uruguayan Championships|
Asociación Hebraica y Macabi del Uruguay, commonly known as Hebraica Macabi, is a professional basketball team based in Montevideo. The club currently plays in the Liga Uruguaya de Basketball, the top tier basketball league of Uruguay. Founded in 1944, it participated in most Uruguayan basketball tournaments. During the first cycle, the name used by the club was Macabi Hacoaj, later changing its name to the current one.
Macabi was promoted to the Second Division of Uruguay Basketball in 1972 and to the First Division in 1973, winning three federal tournaments (Uruguay's most important tournament until 2000). The team retired from Uruguayan basketball in 1997, but then returned in 2004 to the Third Division. Obtaining two promotions over three years, Hebraica y Macabi played in 2007–08 on the Liga Uruguaya de Basketball, Uruguay's most important tournament, obtaining second place.
Macabi won its first national championship during the 2011–12 edition of the Liga Uruguaya de Basketball.
- Liga Uruguaya de Basketball
- Winners (3): 2011–12, 2015–16, 2016–17
- Liga Metropolitana
- Winners (1): 2006
|Hebraica y Macabi roster|
- "Official website" (in Spanish). Hebraicamacabi.com. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
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