|1||Maccabi Haifa||4||12||4||0||0||8||2||+6 1|
|3||Hapoel Haifa||4||6||2||0||2||6||3||+3 2|
|5||H. Akko||4||1||0||1||3||2||9||-7 3|
|2||H. Beer Sheva||4||7||2||1||1||7||3||+4 2|
|3||Beitar Jerusalem||4||6||2||0||2||2||6||-4 1|
|4||H. Raanana||4||5||1||2||1||2||2||+0 1|
|1||Maccabi Petah Tikva||3||9||3||0||0||9||2||+7 1|
|3||Maccabi Tel Aviv||3||3||1||0||2||4||7||-3 2|
|4||Hapoel Tel Aviv||3||0||0||0||3||3||8||-5 1|
The Toto Cup (Hebrew: גביע הטוטו, Gvia HaToto) is an association football tournament that exists separately in the two highest divisions in Israel: the Premier League and Liga Leumit.
From 1999 to 2009, the Toto Cup tournament was also held for the third division which was later canceled due to the cancellation of Liga Artzit.
The Toto Cup is the third important competition in Israeli football after the Israeli Premier League and the Israeli State Cup and is considered as a negligible cup, and therefore the Israeli football teams are not investing in many of its games and uses the game to test the foreign players and to give a chance to the bench players and the youth players. However, the Israeli Sports Betting Council pays 1.25 million NIS for the winner, while the runner-up receive 950,000 NIS.