Hapoel Acre F.C. (הפועל עכו, Hapoel Akko) is an Israeli football club based in Acre. The club plays in dark blue shirts with white sleeves, dark blue shorts and white socks, and are currently in Liga Leumit, the second tier of Israeli football.
In the summer of 1974 Liga Artzit replaced Liga Alef as the second division of Israeli football (Liga Alef became the third division). In 1975-76, Hapoel finished second in the new league and were promoted to the top division for the first time. After a decent finish of 11th (out of 16) in their first season, they won only two matches the next season, and were relegated. This proved to be their last appearance in the top division to date.
By 2000, the club had fallen into Liga Artzit, which was by then the third level of Israeli football thanks to the creation of the Israeli Premier League in 1999. However, in 2003-4, the club finished as runners up, and were promoted back to Liga Leumit. In 2005-6, the club won their first ever piece of silverware, picking up the second division's Toto Cup after beating Hapoel Be'er Sheva 5-3 on penalties after a 0-0 draw.