William's marks the first time a member of Britain's royal family visited Israel as an official representative of the London government.
William will stay at Jerusalem's King David Hotel.
He is set to visit Jerusalem tomorrow, where he will meet Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
Prince William, who's now riding solo on his tour of the Middle East-fair, considering Kate is still technically on maternity leave after giving birth two to Prince Louis two months ago-stopped in Jordan on Sunday to meet with Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, Syrian refugee children benefiting from UNICEF's programs, young entrepreneurs in the region, and members of the country's British Embassy.
For the 36-year-old William, second in line to the throne, it marks a high-profile visit that could brandish his worldwide credentials.
At Yad Vashem, he will hear the testimony of a Holocaust survivor and a Kindertransport refugee, before laying a wreath at the Hall of Remembrance.
The afternoon service will take place at Chapel Royal at St James's Palace will see many members of the royal family in attendance, including the Queen, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Later in the week, he'll be travelling to the West Bank, where he will meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah before wrapping up the trip in east Jerusalem to visit his great-grandmother's gravesite. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict looms large, despite the ceremonial nature of the trip.
The royal itinerary managed to anger Israeli politicians by mentioning Jerusalem as being part of "the Occupied Palestinian Territories". "And he really wants to get under the skin of the country", Quarrey added.
The trip is at the behest of the British government.
After the match, Prince William will attend another event in central Tel Aviv with Mayor Ron Huldai, but the organisers did not reveal any information due to security concerns.
"The duke is not a political figure".
JERASH, JORDAN-Britain's Prince William on Monday toured Roman ruins in Jordan, chatted with Syrian refugee children and was greeted by ululating women at a community centre for traditional arts and crafts.
Prior to watching England thrash their South American rivals 6-1 on Sunday evening, William spoke at a garden reception at the British Embassy, praising Britain's historic ties with Jordan and the kingdom's commitment to hosting Syrian and Palestinian refugees.