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Trabzonspor
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Full name Trabzonspor Kulübü[1]
Nickname(s) Karadeniz Fırtınası (Black Sea Storm)
Founded 2 August 1967; 51 years ago (1967-08-02)
Ground Medical Park Arena
Capacity 43,223
President Ahmet Ağaoğlu
Head Coach Ünal Karaman
League Süper Lig
2017–18 Süper Lig, 5th
Website Club website

Trabzonspor is a professional Turkish football club located in the city of Trabzon, Turkey. Formed in 1967 through a merger of several local clubs, Trabzonspor have won seven Süper Lig championship titles.[2]

The Club won their first Championship title in 1975–76, and won three championship titles in a row during the following years 1978–79, 1979–80, 1980–81.

The club colours are claret and blue, and they have maroon and blue kits. Trabzonspor plays at the Şenol Güneş Stadium which replaced the Hüseyin Avni Aker Stadium as their home ground during the 2016–17 season.[3]

History

In 1921 the Trabzon İdmanocağı club were founded.[4] Trabzonspor AS were founded in 1967.[5] In 1975–76 season they won their first championship, and won further titles in 1976–77, 1977–78 ,1979–80, 1980–81 and 1983–84.[6] In the 2010–11 season Trabzonspor finished level on points to winners Fenerbahçe but were pushed into second on goal difference.[7]

Colours and emblem

The most important issue in the establishment of Trabzonspor was the colours of the club. Although a number of elaborate theories have been put forward as to why claret and blue was adopted, it transpires the club chose the colours in simple tribute to the famous and historic English club Aston Villa.[8]

Stadium

Since December 2016, Home ground is the Şenol Güneş Stadium, which has a capacity of 43,223.[9] Former home ground is the Hüseyin Avni Aker Stadium, which has a capacity of 24,169.[9]

Players

Current squad

As of 3 September 2018[10]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Turkey GK Onur Kıvrak (Captain)
2 Turkey DF Kamil Çörekçi
4 Turkey DF Hüseyin Türkmen
5 Iran DF Majid Hosseini
7 Colombia FW Hugo Rodallega
8 Argentina MF José Sosa
9 Iran MF Vahid Amiri
10 Turkey MF Olcay Şahan
14 Turkey MF Murat Cem Akpınar
15 Senegal DF Zargo Touré
16 Turkey MF Batuhan Artarslan
17 Turkey FW Burak Yılmaz
18 Ghana FW Caleb Ekuban (on loan from Leeds United)
19 Turkey MF Abdülkadir Parmak
No. Position Player
20 Nigeria MF Ogenyi Onazi
23 Costa Rica GK Esteban Alvarado
27 Turkey DF Mustafa Akbaş
33 Slovakia MF Juraj Kucka
47 Portugal DF João Pereira
61 Turkey MF Abdülkadir Ömür
72 Turkey DF Semih Karadeniz
77 Czech Republic DF Filip Novák
88 Argentina DF Luis Ibáñez
91 Turkey DF Zeki Yavru
96 Turkey GK Uğurcan Çakır
97 Turkey MF Yusuf Yazıcı
99 Nigeria FW Anthony Nwakaeme

Affiliated clubs

Trabzonspor A2

Trabzonspor Women

1461 Trabzon

Club officials

Technical staff

Manager Unal Karaman
Assistant manager Recep Karatepe
Assistant manager Gökhan Kağıtçıoğlu
Goalkeeping coach Altay Dağdelen
Coach Murat Bel
Performance Analysis Mesut Kabahasanoğlu
Performance Analysis Beri Pardo
Performance Analysis Mehmet Turhan Demir
Club doctor Ufuk Şentürk
Club doctor Gültekin Hacısalihoğlu
Physiotherapist Ferhat Boz
Physiotherapist Oğuzhan Kolot
Physiotherapist Safa Parlak
Masseur Rüstem İlyas
Masseur Yener Usta
Masseur Metin Zihni

Source:[11]

Managers

Presidents

Honours

European competitions

Domestic competitions

In Europe

They first competed in Europe in 1976/77, and reached the group stages of the Champions League in 2011/12.[13]

As of 3 September 2018[14]
Rank Country Team Points
75 Belarus BATE Borisov 20.500
76 Turkey Trabzonspor 18.000
77 Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 17.500

Notes

  • TB ^ For information about amateur leagues in Turkey, see this.
  • Lig ^ Before 2001, the top-flight was known as the 1.Lig. After 2001 the 1.Lig became the second division, and the 2.Lig became the third division.

References

  1. ^ "Trabzonspor Tuzugu" (PDF). Trabzonspor.org.tr. Trabzonspor Kulübü. Retrieved 27 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Turkey - List of Champions". www.rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  3. ^ TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. tff.org (in Turkish), accessed 23 May 2010
  4. ^ Mustafa Duman. Trabzon'un spor Tarihinden sayfalar Archived 2012-10-17 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ "Trabzonspor AS: Profile". UEFA. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  6. ^ Tamás Kárpáti (28 May 2015). "Turkey – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 August 2015.
  7. ^ "2010-2011 Sezonu TFF". www.tff.org.
  8. ^ http://www.avfc.co.uk/page/BlogsEntry/0,,10265~3597476,00.html
  9. ^ a b "Trabzonspor". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  10. ^ "Futbol A Takımı". Trabzonspor. Retrieved 3 September 2018.
  11. ^ "Teknik Kadro" (in Turkish). trabzonspor.org.tr. 25 May 2017. Retrieved 25 May 2017.
  12. ^ "Trabzonspor: Trophies". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 22 April 2016.
  13. ^ "Trabzonspor in UEFA". www.uefa.com.
  14. ^ "UEFA coefficients". UEFA. 3 September 2018. Retrieved 3 September 2018.

External links

  • Squad, results and fixtures at UEFA
  • Official website (in Turkish)
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