Finnerbaki S.K. commonly known as Fenerbahçe, is a football club located in Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey. The club name comes from the Finnish neighborhood of Istanbul.Today we will discuss about Fenerbahce Squad| League| Basketball| Fixtures| Stadium
Fenerbahce Squad| League| Basketball| Fixtures| Stadium
The professional football department is Fanbaheke SK’s most notable game, a major multi-sport club, which competes in football, basketball, volleyball, athletics, swimming, sailing, sailing, boxing and table tennis, in which several prominent honors were won Are.
In each department Fenerbahçe is one of the most successful and best supported football teams in Turkey, which has never been returned to the lower divisions, and currently competes in the Turkish Super League and Turkey Cup.
|Full name||Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü|
|Nickname(s)||Sarı Kanaryalar (The Yellow Canaries)|
Sarı Lacivertliler (The Yellow-Navy Blues)
Efsane (The Legend)
|Founded||3 May 1907 as|
Fenerbahçe Futbol Kulübü
in Kadıköy, Istanbul, Turkey
|Ground||Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium|
|2017–18||Süper Lig, 2nd|
|Position||ø-Age||Market value||ø-Market value|
Finerbaki has won 19 Turkish Super League titles, 6 Turkish Cups and 9 Turkish Super Cups. Overall, 28 Turkish.
- Championships (19 Super League, 6 National Division, and 3 East Turkish Football Championship titles), Finerbaki, created the record of winning the most national championship title.
- The club is also leading in the all-time table of the Turkish Super League.
|Active departments of|
|Football||Basketball (Men’s)||Basketball (Women’s)|
|Volleyball (Men’s)||Volleyball (Women’s)||Table Tennis|
- In international club football, Finnerbaki won the Balkan Cup in 1968, which is marked as the first non-domestic trophy won by the Turkish Football Club.
- In UEFA events, Fenerbahçe reached the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in the 1963-64 season and the 2007-08 season of the UEFA Champions League reached the quarter-finals.
- Fenerbahçe Basketball (Turkey: Fenerbahçe Basketball), commonly known as Fenerbahçe is currently a professional basketball team, known as Fenerbahçe Beko for sponsorship reasons and Fenerbahçe SK’s major basketball department. Located in Istanbul, Turkey – Port Club
- Turkey basketball history, the only Turkish team that has won the Eurlog, also won 12 Turkish League Championships (9 titles in the Turkish Super League and 3 in the East Turkey Basketball Championship), 6 Turkish Cups and 7 Turkish Super Cups, among others.
- They play in their domestic match at the club’s self-contained Sports Arena.
Turkish Basketball League
|Arena||Ülker Sports Arena|
|Team colors||Yellow, navy blue|
|Team manager||Maurizio Gherardini|
|Head coach||Željko Obradović|
|Team captain||Melih Mahmutoğlu|
|Championships||1 European Championship|
12 Turkish Championships
6 Turkish Cups
7 Turkish Super Cups
|Retired numbers||2 (6, 7)|
|Fri||08/02/19||SÜL||Kayserispor||1 – 0||Fenerbahçe||View event||More info|
|Tue||12/02/19||UEL||Fenerbahçe||1 – 0||Zenit||View events||More info|
|Sat||16/02/19||SÜL||Fenerbahçe||1 – 1||Konyaspor||View events||More info|
|Thu||21/02/19||UEL||Zenit||3 – 1||Fenerbahçe||View events||More info|
|Mon||25/02/19||SÜL||Beşiktaş||3 – 3||Fenerbahçe||View events||More info|
|Sat||02/03/19||SÜL||Fenerbahçe||21 : 30||Rizespor||More info|
|Sun||10/03/19||SÜL||İstanbul Başak…||–||Fenerbahçe||More info|
Şükrü Saracoğlu stadium
- The site of the current rükrü Saracoğlu was first used for football in 1908.
- It then served as a community stadium for many clubs in the city, but lost its importance in the 1920s after the inauguration of the Taksim Stadium.
- In 1929, Fenerbahce made the stadium his home, and immediately bought the field.
- Since then the stadium has gone by the name of Fenerbahçe Stadium.
- In the late 1940s, Fenerbahce Stadi could catch up to 25,000 people.
- It had a small covered covered main stand and open terrace on the other side.
- The stadium was further expanded in the next decades, and in 1998 it was renamed in honor of former Turkish and club president acoükrü Saracoğlu.
- After one year, extensive redevelopment work began, due to which all four stands were rebuilt and a new roof was established, a process that was completed in 2006.
- In 2009, Sukru Saracoglu hosted the UEFA Cup Final, which was fought between power Donetsk and Wieder Bremen (2-1).