A2 Ligi

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A2 Ligi
Country  Turkey
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1989
as PAF Ligi
First season 1989-1990
Divisions 4
Number of teams 37
Current champions Ankara SK A2 (1st title)
Most championships Galatasaray A2 (6th title)
Website A2 Ligi (Turkish)

The TFF A2 Ligi, is the reserve team league for the top Turkish football teams in the Süper Lig and 1. Lig. The league is split into western and an eastern division.

History[edit]

The league started in 1989-1990 and was named TFF PAF Ligi (Profesyonelliğe Aday Futbolcular) until 2008-2009 season. The 1993-1994 season was called TFF BAL Ligi (Deplasmanlı Bölgesel Altyapı Ligi). Since the 2009-2010 season, it has been called TFF A2 Ligi.

Teams are not relegated from the TFF A2 Ligi based on their final league position, but on the league position of their respective clubs' senior teams. If a senior team is relegated from the 1. Lig, then the reserve team is relegated from the A2 Ligi and replaced by the reserve team of the promoted team from the 2. Lig.

Until the year 2009, only A2 teams of the Süper Lig could participate in the A2 ligi. Since the 2009-2010 season, 1. Lig teams could have participated and therefore the league is split into a western (20 teams) and eastern group (18 teams) and the winner of each group play a final match.

Past winners[edit]

Season Champion Runner-up 3rd place
1989-1990 Galatasaray SK A2 (1)
1990-1991 Beşiktaş JK A2 (1)
1991-1992 Trabzonspor A2 (1) Altay SK A2 Sarıyer GK A2
1992-1993 Altay SK A2 (1) Kocaelispor A2 Konyaspor A2
1993-1994 Galatasaray SK A2 (2)
1994-1995 Beşiktaş JK A2 (2) Fenerbahçe SK A2
1995-1996 Beşiktaş JK A2 (3) Fenerbahçe SK A2
1996-1997 Trabzonspor A2 (2) Galatasaray SK A2 Kocaelispor A2
1997-1998 Fenerbahçe SK A2 (1) Beşiktaş JK A2 Trabzonspor A2
1998-1999 Fenerbahçe SK A2 (2) Bursaspor A2 Samsunspor A2
1999-2000 Beşiktaş JK A2 (4) Gençlerbirliği SK A2 Samsunspor A2
2000-2001 Fenerbahçe SK A2 (3) Samsunspor A2 MKE Ankaragücü SK A2
2001-2002 Gençlerbirliği SK A2 (1) MKE Ankaragücü SK A2 Trabzonspor A2
2002-2003 Beşiktaş JK A2 (5) Altay SK A2 İstanbulspor A2
2003-2004 Trabzonspor A2 (3) Konyaspor A2 Galatasaray SK A2
2004-2005 Galatasaray SK A2 (3) Gaziantepspor A2 Samsunspor A2
2005-2006 Galatasaray SK A2 (4) Gençlerbirliği SK A2 Beşiktaş JK A2
2006-2007 Galatasaray SK A2 (5) Beşiktaş JK A2 Trabzonspor A2
2007-2008 Sivasspor A2 (1) Galatasaray SK A2 Gençlerbirliği SK A2
2008-2009 Antalyaspor A2 (1) Fenerbahçe SK A2 Galatasaray SK A2
2009-2010 Gençlerbirliği SK A2 (2) Ankaraspor A2 -
2010-2011 Galatasaray SK A2 (6) Kayseri Erciyesspor A2 -
2011-2012 Kartal S.K. A2 (1) Bucaspor A2 Sivasspor A2
2012-2013 Ankaraspor A2 (1) Gençlerbirliği SK A2 Kasımpaşa SK A2
2013-2014 Fenerbahçe SK A2 (4) Boluspor A2 Çaykur Rizespor A2

Performance by club[edit]

Team Titles Years won
Galatasaray SK A2 6 1990, 1994, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011
Beşiktaş JK A2 5 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2003
Fenerbahçe SK A2 4 1998, 1999, 2001, 2014
Trabzonspor A2 3 1992, 1997, 2004
Gençlerbirliği SK A2 2 2002, 2010
Altay SK A2 1 1993
Sivasspor A2 1 2008
Antalyaspor A2 1 2009
Kartal SK A2 1 2012
Ankaraspor A2 1 2013

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  • Erdoğan Arıpınar; Tevfik Ünsi Artun, Cem Atabeyoğlu, Nurhan Aydın, Ergun Hiçyılmaz, Haluk San, Orhan Vedat Sevinçli, Vala Somalı (June 1992). Türk Futbol Tarihi (1991-1996) vol.3, Page(77), Türkiye Futbol Federasyonu Yayınları.