Fethiyespor

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Fethiyespor
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Full name Fethiye Spor Kulübü
Founded 1933
Ground Fethiye Şehir Stadium,
Fethiye, Muğla
Ground Capacity 8,372[1]
Chairman İsmail Öztürk
Manager Engin İpekoğlu
League TFF First League
2013-14 6th

Fethiye SK is a Turkish sports club based in Fethiye, Muğla.

Fethiye Şehir Stadium

Fethiyespor were promoted to the Turkish Second Division in the 2005/6 season. In the 2011/2 football season Fethiyespor reached the end of season promotion play-off games but lost their final match.

Fethiyespor were promoted to TFF League One after play-off games which concluded on 31st May 2013.

On 4th December 2013, Fethiyespor recorded perhaps the best result in their history when they knocked Fenerbahçe out of the Turkish Cup at Fenerbahçe's Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium. Fenerbahçe were at the time were comfortable leaders of the Süper Lig. Onur Okan’s header in the 77th minute, followed by a powerful shot from the same player six minutes later, was enough to shock the hosts with a 1-2 scoreline.

League participations[edit]

Current Squad[edit]

See also: Template:Fethiyespor squad

As of 8 February, 2014.

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

No. Position Player
2 Croatia DF Nikola Žižić
4 Turkey DF Birol Parlak
5 Netherlands DF Emre Bilgin
7 Turkey MF Ufuk Bayraktar
8 Turkey MF Kenan Karisik
10 Turkey MF Onur Okan
11 Turkey FW Emre Öztürk
14 Turkey DF Mizgin Demir
15 Turkey MF Enes Eser
19 Turkey FW Artun Akcakin (on loan from Genclerbirligi)
23 Turkey MF İrfan Başaran
26 Turkey DF Gökhan Dincer (on loan from Belediyespor)
27 Turkey DF Tuncay Dooley
No. Position Player
29 Azerbaijan GK Davud Karimi
33 Cameroon GK Sammy N'Djock (on loan from Antalyaspor)
39 Turkey FW Ahmet Aras (on loan from Sivasspor)
41 Turkey FW Emre Okur
42 Turkey MF Ali Dere (on loan from Konyaspor)
48 Turkey DF Sabri Turgut
50 Turkey MF Aykut Turan
57 Turkey MF Serkan Şahin
58 Turkey DF Ibrahim Sürgülü (on loan from Sivasspor)
88 Turkey DF Hakan Ates (on loan from Belediyespor)
89 Turkey GK Zekeriya Topayan
92 Albania MF Liridon Krasniqi

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