Karşıyaka S.K.

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Karşıyaka
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Full name Karşıyaka Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s) Kaf Kaf
Kaf Sin Kaf
The 35 and half
Founded 1 November 1912; 101 years ago (1912-11-01)
Ground İzmir Alsancak Stadium,
Izmir, Turkey
Ground Capacity 15,358
Chairman Turkey Fatih Diniz
Manager Turkey Yusuf Şimşek
League TFF 1. League
2013-14 TFF 1. League, 8th

Karşıyaka is a Turkish sports club located in Karşıyaka, Izmir. Club's football team is currently plays in the Turkish First League. The "SK" refers to the "sports club", as this club has 8 other sports branches on-going basketball, volleyball, handball, tennis, swimming, sailing, billiards and bowling. The team was founded on November 1, 1912 in Karşıyaka. Karşıyaka merged with Bornovaspor and was renamed as Yamanlarspor between 1937 and 1944.

Karşıyaka have a fierce rivalry with Göztepe; the two İzmir teams are collectively known as the Izmir Derby. Other rivalries are against Bucaspor and Altay.

Karşıyaka supporters like to call the club "The 35 and a half", to differentiate themselves from Izmir that license plate number is 35.

Current squad[edit]

As of 9 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
1 Turkey GK Recep Biler
4 Turkey DF Mehmet Çoğum
5 Turkey MF Onur Alkan
7 Turkey MF Ali Say
8 Turkey MF Servan Taştan
9 Netherlands FW Sjoerd Ars
10 Nigeria FW Chico Ofoedu
11 Turkey FW Can Erdem
13 Turkey MF Cafercan Aksu
14 Turkey MF Erdi Kasapoğlu
20 Turkey MF Caner Ağca
22 Turkey FW Emircan Avcı
23 Turkey DF Cenk Özbey
25 Turkey DF Rıdvan Şimşek
No. Position Player
26 Turkey MF Mustafa Sevgi
27 Turkey DF Mehmet Yiğit
29 Turkey DF Cenk Güvenç (on loan from Rizespor)
35 Czech Republic GK David Bičík
38 Turkey MF Burak Karaduman
41 Turkey DF Berkan Emir
48 Turkey DF Onur Kıntaş
60 Turkey GK Yiğit Gülay
64 Turkey FW Ali Kemal Özkan
66 Turkey DF Uğur Daşdemir
72 Turkey MF Ahmet Arı
77 Turkey MF Hüseyin Atalay (on loan from Antalyaspor)
99 Turkey FW Gökhan Aydaş
Netherlands MF Okan Sahingöz

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