Dardanel Spor A.Ş.

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Dardanel S.A.Ş.
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Full name Çanakkale Dardanel Spor S.A.Ş.
Founded 1966
Ground 18 Mart Stadium, Çanakkale
Ground Capacity 15,000; 12,500 seated
Chairman Osman Niyazi Önen
Manager Tamer Tuna
League TFF Third League 2nd Group,
2011–12 TFF Third League 3rd Group, 12th

Dardanel SAŞ is a sports club located in Çanakkale, Turkey. The team is named after the popular tuna fish brand which is located in Çanakkale.[citation needed] Dardanelspor plays in the TFF Second League.

History[edit]

Çanakkale Dardanel SAŞ was founded as Çanakkalespor after merging Boğazspor, Türkgücü and Kalespor, which were amateur clubs of Çanakkale. The club's name was changed to Çanakkale Dardanelspor in 1991. When created in 1966, the football club began playing in the 3rd league in Turkey. This league is known as the TFFF 2. League today. Ten years after its founding, they were relegated to the amateur league in Turkey. After spending five years in the amateur league, they found themselves in the TFF First League, but only for one year in 1982–83 season. They were relegated to the amateur league once more. After spending just one more year in the amateur league, they were promoted to the third league in 1984, and would find themselves being yo-yoed between the third and second league until they reached the top flight of Turkish football in 1996. In 1999, they were relegated to the second league, and to third level in 2006 . They returned second level after defeating Tarsus İdman Yurdu as 5–0 at extra-play-off final in 2008–2009 season. However they suffered from squad narrowness at First League at next season and were relegated to Second League after a 3–0 loss to Altay at home match. In 2010–11 season they finished last of 2nd League Red Group and relegated to Third League, fourth level of Turkish League. This was their second consecutive relegation.

They have produced a healthy amount of footballers who have gone on to play for a top flight club in Turkey. These players include Okan Koç, Tamer Tuna, Mehmet Yılmaz, Tolga Seyhan, Gökhan Zan, Mehmet Çoğum, Hasan Kabze, Erman Özgür, Mehmet Topal, Fevzi Elmas and Selçuk İnan.

Attendances[edit]

Current Squad 2011–12[edit]

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 Baris Baskan
12 Turkey GK Volkan Tercan
99 Turkey GK Hasan Ali Ersol
2 Turkey DF Alican Özaltun
3 Turkey DF Turgay Alver
4 Turkey DF Berent Yerdak
5 Turkey DF Bedirhan Adanur
13 Turkey DF Oguzhan Yazici
14 Turkey DF Bora Riza Kalyon
15 Turkey DF Erhan Karayer
18 Turkey DF Volkan Findikli
19 Turkey DF Yavuz Özsevim
20 Turkey DF Serkan Kilic
6 Turkey MF Ilimdar Bicen
17 Turkey MF Abuzer Gaffar Toplu
16 Turkey MF Safa Serbest
22 Turkey MF Ilker Sayan
No. Position Player
27 Turkey MF Recep Pehlivan
87 Turkey MF Murat Akcay
8 Turkey MF Kerem Orucoglu
92 Turkey MF Mehmet Ali Kiran
33 Turkey MF Mehmet Deliorman
90 Turkey MF Ugur Parlak
11 Turkey MF Emrah Bayram
10 Turkey MF Sefer Sever
65 Turkey MF Ardahan Gündogdu
45 Turkey MF Dervis Hüseyin Güner
77 Turkey FW Derman Cansizlar
87 Turkey FW Faik Uslu
9 Turkey FW Ugur Dalmis
88 Turkey FW Serkan Turhan
93 Turkey FW Deniz Kacan
39 Turkey FW Halit Ramazan Aydin
42 Turkey FW Bahtiyar Balikci
97 Turkey FW Hüseyin Colak

Notable players[edit]

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