Çaykur Rizespor

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Çaykur Rizespor
Caykur Rizespor logo.svg
Full nameÇaykur Rize Gençlik ve Spor Kulübü Derneği[1]
Nickname(s)Karadeniz Atmacası
(The Black Sea Sparrowhawk)
Short nameRizespor
Founded19 May 1953; 69 years ago (1953-05-19)
GroundYeni Rize Şehir Stadium
Capacity15,558
OwnerÇaykur
Chairmanİbrahim Turgut
ManagerBülent Korkmaz
LeagueTFF First League
2021–22Süper Lig, 17th of 20 (relegated)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Çaykur Rizespor Kulübü is a Turkish professional football club based in Rize. The club play in the TFF First League. The club was founded on May 19, 1953, with green-yellow as club colours, but later changed to blue-green. Since 1990, the team has been sponsored by the Turkish tea company Çaykur, hence the name and the image of a tea leaf on the club's logo. The club plays its home games in Yeni Rize Şehir Stadium.[2]

History[edit]

A committee of five people—Yakup Temizel, Atıf Taviloğlu, İsmet Bilsel, Yaşar Tümbekçioğlu and Muharrem Kürkçü—founded the club on 19 May 1953 at the 34th anniversary year of the start of Independence War.[3] The intention was to enhance the physical and cultural talents of the youth as well as to contribute to the developments of Rize.[3] Domestic cultivation of lemon citruses and oranges labeled the club colour to be yellow and being Rize's symbol, tea gardens, represented the colour green. One of the founding members, Yaşar Dömlekçioğlu was chosen the first president of the club.[3] During the amateur league years through 1953 to 1968, local-born players such as Ahmet Durmuş, Kenan Tiryaki, Mustafa Erol, İrfan Akaslan, Mahmut Salih Yavuz, Salih Kazancı, Ahmet Kemal Yavuz, Hamil Kazancı, Mustafa Veziroğlu, Yılmaz Özkan, Yılmaz Balta, Ahmet Fenci, Ekif Fence, Oktay Arayıcı, Abdullah Kıtır, Mustafa Kazdal, Abdullah Şeker and Ömer Çakır played for Rizespor.[3]

With the regulation changes in 1968, the club formed a professional club structure by the association of two clubs, "Rize Güneşspor" and "Fenergençlik".[3] The club started from the third division with the colours blue and green. At the end of a competitive season, as a result of a fight inside the game the club got punished with a forfeit as well as a deduction of 2 points which bereaved Rizespor from promotion that season. The punishment was the first time in the Turkish football history. In the coming period, the club did not get relegated and in 1978–1979, Rizespor won the title and qualified to play in the Turkish Süper Lig for the first time in the club history.[3]

Stadium[edit]

The club hosts their home games at Yeni Rize Şehir Stadium since 2009–10 season.[4] The opening game of the stadium was held on 12 August 2009, when Çaykur Rizespor hosted Fenerbahçe for an exhibition game.[4]

Honours[edit]

  • TFF First League:
    • Winner (3): 1978–79 (Group White), 1984–85 (Group A), 2017–18 TFF First League
    • Runners-up (2): 2002–2003, 2012–2013
    • Play-off winners (1): 1999–2000
  • TFF Third League:
    • Winner (1): 1993–1994 (Group 2)
    • Runners-up (2): 1973–1974 (Group Red)

League participation[edit]

1979–81, 1985–89, 2000–02, 2003–08, 2013–17, 2018–22
1974–79, 1981–85, 1989–93, 1994–00, 2002–03, 2008–13, 2017–18, 2022–
1968–74, 1993–94

European history[edit]

UEFA Intertoto Cup

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2001 2R North Macedonia FK Pobeda 0–2 1–2 1–4

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Turkey TUR Tarık Çetin
4 DF Turkey TUR Koray Altınay
5 DF Turkey TUR Selim Ay
6 DF Turkey TUR Eren Albayrak
7 FW Democratic Republic of the Congo COD Yannick Bolasie
8 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH Srđan Grahovac
9 FW Curaçao CUW Anthony van den Hurk
10 FW Turkey TUR Sefa Yılmaz
11 MF Brazil BRA Ronaldo Mendes
13 FW Turkey TUR Kubilay Kanatsızkuş
16 DF Turkey TUR Seyfettin Anıl Yaşar
17 FW Turkey TUR Benhur Keser
19 FW Turkey TUR Deniz Hümmet
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 MF Turkey TUR Alper Potuk
21 DF Turkey TUR Bahadır Öztürk (on loan from Antalyaspor)
22 DF Turkey TUR Kerem Kalafat (on loan from Beşiktaş)
26 MF Uganda UGA Farouk Miya
30 GK Turkey TUR Zafer Görgen
34 MF Turkey TUR Efe Tecimer
35 DF Turkey TUR Alberk Koç
53 DF Turkey TUR Emir Han Topçu
54 MF Turkey TUR Mithat Pala
55 DF Turkey TUR Ercan Coşkun
67 MF Albania ALB Enriko Papa
70 FW Turkey TUR Emircan Altıntaş (on loan from Alanyaspor)
77 DF Turkey TUR Gökhan Gönül (captain)

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK Turkey TUR Gökhan Akkan (at Ankaragücü)
DF Turkey TUR Burak Albayrak (at Kırklarelispor)
DF Turkey TUR Aziz Aksoy (at Yeni Mersin İdmanyurdu)
MF South Africa RSA Lebogang Phiri (at Paris FC)
FW Turkey TUR Celal Emir Dede (at Sivas Belediyespor)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Turkey TUR Eren Karadağ (at Düzcespor)
FW Turkey TUR Uğur Can Semizoğlu (at Kırıkkale Büyük Anadoluspor)
FW Turkey TUR Mahsun Çapkan (at Batman Petrolspor)
FW Turkey TUR Güvenç Usta (at Pazarspor)
FW Turkey TUR Özgür Kutlu (at Pazarspor)

Coaching history[edit]

 
Tenure Nationality Name
1968–69 Turkey Şenol Birol
1969–70 Turkey Ahmet Şamlıoğlu
1970–72 Turkey Minacettin Barut
1972–74 Turkey Gazanfer Olcayto
1974–75 Turkey Turgut Kafkas
1975–76 Turkey Suat Mamat
1976–77 Turkey Tekin Yolaç
1977 Turkey İlhan Uralgil
1977–78 Turkey Erdoğan Gürhan
1978–79 Turkey Gürsel Aksel
1979–80 Turkey Zeynel Soyuer
1980–81 Turkey Cevdet Soyluoğlu
1981 Turkey Halil Güngördü
1981–82 Turkey Turgut Kafkas
1982–83 Turkey Tezcan Uzcan
1983–84 Turkey Suphi Varol
1984–85 Turkey Cesarettin Alptekin
1985–86 Turkey Enver Katip
1986–87 Turkey Nedim Günar
1987–88 Turkey Fethi Demican
1988 Turkey Davut Şahin
1988–89 Germany Adolf Remy
1989–90 Turkey Cesarettin Alptekin
1990–92 Turkey Enver Katip
1992–93 Turkey Numan Zafer Kanburoğlu
1993–95 Turkey Giray Bulak
1995–96 Turkey Kadir Özcan
1996 Turkey Ömer Kaner
1996–97 Turkey Ali Kemal Denizci
1997–98 Turkey Yaşar Elmas
1998–99 Turkey Celal Kıbrızlı
1999 Turkey Hikmet Karaman
1999–00 Turkey Cem Pamiroğlu
1 Mar 2000 – 30 Jun 2000 Turkey Rasim Kara
1 Jul 2000 – 30 Jun 2002 Slovakia Karol Pecze
16 Aug 2002 – 10 Feb 2003 Turkey Fuat Yaman
 
Tenure Nationality Name
19 Feb 2003 – 6 Feb 2004 Turkey Hikmet Karaman
7 Feb 2004 – 24 Apr 2004 Turkey Yılmaz Vural
3 Aug 2004 – 28 Jan 2005 Turkey Rıza Çalımbay
4 Feb 2005 – 29 May 2005 Turkey Erdoğan Arıca
3 Jun 2005 – 4 Oct 2005 Turkey Metin Yıldız
7 Oct 2005 – 11 Dec 2005 Turkey Sakıp Özberk
12 Dec 2005 – 11 Sep 2006 Turkey Güvenç Kurtar
16 Sep 2006 – 18 Dec 2006 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić
26 Dec 2006 – 19 Jun 2007 Turkey Rıza Çalımbay
20 Jun 2007 – 20 Aug 2007 Turkey Samet Aybaba
30 Aug 2007 – 31 Jan 2008 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić
1 Feb 2008 – 28 Apr 2008 Turkey Erdoğan Arıca
2 Jun 2008 – 26 Dec 2008 Turkey Metin Diyadin
5 Jan 2009 – 7 Feb 2009 Turkey Suat Kaya
12 Feb 2009 – 11 Jun 2009 Turkey Raşit Çetiner
29 Jun 2009 – 29 Nov 2009 Turkey Oktay Çevik
3 Dec 2009 – 1 Feb 2010 Turkey Mehmet Şansal
2 Feb 2010 – 24 May 2011 Turkey Ümit Kayıhan
31 May 2011 – 12 Feb 2012 Turkey Hüseyin Kalpar
17 Feb 2012 – 10 Jun 2012 Turkey Giray Bulak
16 Jun 2012 – 9 Dec 2012 Turkey Engin Korukır
21 Dec 2012 – 24 May 2013 Turkey Mustafa Denizli
31 May 2013 – 9 Feb 2014 Turkey Rıza Çalımbay
14 Feb 2014 – 17 May 2014 Turkey Uğur Tütüneker
20 Jun 2014 – 7 Dec 2014 Turkey Mehmet Özdilek
14 Dec 2014 – 5 Oct 2017 Turkey Hikmet Karaman
6 Oct 2017 – 21 Sep 2018 Turkey İbrahim Üzülmez
24 Sep 2018 – 29 May 2019 Turkey Okan Buruk
6 Jun 2019 – 29 Feb 2020 Turkey İsmail Kartal
3 Mar 2020 – 14 Jul 2020 Turkey Ünal Karaman
7 Aug 2020 – 19 Jan 2021 Croatia Stjepan Tomas
25 Jan 2021 – 4 Mar 2021 Romania Marius Șumudică
7 Mar 2021 – 22 Sep 2021 Turkey Bülent Uygun
24 Sep 2021 – 19 Feb 2022 Turkey Hamza Hamzaoğlu
20 Feb 2022 – Turkey Bülent Korkmaz

Presidential history[edit]

As of 4 November 2021[5]
 
Tenure Nationality Name
21.04.1968–03.04.1973 Turkey Bahattin Coşkun
03.04.1973–07.06.1975 Turkey Reşat Uçak
07.06.1975–02.06.1978 Turkey Mustafa Zeki Rakıcıoğlu
02.06.1978–03.07.1978 Turkey Köksal Mataracı
03.07.1978–30.06.1980 Turkey Nuri Akbulut
30.06.1980–23.06.1981 Turkey Paşa Ali Alaman
23.06.1981–02.08.1981 Turkey Nuri Akbulut
02.08.1981–31.12.1983 Turkey Ali Rıza Feyiz
01.01.1984–31.12.1984 Turkey Hasan Kemal Yardımcı
01.01.1985–31.12.1985 Turkey Fehmi Ekşi
01.01.1986–31.12.1986 Turkey Servet Takış
01.01.1987–05.06.1988 Turkey Mehmet Turgut Yılmaz
05.06.1988–07.01.1989 Turkey Şadan Tuzcu
07.01.1989–02.07.1989 Turkey Şeref Keçeli
02.07.1989–10.01.1990 Turkey Ahmet Akyıldız
10.01.1990–21.05.1990 Turkey Muharrem Kürkçü
21.05.1990–23.06.1990 Turkey Hamit Oral
23.06.1990–30.03.1991 Turkey Hasan Basri Çillioğlu
30.03.1991–19.01.1992 Turkey Nejat Ural
 
Tenure Nationality Name
29.01.1992–14.04.1992 Turkey Süreyya Turgut
19.04.1992–30.03.1995 Turkey Tuncer Ergüven
01.04.1995–05.05.1995 Turkey Ruşen Kukul
06.05.1995–04.11.1995 Turkey Tuncer Ergüven
04.11.1995–12.01.1996 Turkey İsmail Topçu
13.01.1996–10.03.1996 Turkey Ali Baba Çillioğlu
10.03.1996–26.04.1996 Turkey Cemal Aydoğdu
26.04.1996–07.06.1997 Turkey Mehmet Cengiz
07.06.1997–20.06.1998 Turkey Mehmet Hikmet Aslankaya
20.06.1998–14.06.2002 Turkey Mehmet Cengiz
14.06.2002–08.07.2007 Turkey Ekrem Cengiz
08.07.2007–11.01.2009 Turkey Abdülkadir Çakır
11.01.2009–17.01.2010 Turkey Halim Mete
17.01.2010–08.08.2017 Turkey Metin Kalkavan
08.08.2017–24.09.2018 Turkey Hasan Kemal Yardımcı
24.09.2018–03.06.2021 Turkey Hasan Kartal
03.06.2021–20.06.2022 Turkey Tahir Kıran
20.06.2022– Turkey İbrahim Turgut

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tüzük". Caykurrizespor.org.tr. Çaykur Rize Gençlik ve Spor Kulübü Derneği. Retrieved 26 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Çaykur Didi Stadyumu". Çaykur Rizespor Official Website. Retrieved 9 August 2022.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Tarihçe" [History] (in Turkish). Çaykur Rizespor. Archived from the original on 3 November 2021. Retrieved 25 June 2021.
  4. ^ a b "Çaykur Didi Stadyumu" [Çaykur Didi Stadiun] (in Turkish). Çaykur Rizespor. Archived from the original on 3 November 2021. Retrieved 3 November 2021.
  5. ^ "Başkanlarımız" [Our Presidents] (in Turkish). Çaykur Rizespor. Archived from the original on 4 November 2021. Retrieved 4 November 2021.

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