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; 66 years ago (1953-05-19)
GroundYeni Rize Şehir Stadium
Capacity15,558
OwnerÇaykur
ChairmanHasan Kartal
CoachIsmail Kartal
LeagueSüper Lig
2018–19Süper Lig, 11th
WebsiteClub website

Çaykur Rizespor Kulübü is a Turkish professional football club based in Rize. The club play in the Turkish Süper Lig, which is the top tier of football in the country. 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. The intention was to enhance the physical and cultural talents of the youth as well as to contribute to the developments of Rize.[2] 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.[2] One of the founding members, Yaşar Dömlekçioğlu was chosen the first president of the club.

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. With the regulation changes in 1968, the club formed a professional club structure by the association of two clubs, Rize Güneşspor and Fenergençlik.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.[2]

Firsts in the history of Rizespor[edit]

First transfers[edit]

Rizespor spent 367 thousand liras to transfer Mehdi Taremi and Ramin Rezaeian Alves in Persepolis Iran Salim, Rasim, Mustafa, Sabahattin (Erzincan Şekerspor), Ahmet, Atilla (Giresunspor), Hakkı, Yücel (Rizegücü), Ahmet (Petrol Ofisi Spor), Salih (Kastamonuspor), Mustafa (Samsunspor), İbrahim (Trabzonspor), Tuncay, Yüksel (Sarıyer), Şenol (Beşiktaş), Cevat, Kadir, B.Cevat, Enver, Lokman (Rize Çayspor). Rizespor paid a monthly wage of 10 thousand liras.[2]

First manager[edit]

Şenol Birol got hired as the first manager of the club. He was in manager/player status.

Facilities[edit]

Since 2008 Mehmet Cengiz Sosyal Tesisleri are the facilities of Rizespor. The facilities function as accommodation and sports centre within European standards.[3]

Competitions[edit]

1979–81, 1985–89, 2000–02, 2003–08, 2013–
1974–79, 1981–85, 1989–93, 1994–00, 2002–03, 2008–13
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]

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

No. Position Player
3 Morocco DF Mohamed Abarhoun
4 Tunisia DF Montassar Talbi
5 Turkey MF Abdullah Durak
8 Germany MF Atakan Akkaynak (on loan from Willem II)
9 Serbia FW Marko Šćepović
10 Brazil MF Fernando Boldrin
13 Turkey GK Tarık Çetin
17 Turkey FW Oğulcan Çağlayan
18 Paraguay FW Braian Samudio
19 Nigeria FW Aminu Umar
20 Ukraine MF Denys Harmash (on loan from Dynamo Kyiv)
21 Czech Republic FW Milan Škoda
22 Turkey DF Emir Han Topçu
23 Turkey GK Gökhan Akkan
24 Turkey FW Barış Alıcı (on loan from Fenerbahçe)
No. Position Player
27 Ivory Coast MF Ismaël Diomandé
28 Turkey DF Burak Albayrak
30 Turkey GK Zafer Görgen
44 Slovenia MF Amedej Vetrih
53 Croatia DF Dario Melnjak
55 Ukraine DF Mykola Morozyuk
64 Portugal DF Ivanildo Fernandes (on loan from Sporting B)
66 Turkey MF Oğuz Kağan Güçtekin (on loan from Fenerbahçe)
70 Brazil MF Yan Sasse (on loan from Coritiba)
77 Turkey DF Orhan Ovacıklı (captain)
92 Turkey DF Berkay Sandıkçı
95 Turkey GK Boğaçhan Kazmaz
96 Ukraine FW Andriy Boryachuk (on loan from Shakhtar)
97 Turkey FW Muhammet Çelik
99 Turkey FW Eren Karadağ

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. Position Player
14 Turkey DF Yusuf Acer (at BB Erzurumspor)

Managers[edit]

Presidents[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tüzük". Caykurrizespor.org.tr. Çaykur Rize Gençlik ve Spor Kulübü Derneği. Retrieved 26 February 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Tarihçe". Çaykur Rizespor Official Website. Retrieved 7 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Rizespor Facilities". caykurrizespor.org.tr. Retrieved 9 May 2015.
  4. ^ "A Takımımız" [Team A] (in Turkish). Çaykur Rizespor.

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