Abdullah Kiğılı

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Abdullah Kiğılı
Born (1943-01-01) 1 January 1943 (age 73)
Malatya, Turkey
Residence Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality Turkey Turkey
Alma mater Istanbul High School
Occupation Businessman
Known for Kiğılı CEO
Fenerbahçe Vice-President
Home town Kiğı, Bingöl, Turkey

Abdullah Kiğılı (born 1943 in Malatya)[1] is a Turkish businessman. He originates from Kiğı, Bingöl and his family name Kiğılı means "person from Kiğı".[2]

Kiğılı is owner of the Kiğılı company, one of the leading clothing brands in Turkey, founded in 1965. He is a graduate of Istanbul High School.

He serves as the vice-president of Fenerbahçe SK since 22 May 2009 and also been board member between 14 June 1998-20 February 2000.[3]

He was elected President of the Turkish Football Federation, serving between 9 September and 23 October 1997.[4]

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
Özkan Olcay
President of the Turkish Football Federation
9 September 1997 – 23 October 1997
Succeeded by
Haluk Ulusoy