Balıkesirspor

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Balıkesirspor Kulübü
Balikesirspor logo.png
Full name Balikesirspor Kulübü Derneği[1]
Nickname(s) Balkes, Balkesler
Founded 6 June 1966
Ground Balıkesir Atatürk Stadı
Balıkesir, Turkey
Ground Capacity 15.800 [2]
Chairman Feyyaz Çiftçi[3]
Manager Reha Erginer
League TFF First League
2015–16 1st League, 6th
Current season

Balıkesirspor is a multisports club from Balıkesir, Turkey. Established in 1966, the football team played in the Süper Lig after achieving promotion having finished as runners-up of the TFF First League in 2013–14.[4] The team's previous promotion was 40 years before that.[5] Their stadium, the all-seater Balıkesir Atatürk Stadı, has a capacity of 15,800.[6]

Players[edit]

As of 22 January 2017 [7]

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

No. Position Player
1 Croatia GK Andrija Vuković
5 Turkey MF Eray Ataseven
6 Turkey MF Muhammed Ali Doğan
7 Turkey MF Mehmet Boztepe
8 Turkey MF Nizamettin Çalışkan
12 Turkey DF Okan Alkan
15 Turkey DF Oğuz Yılmaz
19 Turkey GK Atilla Özmen
20 Turkey MF Saban Tükenmez
23 Turkey DF Cüneyt Köz
No. Position Player
24 Turkey FW Burak Çalık
25 Turkey DF Doğa İşeri
44 Croatia DF Tomislav Glumac
61 Turkey DF Bülent Cevahir
66 Turkey MF Çağatay Vatan
70 Turkey DF İbrahim İçuz
80 Central African Republic MF Foxi Kéthévoama
87 Turkey MF İshak Çakmak
97 Turkey MF Akçan Deniz Sayar
98 Turkey GK Asil Kaan Eryılmaz
99 Turkey FW Abdulkadir Özgen

Managers[edit]

Competitions[edit]

Honours[edit]

Balıkesirspor
Medal record
Football
Representing Balıkesirspor
Turkish Leagues
Gold medal – first place Turkish 2nd League 1974–75
Gold medal – first place Turkish 3rd League 7th Group 1992–93
Silver medal – second place TFF 3rd League 2009–10
Gold medal – first place TFF 2nd League 2012–13
Silver medal – second place TFF 1st League 2013–14

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