Denizlispor

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Denizlispor
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Full name Denizlispor Kulübü
Nickname(s) Horozlar (Roosters)
Founded 26 May 1966; 52 years ago (1966-05-26)
Ground Atatürk Stadium
Denizli, Turkey
Ground Capacity 15,500
Chairman Süleyman Urkay
Manager Reha Erginer
League TFF First League
2017–18 TFF First League, 15th

Denizlispor is a sports club based in Denizli, Turkey. It is known by its distinct green and black colors. The club's branches include football, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, and gymnastics. The Denizlispor football squad, which was founded in 1966, is the largest and most popular of the club’s teams. The team plays its home matches at the Denizli Atatürk Stadium, which has a seating capacity of up to 19,500 fans.[citation needed]

Denizlispor finished fifth in the 2001–02 Süper Lig, which qualified them for the UEFA Cup. In the 2002–03 UEFA Cup, the team defeated FC Lorient, Sparta Prague, and Olympique Lyonnais, before losing in the fourth round to FC Porto, who won the tournament.

History[edit]

Denizlispor Kulübü was founded on May 26, 1966 as a merger of two smaller youth sports clubs, Çelik Yeşilspor Gençlik and Pamukkale Gençlik. They joined to form what is now Denizlispor, which was at the time a little-known sports & youth club in the Çaybaşı district of Denizli city. This union was then registered with Turkish football's governing body, the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) under the name of Denizlispor Youth Club. The new football team joined Turkish football's 2nd division for the upcoming season on July 14, 1966. Turkish Football Federation. Denizlispor's the best success was 5th twice in 2001–2002 and 2003–2004 seasons. Denizlispor's form declined after 2004–2005 season and struggled avoiding from relegation. Denizlispor 1–1 drew with Fenerbahçe and gave championship to Galatasaray S.K., Fenerbahçe's archrival at last week in 2005–2006 season. Denizlispor remained in Super League despite 3–0 loss to Ankaragücü at away match on May 24, 2009, due to has an advantage against Konyaspor on dual average in 2008–2009 season. Denizlispor was relegated to Bank Asya First League at next season after goalless draw with Ankaragücü at home match on April 24, 2010.

Other branches[edit]

The club has football, basketball, table tennis, chess, figure skating and gymnastic teams. The club's most famous branch is football team.

Emblem[edit]

Denizli SK's classic home kit

The Denizlispor emblem was designed by Yakup Ünel, a founding member of the team. The emblem is based around the rooster which is identified with the province of Denizli. The team's colours come from the colours of a type of rooster with green and black feathers unique to Denizli region.

Sponsorships[edit]

Stadium[edit]

Denizlispor play their home matches in Denizli Atatürk Stadium. The stadium holds 15,427 people and was built in 1950. Denizlispor's first league match played against Eskişehirspor in 1983. The stadium does not have wire nets.[1]

League participations[edit]

European Cups[edit]

UEFA Cup/Europa League:

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2002–03 1R France FC Lorient 2–0 1–3 3–3 (a)
2R Czech Republic Sparta Prague 2–0 0–1 2–1
3R France Lyon 0–0 1–0 1–0
4R Portugal FC Porto 2–2 1–6 3–8

Intertoto Cup:

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2001 1R Bosnia and Herzegovina NK Čelik 3–5 0–1 3–6

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Europe Manager
1999/00 SL 8 34 13 8 13 55 57 47 3rd Round Ersun Yanal
2000/01 SL 11 34 12 9 13 53 56 45 Round of 16 Yılmaz Vural / Tevfik Lav
2001/02 SL 5 34 12 12 10 65 52 48 Semi-Final IC 1st round Rıza Çalımbay
2002/03 SL 10 34 10 10 14 37 42 40 Round of 16 UC 4th round Rıza Çalımbay / Giray Bulak
2003/04 SL 5 34 17 4 13 52 43 55 Quarter-Final Giray Bulak
2004/05 SL 6 34 13 10 11 46 45 49 Semi-Final Giray Bulak
2005/06 SL 15 34 9 10 15 41 50 37 Semi-Final Nurullah Sağlam
2006/07 SL 14 34 9 14 11 33 40 41 2nd Round Güvenç Kurtar
2007/08 SL 7 34 13 6 15 48 48 45 Group Stage Güvenç Kurtar
2008/09 SL 15 34 11 5 18 39 52 38 Quarter-Final Ali Yalçın / Ümit Kayıhan / Mesut Bakkal
2009/10 SL 17 34 6 8 20 30 49 26 Quarter-Final Erhan Altın / Nurullah Sağlam / Hakan Kutlu
2010/11 1L 9 32 11 11 10 40 31 44 Group stage Hamza Hamzaoğlu / Serhat Güller
2011/12 1L 10 34 11 12 11 51 46 45 2nd Round Güvenç Kurtar / Osman Özköylü

Last updated: 15 January 2013
Div. = Division; SL = Turkish Super League; 1L = TFF First League; Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points
UCL = UEFA Champions League; UCWC = UEFA Cup Winners' Cup; UC = UEFA Cup; Cup = Turkey Cup. Colors: Gold = winner; Silver = runner-up.

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 February 2018[2][3]

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 Hüseyin Altıntaş
3 Turkey DF Batıcan Aday
4 Turkey DF Taha Can Velioğlu
5 Turkey DF Ömer Kulga
6 Turkey MF Veli Acar
7 Turkey MF Ziya Alkurt
8 Turkey MF Cihan Özkaymak
Turkey FW Burak Calik
Poland GK Adam Stachowiak
15 Turkey FW Atakan Üner
17 Turkey FW Mehmet Akyüz
21 Turkey DF Canberk Aydın (on loan from Kayserispor)
22 Turkey DF Burak Altiparmak
23 Azerbaijan MF Ilter Tashkin
25 Serbia DF Darko Lazić (on loan from Alanyaspor)
No. Position Player
28 Turkey MF Hasan Kılıç (on loan from Osmanlıspor)
29 Turkey DF Cenk Güvenç
34 Turkey DF Alperen Babacan
35 Turkey MF İsmail Haktan Odabaşı
37 Morocco MF Ismaïl Aissati
39 Turkey DF Kerem Akyüz
41 Turkey MF Alperen Yazıcı
Cameroon MF Marc Kibong Mbamba
45 Turkey GK Asil Güler
52 Turkey MF Barış Örücü
61 Turkey GK Zeki Ayvaz
71 Turkey DF Emre Sağlık
97 Turkey MF Şefik Erel
Turkey DF Abdülkerim Bardakcı (on loan from Konyaspor)
Turkey FW Seddar Karaman (on loan from Konyaspor)

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 FW Tarık Ergut (At Silivrispor until 30 June 2018)
20 Turkey MF Şevki Çınar (At Kastamonuspor until 30 June 2018)

Coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Denizli Atatürk Stadyumu". denizlispor.org. Archived from the original on 27 October 2010. Retrieved 7 November 2008. 
  2. ^ "DENİZLİSPOR - Club Details TFF". www.tff.org. Retrieved 5 April 2018. 
  3. ^ "Denizlispor". Mackolik.com. Retrieved 5 April 2018. 
  4. ^ 23 April 1970, Milliyet, page 10
  5. ^ 10 April 1971, Milliyet, page 8

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