Florya Metin Oktay Facilities

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Florya Metin Oktay Facilities
Florya Metin Oktay.jpg
Galatasaray SK's training complex
Address Metin Oktay Tesisleri,
Florya, İstanbul
Coordinates 40°58′30″N 28°47′58″E / 40.97500°N 28.79944°E / 40.97500; 28.79944
Owner Galatasaray SK
Type Football, Basketball, Volleyball Training Complex and academy
Genre(s) Galatasaray SK
Built 1981
Construction cost $80m
Galatasaray SK

Florya Metin Oktay Facilities (Turkish: Florya Metin Oktay Tesisleri), is the training ground and academy base of the Turkish football club Galatasaray SK. The Florya training camp land was brought during the presidency of Suphi Batur, built and opened during Professor Ali Uras presidency and was expanded and improved during both Ali Tanriyar and Alp Yalman presidencies. It was opened on August 1, 1981. Located in Florya, Istanbul and named after the club's legendary goalscorer Metin Oktay, the sports complex covers an area of 110,224 m2 (1,186,440 sq ft). It is used for first team and youth team training and matches, as well as by many of the other sports teams at the club, including those for basketball and volleyball, who use the facilities such as the multi-sports pavilion as often as possible. Now that this facility is fully operational, all the youth teams train there.


  • 4 grass pitches,
  • 1 multisport pavilion,
  • 1 camping building,
  • 1 service building (including team catering areas),
  • Gymnasiums,
  • Press areas,
  • Galatasaray Hospital,
  • 2 basketball and volleyball training pavilions,
  • Football Academy Building,
  • Volleyball training pavilion,
  • Restaurants,
  • Administrative center building.[1]



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