|Full name||Mete Adanır|
|Date of birth||14 November 1961|
|Place of birth||Limassol, Cyprus|
|Date of death||20 January 1989(aged 27)|
|Place of death||Havza, Turkey|
|–1979||Doğan Türk Birliği|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Mete Adanır (14 November 1961 – 20 January 1989) was a football forward who played for clubs in England and Turkey.
Born in Limassol, Cyprus, Adanır began playing youth football for local side Doğan Türk Birliği. He moved to England in September 1979 to pursue higher education. While studying, he joined Leyton Orient F.C.'s youth side. Six months later, he signed with the senior side and began playing with the reserves. However, the club was unable to get clearance from the Cyprus football association and cancelled his registration.
Still living in England, Adanır played in an Arab youth tournament where he was scouted by Turkish Süper Lig club Altay S.K.. He joined Altay at the beginning of the 1981-82 season, and would spend four seasons with the club, three of them in the first division.
The Samsunspor team bus was involved in a traffic accident in Havza on the way to a match in Malatya on 20 January 1989, killing the team coach, five players and the bus driver instantly. Adanır was one of the players who died.