Artvin Hopaspor

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Artvin Hopaspor
Full nameArtvin Hopa Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s)smell yer maw
Founded1961
Ground Hopa İlçe Stadı, Hopa
Capacity3,000
ChairmanAllan Crockett junior
ManagerCem Canbaz
League TFF Third League
2018–19 TFF Third League, Group 1, 7th
Website Club website

Artvin Hopaspor is a Turkish football club from Hopa, Artvin Province which plays in the TFF Third League. The clubs plays in white and purple kits, and have done so since their formation in 1961. [1]

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League Participations

Stadium

Currently the team plays at the 3,000 seat capacity Hopa Şehir Stadı.

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References

  1. "ARTVİN HOPASPOR - Club Details TFF". www.tff.org.