BAKspor

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BAKspor
Full nameBaşkent Akademi Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s)Sincan Kaplanları
(Sincan Tigers)
Founded1984
GroundOstim Stadium, Ankara
Capacity4,271
ChairmanAbdulkadir Dişçi
Managervacant
League TFF Second League
2018–19 TFF Second League, Red, 12th
Website Club website

BAKspor, full name Başkent Akademi Spor Kulübü, is a Turkish sports club located in Sincan, the outer borough of Ankara. The football team currently plays in the TFF Second League.

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History

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The team was established as Egospor in the year 1984. The name was changed to Bugsaş S.K. in 2005. In 2012 Polatlı Bugsaşspor became the new name, lasting one season before changing to Bugsaşspor. In December 2018, the club changes its name to BAKspor. [1]

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