|Full name||Etimesgut Belediyespor|
|Ground||Etimesgut Belediye Kemal Atatürk Stadı, Etimesgut / Ankara|
|League||TFF Second League|
|2018–19||TFF Second League, Red, 6th|
Etimesgut Belediyespor is a Turkish professional football club located in Ankara. The team currently competes in the TFF Second League.
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Currently the team plays at the 5,000-seat capacity Etimesgut Belediye Kemal Atatürk Stadı.
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