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Full nameFethiye Spor Kulübü
GroundFethiye İlçe Stadium,
Fethiye, Muğla
Capacity8,372 [1]
Chairmanİsmail Öztürk
ManagerMesut Toros
League TFF Third League
2018–19 TFF Second League, Red, 16th (relegated)
Website Club website

Fethiyespor is a Turkish sports club based in Fethiye, Muğla.


Fethiye Sehir Stadium Fethiye Sehir Stadium.jpg
Fethiye Şehir Stadium

Fethiyespor were promoted to the Turkish Second Division in the 2005/6 season. In the 2011/2 football season Fethiyespor reached the end of season promotion play-off games but lost their final match.

Fethiyespor were promoted to TFF League One after play-off games which concluded on 31 May 2013.

On 4 December 2013, Fethiyespor recorded perhaps the best result in their history when they knocked Fenerbahçe out of the Turkish Cup at Fenerbahçe's Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium. Fenerbahçe were at the time were comfortable leaders of the Süper Lig. Onur Okan’s header in the 77th minute, followed by a powerful shot from the same player six minutes later, was enough to shock the hosts with a 1–2 scoreline.

League participations

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

1 Flag of Turkey.svg GK Taylan Aydogan
4 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Sabri Turgut
5 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Onur Bilgen
6 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Ömer Coban
7 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Hüseyin Öztürk
9 Flag of Turkey.svg FW Ahmet Güven
10 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Sinan Turan
14 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Mizgin Demir
15 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Enes Eser
16 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Mert Estik
20 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Serkan Dogan
23 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Cenk Özbey
25 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Selcuk Calisir
27 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Tunay Acar
29 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg GK Davud Karimi
32 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Ahmet Topal
34 Flag of Turkey.svg FW Haluk Zeybek
41 Flag of Turkey.svg FW Emre Okur
54 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Batuhan Salman
57 Flag of Turkey.svg MF Serkan Şahin
58 Flag of Turkey.svg DF Ugur Bulut
61 Flag of the Netherlands.svg DF Emre Bilgin
99 Flag of Turkey.svg GK Zekeriya Topayan

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