Football records and statistics in Turkey

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Contents

Turkish Football Championship (1924–1951)

Records and statistics in this section refer to the former Turkish Football Championship that was held from 1924 to 1951. [1]

Titles

Fenerbahçe
Harp Okulu

Appearances

Beşiktaş (1924, 1934, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946, 1950, 1951)

Finals

Fenerbahçe (1933, 1935)
Altınordu (1927, 1932, 1935)
İzmirspor 0–8 Fenerbahçe (1933)
Fenerbahçe (1933, 1935, 1940)

Scorelines

18, Eskişehir Tayyare İdman Yurdu 17–1 Kütahya Türkspor (1932, Group stage)
15, Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu 14–1 Giresun Hilâl Spor (1927, Preliminary round)
15, Altınordu 14–1 Antalya İlk Işık (1927, Quarter finals)
12, Balıkesir 12–0 Kütahya Gençlerbirliği (1927, Quarter finals)
12, Fenerbahçe 12–0 Adapazarı İdman Yurdu (1933, Group stage)
12, Harp Okulu 10–2 Trabzon Lisesi (1942, Final group)
12, Harp Okulu 11–1 Mersin İdman Yurdu (1944, Final group)

Unbeaten champions

Only the period from 1942 to 1951 is considered, as the Turkish championship was held as a knockout tournament before the 1942 edition. The following teams won the Turkish championship in a so called final group, which was a national play-off of the top regional leagues: [3]

National Division (1937–1950)

Records and statistics in this section refer to the former National Division (Turkish : Millî Küme) that was held from 1937 to 1950. [1]

Club records

Titles

  • Most titles: 6 [1]
Fenerbahçe
  • Most consecutive titles: 2 [1]
Fenerbahçe (1945, 1946)

Individual records

All-time top scorers

RankPlayerGoals [4] App.Club(s)
1 Hakkı Yeten 95118 Beşiktaş
2 Melih Kotanca 8386 Güneş, Fenerbahçe
3 Şeref Görkey 75107 Beşiktaş
4 Naci Bastoncu 56117 Fenerbahçe
5 Said Altınordu 4667 Altınordu
Selahattin Almay 4661 Güneş, Galatasaray
7 Gündüz Kılıç 3562 Galatasaray, Ankara Demirspor
8 Kemal Gülçelik 3438 Beşiktaş
9 Şükrü Gülesin 3364 Ankaragücü, Beşiktaş
10 Süleyman Tekil 3247 Galatasaray, İstanbulspor

All-time most appearances

RankPlayerApp. [4] Club(s)
1 Cihat Arman 122 Fenerbahçe
2 Hakkı Yeten 118 Beşiktaş
3 Naci Bastoncu 117 Fenerbahçe
4 Hüseyin Saygun 110 Beşiktaş, Vefa
5 Şeref Görkey 107 Beşiktaş
6 Mehmet Ali Tanman 97 Beşiktaş
7 Faruk Barlas 96 Güneş, Galatasaray
8 Ömer Boncuk 90 Güneş, Fenerbahçe
9 Melih Kotanca 86 Güneş, Fenerbahçe
10 Ahmet Erol 78 Muhafızgücü, Gençlerbirliği, Fenerbahçe

Süper Lig

Records in this section refer to Süper Lig from its introduction in 1959 through to the present.

Club records

Titles

  • Most titles: [5]
22, Galatasaray
  • Most consecutive titles: [5]
    • 4, Galatasaray (1997–2000)
    • 3, Galatasaray (1971–1973)
    • 3, Trabzonspor (1979–1981)
    • 3, Beşiktaş (1990–1992)
    • 2, Beşiktaş (1957–1958; 1966–1967; 2016–2017)
    • 2, Galatasaray (1962–1963; 1987–1988; 1993–1994; 2012–2013; 2018–2019)
    • 2, Fenerbahçe (1964–1965; 1974–1975; 2004–2005)

Most points per season

  • 16 Matches (2 points per win)
28, Fenerbahçe (1959)
  • 38 Matches (2 points per win)
65, Beşiktaş (1959–60)
  • 42 Matches (2 points per win)
68, Beşiktaş (1962–63)
  • 30 Matches (2 points per win)
48, Beşiktaş (1965–66)
  • 32 Matches (2 points per win)n
49, Fenerbahçe (1967–68)
  • 34 Matches (2 points per win)
50, Trabzonspor (1983–84)
50, Fenerbahçe (1984–85)
50, Beşiktaş (1984–85)
  • 36 Matches (2 points per win)
56, Beşiktaş (1985–86)
56, Galatasaray (1985–86)
  • 38 Matches (3 points per win)
90, Galatasaray (1987–88)
  • 36 Matches (3 points per win)
93, Fenerbahçe (1988–89)
  • 30 Matches (3 points per win)
76, Beşiktaş (1991–92)
  • 34 Matches (3 points per win)
85, Beşiktaş (2002–03)
  • 40 Matches (3 points per win)
86, Galatasaray (2011–12)

Top flight appearances

  • Most appearances: [6] 62, joint record
Beşiktaş (1959–present)
Fenerbahçe (1959–present)
Galatasaray (1959–present)

Rounds completed in leading position

  • Most rounds: [7]
556, Galatasaray
556, Fenerbahçe
412, Beşiktaş
208, Trabzonspor

As of 27 July 2020

Representation

  • Most participants from a city:
In the 1962–63 season, Istanbul had 11 entrants in the top-flight: Beşiktaş, Beykoz, Beyoğlu, Fenerbahçe, Feriköy, Galatasaray, İstanbulspor, Karagümrük, Kasımpaşa, Vefa, and Yeşildirek.

Wins [6]

  • Most wins in a season, joint record
29, Beşiktaş 1959–60 (38 matches)
29, Fenerbahçe 1988–89 (36 matches)
  • Most consecutive wins
13 Beşiktaş (10th week 1959–60 to 22nd week 1959–60)
  • Most consecutive home wins
25, Galatasaray (34th week 2000–01 to 16th week 2002–03)
  • Most consecutive away wins
12 Fenerbahçe (18th week 2010–11 to 6th week 2011–12)
  • Fewest wins in a season, joint record
2, Diyarbakırspor, 1981–82 (32 matches)
2, Konyaspor, 1992–93 (30 matches)
2, Zeytinburnu, 1996–97 (34 matches)
2, Adanaspor, 2000–01 (34 matches)
2, Ankaragücü, 2011–12 (34 matches)

Draws [6]

  • Most draws in a season
18, Ankaragücü, 1982–83 (34 matches)
  • Fewest draws in a season, joint record
2, Fenerbahçe, 1991–92 (30 matches)
2, Eskişehirspor, 1995–96 (34 matches)
2, Fenerbahçe, 2004–05 (34 matches)

Losses [6]

  • Most losses in a season
28, Kardemir Karabükspor, 2017–18 (34 matches)
  • Fewest defeats in a season, joint record
0, Galatasaray, 1985–86 (36 matches)
0, Beşiktaş, 1991–92 (30 matches)

Goals

  • Most goals scored in a season
105, Galatasaray, 1962–63 (42 matches)
103, Fenerbahçe, 1988–89 (36 matches)
  • Fewest goals scored in a season, joint record
6, İstanbulspor, 1959 (14 matches)
  • Most goals conceded in a season
91, Adanaspor, 2000–01 (34 matches)
  • Fewest goals conceded in a season
6, Fenerbahçe, 1969–70 (30 matches)
  • Best goal difference in a season
+76, Fenerbahçe, 1988–89 (36 matches)
+70, Galatasaray, 1962–63 (42 matches)
  • Worst goal difference in a season
-66, Kardemir Karabükspor, 2017–18 (34 matches)
  • Most consecutive games scoring
39, Galatasaray, (9 August 1997 – 21 November 1998) [8] [9]

Scorelines

  • Most goals scored in a single game
12, Fenerbahçe 8–4 Gaziantepspor, 1991–92
  • Biggest home win
Beşiktaş 10–0 Adana Demirspor, 1989–90
  • Biggest away win
Ankaragücü 0–8 Galatasaray, 1992–93

Unbeaten

  • Longest unbeaten run
48, Beşiktaş, 26th week 1990–91 to 13th week 1992–93
  • Longest home unbeaten run
90, Trabzonspor 10th week 1975–76 to 8th week 1981–82
  • Longest away unbeaten run
40, Galatasaray, 19th week 1997–98 to 31st week 1999–2000

Attendance

Individual records

Youngest players [10]

RankPlayerAgeClubDateOpponent
1 Flag of Turkey.svg Çetin Öten [11] 14 years, 223 days Şekerspor 19 November 1972 [12] Eskişehirspor
2 Flag of Turkey.svg Caner Bozkurt [13] 14 years, 365 days Adanaspor 18 April 2004 [14] Çaykur Rizespor
3 Flag of Turkey.svg Muhammet Yılmaz [15] 15 years, 33 days Zonguldakspor 12 October 1986 [16] Eskişehirspor
4 Flag of Turkey.svg Fehmi Koç [17] 15 years, 118 days Antalyaspor 24 December 2018 [18] Fenerbahçe
5 Flag of Turkey.svg Gürhan Gürsoy [19] 15 years, 194 days Adanaspor 6 April 2003 [20] Fenerbahçe
6 Flag of Turkey.svg Emre Demir [21] 15 years, 214 days Kayserispor 17 August 2019 [22] Alanyaspor
7 Flag of Turkey.svg Mevlüt Han Ekelik [23] 15 years, 221 days Antalyaspor 24 July 2020 [24] Galatasaray
8 Flag of Turkey.svg Ender Konca [25] 15 years, 229 days Kasımpaşa 8 June 1963 [26] Gençlerbirliği
8 Flag of Turkey.svg Mehmet Kaplan [27] 15 years, 229 days Sarıyer 13 September 1987 [28] Zonguldakspor
9 Flag of Turkey.svg Umut Salgınoğlu [29] 15 years, 276 days Adanaspor 4 October 2003 [30] Gençlerbirliği
10 Flag of Turkey.svg İbrahim Halil Keser [31] 15 years, 319 days Gaziantepspor 17 May 2013 [32] Mersin İdman Yurdu

All-time most appearances

RankPlayerApps [33] Years
1 Umut Bulut 5151999–2011, 2012–
2 Oğuz Çetin 5031981–2000
3 Rıza Çalımbay 4941980–1996
4 Hakan Şükür 4891987–2000, 2003–2008
5 Hami Mandıralı 4761984–1998, 1999–2003
6 Kemal Yıldırım 4751976–1995
7 Mehmet Nas 4471997–2014
8 Recep Çetin 4371984–2001
9 Müjdat Yetkiner 4291979–1995
10 Bülent Korkmaz 4281988–2005

As of 15 May 2021. (Bold denotes players still playing in the league).

Goals

  • Youngest goalscorer [34]
RankPlayerAgeClubDateOpponent
1 Flag of Turkey.svg Emre Demir [21] 15 years, 298 days Kayserispor 09 November 2019 [35] Gençlerbirliği
2 Flag of Turkey.svg Enes Ünal [36] 16 years, 107 days Bursaspor 25 August 2013 [37] Galatasaray
3 Flag of Turkey.svg Batuhan Karadeniz [38] 16 years, 123 days Beşiktaş JK 25 August 2007 [39] Gaziantepspor
4 Flag of Turkey.svg Serkan Bakan [40] 16 years, 152 days Gaziantepspor 02 June 2017 [41] Antalyaspor

All-time top scorers

Goalkeepers

  • Longest consecutive run without conceding a goal: 12 games (1,112 minutes), Şenol Güneş [42]

Most championships by manager

NameTitlesWinning years
Flag of Turkey.svg Fatih Terim 81997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019
Flag of Turkey.svg Ahmet Suat Özyazıcı 41976, 1977, 1980, 1984
Flag of England.svg Gordon Milne 31990, 1991, 1992
Flag of Turkey.svg Mustafa Denizli 31988, 2001, 2009
Flag of Germany.svg Christoph Daum 31995, 2004, 2005
Flag of Turkey.svg Gündüz Kılıç 21962, 1963
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Ljubiša Spajić 21966, 1967
Flag of Hungary.svg Ignác Molnár 21959, 1968
Flag of England.svg Brian Birch 21972, 1973
Flag of Brazil.svg Didi 21974, 1975
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Tomislav Kaloperović 21969, 1978
Flag of Turkey.svg Özkan Sümer 21979, 1981
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Branko Stanković 21983, 1986
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Todor Veselinović 21985, 1989
Flag of Romania.svg Mircea Lucescu 22002, 2003
Flag of Turkey.svg Şenol Güneş 22016, 2017
Flag of Hungary.svg József Mészáros 11957
Flag of Italy.svg Leandro Remondini 11958
Flag of Hungary.svg András Kuttik 11960
Flag of Hungary.svg László Székely 11961
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Miroslav Kokotović 11964
Flag of England.svg Oscar Hold 11965
Flag of Romania.svg Traian Ionescu 11970
Flag of Turkey.svg Coşkun Özarı 11971
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Đorđe Milić 11982
Flag of Germany.svg Jupp Derwall 11987
Flag of Germany.svg Karl-Heinz Feldkamp 11993
Flag of Germany.svg Reiner Hollmann 11994
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Alberto Parreira 11996
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eric Gerets 12006
Flag of Brazil.svg Zico 12007
Flag of Turkey.svg Cevat Güler 12008
Flag of Turkey.svg Ertuğrul Sağlam 12010
Flag of Turkey.svg Aykut Kocaman 12011
Flag of Turkey.svg Ersun Yanal 12014
Flag of Turkey.svg Hamza Hamzaoğlu 12015
Flag of Turkey.svg Okan Buruk 12020
Flag of Turkey.svg Sergen Yalçın 12021

Most championships by player

(at least 5 titles)

TitlesNameWinning yearsClub(s)
8 Flag of Turkey.svg Bülent Korkmaz 1988, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Suat Kaya 1987, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Hakan Şükür 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2006, 2008all with Galatasaray
7 Flag of Turkey.svg Arif Erdem 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Okan Buruk 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2008all with Galatasaray
6 Flag of Turkey.svg Uğur Köken 1962, 1963, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Şenol Güneş 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984all with Trabzonspor
Flag of Turkey.svg Necati Özçağlayan 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984all with Trabzonspor
Flag of Turkey.svg Güngör Şahinkaya 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984all with Trabzonspor
Flag of Turkey.svg Turgay Semercioğlu 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984all with Trabzonspor
Flag of Turkey.svg Rıza Çalımbay 1982, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Tugay Kerimoğlu 1988, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Ergün Penbe 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Emre Belözoğlu 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2011, 2014Galatasaray (4), Fenerbahçe (2)
Flag of Turkey.svg Sabri Sarıoğlu 2002, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015all with Galatasaray
5 Flag of Turkey.svg Serdar Bali 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982Trabzonspor (4), Beşiktaş (1)
Flag of Turkey.svg Kadir Akbulut 1982, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Ali Gültiken 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Gökhan Keskin 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Metin Tekin 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Ulvi Güveneroğlu 1986, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995all with Beşiktaş
Flag of Turkey.svg Hayrettin Demirbaş 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1997all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Hakan Ünsal 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Sergen Yalçın 1992, 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003Beşiktaş (3), Galatasaray (2)
Flag of Turkey.svg Hasan Şaş 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2008all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Rüştü Reçber 1996, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2009Fenerbahçe (4), Beşiktaş (1)
Flag of Turkey.svg Volkan Demirel 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2014all with Fenerbahçe
Flag of Turkey.svg Selçuk Şahin 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2014all with Fenerbahçe
Flag of Turkey.svg Hakan Balta 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018all with Galatasaray
Flag of Turkey.svg Selçuk İnan 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019all with Galatasaray
Flag of Uruguay.svg Fernando Muslera 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019all with Galatasaray

Turkish Cup

Club records

Finals

  • Most wins: 18
Galatasaray (1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1973, 1976, 1982, 1985, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019)
  • Most consecutive titles: 4
Galatasaray (1963, 1964, 1965, 1966)
  • Most consecutive appearances: 4
Galatasaray (1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 - winning all)
Trabzonspor (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 - winning two)
Galatasaray (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 - winning two)
  • Most appearances: 23
Galatasaray (1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1973, 1976, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019)
  • Biggest win:
Gençlerbirliği 5–0 Eskişehirspor (1987)
  • Most goals in a final: 8
Antalyaspor 3–5 Galatasaray (2000)
  • Most goals by a losing side: 3
Antalyaspor 3–5 Galatasaray (2000)
  • Most defeats in a final: 11
Fenerbahçe (1963, 1965, 1989, 1996, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2016, 2018)

Scorelines

  • Biggest home win
14–2, İskenderun Demir Çelikspor vs Fidan Gençlik, Round 2, 1980–81
  • Biggest away win
1–10, Uşak Belediyespor vs Denizli Belediyespor, Round 2, 2012–13

Unbeaten

  • Longest unbeaten run: 26
Galatasaray, 1962–63 to 1/4 Finals 2nd leg 1966–67 vs Altay

Individual records

Players

  • Most Turkish Cup wins: joint record
6, Bülent Korkmaz: 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2005 (all with Galatasaray)
6, Hakan Şükür: 1988 (Sakaryaspor), 1993, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2005 (Galatasaray)

Managers

  • Most Turkish Cup wins: joint record
3, Gündüz Kılıç, 1963, 1965, 1966 (all with Galatasaray)
3, Ahmet Suat Özyazıcı, 1977, 1978, 1984 (all with Trabzonspor)
3, Aykut Kocaman, 2012, 2013 (Fenerbahçe), 2017 (Konyaspor)
3, Fatih Terim, 1999, 2000, 2019 (all with Galatasaray)

TFF Super Cup

Club records

Galatasaray (1966, 1969, 1972, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019)
Galatasaray (1966, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019)
Trabzonspor (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980)
Beşiktaş (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995)
Galatasaray 3–0 Ankaragücü (1972)
Beşiktaş 3–0 Fenerbahçe (1974)
Trabzonspor 3–0 Altay (1980)
Galatasaray 3–0 Fenerbahçe (1996)
Trabzonspor 3–0 Bursaspor (2010)

Individual records

Managers

Players

The double

Four teams have won the Double of the Süper Lig and the Turkish Cup.

ClubNumberSeasons
Galatasaray
7
1962–63, 1972–73, 1992–93, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2014–15, 2018–19
Fenerbahçe
3
1967–68, 1973–74, 1982–83
Beşiktaş
3
1989–90, 2008–09, 2020–21
Trabzonspor
2
1976–77, 1983–84

Most successful clubs overall

Key

Turkish domestic championships organised by the TFF
Süper Lig, former Turkish Football Championship (1924–1951), Turkish National Division (1937–1950) [43]
Club Turkish Cup Super Cup Prime Minister's Cup 1 Atatürk Cup Domestic titles UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa League UEFA Super Cup UEFA Intertoto Cup Overall titles
Galatasaray 231816--57-11-59
Fenerbahçe 28693147----47
Beşiktaş 211082142----42
Trabzonspor 699--24----24
Gençlerbirliği 22---4----4
Ankaragücü 121--4----4
Göztepe 121--4----4
Harp Okulu 3----3----3
Bursaspor 11---2----2
Altay -2---2----2
Kocaelispor -2---2----2
Eskişehirspor -11--2----2
Konyaspor -11--2----2
Akhisar BGSK -11--2----2
Kayserispor -1---1---12
Güneş 1----1----1
Muhafızgücü 1----1----1
İstanbulspor 1----1----1
Eskişehir Demirspor 1----1----1
Ankara Demirspor 1----1----1
Başakşehir 1----1----1
Sakaryaspor -1---1----1

Most successful managers overall (1959–present)

Manager Süper Lig Turkish Cup Turkish Super Cup UEFA Europa League UEFA Super Cup Total
Flag of Turkey.svg Fatih Terim 8351017
Flag of Turkey.svg Ahmet Suat Özyazıcı 4350012
Flag of Turkey.svg Mustafa Denizli 322007
Flag of England.svg Gordon Milne 322007
Flag of Turkey.svg Gündüz Kılıç 231006
Flag of Germany.svg Christoph Daum 312006
Flag of Turkey.svg Şenol Güneş 222006
Flag of Brazil.svg Didi 212005
Flag of Turkey.svg Özkan Sümer 212005
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Branko Stanković 212005
Flag of England.svg Brian Birch 211004
Flag of Turkey.svg Aykut Kocaman 130004
Flag of Hungary.svg Ignác Molnár 211004
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Tomislav Kaloperović 211004
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Ljubiša Spajić 201003
Flag of Turkey.svg Adnan Suvari 021003
Flag of Romania.svg Mircea Lucescu 200013
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Todor Veselinović 201003
Flag of Germany.svg Jupp Derwall 111003
Flag of France.svg Jean Tigana 021003
Flag of Turkey.svg Hamza Hamzaoğlu 111003
Flag of Turkey.svg Coşkun Özarı 110002
Flag of Turkey.svg Necdet Niş 020002
Flag of Germany.svg Karl-Heinz Feldkamp 110002
Flag of Turkey.svg Samet Aybaba 020002
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Abdulah Gegić 011002
Flag of Turkey.svg Metin Türel 011002
Flag of Germany.svg Reiner Hollmann 101002
Flag of Turkey.svg Yılmaz Gökdel 011002
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg John Toshack 011002
Flag of Brazil.svg Zico 101002
Flag of Turkey.svg Okan Buruk 110002
Flag of Turkey.svg Sergen Yalçın 110002
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jan Olde Riekerink 011002
Flag of Hungary.svg András Kuttik 100001
Flag of Hungary.svg László Székely 100001
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Miroslav Kokotović 100001
Flag of England.svg Oscar Hold 100001
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Djordje Milić 100001
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Alberto Parreira 100001
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eric Gerets 100001
Flag of Turkey.svg Cevat Güler 100001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ertuğrul Sağlam 100001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ersun Yanal 100001
Flag of Turkey.svg Halil Bıçakçı 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ziya Taner 010001
Flag of Germany.svg Horst Buhtz 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Fethi Demircan 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ayfer Elmastaşoğlu 010001
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Urbain Braems 010001
Flag of Scotland.svg Graeme Souness 010001
Flag of Germany.svg Holger Osieck 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Hikmet Karaman 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ziya Doğan 010001
Flag of Romania.svg Gheorghe Hagi 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Tolunay Kafkas 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg Tayfur Havutçu 010001
Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Mancini 010001
Flag of England.svg Eddie Newton 010001
Flag of Turkey.svg İsmail Kartal 001001
Flag of Turkey.svg Ömer Kaner 001001
Flag of Germany.svg Michael Skibbe 001001
Flag of Turkey.svg Mustafa Reşit Akçay 001001
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Safet Sušić 001001

Süper Lig all-time table (1959–present)

The overall performances of 73 participant football clubs since the establishment of Süper Lig in 1959 are as follows: [44] [45] [46] In this ranking 3 points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw, and 0 for a loss, although the Süper Lig awarded 2 points for a win until the 1987–88 season.

As of 13 September 2021
Pos.TeamNumber
of
Seasons
Last
Season
PointsPoints
per
Match
PldWDLGFGADif.1st2nd3rd4th
1 Fenerbahçe 64 2021–22 41121,96920881188548352369118271864192275
2 Galatasaray 64 2021–22 40721,950208811815293783680183118492210163
3 Beşiktaş 64 2021–22 39701,903208611355653863431178116501514139
4 Trabzonspor 48 2021–22 27891,7671578785434359245215389146988
5 İst. Başakşehir 14 2021–22 7181,5684582001181406565401161212
6 Hatayspor 2 2021–22 681,54544191114715615
7 Sivasspor 16 2021–22 7341,395526196146184723720312
8 Gaziantep 3 2021–22 1081,385782727241121066
9 Alanyaspor 6 2021–22 2471,37218070377326825810
10 Eskişehirspor 30 2015–16 13141,344978334312332111011019322
11 Bursaspor 50 2018–19 21891,332164457247359919651998-33112
12 Sarıyer 13 1996–97 5791,32843614813515355355123
13 Gaziantepspor 31 2016–17 13631,326102836626539712481383-13524
14 Malatyaspor 11 2005–06 5041,313384134102148507544-371
15 Gençlerbirliği 48 2020–21 20711,286161053247560320262141-1152
16 Kocaelispor 20 2008–09 8591,274674225184265858934-761
17 Kayserispor 17 2021–22 7051,273554185150219684762-78
18 Göztepe 30 2021–22 11471,2529162872863439961104-10813
19 Altay 42 2021–22 16581,247133041541350214231616-19322
20 İstanbulspor 23 2004–05 9401,243756237229290855945-901
21 Boluspor 20 1991–92 7911,240638192215231637709-7211
22 Ankaragücü 52 2020–21 20941,232170053449267419462270-3244
23 Samsunspor 30 2011–12 12111,22898631925441310931305-21221
24 Karagümrük 8 2021–22 2771,226226716491278291-13
25 Zonguldakspor 14 1987–88 5531,218454135148171425484-5911
26 Antalyaspor 26 2021–22 10461,21386227223036010201255-235
27 Konyaspor 21 2021–22 8251,213680210195275802972-1701
28 Akhisar Belediyespor 7 2018–19 2871,206238746599286340-54
29 Feriköy 9 1967–68 3501,1992928886118257310-53
30 Ankara Demirspor 13 1970–71 5011,199418116153149447509-62
31 İzmirspor 10 1968–69 3891,19332693110123313386-731
32 Yeni Malatyaspor 5 2021–22 1731,185146444161182203-21
33 Beykozspor 8 1965–66 3101,174264729498262314-521
34 Çaykur Rizespor 21 2021–22 8101,1716922141683107801009-229
35 Bakırköyspor 3 1992–93 1051,16790282141131135-4
36 Aydınspor 3 1992–93 1051,16790262737105140-35
37 Adanaspor 22 2016–17 8191,163704202213289771949-17813
38 Kasımpaşa 18 2021–22 7051,160608179168261728915-187
39 Orduspor 11 2012–13 4081,159352102102148303420-1171
40 Denizlispor 21 2020–21 8431,1587282171923198751057-182
41 Mersin İdmanyurdu 15 2015–16 5421,148472136134202445556-1111
42 Sakaryaspor 11 2006–07 4311,13438011489177452586-134
43 Karşıyaka 16 1995–96 5971,131528152141235533748-215
44 Vefa 14 1973–74 4731,121422110143169364514-150
45 Yozgatspor 2 2001–02 761,11868191930101113-12
46 Ankaraspor 9 2017–18 3391,1083068487135348460-112
47 Türk Telekom 12 1972–73 4131,10437493134147340445-105
48 Keçiörengücü 8 1967–68 2771,0992526776109241334-93
49 Manisaspor 6 2012–13 2231,093204584997242306-64
50 Adana Demirspor 18 2021–22 5971,078554146159249516780-264
51 Giresunspor 7 2021–22 1981,076184475780156215-59
52 Çanakkale Dardanelspor 3 1998–99 1091,069102282549107154-47
53 Karabükspor 10 2016–17 3561,0603369668172361570-209
54 Altınordu 10 1969–70 3381,0503228098144296433-137
55 Beyoğluspor 2 1963–64 561,037541317244972-23
56 BB Erzurumspor 2 2020–21 751,0147418213580111-31
57 Kayseri Erciyesspor 13 2014–15 4291,012424100129195423644-221
58 Elazığspor 4 2013–14 1361,000136353170146246-100
59 Şekerspor 10 1997–98 3190,99732073100147309483-174
60 Diyarbakırspor 11 2009–10 3570,9863629184187323554-231
61 Erzurumspor 3 2000–01 980,961102252354116205-89
62 Balıkesirspor 2 2014–15 610,9536415163366108-42
63 Yeşildirek 2 1962–63 550,948581316295194-43
64 Hacettepe 2 2008–09 620,912681517365499-45
65 Vanspor 5 1999–00 1530,900170383993165298-133
66 Akçaabat Sebatspor 2 2004–05 610,8976814193585131-46
67 Zeytinburnuspor 5 1996–97 1450,895162363789159290-131
68 Adalet 2 1959–60 450,865521015273869-31
69 Petrolofisi 1 1994–95 290,8533485213873-35
70 Kırıkkalespor 1 1978–79 230,7673058172164-43
71 Bucaspor 1 2010–11 260,7653468203765-28
72 Siirtspor 1 2000–01 240,7063466224781-34
73 Kahramanmaraşspor 1 1988–89 230,63936411212271-49
Total18358131795179131794568145681064626161
  Clubs currently play in the top division.

Overall league positions (1959–2017)

The overall list of league positions of 69 participant football clubs since the establishment of Süper Lig in 1959 are as follows: [44] In the 1959 season no matches were played for classification of league positions. Only the final matches between group winners Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray are considered. Also in the 1962-63 season there was no classification for the relegated clubs. Therefore, when calculating average position clubs with no rank are not counted.

As of 8 Jun 2017
Pos.TeamNumber
of
Seasons
Last
Season
1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th9th10th11th12th13th14th15th16th17th18th19th20thNo
Rank
Ave.
Pos.
1 Fenerbahçe 592016-1719227541112,47
2 Galatasaray 592016-1721101634211112,85
3 Beşiktaş 592016-171314118532213,27
4 Trabzonspor 432016-1768874422114,09
5 İstanbul Başakşehir 92016-1712111218,00
6 Eskişehirspor 302015-1632233242222128,57
7 Bursaspor 482016-1711259145712421218,83
8 Sarıyer 131996-97311122129,23
9 Gençlerbirliği 452016-17245145105142119,47
10 Altay 412002-0322355332341321219,49
11 Kayserispor 122016-17411111219,50
12 Gaziantepspor 312016-172422323342229,58
13 Sivasspor 112015-16111121319,73
14 Göztepe 252002-0313331113411219,80
15 Ankaragücü 492010-1142634415283321110,02
16 Akhisar Bld. 52016-171111110,20
17 Zonguldakspor 141987-88111213121110,29
18 İstanbulspor 232004-05123113112241110,32
19 Bakırköyspor 31992-9311110,33
Aydınspor 31992-9311110,33
21 Kocaelispor 202008-091212222111111210,35
22 Malatyaspor 112005-0611111122110,45
23 Konyaspor 162016-1712322212110,50
24 Osmanlıspor 82016-17111211110,63
25 Samsunspor 302011-1221212413311341110,63
26 Boluspor 201991-9211131111351110,70
27 Adanaspor 222016-17131212222112210,86
28 Ankara Demirspor 131970-711151211111,00
Giresunspor 61976-771112111,00
Feriköy 91967-68121211111,00
31 Denizlispor 192009-102131111141311,53
32 Mersin İdman Yurdu 152015-1611312131211,53
33 İzmirspor 101968-691111212111,56
34 Türk Telekomspor 121972-73321112211,58
35 Kasımpaşa 132016-1721111221211,69
36 Orduspor 112012-13111211111112,00
= Alanyaspor 12016-17112,00
38 Sakaryaspor 112006-07121221212,18
39 Antalyaspor 212016-17112212211313112,19
40 Adana Demirspor 171994-9511321311111112,24
41 Karabükspor 92016-171211111112,33
42 Beykozspor 81965-6611113112,43
43 Karşıyaka 161995-96111121112211112,47
44 Yozgatspor 22001-021112,50
45 Vefa 141973-7411212311212,67
46 Karagümrük 61983-841111212,75
47 Keçiörengücü 81967-6821121113,00
48 Çaykur Rizespor 172016-1712133231113,35
49 Manisaspor 62012-131211113,50
50 Diyarbakırspor 112009-1011211211113,91
51 Zeytinburnuspor 51996-971111114,20
52 Kayseri Erciyesspor 132014-151221132114,31
53 Çanakkale Dardanelspor 31998-9911114,33
54 Altınordu 101969-70121221114,40
55 Hacettepe 22008-091114,50
56 Erzurumspor 32000-0111114,67
57 Elazığspor 42013-1421115,00
Vanspor 51999-00111215,00
59 Şekerspor 101997-9811511115,33
60 A. Sebatspor 22004-051115,50
61 Kırıkkalespor 11978-79116,00
Bucaspor 12010-11116,00
Siirtspor 12000-01116,00
64 Yeşildirek 21962-631117,00
Balıkesirspor 22014-151117,00
Petrolofisi 11994-95117,00
67 Beyoğluspor 21963-641117,50
68 Adalet 21959-601118,00
Kahramanmaraşspor 11988-89118,00
  Clubs play in Süper Lig 2017-18 season.

Attendances

Attendance Records
RankAttendanceStadiumDateGameInformation
179,414 [47] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 31 July 2002 GalatasarayOlympiacos Highest attendance in Turkey
276,127 [48] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 22 September 2013 BeşiktaşGalatasaray Highest Süper Lig and Beşiktaş–Galatasaray rivalry attendance
372,059 [49] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 25 May 2005 AC MilanFC Liverpool
471,334 [50] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 21 September 2003 GalatasarayFenerbahçe Highest Intercontinental Derby attendance
571,230 [51] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 12 September 2006 GalatasarayFC Girondins de Bordeaux
668,034 İzmir Atatürk Stadium 31 October 1976 TurkeyMalta Highest Turkish National Team attendance
767,696 İzmir Atatürk Stadium 16 May 1981 KarşıyakaGöztepe Highest 2nd division attendance
866,701 İzmir Atatürk Stadium 21 January 1973 GalatasarayFenerbahçe
866,300 [52] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 13 August 2003 GalatasarayCSKA Moscow
963,324 [53] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 26 February 2015 BeşiktaşFC Liverpool
1062,620 [54] Atatürk Olympic Stadium 9 August 2003 GalatasarayDiyarbakırspor

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