Modafen F.K.

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Modafen
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Full nameModafen Futbol Kulübü
Nickname(s)Modamen, Atlılar (The Cavalry)
Founded2011
Ground Alemdağ Stadium,
Çekmeköy, Istanbul
Capacity1,300
ChairmanFatih Kanberoğlu
ManagerSultan Ersayın
League TFF Third League
Website Club website

Modafen Futbol Kulübü is a Turkish association football club located in the Çekmeköy district of Istanbul, Turkey. They currently play in the TFF Third League.

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History

The Club was established in 2011. The club has strong ties with Modafen Schools. After the establishment of the club in 2011, they promoted three times in row. 2014–15 season they participate amateur divisions but they relegated. In 2019–20 season they managed to promote one more time which means they promoted five times, relegated once, and lost chance to promote once at play off game since they established.

The club gained professional status at the end of 2018-19 season after defeating 1877 Alemdağspor at play-offs of Regional Amateur League. [1]

Stadium

Modafen plays their home games at Alemdağ Stadium.

Crest and colours

Crest

Modafen have had two main crests. The first version was original yellow and green colours and the second one current red and black.

Colours

The original colours of Modafen was yellow and green. Modafen Schools still use these colours. But the club changed their colours to red and black.

Support

The fans are known as the "Modamen".

Rivalries

Because of having short history and playing in different levels each year, club does not have any serious rivalry.

Records

Although club has a shorter history, they managed to set some interesting records.

Modafen's biggest winning scoreline in a competitive match is 11–0, achieved against Kocamustafapaşa in 2015-16 season. Modafen's biggest loss was against Diyarbekir 6-0 in 2019-20. Other heavy defeats were a 5–1 against Leventspor and a 4–0 against Yenibosna in 2014–15 season and 4-0 against Yesilyurt in 2019-20 season

Modafen hold a 16 game clean sheet streak (where they did not permit their opponent to score). They also hold a 13 game streak of keeping a clean sheet at home.

Players

First team squad

As of 1 November 2020.

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Enes Yıldırım
3 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Hakan Özkan
4 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Gökhan Çetinus
5 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Hasan Ozan Girgin (captain)
6 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Ceyhun Yelkenci
7 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Yıldıray Koçal
8 MF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Efe Niyazi Kurtulmuş
9 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Cem Sultan
11 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Yunus Emre Kefeli
12 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Mehmet Burak Yılmaz
16 GK Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Reşat Şen
19 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Onur Demir
20 MF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Umut Uysal
No.Pos.NationPlayer
21 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Emin Kaan Arslan
22 MF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Yiğit Yılmaz
23 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Fevzi Can Bozkuş
33 GK Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Rasim Mutlu
34 MF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Erdoğan Erdoğan
60 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Koray Taslak
78 GK Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Berke Radar
81 DF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Emre Bayraktarbaşı
90 FW Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Enes Ata
98 MF Flag of Turkey.svg  TUR Mert Yamak

League participations

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