Nazilli Belediyespor

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Nazilli Belediyespor
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Full nameNazilli Belediye Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s)Naz Naz
Founded1984
Ground Nazilli İlçe Stadium, Nazilli
Capacity4,500
ChairmanSoner Yelkovan
ManagerKadir Kar
League TFF Second League
2020–21 TFF Third League, Group 2, 1st
Website Club website

Nazilli Belediyespor is the local football team for city of Nazilli in Turkey. They are currently playing in the TFF Second League.

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History

Nazilli Belediyespor founded in 1984. At the beginning, the club's kit colours were yellow and navy blue, but due to request of supporters in the city, colours changed as white and black. The team strolled between TFF Second and Third Leagues for years.

Rivals

The club has Aydınspor as a local rival.


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