|Full name||Pendik Spor Kulubü|
|Ground||Pendik Stadium, Pendik, Istanbul|
|League||TFF Second League|
|2018–19||TFF Second League, Red, 7th|
Pendik SK is a Turkish sports club based in Pendik, Istanbul. The football team is widely famous for their amazing victory over Fenerbahçe, in the 3rd round of Turkish Cup (then Turkey Cup) in 2000. This match finished 2–1 but Pendik SK were relegated from the Second League in the same year.
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