Sakaryaspor

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Sakaryaspor
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Full nameSakaryaspor Kulübü Derneği
Nickname(s)Tatangalar (The Bulls)
Founded17 June 1965
Ground New Sakarya Stadium, Adapazarı
Capacity28,113
PresidentCumhur Genç
ManagerŞaban Yıldırım
League TFF Second League
2018–19 TFF Second League, White, 4th
Website Club website

Sakaryaspor Kulübü Derneği is a Turkish professional football club, formed in 1965 after the merger of Yıldırımspor, Idmanyurdu, Güneşspor and Ada Gençlik. The club is better known as Sakaryaspor. The football club is nicknamed the "Football Factory" by supporters. Sakaryaspor became TFF First League champions in 1980–81 and 1986–87. They accomplished this feat again at the end of the 2005–06 season. Sakaryaspor subsequently won a place in the play–off matches. After eliminating İstanbulspor in the first play–off match, Sakaryaspor went on to defeat Altay 4–1 in the finals and were promoted to the Süper Lig. They were relegated from the Süper Lig the following season. Currently the team is playing in the TFF Second League, which is the third level of Turkish football. In 1988 he won the Turkish Coppa, with Turkish football legend Hakan sukur in the squad.

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Supporters

Sakaryaspor's fans call themselves "Tatangalar", which translates to "Bulls". Sakaryaspor fans are currently participating in a citywide fundraising event in order to build a new stadium facility for the team.

League participations

Achievements

European participations

European Cup Winners' Cup :

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
1988–89 1R Flag of Hungary.svg Békéscsabai ESSC 2–00–12–1
2R Flag of Germany.svg Eintracht Frankfurt 0–31–31–6

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