Sivas Belediyespor

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Sivas Belediyespor
Full nameSivas Belediyespor
Founded1995
Ground Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Stadium, Sivas
Capacity3,200
ChairmanTurhan Tunahan
ManagerÖzer Karadaş
League TFF Second League
2018–19 TFF Second League, Red, 9th
Website Club website

Sivas Dört Eylül Belediye Spor is a Turkish professional football club located in Sivas. The team currently plays in the TFF Second League. The club was promoted to the TFF Third League after the 2009–10 season. They finally were promoted to the TFF Second League after winning the promotion play-offs in the 2014–15 season. They have also a volleyball team and played in Turkish Men's Volleyball League between 2011 [1] and 2013. [2]

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Previous names

League participations

TFF Second League

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Stadium

Currently the team plays at the 3,200-seat capacity Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Stadium. [3]

Current squad

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References

  1. http://www.tvf.org.tr/webroot/eskisite/istatistik/istatistik.php?sezon=2012&lig=1.Lig%20Erkek&eb=E
  2. http://www.tvf.org.tr/webroot/eskisite/istatistik/istatistik.php?sezon=2013&lig=1.Lig%20Erkek&eb=E
  3. "SİVAS DÖRT EYLÜL BELEDİYESPOR" (in Turkish). TFF. Retrieved 2014-12-25.