Last updated
Full nameTokat Sport Club
Nickname(s)Anatolian Golden Boys, Slapsport
Ground Gaziosmanpaşa Stadium
Capacity5,762 [1]
ChairmanMustafa Şahin
League Turkish Regional Amateur League
2019–20 TFF Third League, Group 1, 17th (relegated)
Website Club website

Tokatspor is the name of a Turkish sports club in Tokat. The club was founded in 1969 and they play at the Gaziosmanpaşa Stadium, which has a capacity of 5,762. Their most notable accomplishment was a Turkish Football Cup stay group stage in 2008–09 season. Their greatest success were finishing 4th Second League Group C in 1980–81 season.


The team competed in the TFF Third League for the 2007–2008 season and promoted to TFF. 2 League. They will play in TFF Second League  Promotion Group in 2008–2009 season second session.


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  1. "Turkish Football Federation Information Pages" . Retrieved 2009-04-22.