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Fenerbahçe S.K.
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Full name Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s) Sarı Kanaryalar (The Yellow Canaries)
Sarı-Lacivertliler (The Yellow-Navy Blues)
Fener
FB (abbreviation)
Founded May 3, 1907
Ground Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium,
Kadiköy, Istanbul, Turkey
(Capacity: 53,586[1])
Chairman Turkey Aziz Yıldırım
Manager Germany Christoph Daum
League Süper Lig
2008–09 Süper Lig, 4th
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours
Current season
Active departments of Fenerbahçe
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Athletics
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Basketball (Men's)
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Basketball (Women's)
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Boxing
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Football
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Rowing
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Sailing
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Swimming
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Table Tennis
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Volleyball (Men's)
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Volleyball (Women's)

Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü (English: Fenerbahçe Sports Club) is a professional sports club based in the district of Kadıköy or Kadıköyü Istanbul, Turkey. The name of the sports club and its sea side district derive their names from a lighthouse located in Fenerbahçe district of Kadikoy (the Turkish word fener means "lighthouse", bahçe means "garden"). Fenerbahçe is the most popular sports club of Turkey. Fenerbahçe's football team currently plays in Süper Lig. They are nicknamed The Yellow Canaries (Turkish: Sarı Kanaryalar) and play their home games at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium in Kadıköy.

Fenerbahçe is a multi-sports club and competes in football, basketball, volleyball, athletics, swimming, sailing, rowing, boxing and table tennis with limited honours won in each branch. The club is also one of the major contributors of Turkish representatives for the Olympic games.

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History

Fenerbahçe S.K. was founded on May 3, 1907 in the province of Kadıköy in Istanbul. The founders were Nurizade Ziya Bey (Ziya Songülen), Ayetullah Bey, Enver Necip Bey (Enver Necip Okaner). This group of individuals founded the club secretly in order to keep a low profile and not get into any trouble with the strict Ottoman rule. So strict in fact that the Sultan, Abdul Hamid II, forbid that the Turkish youth may not set up a club nor engage in the game of football played by the English families that was watched in envy.

Ziya Songülen was elected the first president of the club, Ayetullah Bey became the first General Secretary, and Enver Necip Okaner was given the post of the General Captain.[2] The lighthouse situated on the Fenerbahçe cape was a big influence on the design of the club's first emblem, which sported the yellow and white colors of daffodils around the lighthouse. The kits were also designed with yellow and white stripes.[2] The emblem and colors of the club were changed in 1910 when Topuz Hikmet redesigned the badge and changed the colors to yellow and navy, still seen today. Fenerbahçe's activities were kept in secrecy until a legislation reform in 1908, when, under a new law, all football clubs had to register to exist legally.[2] Fenerbahçe joined the Istanbul League in 1909, finishing fifth in their first year. The first line-up included Ziya Songülen, Ayetullah Bey, Necip Okaner, Galip Kulaksızoğlu, Hassan Sami Kocamemi, Asaf Beşpınar, Enver Yetiker, Şevkati Hulusi Bey, Fuat Hüsnü Kayacan, Hamit Hüsnü Kayacan, and Nasuhi Baydar.[3]

Fenerbahce played against the staff of the Royal Navy that occupied Istanbul during the Turkish War of Independence. Some British soldiers formed football teams that were named after the players' speciality, for example Essex Engineers, Irish Guards, Grenadiers, and Artillery. These teams played against each other and against local football teams in Istanbul. Fenerbahçe won many of these matches.[4]

The Turkish Football Federation founded a national league in 1959, which continues today under the name of the Turkcell Süper Lig. Fenerbahçe won the first tournament, beating Galatasaray S.K. 4–1 on aggregate.[5] The next year, Fenerbahçe participated in the UEFA Champions League for the first time. They qualified through a 4–3 win over Csepel SC. They lost their first round game to OGC Nice 1–5 in a playoff game after drawing on aggregate.[6] Fenerbahçe became the most successful Turkish club of the 1960s, winning five out of 10 leagues. They were also runners-up three times.[7][8] In the Balkans Cup 1966–67 (a competition set up for clubs from Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Turkey, and Yugoslavia that existed between the 1960–61 and 1993–94 seasons), Fenerbahçe won the cup after three matches against Greek club AEK Athens FC, making them the first Turkish club to win a non-domestic competition. This success would remain unparalleled by a Turkish club until Sarıyer G.K. and Samsunspor won the cup many years later in the 1990s.

The 1970s saw Fenerbahçe win four more league titles. The decade also saw the first non-Istanbul club and a club outside of Fenerbahçe, Beşiktaş J.K., and Galatasaray S.K. to win a league title. Trabzonspor went on to win four titles during the decade.[8] Fenerbahçe won three titles in the 1980s, a period where each club in the "Big Four"[9] won at least two titles[8] Galatasaray S.K. and Beşiktaş J.K. dominated the Turkish League during the 1990s, combining to win nine out of 10 times. Fenerbahçe's only Turkish League success during the 1990s came in the 1995–1996 season under Carlos Alberto Parreira.[7][8]

An early replica kit.

Fenerbahçe won the league in 2001, denying Galatasaray a fifth consecutive title. They followed up the next season with a runners-up place behind Galatasaray with new coach Werner Lorant. The next season, however, did not go so well as Fenerbahçe finished in sixth place with Ariel Ortega in the squad.[10] Despite this, that season is memorable to many Fenerbahçe fans due to a 6–0 win against arch-rivals Galatasaray in Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium on 6 November 2002.[11] After firing Werner Lorant, they hired another German coach, Christoph Daum. Daum had previously coached in Turkey, winning the league with Beşiktaş J.K. in 1994–95. Fenerbahçe brought in players including Pierre van Hooijdonk, Mehmet Aurélio, and Fabio Luciano as a rebuilding process. These new players lead Fenerbahçe to their fifteenth title and third star (one being awarded for every 5 league titles won by a club).[12] The next year was followed up by a narrow championship over Trabzonspor, winning the then record of sixteen Turkish First Football League championships.[13] Fenerbahçe lost the title in the last week of the 2005–06 season to Galatasaray. Fenerbahçe needed a win, but instead drew 1–1 with Denizlispor while Galatasaray won 3–0 over Kayserispor.

Soon after, Christoph Daum stepped down as manager,[14] and was replaced by Zico on 4 July, 2006.[15] Zico began his reign by signing two new defenders, highly-touted Uruguayan international Diego Lugano, and fellow Brazilian Edu Dracena.[16][17] Zico also signed two strikers, Serbian international Mateja Kežman, and another Brazilian, Deivid.[18] Fenerbahçe's 2006–07 domestic season started off with a 6–0 win over relegation candidates Kayseri Erciyesspor.[19] In the 32nd week of the Süper Lig, Fenerbahçe drew Trabzonspor 2–2, while Beşiktaş J.K. lost to Bursaspor 0–3, putting the former out of contention for the title.[20][21] Fenerbahçe won their seventeenth Turkish Super League title in 2007, the most in Turkey.[22]

Fenerbahçe started off their 2007–08 season by signing Brazilian international Roberto Carlos.[23] The deal saw the defender come for free after his contract was not extended by Real Madrid. Young Turkish players like Gökhan Gönül, Yasin Çakmak, İlhan Parlak, Ali Bilgin, Turkish-English attacker Colin Kazım-Richards, Turkish-Brazilian left back Gökçek Vederson joined Fenerbahçe in the beginning of the season and Chile national football team captain Claudio Maldonado joined the team in January '08 transfer window.

On 11 January 2007, Fenerbahce S.K. was officially invited to G-14.[24] G-14 is an association which consists of top clubs worldwide. Fenerbahçe S.K. is the only Turkish club that have been invited to this association. On March 2008, Fenerbahçe's record application was accepted by Guinness World Records Menagement Team, which envisages Fenerbahçe to have the most number of medal and trophy achievements on the planet with its 9 branches entirely, total of 1134 cups and medals.[25]

In the UEFA Champions League 1996–97 season Fenerbahçe completed group stages with seven points[26] and, amongst others beat Manchester United 1–0 in Old Trafford and undid the record of the English giants being unbeaten for 40 years in their homeground. However, under Zico’s command Fenerbahçe has qualified from UEFA Champions League 2007–08 groups stage for the first time of club's history and beat Sevilla FC to become a quarter-finalist in 2007–08 season. So far, Zico also is the most successful manager of team's history in the European arena.

After successful scores both in local league of Turkey and international matches, Zico gained a new nickname from Fenerbahçe fans: Kral Arthur (means "King Arthur" in Turkish). Since 2000, Fenerbahçe S.K. improved club's finances with facilities, bringing world stars to the club such as , Haim Revivo, Ariel Ortega, Serhiy Rebrov, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Alex de Souza, Stephen Appiah, Nicolas Anelka and lately Mateja Kežman, Roberto Carlos, and Dani Güiza.

Club crest and colours

First badge.
Centennial year logo
Centennial year kit

Since the club's foundation, Fenerbahçe has used the same badge, which has only undergone minor alterations.

It was designed by Topuz Hikmet (Hikmet Topuzer) who played left wing in 1910 and was made by Tevfik Haccar (Taşcı) in London. The emblem consists of five colours. The white section which includes the writing Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü 1907 represents purity and open heartedness, the red section represents love and attachment to the club and symbolises the Turkish flag. The yellow middle section symbolises admiration and envy, while the navy symbolises nobility. The oak acorn leaf which rises from the navy and yellow section shows the power of Fenerbahçe. The green colour of the leaf shows the success of Fenerbahçe is imperative.[27] Hikmet Topuzer describes the story of the emblem:

After the change of the club’s colours from yellow and white to yellow and navy, it was an issue to create an emblem with our new colours. My friends left the design of this emblem to me. Firstly, I brought together the colours of our national flag, red and white. Then drew a heart shape over the red and gave it a yellow and navy colour, adding an acorn leaf that represents resistance, power and strength. I wrote the club name and foundation date on the white section. When drawing our emblem, I tried to give this meaning: Serving the club with dependence from heart. The design was favored by my friends and our new emblem was made through the guidance of Tevfik Haccar, who was in Germany at time. After the new alphabet was approved, the design was protected, but the club name on the emblem was changed to Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü ★ 1907 ★.[27]

Stadium

Fenerbahçe play their home games at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium,[28] in the Kadıköy district of Istanbul, since 1908. Most recently renovated between 1999 and 2006, its capacity is 53,586.[1] Unsually for a Turkish football stadium there is no running track around the outside of the pitch.

The club's museum has been situated in the stadium since 2005, after having been at a variety of locations.[29]

Other facilities

Other club facilities include the social venue, the training complex, the club headquarters, the Dereağzı Metin Aşık camp facilities, the youth academy football centre, the sports hall, the Fikirtepe facilities, the college, and the swimming pool.[30]

  • The Faruk Ilgaz Social Venue, located next to the club’s headquarters, is the new venue for the club’s gatherings. It was initially opened 15 May 1969 but Aziz Yıldırım rebuilt a modern complex and re-opened it on 21 January 2004.
  • Samandıra Training Complex; the construction for this top quality training complex began in 1997 during Ali Şen’s presidency. The construction was completed in the year 2000. Serves the senior football team.
  • Youth Football Academy, located next to the Metin Aşık Camp Facilities. Built in 1999, serves the youth ranks of the football branch.
  • The Fikirtepe Facilities, located on Yumurtacı Abdi Bey Road, Kadıköy. Opened July 1, 1998, serves youth football development.
  • Vefa Küçük Swimming Pool, opened on 16 July 1999 and serves the swimming branch.

Players

Current squad

As of January 15 2010:[33] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Turkey GK Volkan Demirel
2 Uruguay DF Diego Lugano
5 Turkey MF Emre Belözoğlu
6 Turkey DF Gökçek Vederson
9 Spain FW Dani Güiza
10 Brazil MF Alex (captain)
15 Turkey DF Bekir İrtegün
16 Brazil MF Cristian
17 Turkey MF Ali Bilgin
19 Turkey DF Önder Turacı
20 Turkey MF Özer Hurmacı
21 Turkey MF Selçuk Şahin
23 Turkey FW Semih Şentürk
No. Position Player
24 Turkey MF Deniz Barış
25 Turkey MF Uğur Boral
27 Brazil DF André Santos
34 Turkey GK Fehmi Mert Günok
39 Turkey FW Gökhan Ünal
54 Turkey FW Furkan Aydın
58 Brazil DF Bilica
66 Turkey MF Mehmet Topuz
67 Turkey MF Onur Karakabak
77 Turkey DF Gökhan Gönül
88 Turkey GK Volkan Babacan
99 Brazil FW Deivid

Players out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
8 Turkey FW Kazım Kazım (to Toulouse FC until June 2010)
18 Turkey MF Abdülkadir Kayalı (to İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor until June 2010)
32 Turkey MF Gürhan Gürsoy (to Antalyaspor until June 2010)

Players with dual nationality

Retired number(s)

12Turkey Club Supporters (the 12th Man)

A2

Former players

For details on former players, see List of Fenerbahçe S.K. players, List of Fenerbahce S.K. foreign players and Category:Fenerbahçe footballers.

Club captains

Dates Name Notes
1907–1908 Ottoman Empire / Turkey Necip Okaner First captain of Fenerbahçe
1908–1924 Ottoman Empire / Turkey Galip Kulaksızoğlu
1924–1933 Turkey Zeki Rıza Sporel
1933–1942 Turkey Fikret Arıcan
1942–1951 Turkey Cihat Arman
1951–1956 Turkey Fikret Kırcan
1956–1963 Turkey Naci Erdem
1963–1968 Turkey Şeref Has
1968–1970 Turkey Can Bartu
1970–1975 Turkey Ziya Şengül
1975–1980 Turkey Cemil Turan
1980–1983 Turkey Alpaslan Eratlı
1983–1985 Turkey Cem Pamiroğlu
1985–1987 Turkey Müjdat Yetkiner
1987–1988 Turkey Şenol Çorlu
1988–1990 Germany Harald Schumacher First non-Turkish captain of Fenerbahçe
1990–1991 Turkey Şenol Çorlu
1991–1992 Turkey Rıdvan Dilmen
1992–1993 Turkey Müjdat Yetkiner
1993–1996 Turkey Oğuz Çetin
1996–2000 Turkey Rüştü Reçber
2000–2003 Turkey Ogün Temizkanoğlu
2003–2007 Turkey Ümit Özat
2007–present Brazil Alex Second non-Turkish captain of Fenerbahçe

As of 7 December 2009

Player records

Most appearances

# Name Career Appearances Goals
1 Turkey Müjdat Yetkiner 1979–1995 763 20
2 Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis 1947–1951
1953–1965
615 423
3 Turkey Şeref Has 1955–1969 605 168
4 Turkey Cem Pamiroğlu 1976–1986 508 17
5 Turkey Rüştü Reçber 1994–2003
2004–2007
447
6 Turkey Naci Erdem 1953–1963 440 47
7 Turkey Ziya Şengül 1964–1975 426 31
8 Turkey Nedim Doğan 1961–1973 416 101
9 Turkey Nedim Günar 1949–1963 416 12
10 Turkey Alpaslan Eratlı 1973–1983 414 38

As of 7 December 2008

Most goals

# Name Career Goals Appearances Goals/Game
Ratio
1 Ottoman Empire / Turkey Zeki Rıza Sporel 1916–1934 470 352 1.335
2 Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis 1947–1951
1953–1965
423 615 0.688
3 Ottoman Empire / Turkey Alattin Baydar 1916–1934 362 324 1.117
4 Turkey Naci Bastoncu 1934–1947 232 388 0.598
5 Turkey Fikret Arıcan 1927–1947 231 406 0.569
6 Turkey Melih Kotanca 1939–1948 204 185 1.103
7 Turkey Cemil Turan 1972–1980 194 366 0.53
8 Turkey Aykut Kocaman 1988–1996 188 315 0.597
9 Turkey Şeref Has 1955–1969 168 605 0.278
10 Turkey Can Bartu 1955–1961
1967–1970
162 330 0.491

As of 7 December 2008

Scorers in European competitions

Goals Player name
13 Brazil Alex
12 Turkey Tuncay Şanlı
9 Turkey Semih Şentürk
8 Turkey Cemil Turan
7 Turkey Aykut Kocaman
6 Brazil Portugal Deivid
6 Spain Daniel Güiza
5 Ghana Stephen Appiah
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina Elvir Bolić
5 Turkey Ogün Altıparmak
4 Brazil André Santos
4 Turkey Osman Arpacıoğlu
4 Serbia Mateja Kežman
4 Turkey Tümer Metin

As of 1 October 2009

Award winners

Several players have won other competitions and individual awards during or for their time with Fenerbahçe

FIFA 100

Copa America Winner

Historical players

When it was first founded in 1907, Fenerbahçe had a large squad. One of these players, Galip Kulaksızoğlu, was the longest serving player of the original squad. He spent seventeen years at the club, retiring in 1924 after 216 matches.[34] Zeki Rıza Sporel was the first product of the Fenerbahçe youth system. During his eighteen year career with the club, Zeki scored 470 goals in 352 matches, or 1.3 goals every match.[34] Zeki was also capped for the Turkey national football team sixteen times, bagging 15 goals.[35] Cihat Arman became the first in a long-line of long-serving goalkeepers at Fenerbahçe. Cihat played twelve seasons with the club, playing in 308 matches.[34]

Lefter Küçükandonyadis was one of the first Turkish football players to play in Europe. Lefter spent two seasons in Europe, playing for ACF Fiorentina and OGC Nice before returning to Fenerbahçe. In all, Lefter scored 423 goals in 615 matches for the club, helping them to two Istanbul Football League titles, and three Turkish First Football League titles.[36] Another player, Can Bartu, became the next big Turkish export to Europe. He was also the first Turkish player to play in a European competition final, doing so with ACF Fiorentina against Rangers on January 1, 1961.[37] Can also spent some seasons playing for Venezia A.C. and S.S. Lazio before returning to Fenerbahçe in 1967. He was a four-time league champion with Fenerbahçe and scored 162 goals in 330 matches.[38] - - In recent decades, Fenerbahçe have gained an influx of foreigners who have helped the club to a joint-record of seventeen league titles. Among these include Uche Okechukwu, who after 13 seasons with Fenerbahçe and İstanbulspor became the longest serving foreigner in Turkey. During Uche's career with Fenerbahçe, he won two league titles and became a fan favourite.[39] In more recent times, Fenerbahçe has been the home to Brazilian-born Mehmet Aurélio (Marco Aurélio), who in 2006, became the first naturalized Turkish citizen to play for the Turkey national football team.[40] Wederson (Gökçek Vederson), another Brazilian-born naturalized Turkish citizen, was added to the squad in the beginning of the 2007–2008 season and now plays for Fenerbahçe.[41]

Honours and achievements

Only official football achievements are shown below.

International competitions

UEFA Champions League

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup

UEFA Cup

Balkans Cup:

Domestic competitions

Total: 26 League Championship Cups

Turkish Football Championship: (record)

  • Winners (3): 1933, 1935, 1944
  • Runners-up (2): 1940, 1947

National League: (record)

  • Winners (6): 1936–37, 1939–40, 1942–43, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1949–50
  • Runners-up (2): 1943–44, 1946–47

Turkish Super League: (shared-record)

  • Winners (17): 1959, 1960-61, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1967-68, 1969-70, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1988–89, 1995–96, 2000–01, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07
  • Runners-up (16): 1959–60, 1961–62, 1966–67, 1970–71, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1979–80, 1983–84, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1997–98.
  • Third (6): 1962–63, 1971–72, 1978–79, 1981–82, 1996–97, 1998–99

Turkish Cup:

  • Winners (4): 1967–68, 1973–74, 1978–79, 1982–83
  • Runners-up (8): 1962–63, 1964–1965, 1988–89, 1995–96, 2000–01, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2008–09

Turkish Super Cup / President Cup:

  • Winners (8): 1968, 1973, 1975, 1984, 1985, 1990, 2007, 2009
  • Runners-up (7): 1970, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1989, 1996

Chancellor Cup: (record)

  • Winners (8): 1944–45, 1945–46, 1949–50, 1972–73, 1979–80, 1988–89, 1992–93, 1997–98
  • Runners-up (7): 1943–44, 1970–71, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1994–95

TSYD Cup: (shared record)

  • Winners (12): 1969–70, 1973–74, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1982–83, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1994–95, 1995–96

Istanbul Football League: (record)

  • Winners (16): 1911–12, 1913–14, 1914–15, 1920–21, 1922–23, 1929–30, 1932–33, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1943–44, 1946–47, 1947–48, 1952–53, 1956–57, 1958–59
  • Runners-up (18): 1915–16, 1917–18, 1921–22, 1925–26, 1926–27, 1928–29, 1930–31, 1933–34, 1937–38, 1938–39, 1939–40, 1940–41, 1942–43, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1949–50, 1955–56, 1957–58

Istanbul Shield: (record)

  • Winners (4): 1930, 1934, 1938, 1939

Istanbul Cup:

  • Winners (1): 1945

Atatürk Cup: (record)

  • Winners (2): 1963–1964, 1998

Spor-Toto Cup:

  • Winners (1): 1967

Fleet Cup: (record)

  • Winners (4): 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985

Records

  • First Turkish team to win a non-domestic trophy (Balkan Cup 1967)
  • Only Turkish team to win 5 cups in one season (1967–68: Turkish League, Turkish Cup, President Cup, Spor-Toto Cup, Balkans Cup)
  • Record Domestic Cup victory:
  • Record UEFA Cup victory:

Club league highs and lows

  • Most:
    • Most Total Wins: 29 (1988–89)
    • Most Total Draws: 16 (1985–86)
    • Most Total Defeats: 13 (1987–88)
    • Most Total Wins In A Row: 12 (2005–06)
    • Most Total Defeats In A Row: 3 (1966–67, 1980–81, 1992–93)
    • Most Total Goals Scored: 103 (1988–89)
    • Most Total Goals Conceded: 53 (1990–91)
 
  • Fewest:
    • Fewest Total Wins: 9 (1980–81)
    • Fewest Total Draws: 2 (1959, 1991–92, 2004–05)
    • Fewest Total Defeats: 1 (1959, 1963–64, 1988–89)
    • Fewest Total Goals Scored: 31 (1969–70, 1976–77, 1979–80)
    • Fewest Total Goals Conceded: 6 (1969–1970)

Club officials

The Board of Directors

Position Name
President Aziz Yıldırım
Deputy President, Press Spokesman Nihat Özdemir
Vice-President, Member Ali Koç
Vice-President, Member Osman Murat Özaydınlı
Vice-President, Responsible for Investment & Project Nihat Özbağı
Vice-President, Responsible for Social Organizations & Associations Mithat Yenigün
Vice-President, Responsible for Amateur Departments Mahmut Nedim Uslu
Vice-President, Responsible for Formal Association Relations Serhat Çeçen
Vice-President, Responsible for Law & Institutional Relations Şekip Mosturoğlu

Other members

  • Responsible for Stadium and Football Infrastructure: Ömer Temelli
  • Responsible for Social Organizations: Ünal Uzun
  • Basketball Department Assistant: Semih Özsoy
  • FB Training Company: Turan Şahin
  • Responsible for Volleyball Department: Hakan Dinçay

Technical staff

Position Name
Sporting Director Turkey Aykut Kocaman
Technical Director Germany Cristoph Daum
Assistant Technical Director TurkeyGermany Ayhan Tumani
Physical Fitness Coach Germany Roland Koch
Goalkeeper Coach Germany Holger Gehrke
Goalkeeper Coach Turkey Murat Öztürk
First Team Coach Turkey İrfan Saraloğlu
Separate Player Coach Turkey Dolu Arslan
Doctor Turkey Ertuğrul Karanlık
Physiotherapist Turkey Orhan Şakir

Presidents

Name From-To Occupation
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Nurizade Ziya Songülen 1907–1908 Founder member, officer of Duyun-u Umumiye
Ottoman Empire Ayetullah Bey 1908–1909 Founder member, officer of a water company
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Tevfik Haccar Taşçı 1909–1910 Former player, commercial man
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Hakkı Saffet Tarı 1910 Bank officer
Ottoman Empire Osman Fuat Efendi 1911–1912
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Dr. Hamit Hüsnü Kayacan 1912–1914 Internist
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Salih Hulusi Kezrak 1914–1915 General manager of Hejaz Railways
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Mehmet Sabri Toprak 1915–1916
Ottoman Empire Dr. Nazım Bey 1916–1918 Minister of Education of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire/Turkey İbnürrefik Ahmet Nuri Sekizinci 1918–1919 Playwright
Ottoman Empire Shahzade Ömer Faruk Efendi 1920–1923 Son of last caliph Abdülmecid II
Turkey Mehmet Sabri Toprak 1923–1924
Turkey Nasuhi Esat Baydar 1924–1925 Former player
Turkey Ali Naci Karacan 1926–1927 Journalist
Turkey Muvaffak Menemencioğlu 1928–1932 General manager of the Anatolian Agency
Turkey Sait Selahattin Cihanoğlu 1932–1933 Former player
Turkey Hayri Cemal Atamer 1933–1934 General secretary of Fenerbahçe
Turkey Şükrü Saraçoğlu 1934–1950 Minister of Justice of Turkey, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Prime Minister of Turkey
Turkey Ali Muhittin Hacıbekir 1950–1952 Confectioner
Turkey Osman Kavrakoğlu 1952–1953 Former player, Lawyer, Deputy of Rize Province
Turkey Bedii Yazıcı 1953–1954 Former player, General manager of a insurance company
Turkey Osman Kavrakoğlu 1954–1955 Former player, Lawyer, Deputy of Rize Province
Turkey Zeki Rıza Sporel 1955–1958 Former player, Deputy of Istanbul province, Commercial man
Turkey Agah Erozan 1958–1960 Vice-president of the Turkish Parliament
Turkey Medeni Berk 1960 Minister of state, Deputy Prime Minister
Turkey Hasan Kamil Sporel 1960–1961 Former player, Retired from a company
Turkey Razi Trak 1961–1962 Chief executive of the Yapı ve Kredi Bankası
Turkey Dr. İsmet Uluğ 1962–1966 Ophthalmologist
Turkey Faruk Ilgaz 1966–1974 M.Sc Construction engineer, Manufacturer
Turkey Emin Cankurtaran 1974–1976 Manufacturer
Turkey Faruk Ilgaz 1976–1980 M.Sc Construction engineer, Manufacturer
Turkey Razi Trak 1980–1981 Chief executive of the Yapı ve Kredi Bankası
Turkey Ali Haydar Şen 1981–1983 Businessman, Manufacturer
Turkey Faruk Ilgaz 1983–1984 M.Sc Construction engineer, Manufacturer
Turkey Fikret Arıcan 1984–1986 Former player, Retired from the office of Fenerbahçe
Turkey Tahsin Kaya 1986–1989 Constructor
Turkey Metin Aşık 1989–1993 Constructor
Turkey Güven Sazak 1993–1994 Businessman, Constructor
Turkey Hasan Özaydın 1994 Constructor
Turkey Ali Haydar Şen 1994–1998 Businessman, Manufacturer
Turkey Aziz Yıldırım 1998–present Construction engineer, Constructor

Managerial history

Recent seasons

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Europe Other Competitions Manager
2003–04 1D 1 34 23 7 4 82 41 76 Semi-final Germany Christoph Daum
2004–05 1D 1 34 26 2 6 77 24 80 Final UCL Group stage Germany Christoph Daum
2005–06 1D 2 34 25 6 3 90 34 81 Final UCL Group stage Germany Christoph Daum
2006–07 1D 1 34 20 10 4 65 31 70 Semi-final UC Last 32 Brazil Zico
2007–08 1D 2 34 22 7 5 72 37 73 Quarter-final UCL Quarter-final TSC Brazil Zico
2008–09 1D 4 34 18 7 9 60 36 61 Final UCL Group stage Spain Luis Aragonés
2009–10 1D 3 25 15 4 6 46 27 49 Semi-final UEL Last 32 TSC Germany Christoph Daum

Last updated: 14 March 2010
Div. = Division; D1 = First Division; Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points
UCL = UEFA Champions League; UC = UEFA Cup; TSC = Turkish Super Cup; Cup = Turkish Cup
Colors: Gold = winner; Silver = runner-up; Brown = third/semi-finalist

Sponsorship

Companies that Fenerbahçe S.K. currently has sponsorship deals with include.

Avea Main sponsor
Fenerium Main sponsor
Acıbadem Official sponsor
Adidas Official sponsor
Alpet Official sponsor
Aras Cargo Official sponsor
Audi Official sponsor
Cola Turka Official sponsor
Deniz Bank Official sponsor
Doğuş Otomotiv Official sponsor
Efes Pilsen Official sponsor
Kiğılı Official sponsor
Pınar Official sponsor
Türk Telekom Official sponsor
Ülker Official sponsor
VakıfBank Official sponsor
Mail2Web Internet service
Years Shirt sponsors
1980–1982 Banker Kastelli
1982–1983 İstanbul Bankası - Hisar Bank
1983–1984 İstanbul Bankası
1984–1987 Türk Bank
1988–1996 Emlak Bankası
1996–1997 VakıfBank
1997–1998 Emlak Bankası
1998–1999 Rifle
1999–2000 Proton 5x5
2000–2002 Telsim
2002–2004 Aria
2004–2006 Avea
2006–2008 Avea / Cola Turka
2008–2009 Avea
2009–present Avea / Türk Telekom / Ülker
Years Kit manufacturers
1988–2000 Adidas
2000–2004 Fenerium
2004–present Adidas

Fenerbahçe TV

Fenerbahçe TV (FB TV) is first sports club channel of Turkey[42] The channel launched in 2004 over satellite (Free-To-Air on Turksat 3A located 42° East, 11804 V 24444 5/6, VPID: 516, APID: 690, SPID: 5), satellite network services and cable service.[43]

Supporters

Since rebuilding the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Fenerbahçe's average attendances have been in the top in Turkey.[citation needed] Fenerbahçe have a number of supporters organisations, including Genç Fenerbahçeliler, Kill For You(KFY), Antu/Fenerlist, 1907 UniFeb, Group CK (Cefakâr Kanaryalar), Vamos Bien, Anglofeb/FENatics and SUADFEB. The supporters motto is Hep Destek Tam Destek (English: Continuous Unwavering Support).

Other branches

Basketball

Fenerbahçe's second biggest branch is men and women basketball teams. In 2006 Fenerbahçe's men basketball department was merged with Ülkerspor's department and women basketball department was sponsored by Aras Cargo. Although they were a weak team before this marriage, they won the championship twice after this event. The women basketball team is the most successful team of Fenerbahçe Sports Club. In last five years Fenerbahçe women basketball team won 13 of 15 cups that the team have competed.

For men's basketball[44]

For women's basketball[45]

Volleyball

Fenerbahçe's third biggest branch is men and women volleyball teams. In 2008 Fenerbahçe's men volleyball department won the Turkish championship.

For men's volleyball[46]

For women's volleyball[47]

Athletics

Athletics is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Spor Club. Team has important athletes who have Turkish records. Halil Akkaş also member of Fenerbahçe Athletics branch and Eşref Apak was. American sprinter Justin Gatlin, Canadian sprinter Donovan Bailey and Jamaica born Slovenian sprinter Merlene Ottey were also member of the team.

For athletics[48]

Boxing

Boxing is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Spor Club. Team has important boxers who have Turkish champions. Atagün Yalçınkaya, Gülsüm Tatar and Sümeyra Kaya also members of Fenerbahçe Boxing branch.

For boxing[49]

Rowing

Rowing is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Spor Club. Team has the best rowers of Turkey.

For rowing[50]

Sailing

Sailing is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Spor Club. Çağla Kubat; a famous model of Turkey, is also a sailor of Fenerbahçe Sailing Team.

For sailing[51]

Table tennis

Table tennis is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Sports Club.

For table tennis

Swimming

Swimming is an important branch of Fenerbahçe Sports Club.

For swimming

See also

  • Fenercell, Mobile Network Operator of Fenerbahçe S.K.

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