Bayrampaşa SK

Bayrampaşa SK is a Turkish professional football club located in the Bayrampaşa district of Istanbul. They currently play in the TFF Third League, the fourth tier of Turkish football.

Bayrampaşa
Full nameBayrampaşa Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s)Pasha
Founded1959
GroundÇetin Emeç Stadium, Bayrampaşa
Capacity2,300
ChairmanAli Kahraman
ManagerBülent Yenihayat
LeagueTFF Third League
2018–19TFF Second League, White, 16th (relegated)
WebsiteClub website

History

In 1942 the club was founded as Sağmalcılar Youth Sports Club, in 1959 the name was changed to Bayrampaşa Youth Sports Club. The club has spent the majority of its history in the third division, between 1984 and 1994, before being relegated to the amateur divisions. In 2009, after 16 years, they returned to the fourth tier of Turkish football. Soon after, in May 2012 they beat Hacettepe S.K. by a score of 2–1, thereby being promoted back into the TFF Second League (after being out for 53 years). In the 2012–2013 season, right after promotion, they reached the play-offs, but were eventually knocked out.

Supporters

The fans are referred to as the "Bayrampaşalılar". The fan movement has started in the late 1980s, and has been present ever since. As of 2014, the Association of Bayrampaşa Fans takes part in helping charitable organizations, visiting schools, and other charitable activities. The fans share a rivalry with Gaziosmanpaşaspor and Eyüpspor.

Squad

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

No. Position Player
1 GK Mesut Balkan
4 MF Özkan Yılmaz
5 MF Alicivan Düzova
6 FW Recep Berk Elitez
7 DF Hayrullah Akyel
8 DF Cenk Kaplan
9 MF Taner Yıldız
12 DF Barış Çetin
19 MF Oğuzhan Coşkunsever
21 MF Tufan Deniz Gelen
22 MF Yasin Hatipoğlu
No. Position Player
23 GK Ömür Hacısalihoğlu
29 DF Ünal Danışıkkaya
32 FW Gökhan Kılınç
44 DF Oğuzhan Barkın
56 DF Mehmet Sait Ulucan
61 DF Hüseyin Akmaz
82 FW Can Akgün
GK Veysel Sapan
GK Cengizhan Şarli
DF Ege Atlam

See also

References

  • http://www.turus.net/sport/fussball/7621-bayrampasaspor-istanbul-vs-ankaraguecue-tuerkischer-drittligafussball-bei-ansprechender-kulisse.html, German magazine
  • "Bayrampaşaspor, Cenk Kaplan'nın sözleşmesini uzattı". Türkiye national newspaper. Retrieved 2014-01-12.
  • "TAKIM DETAY Bayrampaşaspor". Habertürk national newspaper. Retrieved 2014-01-12.
  • "Spor Toto 2. Lig Play-off: Yeni Malatyaspor'da Spor Toto 2. Lig Play-off'da tur atlamanın sevinci yaşanıyor". Beyaz Gazette, local(?) paper. Retrieved 2014-01-12. Same source has half-a-dozen other pieces online.
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