Beşiktaş J.K. (women's football)
|Full name||Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü Kdın Futbol Takımı|
|Ground||İsmet İnönü Stadium|
|Chairman||Ahmet Nur Çebi|
|League||Turkish Women's First Football League|
|Active departments of|
In the 2014–15 season, Beşiktaş women's team was allocated to the bottom league, the Turkish Women's Third Football League. They finished the league as the division leader, and after play-offs, they were promoted to the Women's Second League.
In the 2015–16 season, the team played in the Women's Second League, and secured promotion to the First League already four matches before the season's finish. They became league champion two matches prior to the end of the league. The team completed the 2015–16 season undefeated, and were promoted to the Turkish Women's First Football League.
The team finished the regular season of 2017–18 even on points with Konak Belediyespor behind the champion Ataşehir Belediyespor. The regular time of the play-off match between the two teams ended with 1–1 draw. In the extension time , Beşiktaş J.K. scored three penalty goals, finished the match by 4–1, and became runners-up.
Beşiktaş J.K. finished the 2018–19 Women's First League season as leader equal on points with ALG Spor with goal average that happened only in the last round. ALG Spor was leading with goal average in the previous two rounds. ALG Spor won their last match with 5-1, Beşiktaş J.K. defeated their opponent by 9-0, which enabled them a goal average of four in the final. The Turkish Football Federation set a play-off round between the two teams to be played on 12 May 2019 at a neutral venue, in Manavgat, Antalya. The team became for the first tine Women's First League champion after defeating ALG Spor in the play-off match with 1-0.
By the end of July 2019, the club transferred Kader Hançar, Sevgi Çınar, Sevgi Salmanlı and Yağmur Uraz, the four most experienced forwarders of the Women's football in Turkey,, three of them are former top scorers, for the 2019–20 UEFA Women's Champions League - Group 9 matches. The team finished the qualifying round's group matches undefeated with two draws and one win ranking second behind the Dutch Twente, who progressed to the round of 32 as the only team of the group.
Beşiktaş JK women's team play their home matches at Fulya Stadium of the Beşiktaş JK and İsmet İnönü Stadium, formerly Çilekli Stadium, of Beşiktaş Municipality, both in Beşiktaş district of Istanbul.
|2014–15||Third League Group 1||1||18||14||2||2||89||18||+71||44|
|2019–20||First League||2 1)||7||6||0||1||29||8||+21||18|
|Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.|
- 1): Season in progress
- As of November 3, 2019.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Former Turkish international and foreign players:
Turkey: Derya Arhan, Sibel Duman, Dilek Enli, Emine Ecem Esen, Kader Hançar, Fatma Kara, Safa Merve Nalçacı, Ceren Nurlu, Gamze Nur Yaman Cameroon: Jacquette Ada Ivory Coast: Ines Nrehy Macedonia: Eli Jakovska Mali: Aissata Traoré Morocco: Imane Abdelahad, Chirine Knaidil Russia: Ekaterina Ulasevich
|2019–20 UEFA Women's Champions League - Group 9||Qualifying round - Group 9||Aug 7, 2019||D 1–1||Hançar|
|Aug 10, 2019||D 2–2||Uraz, Keskin|
|Aug 13, 2019||W 3–0||Hançar, Sakhinova (o.g.), Çınar|
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