Dinarsuspor was a women's football club based in Istanbul, Turkey.

Founded1991 (1991)
LeagueTurkish Women's League

Dinarsuspor was founded in 1991 by six women's footballers, who left Advanced Special characters Help Cite Dostluk Spor. The team was the women's football side of the same-named club, which was established in 1982 by the carpeting and artificial turf producer Dinarsu. With the establishment of the Turkish Women's Football League by the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) in 1994, the team started to play regular matches. The team became champion already in the first ever league season in 1994. The team repeated their success in a row in the following three seasons also.[1][2] The team won the Federation Cup in 1997 as well.[3]

Dinarsuspor took part at international tournaments. They became champion of the Schwäbisch Hall Tournament in Germany in 1996. They placed in the 1997 Stuttgart-tockach Tournament, at which 42 teams participated from Austria, Switzerkand, Poland and Germany. The team won 26 of the 39 international matches and scored 108 goals in total.[3]

In 1997, club president İlker İnat decided to withdraw from the league after his demand on assignment of a stadium and referees for a friendly match with a women's team from Romania was not met by the TFF although nine players of the team were members of the national team.[3]

Notable players

Players, who were member of the Turkey women's national team:[3]


Turkish Women's Football League
  • Winners (4): 1994, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97


  1. "Dinarsu tarihe geçti". Milliyet (in Turkish). 3 May 1994. p. 8.
  2. "Dinarsu'dan özel maç". Milliyet (in Turkish). 5 November 1997. p. 30.
  3. Özgen, İlhan (March 2014). "Bir Dinarsu Vardı, N'oldu?". Toprak Saha (in Turkish). Retrieved 18 May 2019.
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