Turkey national amputee football team

Turkey national amputee football team is the men's national team of Turkey. It is governed by the Turkish Disabled Sports Federation (Turkish: Türkiye Bedensel Engelliler Spor Federasyonu, TBESF), and takes part in international amputee football competitions.[1]

Achievements

Year Competition Date Venue Position Notes
World Championship
2005 World Championship Aug 11–21  BRA 5th [2]
2007 World Championship Nov 11–21  TUR Antalya [3][4]
World Cup
2010 12th World Cup Oct 16–24  ARG Crespo, Entre Ríos [1][4]
2012 13th World Cup Oct 7–14  RUS Kaliningrad [5]
2014 14th World Cup Nov 30 – Dec 8  MEX Culiacan [6][7]
2018 16th World Cup Oct 27 – Nov 4  MEX San Juan de los Lagos [8]
European Championship
2004 European Championship May 27 – Jun 2  UKR [2]
2008 European Championship Dec 1–6  TUR Antalya [3][4][9]
[[2017 European Amputee Football Championship|2017 European Championship]] Oct 1–10  TUR Istanbul

Current squad

As of 9 October 2017

No. Name Club
1Selim Karadağ (GK)Yenimahalle Belediyesi
3Feyyaz GözüaçıkKaragücü
5Osman Çakmak (C)Karagücü
7Serkan Dereliİstanbul Özürlüler
8Barış TelliYenimahalle Belediyesi
9Fatih ŞentürkYenimahalle Belediyesi
10Rahmi ÖzcanYenimahalle Belediyesi
11Ömer Güleryüz
13Mehmet Yunsur
17Kemal Güleş
25Muhammrt Yeğen
99Alşcan Kuruyamaç
  • Coach: Halil İbrahim Köprülü
  • Goalkeeper Coach: İlhan Elmalı
  • Second Coach: Ali Öğüt
  • Physiotherapist: Gurhan Kayihan
  • Manciple: Halil Simsek
  • C: Captain
  • GK: Goalkeeper

References

  1. "Ampute Futbol Takımı şampiyonluk peşinde!". Ajans Pres (in Turkish). 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
  2. "Ampute Futbol Takımımız" (in Turkish). Korgan Kaymakamlığı. Archived from the original on 2012-12-21. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
  3. "Ampute Milli Futbol Takımımız Ovacık'ta kampa girdi" (in Turkish). Engelliler Biz. 2009-06-18. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
  4. Hofmann, Richard et James Frere. "Amputee Soccer 1980–Present". Amputee Soccer. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
  5. "Ampute Milli Takımı Dünya Üçüncüsü Oldu". Spor Haberler (in Turkish). 2012-10-14. Retrieved 2012-10-14.
  6. "World Cup 2014 Information Page". World Amputee Football Federation. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  7. >"Russia 3 – Angola 1 for the Gold! Turkey Beats Poland 1–0 for Third". World Amputee Football Federation. Retrieved 2015-01-03.
  8. "Ampute Milli Takımımız dünya ikincisi oldu". Hürriyet. 5 November 2018. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  9. "Europe Amputee Football Championship Kicks Off in Antalya". Newspusher. 2008-12-03. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
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