Turkey national futsal team

The Turkey national futsal team represents Turkey in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Turkish Football Federation, which founded the national team in 2006.

Turkey
Nickname(s)Ay-Yıldızlılar ("Crescent-Stars")
AssociationTurkish Football Federation
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachÖmer Kaner, (2006–)
CaptainHüseyin Yıldız
Most capsHüseyin Yıldız (14)
Home stadiumAbdi İpekçi Arena & Sinan Erdem Dome
FIFA codeTUR
FIFA ranking56[1]
Home colours
First international
Romania 7–3 Turkey
(Bucharest, Romania; 13 December 2006)
Biggest win
Turkey 6–3 Albania
(Finland; 18 January 2007)[2]
Biggest defeat
Brazil 14–2 Turkey
(Debrecen, Hungary; 15 November 2007)
World Cup
Appearances0
UEFA Futsal Championship
Appearances1 (First in 2012)
Best result1st round, (2012)

Tournament records

FIFA Futsal World Cup

FIFA World Cup record
Year Round Pld W D L GS GA
Netherlands 1989Did not enter------
Hong Kong 1992Did not enter------
Spain 1996Did not enter------
Guatemala 2000Did not enter------
Taiwan 2004Did not enter------
Brazil 2008Did not qualify------
Thailand 2012Did not qualify------
Colombia 2016Did not qualify------
Lithuania 2020Did not qualify
Total0/9------

FIFA Futsal World Cup qualification

FIFA Futsal World Cup qualification record
Year Round Pld W D L GS GA
1989 to 2004Did not enter------
Brazil 2008Did not qualify310279
Thailand 2012Did not qualify63032119
Colombia 2016Did not qualify3003321
Total3/8124083149

UEFA European Futsal Championship

UEFA European Futsal Championship recordQualification record
Year Round Pld W D L GS GA Pld W D L GS GA
Spain 1996Did not enter------------
Spain 1999Did not enter------------
Russia 2001Did not enter------------
Italy 2003Did not enter------------
Czech Republic 2005Did not enter------------
Portugal 2007Did not enter------62132327
Hungary 2010Did not qualify------301227
Croatia 20121st round20021864021922
Belgium 2014Did not qualify------3102912
Croatia 2016Did not qualify------3102818
Slovenia 2018TBD------------
Netherlands 2022TBDTBD
Total1/122002182182116186

Minor tournament

this table consist of only senior A team Results (not include Youth and club match results)

Four/Three Nations Cup record
Year Round Pld W D L GS GA Dif Pts
2007 Izmir CupThird place31111210+24
2007 Fonix CupFourth place30031025-150
2008 Rzeszów CupFourth place3012313-100
2008 Buzau CupThird place210148-43
2009 Baku CupRunners-up210196+33
2010 Hereford CupChampions220075+26
2010 Mediterranean Cup9th place63123226+610
2012 Baku CupThird place302137-42
2013 Krosno CupThird place31021510+53
2014 Skopje CupThird place2011212-101
2016 Futsal Week CupThird place4004113-120
2016 Chalkida CupChampions211032+14
Total12/123510718101127-2637

All time general statistics record/Overview of results

  • As a 15 Nov 2016
Tournament Pld W D L GS GA Dif Pts
FIFA World Cup Record 00000000
FIFA World Cup Qualification Record 124083149-1312
European Championship Record 200218-70
European Championship Qualification Record 2182116186-2526
Minor Tournament Record 3510718101127-2637
Friendly Match Record 5412735142227-8543
Total 124341674336497-161118

Coaching staff

  • Ömer Kaner - Head Coach
  • Sinan Turhan - Assistant Coach
  • Reşat Kartal- Assistant Coach
  • Cüneyt Yalınkılıç - Director

Current squad

The current squad.[3] All match statistics are updated up to 16 February 2008.

Notable players

See also

References


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