Turkey women's national under-17 football team

The Turkey women's national under-17 football team (Turkish: Türkiye 17 Yaş Altı Kız Millî Futbol Takımı) is the national under-17 football team of Turkey and is governed by the Turkish Football Federation.

Turkey U17 Türkiye U17
AssociationTurkish Football Federation
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coach Necla Güngör Kırağası
Most capsŞevval Alpavut (27)
As of 16 April 2015
Top scorerSevgi Çınar (18)
As of 21 October 2014
FIFA codeTUR
First colours
Second colours
First international
Turkey 0–1 Belgium 
(August 31, 2006)
Biggest win
Turkey 8–0 Moldova 
(Bender, Moldova; August 24, 2009)
Biggest defeat
Turkey 0–7 Czech Republic 
(Porto, Portugal; May 15, 2014)

Current squad

As of 7 October 2016.[1][2]

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Bedriye Cam (2000-01-23) January 23, 2000 11 0 Şanlıurfa Gençlik Spor
12 1GK Senem Pınar Özer (2001-01-31) January 31, 2001 0 0 Beşiktaş JK

2 2DF Neslihan Diken (2000-10-24) October 24, 2000 6 0 MSV Duisburg
3 2DF Dilara Sarıca (2000-11-23) November 23, 2000 6 0 FC Speyer 09
4 2DF Melis Özarslan (2000-06-15) June 15, 2000 6 0 VfL Bochum
6 2DF Banu Ayşe Gül Sarı (2000-05-22) May 22, 2000 3 0 FC Bergheim
13 2DF Fatma Sağra Öztürk (2000-07-05) July 5, 2000 7 1 Kocaeli Harb-İş Spor
14 2DF Ceren Akkaya (2000-09-05) September 5, 2000 8 0 Kdz. Ereğlispor
15 2DF Eda Döndü Derin (2000-04-16) April 16, 2000 1 0 Fomget GS

7 3MF İrem Eren (2000-08-17) August 17, 2000 3 0 Galatasaray SK
8 3MF Rabia Nur Yılmaz (2001-04-12) April 12, 2001 6 0 Fomget GS
9 3MF Seda Nur İncik (2000-10-06) October 6, 2000 8 1 1207 Antalyaspor
16 3MF Setenay Sırım (2000-08-05) August 5, 2000 5 0 İlkadım Spor
17 3MF Melisa Demir (2000-06-28) June 28, 2000 1 0 Dudulluspor

5 4FW İrem Yılmaz (2001-03-16) March 16, 2001 4 0 Gülizar Hasan Yılmaz SL GS
10 4FW Birgül Sadıkoğlu (C) (2000-03-23) March 23, 2000 15 3 Eskişehirspor
11 4FW Aybüke Aykul (2000-01-16) January 16, 2000 5 0 Fomget GS
18 4FW Melike Öztürk (2001-04-01) April 1, 2001 4 0 Pamukkale University SK
  • Caps and goals for Turkey U-17 participation only

Results at official competitions

Friendly matches are not included.

HostDateOpponentResultScorers
2008 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 6
 Turkey, Antalya Oct 19, 2007 Republic of IrelandL 0–5
Oct 21, 2007 SwedenL 1–3Elgalp
Oct 24, 2007 MoldovaW 7–0Elgalp (3), Sabırlı, E. Aydın, Özkan, Demiryol
2009 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 5
 Turkey, Antalya Oct 18, 2008 Republic of IrelandL 1–2Demiryol
Oct 20, 2008 NetherlandsL 0–4
Oct 23, 2008 Faroe IslandsW 4–0Serdar, Gönültaş, Kaya, H. Kara
2010 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 4
 Slovenia, Dravograd Oct 10, 2009 DenmarkL 0–3
Oct 12, 2009 Republic of IrelandL 0–3
Oct 15, 2009 SloveniaW 1–0Gönültaş
International Women's Under-17 Friendship Tournament
 Greece, Drama Jun 27, 2010 BulgariaW 3–0Ertürk, Karataş, Hız
Jun 28, 2010 GreeceD 2–2L. Güngör, Çınar
Jun 30, 2010 BulgariaW 8–0Hız (3), Çınar, Karataş, Adalı, Ertürk (2)
Jul 1, 2010 GreeceD 2–2Karagenç, Çınar
2011 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 6
 Belgium, Wetteren Oct 3, 2010 EnglandL 0–2
Oct 5, 2010 BelgiumL 0–3
Oct 8, 2010 ArmeniaW 7–0Çınar (3), Hız (2), B. Güngör, Baştürk
2012 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 7
 Serbia, Banatski Dvor Sep 29, 2011 SerbiaL 3–4Topçu (2), E. Duran
Oct 1, 2011 GreeceW 2–3Başkol, K. Aydın
Oct 8, 2011 DenmarkL 1–3Topçu
UEFA Women's Under-17 Development Cup
 Georgia, Tbilisi Apr 19, 2012 AzerbaijanW 3–1Akbaş, Önal, Topçu
Apr 21, 2012 GeorgiaW 1–0Ergen
2013 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 10
 Latvia, Riga Aug 28, 2012 WalesW 2–0Topçu (2)
Aug 30, 2012 NorwayL 1–5Topçu
Sep 2, 2012 LatviaW 1–0Topçu
International Women's Under-17 Tournament
 Spain, Madrid Apr 8, 2013 FranceL 0–3
Apr 9, 2013 SpainL 2–3Çatinkaya, Tezcan
Apr 11, 2013 EnglandL 0–2
 Serbia, Belgrade Jun 22, 2013 SloveniaD 3–3Topçu, Sivrikaya (2)
Jun 23, 2013 GreeceL 1–4Sivrikaya
Jun 25, 2013 SerbiaW 5–1Sivrikaya (3), Topçu (2)
2014 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 4
 Russia, Ulyanovsk Aug 6, 2013 RussiaL 0–1
Aug 8, 2013 Republic of IrelandL 0–1
 Russia, Dimitrovgrad Aug 11, 2013 Bosnia and HerzegovinaW 3–0Sivrikaya (3)
UEFA Women's Under-17 Development Tournament
 Portugal, Ribeira Brava, Madeira May 12, 2014 PortugalD 2–2Civelek, Hançar
May 13, 2014 FranceL 0–4
 Portugal, Porto May 15, 2014 Czech RepublicL 0–7
 Estonia, Tallinn Aug 12, 2014 EstoniaW 3–0Bozyel, Sivrikaya (2)
Aug 13, 2014 AzerbaijanW 2–0Türkoğlu, Sivrikaya
Aug 18, 2014 Faroe IslandsW 3–1Uzun, Civelek, Sivrikaya
2015 UEFA Championship qualifying round – Group 8
 North Macedonia, Skopje Oct 16, 2014 KazakhstanW 5–0Türkoğlu, Hançar (2), Civelek, Arhan[3]
Oct 18, 2014 North MacedoniaW 5–0Kılınç, Hançar, Manya, Civelek, Arhan[4]
Oct 21, 2014 DenmarkL 0–2
2015 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round – Group 1
 Turkey, Tarsus, Adana Apr 11, 2015 FinlandW 2–1Hançar (2)[5]
Apr 13, 2015  SwitzerlandL 0–4
Apr 16, 2015 SerbiaL 0–2
UEFA Women's Under-16 Development Tournament
 Israel May 2, 2015 PolandL 1–2Azak
May 3, 2015 IsraelL 1–4Hançar
May 5, 2015 UkraineW 2–1Türkoğlu (2)
2016 UEFA Championship qualification – Group 1
 Turkey, Selçuk, Kuşadası Oct 15, 2015 AndorraW 5–0Baysal, Gören, Sadıkoğlu (2), Azak[6]
Oct 17, 2015 UkraineL 0–1
Oct 20, 2015 Republic of IrelandL 0–3
UEFA Women's Under-16 Development Tournament
 Portugal May 13, 2016 PortugalL 0–3
May 15, 2016 BelgiumL 0–1
May 17, 2016 SpainL 0–4
2017 UEFA Championship qualification – Group 7
 Latvia, Riga Oct 2, 2016 WalesL 1–2İncik[1]
Oct 4, 2016 LatviaW 2–1S. Öztürk, Sadıkoğlu[2]
Oct 7, 2016 GermanyL 0–4

Player history

Most capped players

Players in bold are still active. As of 20 October 2015

# NameCareerCapsGoals
1Şevval Alpavut2012–2015270
2İlayda Civelek2012–2015233
3Kader Hançar2014–20152111
4Ece Türkoğlu2014–2015205
5Aylin Dişli2011–2013180
6Derya Arhan2013–2015182
7Bahar Güvenç2011–2014170
8Serra Çağan2011–2014170
9Esra Manya2014–2015173
10Didem Karagenç2008–2010162

Top goalscorers

Goalscorers with an equal number of goals are ranked in chronological order of reaching the milestone. Bold indicates still active players. As of 20 October 2015

# NameCareerGoalsCapsRate
1Sevgi Çınar2009–201018161.13
2Selin Sivrikaya2013–20141391.44
3Ebru Topçu2011–201312160.75
4Kader Hançar2014–201511210.52
5Gülbin Hız2009–20108160.50
6Eylül Elgalp2006–20076100.60
7Ece Türkoğlu2014–20155200.25
8İpek Baştürk2009–20104120.33
9Gizem Gönültaş2008–20104150.27
10Hanife Demiryol2006–20083140.21

Managers

ManagerYears
Ali Kızılet2006–2008
Hamdi Aslan2009–2010
Taygun Erdem2010–2012
Nur Mustafa Gülen2012
Talat Tuncel2012–2014
Necla Güngör Kırağası2015–

See also

References

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