Turkey Clubs

Turkey Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
Akçaabat SebatsporM2003-20042004-200520
Akhisar BelediyesporSüper LigM2012-20132018-201980
AlanyasporSüper LigM2016-20172018-201930
Altay SKM2002-20032002-200310
AntalyasporSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019120
Ataşehir BelediyesporF2018-20192018-201910
BB ErzurumsporSüper LigM2018-20192018-201910
Beşiktaş JKSüper LigM2000-20012018-2019304
BursasporSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019171
Çaykur RizesporSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019110
Fenerbahçe SKSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019285
Galatasaray SKSüper LigM1999-20002018-2019328
Gençlerbirliği SKM2001-20022017-2018170
Göztepe SKSüper LigM2001-20022018-201940
Hacettepe SKM2007-20082008-200920
İstanbul Başakşehir FKSüper LigM2007-20082018-2019120İstanbul BB
Kardemir KarabüksporM2010-20112017-201870
Kasımpaşa SKSüper LigM2007-20082018-2019100
Kayseri ErciyessporM2005-20062014-201540
KayserisporSüper LigM2004-20052018-2019140
Konak BelediyesporF2016-20172017-201820
KonyasporSüper LigM2003-20042018-2019150
Mersin İdmanyurduM2011-20122015-201640
MKE AnkaragücüSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019120
Osmanlıspor FKM2004-20052017-2018100Ankaraspor
SivassporSüper LigM2005-20062018-2019130
TrabzonsporSüper LigM2001-20022018-2019220
Yeni MalatyasporSüper LigM2017-20182018-201920
Yimpaş YozgatsporM2001-20022001-200210

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