Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig9th10101101Aytaç Kara - 1Fatih Öztürk
2018-2019Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig14th34116175362-9391,074Mbaye Diagne - 20Ramazan Köse
2017-2018Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig8th34137145758-1463,223Trézéguet - 13Ramazan Köse
2016-2017Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig10th34127154649-3431,416Adem Büyük - 9Ramazan Köse
2015-2016Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig7th34148125040+10501,950Eren Derdiyok - 13Ramazan Köse
2014-2015Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig13th34910155673-17372,345Ezequiel Scarione - 13Andreas Isaksson
2013-2014Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig6th34131295639+17515,438Ezequiel Scarione - 16Andreas Isaksson
2012-2013Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig6th34148124837+11506,944Kalu Uche - 19Andreas Isaksson
2010-2011Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig18th3458213171-40236,250Ersen Martin - 8Tolga ÖzgenRelegated
2009-2010Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig11th341011135053-3416,500André Moritz - 9Tolga Özgen
2007-2008Kasımpaşatr TUR1. Süper Lig18th3485212656-30296,785Jonathan Téhoué - 6Khalid SinouhRelegated

About launched (June 13, 2018) with coverage for England (5 leagues), France (2 leagues), Germany (3 leagues), Italy (2 leagues), Spain (2 leagues), and United States (3 leagues).

We have also added: Netherlands (July 16, 2018), Scotland (July 23, 2018), Portugal (July 30, 2018), Mexico (Oct 29, 2018), Belgium (Oct 29, 2018), Austria (Oct 29, 2018), Australia (Nov 5, 2018), Russia (Nov 5, 2018), Poland (Nov 12, 2018), Turkey (Nov 12, 2018), Denmark (Nov 28, 2018), Switzerland (Dec 4, 2018), Ukraine (Dec 17, 2018), Croatia (Dec 21, 2018), Greece (Jan 15, 2019), Bulgaria (Jan 29, 2019), Romania (Feb 18, 2019), Serbia (Mar 1, 2019), Czech Republic (Mar 1, 2019), Hungary (Mar 14, 2019), Norway (Apr 9, 2019), Sweden (Apr 9, 2019), Finland (Apr 18, 2019), Brazil (Jul 25, 2019), Argentina (Jul 29, 2019), China PR (Jul 29, 2019), Korea Republic (Jul 30, 2019), Japan (Aug 2, 2019), Chile (Aug 2, 2019), Colombia (Aug 6, 2019), Ecuador (Aug 6, 2019), Iran (Aug 7, 2019), Paraguay (Aug 8, 2019), Saudi Arabia (Aug 9, 2019), South Africa (Aug 12, 2019), Uruguay (Aug 14, 2019), Peru (Aug 15, 2019), India (Aug 16, 2019). We have many more leagues, but are vetting them and will release them as they are prepared.

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