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
2019-2020Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig6th110010+13Dario Melnjak - 1Gökhan Akkan
2018-2019Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig11th34914114850-2417,466Vedat Muriqi - 17Gökhan Akkan
2016-2017Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig16th34106184453-9363,369Léonard Kweuke - 14Abdoulaye DialloRelegated
2015-2016Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig13th34910153948-9373,314Deniz Kadah - 11Charles Itandje
2014-2015Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig14th3499164155-14363,353Léonard Kweuke - 12Serkan Kırıntılı
2013-2014Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig13th3410121243430428,338Léonard Kweuke - 11Serkan Kırıntılı
2007-2008Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig17th3478193264-32297,850Altan Aksoy, Fahri Tatan... - 4David GonzálezRelegated
2006-2007Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig15th34117163440-6408,222Zafer Biryol - 8Zdravko Zdravkov
2005-2006Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig9th341011133544-9419,000Okan Öztürk - 7Zdravko Zdravkov
2004-2005Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig10th341110133637-1439,227Okan Öztürk - 9Zdravko Zdravkov
2003-2004Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig14th34133183753-16429,227Okan Öztürk - 10Murat Şahin
2001-2002Rizesportr TUR1. Süper Lig16th34910154351-8374,286Emmanuel Tetteh - 13Souleymanou HamidouRelegated

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