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Boluspor

Boluspor
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Full name Boluspor
Founded 28 December 1965 (1965-12-28) (48 years ago)
Ground Bolu Atatürk Stadium, Bolu
Ground Capacity 8,881[1]
Chairman Abdullah Abat
Manager Oğuz Çetin
League TFF First League
2009-10 TFF First League, 9th
Home colours
Away colours

Boluspor is a Turkish professional football club located in the city of Bolu. The clubs plays in red and white kits, and have done so since their formation in 1965.[2]

Domestically, the club has won the TFF Second League on one occasion, finishing as runner-up to the Türkiye Kupası. Their greatest success in top-flight football came in 1974, when they finished in third place.[2]

History

Boluspor became a professional club when they entered the TFF Second League during the 1966-67 season. They were first promoted into the TFF First League after the 1969-70 season. They were promoted to the Süper Lig in 1972-73 and finished third, their highest finish in the Süper Lig, the following season.[2]

The club has competed in continental competition once, losing to Dinamo Bucharest, in the 1974-75 UEFA Cup. They also competed in the now defunct Balkans Cup, winning matches against clubs such as Sofya Akademik and Sport Clup Bacau, but never won the cup.[2]

Honours

  • Prime Minister's Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1970
  • Prime Minister's Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1981
  • Turkey First League (Premier League):
    • Runners-up (3): 1974
  • Turkey First League (Premier League):
    • Runners-up (4): 1983

European Competitions

UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League:

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1974-75 1R Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 0-1 0–3 0-4

Current squad

As of 18 August, 2013.[1][3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Turkey GK Atacan Öztürk
3 Bulgaria DF Daniel Zlatkov
4 Turkey DF Metin Depe
5 Turkey MF Fatih Sen
6 Turkey DF Cemil Vatansever
7 Turkey MF Gökhan Emreciksin
10 Turkey FW Ali Güzeldal
11 Turkey FW İskender Alın
12 Turkey MF Ilyas Yilmazer
15 Turkey DF Mehmet Isik
17 Turkey GK Firat Kocaoglu
21 Bulgaria MF Nikolay Dimitrov
22 Turkey MF Tolga Degirmenci
No. Position Player
24 Turkey DF Hakan Arslan
28 Bulgaria FW Gerasim Zakov
35 Turkey DF Cenk Özbey
38 Turkey MF Harun Tutum
41 Turkey MF Onur Türk
53 Turkey FW Emrah Metoglu
54 Turkey MF Emre Kılınç
55 Turkey GK Cüneyt Çelik
60 Turkey MF Alican Karadag
61 Turkey DF Sercan Türkeri
77 Turkey MF Alp Ergin
92 Turkey MF Orhun Öztürk
99 Turkey FW Cagri Yarkin

References

External links

  • Official website (Turkish)

See also

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