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Galatasaray Bridge Team

For other uses of Galatasaray, see Galatasaray (disambiguation)
Founded 1997
League Turkey Contract Bridge Championship
Arena Galatasaray Beyoğlu Hasnun Galip Club Administrative Center
Based in İstanbul, Turkey
Colors Yellow & Red
President Ünal Aysal
Head coach Ö.Cavit Turan
Championships 2
Mascot Lion
Active departments of Galatasaray
Football Volleyball (Men's) Volleyball (Women's)
Basketball (Men's) Basketball (Women's) Wheelchair Basketball
Athletics Bridge Equestrian
Judo Rowing Sailing
Swimming Water Polo (Men's) Water Polo (Women's)
Chess Team

Galatasaray Bridge Team is the bridge section of Galatasaray S.K., a major sports club in Istanbul, Turkey.


Turkish Championship

  • Winner(3): 1999, 2000, 2009[1] as a team
  • Runners-Up(1): 2009
  • Third: 2006
  • Third: 2007
  • Third: 2008
  • Winner: 2009 Nevzat Aydoğdu and Fikret Aydoğdu as a couple
  • Winner: 2010 Dilek Yavaş and Serap Kuranoğlu as a couple[2]

İstanbul Championship

  • Winner(2): 2007 as a couple M. Ali İnce and Namık Kökten,[3] 2011 as a team


  • Winner(3):2011, 2012, 2013[4]

European Championship

  • Winner(2): 2008,[5] 2011 as a team[6]

External links

  • Galatasaray SK Official Web Site (Turkish)


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