1927 Turkish Football Championship

The 1927 Turkish Football Championship was the second edition of the competition. It was held in September. All matches were played at İstiklal Sahası in the capital Ankara. Muhafızgücü won their first and only championship title by defeating Altınordu 5–1 in the final.[1][2] For Altınordu it was the first appearance in the final of the championship, with two more to follow in 1932 and 1935. Şekip Bey of Muhafızgücü, who scored three goals in the second half of the final, became the first player in Turkish football history to score a hat-trick in a national competition.[1]

1927 Turkish Football Championship
CountryTurkey
Dates2 September – 10 September
Teams17
ChampionsMuhafızgücü
(1st Turkish title)
Runners-upAltınordu
Matches played18
Goals scored113 (6.28 per match)
1924
1932

The champions of the various regional championships qualified for the competition played in knock-out format.

Qualified clubsEdit

Region Champions
Istanbul Galatasaray
Ankara Muhafızgücü
İzmir Altınordu
Eskişehir Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu
Konya Konya İdman Yurdu
Çukurova Mersin İdman Yurdu
Bursa Işıklar Mektebi
Kocaeli İzmit İttihadspor
Amasya Albayrak İdman Yurdu
Antalya İlk Işık
Kütahya Kütahya Gençlerbirliği
Bilecik Bozüyük İdman Yurdu
Edirne Meriç İdman Yurdu
Uşak Ergenekon İdman Yurdu
Giresun Hilâl Spor
  • The participants of the Karesi (Balıkesir) and Trabzon regions are currently not available.

Preliminary roundEdit

Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu14 – 1Giresun Hilâl Spor
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

First roundEdit

Bursa Işıklar Mektebi2 – 0Amasya Albayrak İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
İzmit İttihadspor2 – 21Altınordu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Balıkesir2 – 1Trabzon
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Kütahya Gençlerbirliği5 – 1Uşak Ergenekon İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Muhafızgücü8 – 0Edirne Meriç İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Antalya İlk Işık3 – 2Bozüyük İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Galatasaray5 – 0Mersin İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu7 – 0Konya İdman Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
  • 1 The match could not be finished due to darkness. The remaining time was played on 5 September.

Resumed matchEdit

İzmit İttihadspor2 – 4Altınordu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

Quarter-finalsEdit

Galatasaray1 – 1Muhafızgücü
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Altınordu14 – 1Antalya İlk Işık
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Balıkesir12 – 0Kütahya Gençlerbirliği
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu1 – 0Bursa Işıklar Mektebi
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

PlayoffEdit

Galatasaray2 – 3Muhafızgücü
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
  • A playoff was held since a winner could not be decided in the first game.

Semi-finalsEdit

Altınordu1 – 0Balıkesir
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara
Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu0 – 7Muhafızgücü
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

Third place matchEdit

Balıkesir4 – 3Eskişehir Tayyare Yurdu
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

FinalEdit

Altınordu1 – 5Muhafızgücü
Şevki Bey   Sedat Bey   
Şekip Bey    
İstiklal Sahası, Ankara

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "TamSaha dergisi" (PDF) (in Turkish). Turkish Football Federation, Mehmet Yüce. February 2016. p. 90. Archived (PDF) from the original on 17 August 2017. Retrieved 27 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Türkiye Futbol Birinciliği". Erdinç Sivritepe. Retrieved 25 December 2017.

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