Beşiktaş J.K. Football Academy

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Beşiktaş J.K. Football Academy is the youth system of football department of Turkish sports club Beşiktaş J.K.. They were formerly known as Beşiktaş J.K. Amatör from the 1950s to 1996, Beşiktaş J.K. PAF Takımı[5] between 1996 and 2009 and Beşiktaş J.K. A2 between 2009 and 2014. They compete at U-21 Süper Ligi which is of 18 youth teams of Süper Lig, governed by TFF.

Beşiktaş Football Academy
Logo of Beşiktaş JK.svg
Full nameBeşiktaş Football Youth System
Nickname(s)Kara Kartallar (Black Eagles)[1][2]
Siyah Beyazlılar (Black and Whites)
Founded1950s
GroundNevzat Demir Facilities
Capacity1,000
PresidentAhmet Nur Çebi[3][4]
Academy DirectorNecmettin Çelikhan
WebsiteClub website

Beşiktaş J.K. U-21 support Beşiktaş J.K. senior football team firmly, promoting youngsters including Necip Uysal[6] and Muhammed Demirci[6] for senior level. Beşiktaş J.K. financially capitalised by the successful transfers-out of Beşiktaş U-21 alumni including Nihat Kahveci, Serdar Özkan, Batuhan Karadeniz, İbrahim Kaş, Cumali Bişi and Atınç Nukan.

HistoryEdit

Former Spanish La Liga runner-up Nihat Kahveci was a part of Beşiktaş J.K. Amatör between 1996 and 1997.
3-times Turkish international Serdar Özkan played 6 years at youth level between 1999 and 2005.
İbrahim Kaş, an alumnus experienced Spanish La Liga football at Getafe CF between 2008 and 2011
A member of Beşiktaş J.K. senior squad since 2009, Necip Uysal played at A2 level between 2004 and 2009.
Nomadic forward Batuhan Karadeniz player at youth teams between 2003 and 2007 and made his Süper Lig debut in 2007–08 season
Played at A2 level between 2006 and 2010 until his promotion to senior team, Beşiktaş capitalized 5m of income due to transfer of Atınç Nukan to RB Leipzig in 2015

Team had started their operations as the amateur squad in 1950s. Beşiktaş, as one of the participants of Balkans Cup in 1963–64 version, requested the officials to play two away games with a day deficit in between, whereas it had been realized that it was not possible for the team to play two matches in two days.[7] Therefore, A2 team had been tasked for the encounter in Tirane to represent the team on senior level against Albanian side KS Dinamo Tirana.[7] The match ended 2–0 in favour of home side.[8]

Achieved second spot in local championship in Istanbul under the management of Serpil Hamdi Tüzün, Beşiktaş Amateurs participated in Turkey Amateur Football Championship in 1985 and grasped the trophy. The success led team to compete in Turkish Cup in 1985–86 version in which they have been eliminated by the quarter finalists PTT (now known as Türk Telekom Gençlik Spor Kulübü) in 1st Round by the score 1–0. In 1988, they repeated the success and joined Turkish Cup once again, beaten Bayrampaşaspor by 3–0 in 1st Round and Zeytinburnuspor by penalties. Beşiktaş A2 drew Beşiktaş. The two-legged matches ended 4–0 and 5–1 respectively, in favour of the seniors.

The team won the title after 2002–03 season, colloquially known as the club's centenary year.[9]

On 14 May 2006, at last game of 2005-06 season, Beşiktaş PAF were beaten by Trabzonspor PAF with a 3–0 final score as team completed the game 2 men down following 2 red cards shown, and finished the season on 3rd place.[10]

In the second halve of 2008–09 season, Beşiktaş J.K. U-21 alumnus Sergen Yalçın managed the team on a 6-months-spell, with an undefeated tally.[11]

Beşiktaş J.K. Amatör competed in Istanbul Amateur League in 1st and 2nd tier levels, despite they achieved couple of championships, they could not achieve a major success in domestic scene. The team was renamed Beşiktaş J.K. PAF Takımı (shortly Beşiktaş PAF) in 1996 and joined PAF Ligi. Two times PAF Ligi crowned Beşiktaş PAF, was renamed Beşiktaş J.K. A2 (shortly Beşiktaş A2) in 2010–11 season start.

There are 19 players trained by Beşiktaş J.K. U-21 in 2014, in which 2 players played senior level for club and 17 were hired by other clubs.[12]

ResultsEdit

U-21 LeagueEdit

As of 2 April 2020.
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Manager Notes
1996–97 PAF Ligi 6 34 18 4 12 63 34 58 Davut Şahin[13][14]
1997–98 2 34 23 5 6 78 33 74
1998–99 8 34 15 9 10 51 42 54
1999–2000 1 34 26 7 1 63 21 85
2000–01 4 34 16 11 7 65 27 59
2001–02 4 34 19 8 7 68 39 65
2002–03 1 34 20 10 4 78 40 70 Fikret Demirer[15]
2003–04 6 34 17 9 8 48 28 60
2004–05 5 34 17 11 6 83 50 62
2005–06 3 34 24 1 9 71 30 73 Recep Çetin[16]
2006–07 2 34 21 7 6 74 34 70 Fikret Demirer
2007–08 7 34 15 9 10 59 35 54 Fikret Demirer[17]
2008–09 8 34 12 13 9 53 35 49
2009–10 A2 Ligi 3 32+3 23+1 4+1 5+1 65+7 25+5 73+4 Sergen Yalçın[18] [note 1]
2010–11 4 38 21 8 9 58 44 71 Ömer Gülen [note 2]
2011–12 5 16+14 10+5 4+4 2+5 37+22 17+18 34+19 Talat Tuncel [note 3]
2012–13 1/4 Finals 20+14+1 11+8+0 7+4+0 2+2+1 45+26+0 23+15+2 40+28 Erkan Avseren[19]
2013–14 1/8 Finals 14+12 10+9 1+1 3+2 38+23 16+10 31+28
2014–15 U-21 Süper Ligi 9 34 14 5 15 56 50 47
2015–16 3 34 21 10 3 76 29 73 Yasin Sülün
2016–17 2 34 23 7 4 63 24 76
2017–18 1 34 23 7 4 64 29 76
2018–19 3 34 22 6 6 64 29 72

Div.=Division; Pos.=Position; Pl=Matches played; W=Won; D=Drawn; L=Lost; GS=Goals scored; GA=Goals against; P=Points
Background colours: Gold=winners; Silver=runners-up; Bronze=third

U-21 record at Turkish CupEdit

Seasom Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate
1985–86 5th PTT 0-1 0-1
1988–89 1st Bayrampaşa 3–0 3–0
2nd Zeytinburnuspor 8–6 (p.) 8–6
3rd Beşiktaş 1–5 0–4 1–9

SquadEdit

U-19 Academy SquadEdit

As of 2 April 2020.[20]

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

No. Position Player
  GK Ersin Destanoğlu
  GK Gökdeniz Kurşunoğlu
  GK Doğukan Özkan
  Adem Ateş
  Adilet Kanybekov
  Almoş Kaan Kalafat
  Anıl Gönderiç
  Atamer Bilgin
  Emre Yıldız
  Batuhan Mert Durmuş
  Rıdvan Yılmaz
  Ahmet Emir Özbay
  Arif Boynuuzun
No. Position Player
  Yusuf Kızıltaş
  Cenk Kuşku
  Halil Duman
  Harun Kaya
  Berke Avaz
  Kerem Kalafat
  Behiç Alpagut Özeren
  Kartal Yılmaz
  Mertcan Açıkgöz
  Uygar Ata Ergeç
  Erdoğan Kaya
  İlkay İşler

U-17 Academy SquadEdit

As of 2 April 2020.[21]

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

No. Position Player
  GK Gökalp Karakayalı
  GK Mehmet Barış Akyüz
  GK Muhammed Yasin Demir
  Ahmet Emir Kocabey
  Emirhan Tak
  Berkay Vardar
  Koray Yağcı
  Emirhan Delibaş
  Taha Yeşilbaş
  Serdar Saatçı
  Umutcan Kişecüklü
No. Position Player
  Cüneyt Can
  Emre Aydemir
  Eren Koşkun
  Çağrı Karaca
  Halil Süleyman Demircioğlu
  Yusuf Oral
  Berkay Akgül
  Doğukan Saral
  Eray Korkmaz
  Eyüp Çöklü

StaffEdit

As of 6 March 2016.[22]

Name Nat. Job
Necmettin Çelikhan   Academy Director
Yunus Murat Ceylan   U-19 Coach
Hikmet Çapanoğlu   U-17 Coach
Aydın Tuna   U-16 Coach

Noted graduatesEdit

As of 5 March 2016.

The following is a list of players who have represented a country (not necessarily their country of birth) at full international level:

The following is a list of players who have represented a country (not necessarily their country of birth) at youth international level:[23]

HonoursEdit

 
Played at Beşiktaş J.K. A2 between 2003 and 2005, Adem Büyük grasped top scorer crown in 2004–2005 season of PAF Ligi with 26 goals

TeamEdit

IndividualEdit

  • Top Scorer (2): 2004–05 (Adem Büyük, 26 goals),[24] 2015–16 (Hamza Küçükköylü, 26 goals)[25]

ReferencesEdit

Footnotes
  1. ^ In 2009–10 season, BJK A2 completed Marmara Group in 1st place at regular fixture (along with other three groups). They 3rd third place in Play-off Group A and failed to advance to Finale.
  2. ^ In 2010–11 season, BJK A2 completed Group 1 1st in regular fixture (along with other three groups) and failed to advance to Finale.
  3. ^ In 2011–12 season, BJK A2 completed Group 1 1st in regular phase of Kademe Grupları (along with other three groups). They finished Final Grubu phase as 5th and failed to advance the Quarter Finals.
Citations
  1. ^ "Kara Kartallar Efsanesi". Beşiltaş JK. 22 October 2004. Retrieved 6 September 2013.
  2. ^ "Turkey - Club Nicknames". RSSSF. 10 July 2005. Retrieved 8 January 2014.
  3. ^ Selçuk Genç. "Beşiktaşımızın 34. Başkanı Ahmet Nur Çebi" (in Turkish). Beşiktaş J.K. Archived from the original on 21 October 2019. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Info Bank » Club Details". Turkish Football Federation. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  5. ^ Okyay, Sevin (16 November 2007). "PAF başkan, PAF menajer" (in Turkish). Radikal. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
  6. ^ a b Uluç, Mazlum (31 January 2014). "Altyapı Araştırması" (in Turkish). TFF. Retrieved 6 March 2016.
  7. ^ a b "Balkan Cup 1960–69". rsssf.com. 29 July 2010. Retrieved 27 August 2011.
  8. ^ "Dinamo Tiran 2–0 Beşiktaş" (in Turkish). macanlari.com. Retrieved 27 August 2011.
  9. ^ "Kartal Gün Sayıyor" (in Turkish). Yeni Şafak. 21 May 2003. Archived from the original on 2 April 2020. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  10. ^ "PAF'lar Üçüncü". Milliyet (in Turkish). 15 May 2006. p. 30.
  11. ^ "Futbolun Clark Kent'i: Sergen Yalçın" (in Turkish). Evrensel. 17 August 2015. Retrieved 13 March 2016.
  12. ^ Raffaele Poli; Roger Besson; Loïc Ravenel. "2014 Demopgraphic Study" (PDF) (in Turkish). CIES. Retrieved 5 March 2016.
  13. ^ "Gençlere Güven Oyu". Milliyet (in Turkish). 23 June 1996. p. 28.
  14. ^ "Sergen'e PAF Şoku". Milliyet (in Turkish). 1 April 1997. p. 32.
  15. ^ "Pilot Takımda Olay". Milliyet (in Turkish). 6 January 2003.
  16. ^ "İlk Neşter Çetin'e". Milliyet (in Turkish). 8 March 2006. p. 34.
  17. ^ "Mehmet Sedef Parladı:2-1". Milliyet (in Turkish). 16 September 2007. p. 35.
  18. ^ "Demirören Orhan'ı 3. Lig'e gönderecekti" (in Turkish). Habertürk. 23 September 2012. Retrieved 13 March 2016.
  19. ^ Er, İsmail (15 April 2013). "Soyunma odamıza para getirdiler tekme tokat kovduk" (in Turkish). Hürriyet. Retrieved 5 March 2016.
  20. ^ "U-19 Akademi Takımı" (in Turkish). Beşiktaş J.K. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  21. ^ "U-17 Akademi Takımı" (in Turkish). Beşiktaş J.K. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  22. ^ "Öz Kaynaklar İdari ve Teknik Kadro" (in Turkish). Beşiktaş J.K. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  23. ^ "Beşiktaş altyapısı futbolcu fabrikası gibi..." (in Turkish). Hürriyet. 8 May 2008. Retrieved 6 March 2016.
  24. ^ "Ligler » U21 Ligi » Arşiv » 2004 - 2005 Sezonu" (in Turkish). Turkish Football Federation. Archived from the original on 13 September 2012. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  25. ^ "Ligler » U21 Ligi » Arşiv » 2015 - 2016 Sezonu" (in Turkish). Hürriyet. Archived from the original on 2 April 2020. Retrieved 2 April 2020.

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