Cadi-Keuy F.C.

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Cadi-Keuy FC is a defunct sports club of Istanbul, Ottoman Empire.

Cadi-Keuy FC
A group photograph of the 1905-06 team
From left to right standing: Temistol Moisiyadis, Cinon Poliheroniadis, Yani Vasiliadis, James Lafontaine, Todori, Anthony Darny. Middle row, left to right: “Bobby” Fuat Hüsnü Kayacan, Dick Lafontaine, Horace Armitage, Nicholas Darny, Yorgo Yerasimidis. Sitting, left to right: Mihal Yerasimidis, Toto Stelyanidis, with their championship shield.
Full nameCadi-Keuy Football Club
Founded1899
Dissolved1912
GroundPapazın Çayırı

HistoryEdit

Cadi-Keuy FC was a club which was founded by Englishmen James Lafontaine and Horace Armitage in 1899.[citation needed] Its name is a foreign rendering of Kadıköy, its home ground, as the standard Turkish Latin alphabet did not yet exist at the time of the club's creation.

HonoursEdit

MatchesEdit

League tablesEdit

Istanbul League

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü Tarihi 1907–1957 (by Dr. Rüştü Dağlaroğlu) The History of Fenerbahçe SK 1907–1957.

  • Kadıköy Futbol Kulübü. Türk Futbol Tarihi. vol.1. page (22). (June 1992) Türkiye Futbol Federasyonu Yayınları.