Keçiörengücü is a Turkish sports club based in the Keçiören district of Ankara. The football club plays in the TFF First League. Keçiörengücü was founded as Hacettepe with black-white colours in 1949. Hacettepe was one of Turkish First League's founder teams. They played in the First League between 1958–1960 and 1962–1968. After relegation from the First League in 1967–68 season, they played second level between 1968–1971. They were relegated to the Third League in 1970–71 season. They played in the Third League between 1971–1974, 1977–1978, and 1984–1988. The club was renamed Hacettepe Yeni Camuzoğluspor in 1985. Finally they took the name Keçiörengücü and changed their colors to dark red-white in 1988. Keçiörengücü played in the Second League between 1989–1993 and 1997–1998. Keçiörengücü became champions in the Third Group of the Third League and was promoted to League B in 2006. However, it was relegated to the Third League after a 5–1 loss to Darıca Gençlerbirliği, in an away match on May 13, 2007. The club plays again in the TFF Second League since 2014.

Keçiörengücü
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Full nameKeçiörengücü
Founded1949
GroundAnkara Aktepe Stadium[1]
Capacity4,883[1]
ChairmanSedat Tahiroğlu[1]
ManagerSerkan Özbalta[2]
LeagueTFF First League
2018–19TFF Second League, White, 1st (promoted)
WebsiteClub website

League attendancesEdit


Current squadEdit

As of 6 September, 2019

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

No. Position Player
2   DF Ridvan Simsek
3   DF Cihan Can
4   DF Erdi Dikmen
5   MF Süleyman Olgun
6   DF Idrissa Diarra
7   MF Hasan Bilal (on loan from Kasimpasa)
8   MF Burak Aydın
9   FW Abdulkadir Kuzey
10   MF Levy Madinda
13   MF İshak Çakmak
19   DF Abdulkadir Korkut
No. Position Player
22   GK Birkan Tetik
25   MF Ugur Utlu
27   FW Famoussa Koné
28   DF Soner Gönül
30   FW Jeremy Bokila
55   MF Theo Mendy
61   DF Samet Akaydin
70   MF Boubacar Dialiba
71   GK Metin Ucar
77   FW Cem Ekinci
93   DF Hüsamettin Tut
99   GK Boran Güngör

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Club details
  2. ^ (in Turkish)Coach dtails

External LinksEdit