Konak Belediyespor

Konak Belediyespor Women's Football (Turkish: Konak Belediyespor Bayan Futbol Takımı) is the women's football team of the Turkish multi-sport club of Konak Belediyespor based in Konak district of İzmir, Turkey. The team was established by the district municipality in 2006.[1][2]

Konak Belediyespor Women's Football
Konak Belediyesi logo.png
Full nameKonak Belediye Spor Kulübü
Founded2006; 16 years ago (2006)
GroundGöztepe Gürsel Aksel Stadium
Coordinates38°23′48″N 27°04′33″E / 38.39667°N 27.07583°E / 38.39667; 27.07583Coordinates: 38°23′48″N 27°04′33″E / 38.39667°N 27.07583°E / 38.39667; 27.07583
ManagerTurkey Ali Alanç
LeagueTurkish Women's Super League
2020–216th
Current season
Konak Belediyespor (red) at away match against Marmara Üniversitesi Spor (2013–14 season)
Konak Belediyespor (blue) at away match against Ataşehir Belediyespor (2013–14 season)

Many players of the Konak Belediyespor women's team are members of the Turkey women's national football team. The club maintains two more teams as the girls under-17 and under-15.[2]

HistoryEdit

After placing third in the 2009–10 season in the Women's First Football League, they became runner-up the next season.[2] The team won the league championship in the 2012–13 season.[3]

The women's team played in the 2013–14 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round and advanced to the round of 16.

The team finished the 2013–14 Women's First League season as the undefeated champion reaching their second title one game before the end of the play-off round.[4][5] As of May 10, 2014, the team holds a 36-game undefeated streak record in domestic official competitions after the loss against their rival Ataşehir Belediyespor in the away match on November 11, 2012.[5]

The team played at the 2014–15 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round against Latvian Rīgas FS, Belarusian FC Minsk and FC Zürich Frauen from Switzerland.[6] They won two matches and lost one, becoming runners-up in the group. That result did not suffice to advance to the knock-out stage.[7]

 
Konak Belediyespor team with champion trophy after defeating Ataşehir Belediyespor in the 2014–15 season play-off match.

Konak Belediyespor finished the 2014–15 season undefeated and with the same point as Ataşehir Belediyespor. They won the play-off game and became champion for three consecutive time.[8]

Konak Belediyespor women played in the 2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round – Group 1 against FC Minsk, KF Vllaznia Shkodër and SFK 2000 Sarajevo. They finished at third place after losing two games and winning only one. They failed so to advance to the knockout phase.[9][10][11]

Konak Belediyespor's unbeaten run, which stretched to 58 league games in four seasons beginning after the last loss against Ataşehir Belediyespor in the 2012–13 season's away match on November 11, 2012, was ended by 1207 Antalya Muratpaşa Belediye Spor with a 0–4 defeat at the 2015–16 season's home match on December 5, 2015.[12]

The team finished the 2015–16 season as champion, winning this title fourth time in a row.[13][14] They took part at the Group 9 of the 2016–17 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round, lost two of the three matches, and was so eliminated.[15][16][17]

Konak Belediyespor finished the regular season 2016–17 second behind Beşiktaş J.K., which had recently entered the First League.[13] Because the league format was changed that season, a championship play-off round followed, in that Konak overtook Beşiktaş and won their fifth title in a row.[18]

The team won their first game at the 2017–18 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round in Tbilisi, Georgia against the host FC Martve by 5–0.[19]

The team finished the regular season of 2017–18 even on points with Beşiktaş J.K. behind the champion Ataşehir Belediyespor. The regular time of the play-off match between the two teams ended with 1–1 draw. In the extension time , Beşiktaş J.K. scored three penalty goals, winning the match by 4–1. Konak Belediyespor took so the third place behind the runners-up Beşiktaş J.K.[20]

Konak Belediyespor finished the 2018-19 First League season in the third place.[21]

StadiumEdit

 
Team bus of Konak Belediyespor

The team play their home matches at the Göztepe Gürsel Aksel Stadium, which is located in Göztepe neighborhood of Konak district in İzmir.[2] The venue has a capacity of 1,500 spectators. Its ground has a natural grass surface.[22]

StatisticsEdit

As of 9 March 2022.

Season League Pos. Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
2006–07 Women's League 14 11 1 1 9 6 68 −62 4
2007–08 Women's League 12 12 5 2 5 27 26 +1 17
2008–09 First League 6 18 6 3 9 32 28 +4 21
2009–10 First League 3 18 12 0 6 51 30 +21 36
2010–11 First League 2 22 14 5 3 68 19 +49 47
2011–12 First League 5 20 10 3 7 39 20 +19 33
2012–13 First League 1 18 17 0 1 72 8 +64 51
2013–14 First League 1 20 16 4 0 73 15 +58 52
2014–15 First League 1 19 17 2 0 107 3 +104 53
2015–16 First League 1 18 16 0 2 91 16 +75 48
2016–17 First League 1 26 20 2 4 78 28 +50 62
2017–18 First League 3 19 13 3 3 75 21 +54 42
2018–19 First League 3 18 12 3 3 47 20 +27 39
2019–20 First League 3 16 12 1 3 70 19 +51 37
2020–21 First League Gr. D 6 4 2 1 1 6 4 +2 7
2021–22 Super League Gr. B 5 (1) 13 7 5 1 22 8 +14 26
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.
  • (1): Season in progress

Current squadEdit

As of 9 March 2022.[23]

Head coach:   Ali Alanç

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   TUR İlayda Salgar
16 GK   TUR Handan Kurğa

4 DF   TUR Didem Taş
6 DF   NGA Maryam Juke Ibrahim
7 DF   TUR Seval Kıraç
10 DF   TUR Yaşam Göksu
22 DF   TUR Berfin Elif Ceylan
23 DF   JOR Ayah Al-Majali

9 MF   TUR Busem Şeker
11 MF   TUR Leyla İlter
12 MF   NGA Precious Emuobor
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 MF   JOR Mai Sweilem
19 MF   TUR Cansu Gürel
24 MF   AZE Nazlıcan Parlak

8 FW   TUR Sümeyra Kıvanç

13   TUR Rabiya İsgi
17   TUR Ceren Akkaya
18   TUR Buse İşçi
21   TUR Selis Demirciç
33   NGA Ugochi Cynthia Emenayo
77   TUR Funda Aydınalp

Former managersEdit

International resultsEdit

Event Stage Date Venue Opponent Result Scorers
2013–14 UEFA Champions League Group 1 Aug 8, 2013   Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo   FC NSA Sofia W 2–0 Duman, Çınar.[24]
Aug 10, 2013   SFK 2000 W 2–1 Dușa (2).[25]
Aug 13, 2013   Cardiff City FC W 1–0 Duman.[26]
Round of 32 Oct 10, 2013   Turkey, İzmir   RTP Unia Racibórz W 2–1 Dușa, Çınar.[27]
Oct 17, 2013   Poland, Racibórz   RTP Unia Racibórz D 0–0 [28]
Round of 16 Nov 10, 2013   Turkey, İzmir   SV Neulengbach L 0–3 [29]
Nov 14, 2013   Austria, Neulengbach   SV Neulengbach L 0–3 [30]
2014–15 UEFA Champions League Group 1 Aug 9, 2014   Latvia, Riga   Rīgas FS W 11–0 Dușa (5), Uraz (3), Yağ, Sârghe, Topçu.[31]
Aug 11, 2014   FC Minsk W 2–1 Topçu (2).[32]
Aug 14, 2014   FC Zürich Frauen L 0–4 [33]
2015–16 UEFA Champions League Group 1 Aug 11, 2015   Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo   FC Minsk L 1–10 Özgan (o.g.), Başkol.[9]
Aug 13, 2015   KF Vllaznia Shkodër W 5–1 Çınar, Nurlu, Topçu, Hız, Yeniçeri.[10]
Aug 16, 2015   SFK 2000 L 1–3 Göksu.[11]
2016–17 UEFA Champions League Group 9 Aug 23, 2016   Netherlands, Oldenzaal   Hibernians F.C. W 5–0 Dușa, Başkol, Çınar, Nurlu, Erol.[15]
Aug 25, 2016   Ferencvárosi TC L 0–2 [16]
Aug 28, 2016   FC Twente L 2–6 Dușa, Sârghe[17]
2017–18 UEFA Champions League Group 1 Aug 22, 2017   Georgia   WFC Martve W 5–0 Dușa, Hançar (2), Çınar (2)[34]
Aug 25, 2017   Partizán Bardejov W 5–1 Çınar, Erol, Hançar (3)[35]
Aug 28, 2017   Gintra Universitetas L 1–3 Hançar[36]

Notable former playersEdit

Turkey national team members
Foreigners

HonoursEdit

Turkish Women's First Football League

Kit historyEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2013-14 home
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2013-14 away
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2014-15 home
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2015-16 home
 
 
 
 
 
2015-16 away
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2016-17 home
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2016-17 away
 
 
 
 
 
2017-18 away
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2018-19 away
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2019-20 away

SquadsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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