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The Süper Lig is the premier division of league football in Turkey.
Football is among the most popular sports in Turkey, with at least 130 professional clubs in addition to countless other amateur footballing institutions across the Southeastern European nation.
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The Süper Lig was founded in 1959, before which the Turkish Football Championship served as the top level of league football in Turkey. Fenerbahçe were the champions of the inaugural edition of the Süper Lig.
For much of the 21st century, the Turkish Süper Lig has been ranked in and around the top 20 domestic leagues across Europe.
The number of teams participating in a Süper Lig campaign has varied in recent years. 20 teams took part in the competition during the 2023-24 season.
The most decorated team in the history of the Süper Lig is Galatasaray. The Istanbul-based club won a 23rd league championship in 2022/23, ending a four-year drought without Süper Lig success.
After enduring its most successful period during the 1960s and 70s, Fenerbahce celebrated a 19th Süper Lig title in 2013/14.
In 2021, Besiktas won the Süper Lig for a 16th time.
These three teams have mostly traded Süper Lig honours amongst themselves. When Istanbul Basaksehir won the league in 2020, it was only the second time since 1984 that a team other than Besiktas, Fenerbahce or Galatasaray were crowned champions of Turkey.
Galatasaray is also the most successful Turkish team in terms of achievements on a continental scale. After winning the UEFA Cup (precursor of the Europa League) in 2000, Gala then defeated Real Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup.
Galatasaray had previously progressed to the semi-finals of the European Cup (now known as the UEFA Champions League) in 1989, and later made it to the quarters of this tournament in 2011 and again in 2013.
Fenerbahce advanced to the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 2008. Five years later, the men in yellow and navy blue reached the last-four of the Europa League.
In 2017, Besiktas exited the Europa League at the quarter-final stage, 14 years after crashing out at the same stage of the competition.
The Intercontinental Derby is contested between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce. This fixture, also known as Ezelî Rekabet ('the Eternal Rivalry' in Turkish), sees these two teams – both native to Istanbul – go head-to-head in one of the most fierce and heated rivalries across Europe.
Galatasaray are also foes with their other neighbours, Besiktas. This century-old local derby was first staged in 1924 and the teams have shared a pitch on more than 350 occasions. There is usually a chilling atmosphere whenever Besiktas and Galatasaray collide.
Just like with Galatasaray, there is also hostility between Fenerbahce and Besiktas. The city is divided any time two of these three Istanbul giants come together, and it is a must-see encounter for any die-hard football fans.
Several Turkey internationals, past and present, have been on show in their native league in addition to a host of internationals from all around the world.
Burak Yilmaz spent the bulk of his playing career in his homeland and remarkably plied his trade for all three Istanbul rivals – Besiktas, Fenerbahce and Galatasaray. The former Turkey captain had his most prominent spell with the latter, scoring 82 goals in 141 appearances for Gala.
Arda Turan emerged from the Galatasaray youth system and spent six years with the senior team before he went on to enjoy spells with Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona in LaLiga. The 100-cap Turkey international returned to his boyhood club in 2020 and announced his retirement two years later.
Aside from local talent, household names such as Didier Drogba and former Netherlands international Wesley Sneijder also represented Galatasaray in the mid-2010s, as did Brazil midfielder Felipe Melo.
The likes of Argentina striker Mauro Icardi and Belgium playmaker Dries Mertens are among a host of other foreign talents who have been drawn to the Süper Lig in recent years. Portugal defender Pepe and ex-Germany forward Lukas Podolski also graced the pitches of the Turkish top flight.
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|New Hatay Stadium
|Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadium
|Esenyurt Necmi Kadıoğlu Stadium
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|Kadir Has Stadium
|Konya Büyükşehir Stadium
|Samsun 19 Mayıs Stadium
|New Sivas 4 Eylül Stadium
|Şenol Güneş Spor Complex Papara Park
The Süper Lig campaign starts in August.
All the teams play each other twice, home and away, and the football season usually concludes by the end of May.
At the end of the season, the four teams with the least points are relegated to the second tier of Turkish football.
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