Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The leader of Turkey’s main opposition party will watch Beşiktaş’s UEFA Europa League tie against in the stadium alongside çArşı, as an act of solidarity with the supporters’ group whose members were recently charged with 'attempting to stage a coup'
A film on Istanbul United, an alliance of rival football fans that formed during last year’s Gezi Park protests, will be shown at the Istanbul Film Festival next month
Beşiktaş takes on Antalyaspor tonight, hoping to bounce back from a Spor Toto Super League defeat against one of its greatest rivals.
The Turkish national football team sent out positive messages ahead of its European Championship qualifier campaign, beating Sweden 2-1 in a friendly game in Ankara
A battle between PM Erdoğan and Islamic scholar Gülen over how to handle the match fixing scandal amounted to a struggle for control over Fenerbahçe
Title hopefuls Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray take on relegation battlers in two Super League games over the weekend.
The Lions prevailed against the Black Eagles with a single goal from a penalty and move to 44 points, three behind Fenerbahçe
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