Dutch midfielder and captain Wesley Sneijder says the Netherlands want a win against Turkey in their UEFA Euro 2016 qualification match in Amsterdam on March 28, despite the squad being dogged by injuries.
Turkish Airlines is set to become the official airline sponsor of the UEFA Champions League for a term of three years, the company announced March 24.
UEFA president Michel Platini on March 24 warned of a return to the "dark days" of hooliganism in Europe fired by a rise in nationalism and extremism.
Fenerbahçe edges out Beşiktaş with an eleventh-hour winner, granting their Istanbul rival Galatasaray the top seat in the league
Michel Platini will on March 24 be elected to a third term as head of European governing body UEFA, putting him on course to add master sports powerbroker to his status as a football legend
Manchester City face a huge challenge if they are to reach the last eight of the Champions League for the first time ever by overturning a 2-1 first leg deficit when they travel to an in-form Barcelona on March 18.
A just-published study highlights how commerce and glitz are reinforcing support for autocracy by international sports associations and undermining the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) newly-found resolve to hold potential host cities to human rights standards to which world football body FIFA pays lip service
Unbeaten in 12 European games this season, Club Brugge takes on a highly motivated Beşiktaş, which surprisingly knocked out Liverpool out of the Europa League in the last round
Beşiktaş has drawn against Club Brugge Feb. 27 in the Europa League Round of 16, following its major victory over Premier League giant Liverpool
Istanbul’s Beşiktaş kicks Liverpool out of the UEFA Europa League in penalties as Mersey side’s Joe Allen misses it
Hakan Arıkan, the Turkish goalkeeper of Trabzonspor who conceded four goals against Napoli in the last 32-stage first leg game of the Europa League on Feb. 19, has uniquely bad memories with Napoli coach Rafael Benitez.
With a 8-0 loss in 2007 still in mind, Istanbul’s Black Eagles visit Liverpool in a first leg tie of the teams’ Europe League last 32 clash. Turkey’s Trabzonspor, meanwhile, will test itself against Napoli
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Turkish Cypriot Economy, Tourism, Culture and Sports Minister Serdar Denktaş is fuming nowadays on two issues.
SALT Ulus in Ankara is presenting media artist Ege Berensel’s multi-screen video installation on the story of sports club Dinamo Mesken, established in the northwestern province of Bursa in 1975.
The head of the Turkish Cypriot Federation (KTFF) has decided to apply for membership in the Greek Cypriot football federation in a bid to prevent players from signing contracts with foreign teams, namely Turkey, without any fees.
England's Premier League clubs spent a record 950 million pounds on the August and January transfers this season even though spending in the winter window matched last year's figure of 130 million, according to accountancy firm Deloitte.
Football's world governing body FIFA announced on Feb. 2 that four candidates are bidding to become its president, including long-time incumbent Sepp Blatter.
Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
While Turkey seems to be on a downward path in democracy, freedom of speech and fighting against corruption, the situation of the country’s football is no different.
Fed up with violence, tension, poor attendance, a much-debated e-ticket system and many other problems, one of Turkey’s largest football sponsors withdraws from the game
FIFA Vice President Prince Ali Bin al-Hussein’s announcement that he will challenge the world football body’s four-time president, Sepp Blatter, in elections later this year has definitively turned the poll into a battle for the group’s future.
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