Name
Turkish Super Lig

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Established
1959 (63 years old)

First Recorded Event
2019-02-24

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3552

Sport
Soccer

Location
Turkey

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Super Lig

TV Rights
US - beIN SPORTS [2017-2022]

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Upcoming Events
21 May 22 Altay 2 - 4 Kasimpasa
21 May 22 Sivasspor 2 - 1 Kayserispor
21 May 22 Besiktas 1 - 1 Konyaspor
21 May 22 Malatyaspor 0 - 5 Fenerbahce
22 May 22 Hatayspor  - Giresunspor
22 May 22 Istanbul Basaks  - Trabzonspor
22 May 22 Karagumruk  - Alanyaspor
22 May 22 Adana Demirspor  - Goztepe

Latest Results
20 May 22 Antalyaspor 1 - 1  Galatasaray
20 May 22 Gaziantep FK 2 - 0  Rizespor
16 May 22 Rizespor 1 - 2  Sivasspor
16 May 22 Galatasaray 3 - 2  Adana Demirspor
15 May 22 Alanyaspor 3 - 0  Gaziantep FK
15 May 22 Fenerbahce 0 - 0  Karagumruk
15 May 22 Goztepe 0 - 2  Besiktas
15 May 22 Kasimpasa 2 - 4  Antalyaspor
15 May 22 Giresunspor 1 - 1  Istanbul Basaks
15 May 22 Trabzonspor 2 - 1  Altay

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The Süper Lig (Super League) is a Turkish professional league for association football clubs. It is the top-flight of the Turkish football league system and is run by the Turkish Football Federation. Eighteen clubs compete annually, where a champion is decided and three clubs are promoted and relegated from, and to, the 1. Lig. The season runs from August to May, with each club playing 34 matches. Matches are played Friday through Monday.

The competition was initially established as the Millî Lig (National League) in 1959 - the first professional nationwide league competition held in Turkey. The league succeeded the Turkish Football Championship and the National Division, both being former top-level national competitions. The Süper Lig is currently 11th in the UEFA coefficient ranking of leagues based on club performances in European competitions over the last five years. A total of 68 clubs have competed in the Süper Lig, but only five have won the title to date: Galatasaray (22), Fenerbahçe (19), Beşiktaş (15), Trabzonspor (6) and Bursaspor (1).

Seasons

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Adana Demirspor
-8

Alanyaspor
-7

Altay
-9

Antalyaspor
-4

Besiktas

Fenerbahce

Galatasaray

Gaziantep FK
-8

Giresunspor
-8

Goztepe
-6

Hatayspor
-7

Istanbul Basaks

Karagumruk
-2

Kasimpasa
-5

Kayserispor
-2

Konyaspor
-9

Malatyaspor
-6

Rizespor
-6

Sivasspor
-3

Trabzonspor

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