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Established
1923 (97 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
19 Mayis Stadyumu
(19,209 Capacity)

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Ankara

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Turkish Super Lig

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Gençlerbirliği Spor Kulübü (pronounced Turkish pronunciation: ), commonly known simply as Gençlerbirliği, are a professional Turkish sports club based in the city of Ankara, Turkey. Formed in 1923, Gençlerbirliği are nicknamed Ankara Rüzgârı (The Wind of Ankara) or simply Gençler (The Youth). The club colours are black and red. They currently play their home matches at Eryaman Stadium, following the closure of the Ankara 19 Mayıs.

Domestically, the club have won the Turkish Cup twice, in 1987 and 2001. They have also won the former Turkish Football Championship twice and the Ankara Football League a record nine times. In Europe, Gençlerbirliği's greatest success came in 2004. The club reached the fourth round of the UEFA Cup before losing to eventual champions Valencia.

Team Members
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Ubeyd
Adiyaman



Artun
Akcakin



Taylan
Antalyali



Kari
Arnason



Hakan
Aslantas



Floyd
Ayite



Hikmet
Balioglu



Sedat
Bayrak



Onur
Bayramoglu



Cagri
Bulbul



Ahmet
Yilmaz


Nizamettin
Caliskan



Daniel
Candeias


Yusuf
Cekic



Mervan
Celik



Atabey
Cicek



Ugur
Ciftci



Ugur
Ciftci



Nadir
Ciftci



Nadir
Ciftci



Johan
Dahlin



Ferhat
Gorgulu



Jean-Jacques
Gosso



Ozgur
Ileri



Irfan
Kahveci



Ferhat
Kaplan



Doga
Kaya



Guido
Kocer



Ramazan
Kose



Serkan
Kurtulus



Elvis
Manu



Deniz
Naki



Kristoffer
Nordfeldt



Ahmet
Oguz



Halil
Pehlivan



Pierre
Yves


Tokelo
Rantie



Selcuk
Sahin



Milan
Smiljanic



Bogdan
Stancu



Nemanja
Tomic



Berat
Tosun



Ermin
Zec


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Stadium or Home

Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium (Turkish: Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadyumu) is the home venue for three of Ankara's Süper Lig football clubs: Ankaragücü, Gençlerbirliği and Hacettepe. It was built in 1930 and is part of the 19 Mayıs Sports Complex, which is located in the Ulus district. The stadium has a capacity of 19,209 (all-seater). Ankaraspor also used this stadium until they moved to their new venue in the Yenikent district.

The stadium is named after the date May 19, 1919, when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk arrived at Samsun to start the Turkish War of Independence. Official ceremonies to celebrate the May 19th Youth and Sports Day are also being held in this stadium.

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