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Established
1914 (108 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Bornova Stadium
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Location
İzmir, Turkey

Nicknames
Büyük Altay (Great Altay)

Competitions
Turkish 1 Lig
Turkish Cup

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Upcoming Events
01 Oct 22 Altay  -  Eyüpspor
10 Oct 22 Altay  -  Rizespor
15 Oct 22 Manisa BBSK  -  Altay
22 Oct 22 Altay  -  Erzurumspor
30 Oct 22 Sakaryaspor  -  Altay

Latest Results
16 Sep 22 Malatyaspor  0 - 0  Altay
11 Sep 22 Altay  2 - 0  BB Bodrumspor
04 Sep 22 Adanaspor  1 - 1  Altay
28 Aug 22 Altay  1 - 3  Keçiörengücü
21 Aug 22 Pendikspor  1 - 0  Altay

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Altay Spor Kulübü is a Turkish professional football club based in the city of İzmir. Formed in 1914, Altay are nicknamed Büyük Altay (Great Altay). The club colors are black and white, and they currently play their home matches at the Bornova Stadium, while a new stadium is under construction at the site of the Altay Alsancak Stadium, where they previously played.

Domestically, the club has finished third place for the Süper Lig three times and have won the Turkish Cup twice. They hold the record for most İzmir Football League titles with 14. They are the most successful İzmir-based club with 16 championships in various competitions.

Collecting 24 points of first halve of 1969–70 season in undefeated 15 games with 9 wins and 6 draws, Altay SK is one of six non-champion clubs that topped the first half of 1. Lig table, along with Kocaelispor in 1992–93, and Sivasspor in 2007–08, 2008–09 and 2019–20.

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Thaciano
#16



Murat
Akça




Omer
Arslan




Daouda
Bamba




Leandro
Kappel




Cebrail
Karayel




Mohammad
Naderi




İbrahim
Öztürk




Adrien
Regattin
#9



César
Tamayo




Khaly
Thiam



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Stadium or Home

Bornova Stadium (Turkish: Bornova Stadyumu) is a stadium in the Bornova district of Izmir, Turkey. It was opened to public in 2016 with a capacity of 6,041 spectators. It is the home venue for both Göztepe S.K. (2016–2019), Altay S.K. and Altınordu F.K..

Doğanlar Stadium was inaugurated on 1 October 2016, with a match between Göztepe S.K. and Elazığspor. After the official opening in 8 October 2016, the name was changed from "Doğanlar Stadı" to "Bornova Aziz Kocaoğlu Stadı".

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