Fenerbahce League Records – TRT Spor

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Fenerbahçe retain the title of the team with the most points scored, won and won in a rating made considering the last 64 seasons.

With 3,701 goals scored in 2,122 league matches, the yellow-blue team became the top scoring team in the league, 49 points behind Galatasaray. Galatasaray, on the other hand, scored 3652 points in the same number of games. Besiktas, who have played 2,120 league games, are third with 3,576 points, while Trabzonspor, who have played 612, are fourth with 2,664.

Team with most wins

Of the two teams that have played a total of 2,122 games in the league’s 64-year history, Fenerbahçe lead with 1,206 wins, 13 more than Galatasaray.

Galatasaray are second with 1193 wins and Besiktas is third with 1147 wins.

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league’s top scorer

Fenerbahçe also hold the title of the team with the most goals in league history.

The yellow-dark-blue team scored a total of 3,758 goals. Galatasaray followed Fenerbahçe with his 3,000 723. Besiktas’ goals tally is his 3,480.

Conceded only 6 goals in one season

Fenerbahçe were the team that conceded the fewest goals in the history of the league, with Irie Dachu as goalkeeper.

The yellow-dark-blue team scored only 6 goals in 30 games in the 1969-1970 season. Romania’s Datsch, who conceded 0.2 goals per game, also put in a great performance in defense and went down in Turkish football history.

Matches that broke the goal record

Fenerbahçe became one of the parties to the match in which the goalscoring record in league history was broken.

In the final week of the 1991-1992 season, on May 16, 1992, in Kadikoy, Fenerbahce played Gaziantepspor, winning 8-4 between the yellow and dark blue teams. Goals into the net with a total of 12 goals went down in history as he scored the most goals in a match in Turkey’s top league.

best season start

The title of the team with the best start in league history belongs to Fenerbahçe.

Having won their first 8 wins in the 2009-2010 season, the Huangqian team improved their personal record of 7 games to retain their title.

best second half performance

Fenerbahçe reached the championship in 2010–11 with late season performances.

Under Aykut Kocaman, the yellow and dark blue team won 16 of 17 league games in the second half of the season, drew one and conceded just two goals, and were recorded as the team with the best half-time record. I was. performance.

away record

Fenerbahçe’s league record for consecutive away wins is 12 games.

The yellow-dark-blue squad, under coach Aikut Kokaman, won 12 consecutive games to set Galatasaray’s 9-game record in the series, which began by beating Gentilerbilrigi in week 18 of the 2010-2011 season. . Draw with Besiktas in Week 8 of the 2011-2012 season.

first champion

Fenerbahçe also hold the record for being the fastest team to claim the title in Turkey’s top league.

The Yellow Dark Blue Team had a happy ending with three weeks left in the 1967-1968, 1969-1970 and 2013-2014 seasons.

best season performance

Fenerbahçe became the best-performing team in a single season in league history.

The Yellow-Dark-Blue team had the most successful performance in league history during the 1988-1989 season with 29 wins, 6 draws and 1 loss in 36 games.

Champion with the most points

The title of champion with the most points belongs to Fenerbahçe.

The yellow-dark-blue team got used to a 93-point happy ending in the 1988-1989 season.

Fenerbahçe also won the title of ‘least conceded champions’ in the 1969–1970 season, scoring 6 goals in goals.

The yellow-dark-blue team had the best first half of the 2005-2006 season with 14 wins and 3 draws in 17 matches.

Meanwhile, the team with the highest single-season average in league history was the Yellow Dark Blue team, which finished the 1988-1989 season with an average of plus-76.

The only team to participate in the final week and not win the championship

Fenerbahçe are the only team in league history to be the leaders in the final week of the season and not be champions.

In the 34th and final week, the Yellow Dark Blue team lost the championship to Galatasaray in the 2005-2006 season with Denizlispor and in the 2009-2010 season with Trabzonspor to Bursaspor. .

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