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Malatyaspor

Malatya SK is a Turkish sports club based in Malatya, mainly concentrated on football. Malatyaspor are currently playing in the TFF Third League. Previously their colors were yellow and black (before 1984). They played in First League for 11 seasons. They are the first and only team located in Eastern Anatolia which qualified for a European cup, 2003-04 UEFA Cup. They relegated to amateur level after matches played in 31 March 2011. They finally relegated to Malatya First Amateur League after five successive relegation due to financial difficulties.

League participations

European Cups

UEFA Cup/Europa League:
Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2003–04 1R FC Basel 0–2 2–1 (aet) 2-3

Current squad

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | GK |Önder Biçer

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Mustafa Sert

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Alper Akici

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Ali Şimşek

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Buğra Dinler

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Mahmut Acar

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | DF |Mehmet Yoldaş

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Ahmet Çetinkaya

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Fatih Sezer


|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Mert Güneş

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Murat Avcu

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Mustafa Aslan

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Talat Akça

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Tuncay Selçuk

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Uğur Gölgeli

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | MF |Volkan Aydın

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | FW |Güven Gürsoy

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | FW |Hakan Koç

|- class="vcard agent" | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: right;" | | style="text-align: center;" | FW |Ergun Cengiz


Notable former players

External links

  • Malatyaspor's official web site


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