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TSYD Cup

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TSYD Cup

The TSYD Cup is a defunct football competition in Turkey. The tournament started in 1963. It was played throughout 6 regions of Turkey: Adana, Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Konya, and Trabzon. The competition's major leg which was played between the Big Three of Turkey; Fenerbahçe SK, Galatasaray SK, and Beşiktaş JK became defunct in 2000. The competition is still running in Ankara with four clubs, prior to the first week of each season.

Past winners

Adana

Club Times won
Adana Demirspor 9
Adanaspor 8
Gaziantepspor 5
Iskenderunspor 2
Istanbulspor 1

Ankara

Club Times won
Ankaragücü 17
Gençlerbirliği 12
Ankaraspor 2
Gençlerbirliği Oftaşspor 1
Eskişehirspor 1
Boluspor 1
Zonguldakspor 1
Malatyaspor 1
Konyaspor 1
Gaziantepspor 1
Trabzonspor 1
Kayserispor 1
Istanbulspor 1
Samsunspor 1

Istanbul

Club Times won
Beşiktaş J.K. 12
Galatasaray S.K. 12
Fenerbahçe S.K. 12

Izmir

Club Times won
Altay S.K. 14
Göztepe 9
Karşıyaka SK 8
Altınordu 2
Denizlispor 2
Izmirspor 1
Aydınspor 1

Konya

Club Times won
Konyaspor 4
Gençlerbirliği 1

Trabzon

Club Times won
Trabzonspor 2
Çaykur Rizespor 1
Akçaabat Sebatspor 1
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