Beşiktaş J.K.

Beşiktaş J.K.

Football club infobox

current = Turkcell Super League 2007-08

fullname = Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü
nickname = "Kara Kartallar" (The Black Eagles)
founded = 1903
ground = BJK İnönü Stadium, Istanbul, Turkey
capacity = 32,806cite web| url= | title=Turkish Football Federation (TFF) Information Pages (2007-2008 Season) | accessdate=2007-12-02]
chairman = flagicon|Turkey Yıldırım Demirören
manager = flagicon|Turkey Mustafa Denizli
League = Turkcell Süper Lig
season = 2007-08
position = Turkcell Süper Lig, 3rd
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Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü (commonly Beşiktaş, pronounced|bɛʃɪktɑːʃ) (English: "Beşiktaş Gymnastics Club") is a professional sports club based in Beşiktaş district in Istanbul, Turkey. Founded in 1903, and registered 13 January 1910, it is the first registered sports club in Turkey. [ [ Registration date] ] The club competes in numerous branches including football, basketball, volleyball, handball, athletics, boxing, wrestling, chess, cards bridge, gymnastics, rowing, table tennis, and paralympic sports.cite web
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The home ground of Beşiktaş is İnönü Stadium with 32,145 seating capacity after the renovation conducted in 2004.cite web| url= | title=Kulübümüz >> BJK İnönü Stadı (Eng: Our Club: BJK Inonu Stadium) | accessdate=2007-12-02] The stadium is located by the Bosphorus, near the world famous Dolmabahçe Palace.cite news
title = Pele 'Beşiktaş' dedi (Eng: Pele said: "Beşiktaş")
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publisher = NTVMSNBC website
date = 2007-10-20
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Beşiktaş is the first modern sports club in Istanbul, established during the late Ottoman period (1903). A group of 22 young individuals gathered on certain days of the week and did bodily exercises in the Serencebey neighborhood of Beşiktaş in the fall of 1902 in the garden of the mansion of Osman Paşa, who was then the Medine Guard. The sports branches that these youths, who included the sons of Osman Pasha, Mehmet Şamil and Hüseyin Bereket and the youths of the neighborhood, Ahmet Fetgeri, Mehmet Ali Fetgeri, Nazımnazif, Cemil Feti and Şevket, were horizontal bar, parallel bar, wrestling, weight lifting and gymnastics. When the men of Abdülhamit the Second, who had secret agents go around fearing any gathering activities because of political actions, heard about this; the exercising youths were taken to the police station after a raid. The tense situation was relaxed as some of these youths were close to palace officers and as they did not play soccer, which was in disfavor in those days, and as it was realized that they only did bodily exercises. In fact, Şeyhzade Abdülhalim, who had relations with the Palace, supported these youths and started to watch the practices frequently. Famous boxer and Wrestler Kenan Bey came to the practices and started to show wrestling and boxing tricks. Bereket Gymnastic Club was founded under a special permission in 1903. The sporting activities gained some more freedom with the declaration of Constitutional Monarchy in 1908. After the political events of March 31, 1909, Fuat Balkan and Mazhar Kazancı, who were in Edirne, came to Istanbul with the Movement Army. After the political events settled down, Fuat Balkan, who was a good fencing coach and Mazhar Kazancı, who was a good wrestler and weight lifter, found the youths involved in gymnastics in Serencebey and got them to agree to doing sports together. Fuat Balkan made the space under his home in Ihlamur the Club’s headquarters and the title of Bereket Gymnastics Club was changed to Beşiktaş Ottoman Gymnastics Club. Thus, a strong sports club; where gymnastics, wrestling, boxing, fencing and athletics were emphasized, was formed. Refik and Şerafettin Beys, friends of Fuat Bey, were too good fencers. In the meantime, Beşiktaş Ottoman Gymnastics Club became the first registered Turkish sports club on January 13, 1910 with the encouragement of Beyoğlu Governor Muhittin Bey. The interest among the youths of the neighborhood in the sports club grew and the number of members involved in sports suddenly went up to 150. The headquarters of the club was moved from Ihlamur to the building no. 49 in Akaretler. When this building was too small after a while; the building no. 84, again in Akaretler, became headquarters. The yard behind this building was turned into a sports pitch.

Some of the young patriots from the Beşiktaş district of İstanbul formed two football clubs called "Valideçeşme" and "Basiret", under the leadership of Şeref Bey. Valideçeşme and Basiret football clubs joined under Beşiktaş Ottoman Gymnastics Club in 1911. In a very short time, football became the foremost branch in the club.

The original colours of the team were "red and white", but these were substituted with the present "black and white" as a sign of mourning for the loss of Turkish lands on the Balkan peninsula following the Balkan Wars (1912-1913). Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü was the only sports club in Turkey and the team served as the Turkish national team for some occasions. Therefore, Beşiktaş JK is the only Turkish club which is allowed to carry the Turkish flag on its badge.

Legend of the Black Eagles (Nicknames)

The nickname of Beşiktaş is the Black Eagle. It was first used in 1940s and established among fans and Turkish football history since then.

Beşiktaş, the title holder of the previous two seasons started the 1940-41 season with a young and renewed team. Beşiktaş, which opened up its lead as weeks went by, was the leader in the league. Five weeks remaining to the end, the opponent was Süleymaniye. Beşiktaş had started the game in Şeref Stadium refereed by Semih Turansoy on Sunday January 19, 1941, with the following players: Faruk, Yavuz, İbrahim, Rıfat, Halil, Hüseyin, Şakir, Hakkı, Şükrü, Şeref, Eşref. As in all games of that season, the team played magnificently. Half way through the second half of the game, Beşiktaş attacked endlessly despite being in front. Just then, a voice was heard from Şeref Stadı stands towards which Beşiktaş was attacking where there was an Atatürk panel. "Come on Black Eagles. Attack Black Eagles". Thousands of fans and journalists following the game that filled Şeref Stadium were frozen by the echoing sound. What was done was an extremely correct observation. It was not possible to describe the Beşiktaş players who crushed over their opponents that season as anything other than “Black Eagles” and the football they played as anything other than “Attacking like Black Eagles”. The owner of the voice coming from the stands was a fisherman called Mehmet Galin. Beşiktaş closed the game with a 6-0 win with 3 magnificent goals volleyed in by Şeref Görkey, who was known as volleyer Şeref and one goal each by Captain Hakkı, Şakir and Şükrü.

Another nickname of the club is "Sekiztaş", which is given after the historical Champions League match against Liverpool that ended up with a score of 8-0 in 6th of November, 2007. The annoying nickname "Sekiztaş" means eight-stone ("sekiz": eight, "taş": stone) in Turkish.

Milne Era

Beşiktaş had their most successful run in the Turkish League with three consecutive championships under the management of Gordon Milne in the early 90s. Three players of the squad; Metin Tekin, Ali Gültiken, Feyyaz Uçar were notable for significant contributions to the team during this period. These players had been called "Metin-Ali-Feyyaz" (shorty: MAF) as they formed the front of the team line-up. The supporters composed various chants for the trio devoted to their delighting style on the pitch, their goals and above all for their friendship and modesty. They are regarded by supporters as the best trio and attacking line of the club ever. This was the only three-in-a-row title term of club history in 1989-90, 1990-91 and 1991-92 seasons. Most notably, Beşiktaş became the first undefeated champion in the Turkish League history. cite news
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] It is the only team to achieve the honors.

Milne had adopted the 4-4-2 system. By playing down the lines and crossing, the team scored many goals through aerial challenges. On 15 October 1989, Beşiktaş broke the Turkish League record for the biggest margin in a game with a 10-0 victory over Southern Turkey team Adana Demirspor. cite news
title = Besiktas – Adana Demirspor : 10-0
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] This match was enrolled as one of the 16 biggest matches of the club history.cite news
title = Basarilarimiz (Eng: Our Achievements)
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*Turkish League Championships:
**Winners (12): 1957*, 1958*, 1959-1960, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1981-82, 1985-86, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1994-95, 2002-03
**Runners-up (14): 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1967-68, 1973-74, 1984-85, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1992-93, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2006-07
*Turkish Cup:
**Winners (7): 1975, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2006, 2007
**Runners-up (6): 1966, 1977, 1984, 1993, 1999, 2002
*Turkish Super Cup:
**Winners (1): 2006
**Runners-up (1): 2007

Note: Actually Beşiktaş won ten league titles in Turkish Super League. But Beşiktaş total includes the Turkish Federation League, which was played for 2 seasons (1957 and 1958). Beşiktaş won this league both years. This league was accepted as the equivalent to Turkish Super League in the meeting of Turkish Football Federation (TFF) held on 20 March 2002 and gave two bonus championships to Beşiktaş as a sop by Haluk Ulusoy, the jaundiced ex-president of TFF.

Records and honours

Records and honours include:
*First sports club founded in Turkey (1903).
*The first and only undefeated winner of the Turkish League.
*Longest streak of undefeated games in the Turkish League (56)."Yenilmez Armada",("Unbeaten Armada").
*Won 5 consecutive Istanbul League championships(1939-1943).
*Most games won in row (18).
*Most goals scored in Istanbul League, 90 goals in a season, 599 in 8 seasons.
*First winner of the Turkish Super Cup (2006); won against Galatasaray, 1-0.
*The biggest defeat ever in Champions League history by losing 8-0 against Liverpool.

Colours and Badge

Since only individual sports were done at the beginning in the Osman Pasha Mansion, there was no need for any colours for a uniform. However, the number of sportsmen increased with new youths who joined sport teams each passing day. Mehmet Şamil Bey (first president of the Club), who had graduated from the French school gathered the Founders Committee. He removed the pin he used in his school days bearing the colours of his school from his lapel and showed it around. He said “We must have a pin just like this one made and we must force all members who attend sports in our Club to bear this pin”. Those attending the meeting eagerly agreed to Mehmet Şamil Bey’s proposal. At the end of the meeting, the colours of the Club to be shown on the pin were decided. The two principal colours of nature in full contrast to each other were chosen as the Club colours: black and white.

The date Beşiktaş’s first badge was made was written as “1906” in Latin years inspired by the badges in the French school. On top, it said “Beşiktaş” in Arabic letters, the letter “J” was placed on the rights and letter “K” was placed on the left. On the back of the badge, there was a script saying it was made in Constantinople and there was the seal of the craftsmen who made the badge on the inside. It is interesting that the star on the crest on the badge has 6 points. This 6-pointed star was used until the 2nd Constitutional Monarchy (1908). This badge was donated by Iskender Yakak to Süleyman Seba, the Honorary President of Beşiktaş J.K.

The current emblem of Beşiktaş symbolizes the foundation date. There are two white and three black bars on the emblem. It consists of nine parts in total. There is one white bar, three black bars, and another white bar, and there are nine parts in total. Thus: 1319, the year of the club's foundation. (The Islamic calendar was still used in the Ottoman Empire at the time of the club's foundation. 1319 is the equivalent of 1903 in Gregorian Calendar.)

The Turkish flag which appears in Beşiktaş's emblem is a gift from the Turkish Football Federation. Beşiktaş earned the right to incorporate the flag after having its full roster drafted as the Turkish national team playing against the Greek national team on May 16, 1952. Beşiktaş is the only Turkish team with this right.

Colours of Besiktas used to be red and white, but when the whole team died in the first world war, they decided to change their colours to black and white out of respect for those that died. Also they started as a club before 1903, stopped due to the war, then re-started after the first world war.


. The tartan track was removed within the scope of these activities and the ground was lowered by 4 meters to increase the capacity of the stadium to 32.086 people. It complies with the UEFA standards.

According to the great football legend Pelé, BJK İnönü Stadium has the most beautiful view of any stadium in the world. [ [ Daily Telegraph] : "Derbies between the 'Black Eagles' of Besiktas and Galatasaray are known to be volatile, though the 5,000-capacity Inonu Stadium, set in a green and prosperous part of Istanbul, has been described by Pelé as 'one of the most beautiful football grounds in the world'."] [ [ The Global Game - Stadium Murder] ] While seated on the tribunes of this stadium, one can see the Bosporus, Dolmabahçe Palace, Dolmabahçe Clock Tower, Dolmabahçe Mosque, and the famous Kız Kulesi (Maiden's Tower) [ [ Turkish Daily News - Murder at Inonu Stadium] ] [ [ The Guardian - Fan Ban for Beşiktaş After Killing] ] [ [ Sabah - Ölüm Stadı (Eng: Stadium of Death)] tr icon] . It is the only stadium in the world from which a football fan can view [ [ - Beşiktaş Fan's Death] ] two continents, Europe and Asia, which are separated by the Bosporus.


Beşiktaş have one of the biggest number of supporters population alongside Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe.cite news
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tr icon] There are also many groups supporting Beşiktaş. In fact, Çarşı is the most known group among the others with its international prominence.cite news
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tr icon] [ [ Turkish Daily News - Bloody conflict in Beşiktaş fan group] ] They are famous [ [ ZAMAN - Çarşı'nın içindeki kavga ölümle bitti (Eng: The Fight in Carsi Ended Up With Death)] tr icon] for creative chants and sociopolitical banners [ [ SABAH - Murder For Free Tickets] ] [ [ SABAH - Murder in the tribunes; but the managers remain silent] ] . However, the group is under discussions recently, after the declaration of the conclusion of the group.cite news
title = Beşiktaş’ın Taraftar Grubu “Çarşı” Kendini Feshetti.
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Notable fans

* Ahmet Necdet Sezer , former president of Turkey [cite news
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*Abdullah Gül, current president of the Republic of Turkey
* Bülent Ecevit, leader of the DSP (Democratic Left Party) and former prime minister of Turkey
* İsmet İnönü, second President of Turkey, politician, diplomat, general.
* Erdal İnönü, former leader of the SHP (Social Democratic People's Party), former prime minister, physicist and the son of the second president of Turkey, İsmet İnönü.
* Hikmet Çetin, former speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, and NATO Secretary General's former senior civilian representative in Afghanistan [cite news
title = Çetin in spite of (Suleyman) Seba
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* Pervez Musharraf, former president of Pakistan [cite news
title = Anadolu Ajansi Haberler
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quote = Besiktas Club also sent a membership card to Musharraf who spent his childhood in Turkey and is known as a fan of Besiktas.
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* Süleyman Demirel, former president of Turkey [cite news
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quote = Süleyman Demirel: Beşiktaş bir sevdadır (Eng: Demirel: "Besiktas is a passionate love")
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Current squad

According to the official website, as of Aug 4, 2008: [cite web|url= |title=Squad |accessdate=2008-01-18 |work=Official webpage ] [cite web|url= |title=Besiktas Squad |accessdate=2008-07-28 |work=TFF Official webpage ] fs player | no=11 | pos=FW | nat=Turkey | name=Mert Nobre ( vice-captain )

Notable players

;flagicon|Turkey Turkey
* Ahmet Dursun
* Ali Gültiken
* Ertuğrul Sağlam
* Feyyaz Uçar
* Gürol Arkan
* Hakkı Yeten
* İbrahim Üzülmez
* İlhan Mansız
* Kemal Batmaz
* Metin Tekin
* Nihat Kahveci
* Oktay Derelioğlu
* Rasim Kara
* Recep Çetin
* Rıza Çalımbay
* Sadri Usuoğlu
* Samet Aybaba
* Sergen Yalçın
* Süleyman Seba
* Şükrü Gülesin
* Tümer Metin
* Ali İhsan Karayiğit
* Ali Kemal Denizci
* Birol Pekel
* Bülent Aziz Esel
* Faruk Karadoğan
* Faruk Sağnak
* Gürol Arkan
* Gökhan Keskin
* Güven Önüt
* Kemal Batmaz
* Rüstü Recber
* Hüseyin Saygun
* Hüsnü Savman
* Kaya Köstepen
* Kemal Gülçelik
* Mehmet Ekşi
* Nazmi Bilge
* Necmi Mutlu
* Recep Adanır
* Refik Osman Top
* Sabri Dino
* Sanlı Sarıalioğlu
* Şenol Birol
* Şeref Görkey
* Şevket Yorulmaz
* Varol Ürkmez
* Yusuf Tunaoğlu

;flagicon|Argentina Argentina
* Federico Higuaín
* Matias Delgado
* Osvaldo Nartallo

;flagicon|Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Saed Halilagic
* Dževad Šećerbegović

;flagicon|Brazil Brazil
* Ailton
* Amaral
* Bobo
* Kleberson
* Ricardinho
* Ronaldo Guiaro
* Zago

;flagicon|Bulgaria Bulgaria
* Yordan Letchkov
* Zlatko Yankov

;flagicon|Chile Chile
* Rodrigo Tello

;flagicon|Colombia Colombia
* Óscar Córdoba

;flagicon|Croatia Croatia
* Marijan Mrmić
* Vedran Runje
* Anthony Šerić

;flagicon|Czech Republic Czech Republic
* Tomáš Jun
* Tomáš Zápotočný
* Tomáš Sivok

;flagicon|Denmark Denmark
* Peter Kjær

;flagicon|Egypt Egypt
* Ahmed Hassan

;flagicon|England England
* Les Ferdinand (1988-89)
* Alan Walsh

;flagicon|France France
* Pascal Nouma
* Edouard Cisse

;flagicon|Germany Germany
* Raimond Aumann
* Stefan Kuntz
* Markus Münch
* Mustafa Doğan
* Thomas Hengen
* Sixten Veit
* Oliver Schafer

;flagicon|Iceland Iceland
* Eyjólfur Sverrisson

;flagicon|Italy Italy
* Federico Giunti

;flagicon|Morocco Morocco
* Jamal Sellami

;flagicon|Nigeria Nigeria
* Daniel Amokachi
* Christopher Ohen
* Ike Shorunmu

;flagicon|Norway Norway
* Arild Stavrum
* John Carew
* Ronny Johnsen
* Thomas Myhre

;flagicon|Peru Peru
* José del Solar

;flagicon|Poland Poland
* Jaroslaw Bako

;flagicon|Romania Romania
* Marius Măldărăşanu
* Adrian Ilie
* Daniel Pancu

;flagicon|Russia Russia
* Dmitri Khlestov

;flagicon|Scotland Scotland
* Ian Wilson

;flagicon|Senegal Senegal
* Lamine Diatta

;flagicon|Serbia Serbia
* Mitar Mrkela

;flagicon|Slovakia Slovakia
* Miroslav Karhan
* Filip Hološko

;flagicon|South Africa South Africa
* Fani Madida

;flagicon|Spain Spain
* Juanfran

;flagicon|Sweden Sweden
* Mattias Asper

;flagicon|Tunisia Tunisia
* Zoubeir Baya;flagicon|Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
* Mirsad Kovaceviç
* Rade Zalad

Beşiktaş managers

Beşiktaş has had managers from all over Europe. Şeref Bey is the teams longest serving manager, managing the club for 14 years. The most successful manager is Gordon Milne, winning the league 3 times in a row and other trophies.


According to official web site. [ [ Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü ] ]

*flagicon|Turkey Mehmet Şamil Osmanoğlu (1903-1908)
*flagicon|Turkey Şükrü Paşa (1908-1911)
*flagicon|Turkey Fuat Paşa (1911-1918)
*flagicon|Turkey Fuat Balkan (1918-1923)
*flagicon|Turkey Salih Bey (1923-1924)
*flagicon|Turkey Ahmet Fetgeri Aşeni (1924-1926)
*flagicon|Turkey Fuat Balkan (1926-1928)
*flagicon|Turkey Ahmet Fetgeri Aşeni (1928-1930)
*flagicon|Turkey Emin Şükrü Kurt (1930-1932)
*flagicon|Turkey Abdülkadir Ziya Karamürsel (1932-1935)
*flagicon|Turkey Fuat Balkan (1935-1938)
*flagicon|Turkey Abdülkadir Ziya Karamürsel (1938-1939)
*flagicon|Turkey Yusuf Ziya Erdem (1939-1941)
*flagicon|Turkey Abdülkadir Ziya Karamürsel (1941-1942)
*flagicon|Turkey Abdullah Ziya Kozanoğlu (1942-1950)
*flagicon|Turkey Ekrem Amaç (1950)
*flagicon|Turkey Salih Fuat Keçeci (1950-1952)
*flagicon|Turkey Abdullah Ziya Kozanoğlu (1952-1955)
*flagicon|Turkey Tahir Sögütlü (1955-1956)
*flagicon|Turkey Danyal Akbel (1956-1957)
*flagicon|Turkey Ferhat Nasır (1957)
*flagicon|Turkey Nuri Togay (1957-1958)
*flagicon|Turkey Enver Kaya (1958)
*flagicon|Turkey Nuri Togay (1959-1960)
*flagicon|Turkey Hakkı Yeten (1960-1963)
*flagicon|Turkey Selahattin Akel (1963-1964)
*flagicon|Turkey Hakkı Yeten (1964-1966)
*flagicon|Turkey Hasan Salman (1966-1967)
*flagicon|Turkey Hakkı Yeten (1967-1968)
*flagicon|Turkey Talat Asal (1968-1969)
*flagicon|Turkey Rüştü Erkuş (1969-1970)
*flagicon|Turkey Nuri Togay (1970)
*flagicon|Turkey Agasi Şen (1970-1971)
*flagicon|Turkey Himmet Ünlü (1971-1972)
*flagicon|Turkey Şekip Okçuoğlu (1972-1973)
*flagicon|Turkey Mehmet Üstünkaya (1973-1977)
*flagicon|Turkey Gazi Akınal (1977-1979)
*flagicon|Turkey Hüseyin Cevahir (1979)
*flagicon|Turkey Gazi Akınal (1979-1980)
*flagicon|Turkey Rıza Kumruoğlu (1980-1981)
*flagicon|Turkey Mehmet Üstünkaya (1981-1984)
*flagicon|Turkey Süleyman Seba (1984-2000)
*flagicon|Turkey Serdar Bilgili (2000-2004)
*flagicon|Turkey Yıldırım Demirören (2004-)


External links

*tr icon [ Beşiktaş official website]
*tr icon [ Beşiktaş websites & news]
*tr icon [ Turkish football federation team profile]
*tr icon [ Beşiktaş Academy official multimedia]

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