Galatasaray

Solar energy plant to be built on Galatasaray stadium

Galatasaray sealed a deal with Turkish energy company Enerjisa on March 9 that will install a solar energy power plant on the roof of its football stadium that will produce electricity for the venue.

Galatasaray President Mustafa Cengiz, club officials and Enerjisa CEO Murat Pınar attended the signing ceremony at Istanbul's Turk Telekom Stadium.

Umut Bulut breaks Süper Lig appearance record

Turkish football player Umut Bulut has broken all-time record for Turkish Süper Lig appearance with 504 matches.

Bulut took the pitch in the starting 11 when his club Yeni Malatyaspor hosted Ittifak Holding Konyaspor on Feb. 20.

Yeni Malatyaspor said on Twitter that the club from Turkey's east awarded the veteran striker with a plate to honor him before the Konyaspor match.

Galatasaray beat Fenerbahçe1-0 at Kadıköy

Galatasaray claimed a 1-0 away victory against Fenerbahçe in Feb. 6's Turkish Süper Lig derby.

Fenerbahçe hosted Galatasaray at the most anticipated game of week 24 at the Ülker Stadium.

In the 39th minute, Galatasaray goalie Fernando Muslera produced a brilliant save to tip over a strike from Jose Sosa.

Neither team was able to break the deadlock in the first half.

Işıl Alben parts ways with Galatasaray basketball team

Turkish female point guard Işıl Alben announced on June 15 that she has parted ways with the Galatasaray women's basketball team. 

"The club unilaterally terminated my new season contract on Jan. 31, 2020. I was called to meet in the first week of February and said that I was ready to make my sacrifice," she said on Instagram.

Partizan invited to the Champions League!

"Sportando" reports that these teams received an invitation on the same day when it was announced that Darussafaka, Ritas and Bilbao had officially transferred from the Eurocup to the FIBA competition.
Partizan is currently a member of the Eurocup and the only representative of Serbia, i.e. the ABA league, in the quarterfinals of the competition that may be played in our country.

Galatasaray confirms case of COVID-19

Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray said early on May 15 that a member of its staff has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

In a statement, the club said the team- including players as well as head coach Fatih Terim- plus the technical team and health, executive and support staff underwent polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing.

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