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Turkish football league was founded in 1904 as the Istanbul Football League

Football is the most popular sport in Turkey, followed by basketball, which has its roots in the Ottoman Empire. The first games were held in 1875 in Ottoman Thessaloniki. The sport was introduced by the English. The Turkish football league system includes five professional leagues, one of which is for female athletes.

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The first Turkish football league was founded in 1904 as the Istanbul Football League. In many other cities such as Ankara, Izmir, Adana, Eskişehir, Edirne and Trabzon regional football leagues were founded. Before the introduction of the nationwide professional league, now known as the Süper Lig, there were two national championships at the highest level: the former Turkish Football Championship and the National Division. Fenerbahçe dominated Turkish football in these decades after winning three Turkish championship titles and six titles in the National Division, both records. They were replaced in 1959 by the Süper Lig football.

The Turkish national football team (Turkish: Türkiye Millî Futbol Takımı) represents Turkey in international football and is controlled by the Turkish Football Federation, the umbrella organization of Turkish football. You are connected to UEFA.

Turkey qualified for the FIFA World Cup three times in 1950, 1954 and 2002, despite retiring in 1950. Turkey has also qualified four times for the UEFA European Championship in 1996, 2000, 2008 and 2016. She has reached the semifinals of three major tournaments: the 2002 World Cup, the FIFA Confederations Cup 2003 and the Euro 2008. After her third place finish at the 2002 World Cup, which marked a high point in Turkish football history, Turkey took first place since its inception ranked in December 1992 a place in the top ten of the FIFA World Ranking.

Turkey qualified for their first international tournament in six years by finishing second behind Greece in qualifying Group C for the Euro 2008 and reaching the finals of Euro 2008. They were placed next to Switzerland, Portugal football and the Czech Republic in Group A. In their first game they played against Portugal and were defeated 2-0, but won against Switzerland (2-1) and the Czech Republic (3-2) secured by late goals - Qualification brought for the knockout stages. Turkey has again beaten a host country - Switzerland - for the second time in the group stage.

The quarter-final against Croatia was scoreless after 90 minutes and Croatia led 1-0 in the final minute of extra time, but another late Turkish goal from striker Semih Şentürk brought the game to the penalty spot. The goal caused controversy among Croatian fans and Croatian head coach Slaven Bilić, who claimed the goal had been scored after the extra time. However, this complaint was lifted and the game went on penalties. Turkey defeated Croatia 3-1 on penalties.

Turkey reached the semi-final against Germany with only 14 field players available due to injuries and suspensions. However, she scored the first goal and drew 2-2 draw. But they took third place by default after losing 3: 2 with a last-minute goal by Philipp Lahm. Both Russia football and Turkey received bronze medals in the dressing rooms after the semi-final.

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