Fixtures

Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 01/30 10:00 23 Ankaraspor vs Afjet Afyonspor - View
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 02/06 15:00 24 Diyarbakirspor vs Ankaraspor - View
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 02/12 10:00 25 Ankaraspor vs Ergene Velimese Spor - View
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 02/19 10:00 26 Sakaryaspor vs Ankaraspor - View
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 02/23 10:00 27 Ankaraspor vs Turgutluspor - View
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 02/27 10:00 28 Serik Belediyespor vs Ankaraspor - View

Results

Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 01/26 10:00 22 Adiyamanspor v Ankaraspor - PPT.
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 01/22 10:00 21 [10] Ankaraspor v Niğde Anadolu [20] D 1-1
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 01/16 10:00 20 [13] Inegölspor v Ankaraspor [10] L 3-1
Türgi karikas 12/29 14:00 5 Adana Demirspor v Ankaraspor L 3-2
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 12/26 10:00 19 [2] Hekimoglu Trabzon v Ankaraspor [8] L 2-1
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 12/19 10:00 18 [8] Ankaraspor v Etimesgut Belediyespor [14] D 2-2
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 12/11 10:00 17 [8] Ankaraspor v Somaspor [9] W 1-0
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 12/05 10:00 16 [10] Van Belediyespor v Ankaraspor [8] D 2-2
Türgi karikas 12/01 10:00 10 Çaykur Rizespor v Ankaraspor W 0-1
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 11/27 10:00 15 [8] Ankaraspor v Bodrumspor [5] W 1-0
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 11/21 10:00 14 [4] Çorum FK v Ankaraspor [9] D 0-0
Türgi 2. liiga – Kirmizi 11/14 10:00 13 [9] Ankaraspor v Sarıyer [16] D 2-2

Statistika

 TotalKodusVõõrsil
Matches played 40 21 19
Wins 14 9 5
Draws 11 8 3
Losses 15 4 11
Goals for 60 33 27
Goals against 59 26 33
Clean sheets 11 6 5
Failed to score 8 4 4

Wikipedia - Ankaraspor

Ankaraspor Kulübü (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈaŋkaɾaspoɾ]), formerly known as Osmanlıspor (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈosmanɫɯspoɾ]), is a Turkish professional football club based in the country's capital Ankara. It competes in the TFF First League.

History

Ankaraspor was founded as "Ankara Belediye Spor Kulübü" (Ankara Municipality Sport Club) in 1978. The club has undergone several name changes throughout its history. In 1984, they were renamed "Ankara Büyükşehir Belediye Spor Kulübü" (adding "Metropolitan" to the name). The name was simply switched to "Büyükşehir Belediye Ankaraspor Kulübü" in 1998. "Büyükşehir Belediye Ankaraspor Kulübü" has many sub-divisions branching from its main football division. These include badminton, basketball, boxing, handball, ice hockey, judo, oil wrestling, table tennis, wrestling. Finally, in 2005, the football club changed its name to "Ankaraspor A.Ş." and only focused on football, while "Büyükşehir Belediye Ankaraspor Kulübü" continued its activity on branches other than football.

On 15 September 2009, Ankaraspor was demoted from the Turkish Super League by The Professional Football Disciplinary Committee (PFDK) over its unsportsmanlike relationship with Ankaragücü, which was deemed contrary to sporting competitiveness. All Ankaraspor games in the 2009–10 season were cancelled and awarded 3–0 to Ankaraspor's opponents by default. Ankaraspor was expelled from the Turkish leagues by TFF on 4 August 2010 due to being sued by TFF for objecting to forced relegation in 2009–10.

In the 2013–14 season, they were readmitted to TFF First League. In the 2014–15 season, they were champions of the division, resulting in their promotion to the Süper Lig.

On 29 June 2014, the club adopted the name "Osmanlıspor", which refers to Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire. On 8 September 2020, Osmanlıspor was renamed Ankaraspor, their former name.