TFF Club License Board has announced the teams that are entitled to receive UEFA and national licenses for the 2023-2024 season. In the statement made by the federation, it was stated that at the meeting held by the TFF Club License Board, the files submitted by the candidate teams were examined in terms of the sports, football social responsibility, infrastructure, personnel-administrative, legal and financial criteria sought in the Club License and Financial Sustainability Instruction and the UEFA Women’s Champions League Club License Instruction.
18 CLUB UEFA, 7 CLUBS RECEIVE NATIONAL LICENSE
As a result of the examinations, it was reported that 18 clubs deserved a UEFA license and 7 clubs deserved a national license. Sport Adana Demirspor from Toto Super League, Arabam.com Konyaspor, Beşiktaş, Corendon Alanyaspor, Demir Grup Sivasspor, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Istanbulspor, Medipol Başakşehir, Kasımpaşa and Trabzonspor, Göztepe from Spor Toto 1st League and Turkcell Women’s Football Super League’ It was stated that ALG Spor, Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Fomget, Beşiktaş Vodafone, Fenerbahçe Petrol Ofisi, Galatasaray Petrol Ofisi and Trabzonspor are entitled to receive a UEFA license.
6 SUPER LEAGUE TEAM DID NOT GET LICENSE
Kayserispor, Fatih Karagümrük, Antalyaspor, MKE Ankaragücü, Giresunspor and Ümraniyespor from the Super League did not get a UEFA license. Ankara Keçiörengücü, Bodrumspor, Çaykur Rizespor, Manisa FK and Yılport Samsunspor from Spor Toto 1st League, Anagold 24Erzincanspor from TFF 2nd League and Weecoins Kırklarelispor were given national licenses. It was noted that the remaining 55 clubs were given 30 or 60 days to complete the missing criteria.