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Turkey national beach soccer team

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Turkey national beach soccer team

Nickname(s) Ay Yıldızlılar
(The Crescent-Stars)
Association Turkish Football Federation
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Adil Müftüoğlu
Captain Yücel Ergün

The Turkey national beach soccer team represents Turkey in international beach soccer competitions and is controlled by the TFF, the governing body for football in Turkey.

Current squad

Correct as of August 2013

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Ahmet Şanlıdere
3 DF Erkan Anzaflioglu
4 DF Onur Zayim
5 DF Yücel Ergün (captain)
6 FW Erhan Eriten
7 MF Tamer Ay
No. Position Player
8 MF B. Ayhan Sezer
9 MF I. Kerem Sinç
10 FW Adil Müftüoğlu
11 FW Baris Terzioglu
18 MF Telle Metin
12 GK Mutlu Köktas

Coach: Adil Müftüoğlu


  • ESBL Preliminary Event, Athens, Greece: 2007
  • Challenge Cup, Netanya, Israel: 2008 -3rd place
  • BSWW Euro League Stage 2, Tignes (French Alps), France: 2008
  • Challenge Cup, Den Haag, Netherlands : 2010 Champions
  • Portugal Lisbon promoted to Division A in Turkey: 2010


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