In 1959, when professional football leagues began, Ismir was represented in the National League White Group in Altai and in the Izmirspor and Kirmizi groups in Gazettepe and Karsiyaka, with 5 teams from the 1964-1965 season participating in Altanardu the following season. .
Continuing to compete in the Super League with at least 3 teams from 1972-1973, Izmir’s teams played in the league with at least one team until the 1983-1984 season, when no delegates remained after that season.
After Altair was promoted to the Super League again in the 1984-1985 season, Izmir played in the Super League until the 1999-2000 season. He continued his struggle with Altair in the top league.
With the departure of these two teams in the league, Bucaspor releases Izmir’s aspirations, which were away from the Super League from 2003-2004 to 2010-2011, but the yellow-dark blue team can only stay in the cluster for one season. . The city of Izmir, which has rejoined the Super League with Göztepe from 2017-2018, will have two more teams in the Super League, with the participation of another team from Alta or Altınordu, which will meet in TFF 1st in the league play-off finals, next. Yellow-red team will get along with the season.
The history of the Super League of Izmir teams
Göztepe has played 29 times and Karşıyaka 16 times in the Super League, where Altay has played 41 seasons before. Altınordu and İzmirspor each 10 times, Bucaspor 1 season Super League success.
The performance of Izmi’s representatives in the Super League is as follows:
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Gazette is the only winner of the playoffs this season.
In the play-offs, where Altai took sixth place and Altanardu took part for the first time, other Izmi teams competed twice in Bucaspor 4, Karsiyaka and Goztepe. Of these teams, only Göztepe reached a happy conclusion in the play-offs in 1998-1999 and 2016-2017.
Altay failed to get a Super League visa in the play-offs 5 times, including 2 times in the final, 2 times in the Karşıyaka, 1 time in the final and 4 times in the Bucaspor play-offs.
2 teams from Izmir and Antalya
The Super League, which will be played next season with 20 teams, will feature six teams from Istanbul and two each from Antalya and Izmir. One by one teams from Adana, Gaziantep, Giresun, Hatay, Kayseri, Konya, Malatya, Rise, Sivas and Trabzon will be in this lane.
In the Super League, where Ankara will have no teams, for the first time since the 1980-1981 season, a team from the capital will not compete in the top league.