Türk Telekom Arena

Galatasaray SK
Türk Telekom ArenaTürk Telekom Arena

Name: Türk Telekom Arena

Capacity: 52 652

Opended: 2011

Field dimensions: 105 x 68 meters

 

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Photo: Mister No  (<a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en' target='_blank'>CC BY 3.0</a>) Photo: <a href='http://www.fotbalovestadiony.cz/jiri-vojkovsky'>Jiří Vojkovský</a>, FotbloveStadiony.cz Photo: <a href='http://www.fotbalovestadiony.cz/jiri-vojkovsky'>Jiří Vojkovský</a>, FotbloveStadiony.cz Photo: <a href='http://www.fotbalovestadiony.cz/jiri-vojkovsky'>Jiří Vojkovský</a>, FotbloveStadiony.cz Photo: <a href='http://www.fotbalovestadiony.cz/jiri-vojkovsky'>Jiří Vojkovský</a>, FotbloveStadiony.cz Photo: LardoBalsamico (<a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en' target='_blank'>CC BY-SA 3.0</a>)
 

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Ali Sami Yen, the former home ground of Galatasaray SK


Istanbul - Ali Sami YenIstanbul - Ali Sami Yen05.02.2017: Ali Sami Yen Stadium was built in 1964 in the shape of an oval, which was typical of most Turkish stadiums at that time. Floodlights were installed a year later and Galatasaray fans were finally able to enjoy home matches of their team in the evenings too. The red and yellow stands were full of fans, dressed in the same colours and using drums, smoke bombs and flares to cheer their team on. All this contributed to the legendary and literally hellish atmosphere at the Ali Sami Yen, which earned the stadium its nickname, Cehennem, or Hell.

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