Turkey Cup

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Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
02/08 11:30 4 Kasimpasa vs Gazisehir Gaziantep FK View
02/08 14:30 4 Fatih Karagumruk vs Konyaspor View
02/08 17:30 4 Fenerbahce vs Kayserispor View
02/09 10:30 4 Bandirmaspor vs Sivasspor View
02/09 14:30 4 Hatayspor vs Antalyaspor View
02/09 17:30 4 Denizlispor vs Trabzonspor View
02/10 14:30 4 Alanyaspor vs Adana Demirspor View
02/10 17:30 4 Besiktas vs Goztepe View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
12/30 18:00 5 Besiktas vs Altay 1-0
12/30 15:30 5 Gaziantep FK vs Bursaspor 6-5
12/30 14:00 5 Sivasspor vs Ankaragucu 2-1
12/30 12:00 5 Kayserispor vs 68 Aksaray Belediyespor 4-0
12/30 12:00 5 Konyaspor vs Umraniyespor 2-0
12/30 10:00 5 Yeni Malatyaspor vs Bandirmaspor 2-3
12/29 18:00 5 Fenerbahce vs Afjet Afyonspor 2-0
12/29 15:30 5 Goztepe vs Samsunspor 1-0
12/29 14:00 5 Adana Demirspor vs Ankaraspor 3-2
12/29 12:00 5 Fatih Karagumruk vs Bodrumspor 4-0
12/29 10:00 5 Alanyaspor vs Mardin Fosfat Spor 5-0
12/28 18:00 5 Galatasaray vs Denizlispor 8-9

Wikipedia - Turkish Cup

The Turkish Cup (Turkish: Türkiye Kupası) is a football cup competition in Turkish football, run by the Turkish Football Federation since 1962. During a brief sponsorship period with Fortis, its sponsored name was Fortis Türkiye Kupası. Now Ziraat Bankası is the sponsor and the sponsored name for the cup is Ziraat Türkiye Kupası.

The cup was created in 1962 and has taken place every year since then. Many different formats, including a pure knockout competition and group stages, have been tried and finally for the 2012–13 season, an expanded tournament format has been adopted. A record 156 teams compete in the tournament. After five knockout rounds, a round-robin group stage is contested. Group winners and runners-up play in semi-finals and finals. Beşiktaş are the current holders of the cup.