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Turkish Super Lig on tv and stream

Turkish Super Lig on tv and stream

Turkish Super Lig or the Süper Lig is a Turkish professional football league for association football clubs in Turkey. It is the top-flight competition of the Turkish football league system and is managed by the Turkish Football Federation.

Twenty Turkish clubs compete annually, where a champion is crowned, and three clubs won promotion and fell relegation from, and to, the 1. Lig. The Super Lig season runs from August to May, with each club playing 38 matches. Matches are usually played Friday through Monday.

Turkish Football Federation names the Super Lig seasons in memory of various famous or honorable personalities, mainly football-related, since the 2014-15 season. 2021-22 season is officially named Ahmet Çalık Season, a national team player who died in a road accident on 11 January 2022.

History of Turkish Super Lig

The first league competition in Turkey was the Istanbul Football League began in the 1904–05 season. The league went through many variations until the creation of the Millî Lig in 1959, which became the Super Lig later.

Between the formation of the Istanbul League and Millî Lig, several other local leagues took place: Ankara (1922), Trabzon (1922), Adana (1924), Eskişehir (1924), İzmir (1924), and Bursa (1924), and to name a few.

The first football competition to bring forth a national champion was the former Turkish Football Championship, which started in 1924 before 1951. The championship format was a knock-out competition, competed between the winners of each of the country's top local leagues.

The National Division was the first national league competition in Turkey. Began in 1937, the National Division consisted of the powerhouse clubs from the Ankara, Istanbul, and İzmir leagues and ran until 1950.

The top teams of Istanbul, Ankara, and İzmir competed in the 1959 Turkish National League. The first season of the Turkish Super Lig took place in 1959, but actually, qualifying rounds started in 1958.

Competition Format of Turkish Super Lig

There have been 18 clubs in the Süper Lig before 2020. Twenty-One (21) Clubs compete in the Süper Lig beginning from 2020. During the regular season of this competition, each team competes with the others twice maintains a double round-robin system. They play once at their home ground and once at that of their opponent's ground, for 40 matches.

Each team gets three points for a winning match and one point for a drawn match, but the team cannot get any points for a losing game. Contestant teams are ranked by total points, then head-to-head fighting record, goal difference, and goals scored.

At the end of a regular season, the club with the most points is declared champion. If points are equal in many teams, the head-to-head match-winning record and goal difference determine the winner.

Champions and Performances by Club in Turkish Super Lig

Fenerbahçe was the first champion of the Turkish Super Lig in 1959. A total of six clubs won the championship. Galatasaray has won the most 22 and was runners-up 13.

Fenerbahçe (19), Beşiktaş (16), Trabzonspor (6), İstanbul Başakşehir (1), Bursaspor (1), has won the Turkish Super Lig. Eskişehirspor three-time, Adanaspor, and Sivasspor, reached the final once but could not the Super Lig.

Noteworthy Stats of Turkish Super Lig

Hakan Şükür has scored record numbers of 249 goals in the Turkish Super Lig, followed by Tanju Çolak (224). Umut Bulut has appeared in most 515 Lig matches, followed by 53 appearances of Oğuz Çetin.

Watch Turkish Super Lig on TV and Stream

Fans and viewers can watch Turkish Super Lig on TV and stream through many TV channels with official broadcasting rights. We provide some names of that television broadcaster for Super Lig fans and some streaming sites to watch it on the digital platform.

How to Watch Turkish Super Lig on TV?

beIN Sports has signed an official contract to provides total media coverage of Turkish Super Lig on TV in Turkey, Canada, France, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Syria, and Tunisia. And you can also watch Turkish Super Lig in the United States and the United Arab Emirates through beIN Sports.

Sport Klub was responsible for broadcasting all matches live in Slovenia, North Macedonia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Bosnia & Herzegovina. In Albania, Tring Sports simultaneously provides the same Turkish Super Lig show.

Through DAZN, you can watch Turkish Super Lig in Japan and Brazil, while Sport 1 presents all live matches of Super Lig in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.

Fans are also able to watch Turkish Super Lig on Win Sports (Colombia), Cytavision (Cyprus), Nova Sports (Greece), K Sport (Kosovo), Charlton (Israel), Sports TV (Portugal), Look Sport (Romania), and ESPN (Sub-Saharan Africa).

How to Watch Turkish Super Lig on Stream Online?

You can watch Turkish Super Lig on Stream Online on your mobile phone, personal computer, or laptop. For this, you need to register an account free with your valid information and mail address.

Every paid streaming site offers varieties subscription packages to unlock their HD quality live streaming options. Choose the perfect one from them and complete the payment via credit cards or another valid way. Get back to the homepage, sign in to your premium account, and enjoy the Turkish Lig live streaming.

You can watch Turkish Super Lig through beIN Sports, Sport Klub, Live Soccer TV, Kay Sports, ESPN, Sling TV, Amazon Prime,  MTV, Fubo TV, ESPN+, DAZN, and Nova Sports.

Turkish Super Lig made the Turkish football league system solid and successful after beginning in 1959. The Super Lig 1 has become more popular and famous for its enjoyable and exciting football shows.