TURKISH LEAGUE TICKETS
The league replaced the Turkish Football Championship and the National Division, which were previously top-level national competitions.
The Super League is currently ranked 20th in the league rankings by UEFA coefficients, based on clubs' performance in European competitions over the past five years.
A total of 75 clubs competed in the Super League, but to date only six have won the title: Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, Besiktas, Trabzonspor, Istanbul Basaksehir and Bursaspor.
The history of football in Turkey dates back to the end of the 19th century, when the British brought the game with them while living in Thessaloniki.
The league's first competition was the Istanbul Football League, which took place in the 1904–05 season.
The league went through several changes before the creation of the Milli League in 1959.
Between the creation of the Istanbul League and the Milli League, several other regional leagues occurred: Adana, Ankara, Eskisehir, Izmir, Bursa and Trabzon to name
The first competition to produce a national champion was the former Turkish Football Championship, which began in 1924 and lasted until 1951.
The championship format was based on a knockout competition, with the winners of each of the country's top regional leagues competing.
The National Division was the first national league competition in Turkey.
Created in 1937, the National Division consisted of the strongest clubs in the Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir leagues.
The championship lasted until 1950.
The Federation Cup was established in 1956 to determine the national champion.
This champion will continue to compete in the European Cup.
The competition ran for two seasons until it was replaced by the Millie League.
Besiktas won both tournaments and qualified for the European Cup within two years.
However, since the TFF failed to register its name in time for the draw, Beşiktaş was unable to participate in the 1957–58 season after all.
The best clubs from Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir competed in the 1959 Turkish National League.
The first season took place in the 1959 calendar year rather than 1958–59, as the qualifying rounds took place in 1958.
In the first season, 16 clubs competed: Adalet, Altay, Ankaragucu, Ankara Demirspor, Besiktas, Beykoz.
, Karagümruk, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Gençlerbirliği, Göztepe, Hacettepe Gençlik, Istanbulspor, Izmirspor, Karşıyaka and Vefa.
The first champions were Fenerbahçe, and the first Gol Krali was Metin Oktay.
At the end of the first season, no club was promoted or relegated.