Great success from Turkish football teams in UEFA matches

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Türkiye's football teams contributed to the country's score with their victories. The door to the Champions League was opened. Galatasaray, Besiktas, Adana Demirspor and Fenerbahce won their matches this week. Türkiye moved up to 10th place in the UEFA country rankings.

Great success from Turkish football teams in UEFA matches

Turkish teams competing in European cups won all of their matches this week.

Galatasaray, which is playing to qualify for the groups in the UEFA Champions League, won the first match away against Slovenian representative Olimpija Ljubljana 3-0 in the 3rd qualifying round.


Turkish teams completed the first round of the UEFA Conference League 3rd qualifying round without defeat. In the first match of the day, BesiktasdefeatedAzerbaijani team Neftchi 3-1 away from home, while Fenerbahce defeated Slovenian team Maribor with the same score in Istanbul’s Kadikoy and gained an advantage before the rematches.

Yukatel Adana Demirspor scored the most goals among the Turkish teams. The Adana team managed to defeat Croatia's Osijek 5-1 at home.


Turkish football teams continued their ascendancy with victories and made an important step towards direct participation in the Champions League.  After these results, Türkiye ranked tenth in the UEFA country points ranking. 

With Austria's Rapid Wien failing to win their match, Türkiye's 10th-place finish is all but assured. If Türkiye manages to finish the season in 10th place in UEFA country points, the Super League champion of the 2024-25 season will be able to directly qualify for the Champions League in the 2025-26 season.

Here is the latest UEFA country points:

1- England: 88.928

2- Spain: 75.927

3- Italy: 71,569

4- Germany: 69.552

5- Netherlands: 53.000

6- France: 51.914

7- Portugal: 47.149

8- Belgium: 35.600

9- Scotland: 30,950

10- TÜRKİYE: 29.350

11- Austria: 29.300


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