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Rising up from the backstreets of Istanbul’s Asian district of Kadikoy, Fenerbahce Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium is the second largest sports stadium in Turkey. ‘Fenerbahce’, meaning ‘Lighthouse Garden’ takes its name from the historic lighthouse which lines the shore of the nearby Fenerbahce district.
The Stadium, commonly referred to as just ‘Fenerbahce Stadium’, is the home venue of Fenerbahce Spor Kulubu (Sports Club), one of the top three of its kind in Turkey, which has been made especially famous by its football team. Fenerbahce’s supporters are given the name ‘Yellow Canaries’ after the team’s home colours of yellow and navy blue.
Fenerbahçe Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium is a large and modern arena with capacity for 53, 000 spectators. It was recently renovated and the design and acoustics are of a very high quality. The Stadium was selected to host the 2009 UEFA Cup Final which was the last final of the UEFA Cup football tournament.
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How to get to Fenerbahce Saracoglu Stadium Istanbul: From Eminonu/Sultanahmet: Take the ferry to Kadikoy, but ask before whether it stops by Haydarpasa. Get off the ferry at Haydarpasa train station, and take the suburban train. Stop:Sogutlucesme. You will see the stadium. From Taksim: Take the Funicular to Kabatas and then the ferry from Kabatas to Kadikoy. See directions below from Kadikoy to the Stadium. Alternatively, Bus 110 (Taksim - Kadikoy) leaves from the bus terminal in Taksim Square ( 40mins – 1 hour depending on traffic) From Kadikoy to Fenerbahçe Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium: From the ferry terminals, head uphill away from the sea to the street where the tram runs (Sogutlucesme Street). When you get to the bull statue at the top veer slightly to the right onto Kusdili Street and keep following the street until you see the stadium. It is approximately 1km from the main ferry/bus terminals in Kadikoy to the Stadium.
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