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Turkish Super Cup

The Turkish Super Cup, also known as the President Cup, is a Turkish Football Club competition created in 1966. It consists of a single leg match played between the Turkish Premier Super League winner and the Turkish Cup champion. in the event the same team wins both competitions, then the opponent becomes the 2nd placed football clubs from the Premier League. Turkish giants Galatasaray S.K. have won the Super Cup 11 times.

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Soccer summer sizzles for Fox Sports
Live Soccer TV
Fox Sports plays host to a slew of exciting matches, including the Guinness International Champions Cup, FA Community Shield, and UEFA Super Cup
Ont. girl, 15, killed by soccer net
Toronto Sun
BRADFORD, Ont. — A 15-year-old girl died in a freak accident at a local soccer pitch when one of the nets tipped over Wednesday afternoon. South Simcoe police, paramedics and firefighters were called to a soccer field at the Portuguese Cultural Centre ...
Michigan soccer referee 'did not see' fatal punch coming, player testifies
National Post
LIVONIA, MICH. — A soccer referee who was fatally punched by a player during a recreational game in suburban Detroit did not expect the attack, one of the player's teammates testified Wednesday. Dr. Jamal Saleh testified during a probable-cause ...
Soccer Academy: Fixing Canadian soccer, a signature at a time
The Province
With an ongoing absence in the World Cup and an embarrassingly low world ranking, North Vancouver soccer coach Will Cromack is taking it upon himself to “fix Canadian soccer.” “At 118th in the world — with all the facilities, money and people we have ...
Whitecaps' Morales thinks soccer will 'take over' hockey in '10 to 20 years'
Toronto Sun
But has enough momentum been built up enough to declare soccer as a potential future peer with -- gasp! -- hockey? It sounds pretty far-fetched, yet a Major League Soccer star believes it's a very real possibility. "Soccer can take over hockey one day ...
Teenager dies in Bradford soccer field accident
Northumberland News
A 15-year-old died after being hit on the head by a soccer net in Bradford this afternoon. South Simcoe Police received a call about the incident at about 3:30 p.m.. The girl, along with a friend, were playing soccer behind the Portuguese Cultural ...
How different level house leagues improve your child's soccer skills
insideTORONTO.com
Soccer is intended to be fun yet many children get caught up in a whirlwind of competition that is not always healthy. This can lead to kids wishing to quit the game without ever learning the importance of team spirit as well as gaining an important ...
Dad of Argentine Soccer Star Tevez Freed After Kidnapping
Bloomberg
Tevez, who played for Argentina's national soccer team in the 2006 and 2010 World Cup tournaments after winning an Olympic gold medal in 2004, was champion with Argentine Club Atletico Boca Juniors, Brazil's Corinthians, Manchester United Plc (MANU) ...
Barrie teen hits world soccer stage
Simcoe.com
Instead of relaxing this summer or packing for post-secondary education, 17-year-old Victoria Pickett is spending double time on the soccer pitch. The Barrie resident was recently named to the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup Canadian soccer team and is ...
Girl, 15, dies after getting 'trapped' under soccer net north of Toronto: Police
Hamilton Spectator
BRADFORD, Ont. - Police say a 15-year-old girl has died after getting trapped under the crossbar of a soccer net north of Toronto. South Simcoe police say the teen was playing at a sports field in Bradford on Wednesday with another 15-year-old female ...
Win tickets for ICC soccer game at Michigan Stadium
The Ann Arbor News
“Manchester United and Real Madrid are the two most storied clubs in soccer and fans in Ann Arbor quickly realized the magnitude of the game,” said Charlie Stillitano, CEO of Relevent Sports, the tournament organizer. “This weekend in August will be ...

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