Altınordu Selçuk-Efes Football Complex

Altınordu Selçuk-Efes Football Complex

Full name
Altınordu Selçuk Efes Tesisleri

Location
Selçuk, İzmir, Turkey

Coordinates
37°55′30″N 27°18′20″E / 37.92500°N 27.30556°E / 37.92500; 27.30556Coordinates: 37°55′30″N 27°18′20″E / 37.92500°N 27.30556°E / 37.92500; 27.30556

Operator
Altınordu S.K.

Construction

Renovated
2012

Tenants

Altınordu S.K.

Location of ASEFT in Turkey

Altınordu Selçuk-Efes Football Complex (Turkish: Altınordu Selçuk Efes Futbol Tesisleri), shortly ASEFT, is a sport complex of football stadiums operated by the football club Altınordu S.K., and is located in Selçuk town of Izmir Province in western Turkey.[1]
The sport complex is situated on the state road WSW of Ephesus and Selçuk, at a distance of 45 km (28 mi) to the city center of Izmir and 72 km (45 mi) to the Adnan Menderes Airport. With is total area of 100,000 m2 (25 acres), the complex is the largest sports venue in Izmir Province.[2]
Leased in 2012 by the Izmir-based Altınordu S.K., it consists of five football fields, and is home to the youth football teams Altınordu S.K. Following the lease, two pitches were completely renovated. All pitches are of natural grass ground but one is covered with organic granular material and special artificial grass.[1][2]
International events hosted[edit]

Stadium wall with the logos of the participating teams at the 2015 Izmir U-12 Cup.

2015 Izmir U-12 Cup: 48 teams from 20 nations – April 3-5, 2015[3][4]
2016 UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship qualification – Group 1 – October 15-20, 2015

References[edit]

^ a b “Selçuk-Efes Tesisleri” (in Turkish). Altınordu. Retrieved 2015-09-30. 
^ a b Ertaç, Gürkan (2014-05-04). “‘Önce Tesis’ Dedi”. Yeni Asır (in Turkish). Retrieved 2015-09-30. 
^ “U12 İzmir Cup Selçuk-Efes Tesisleri’nde Başladı”. Aktif Haber (in Turkish). 2015-04-03. Retrieved 2015-09-20. 
^ “U12 Cup Coşkuyla Başladı”. Milliyet (in Turkish). 2015-04-03. Retrieved 2015-09-20. 

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