Beşiktaş won the special match on March 23, 1941 7-1. Black and white team defeated Fenerbahçe 5-1 on January 6, 1990 and achieved the most different scoring victory against their opponent in the league.
Fenerbahce, on the other hand, won the most different scoring victory against its black-and-white rival with a score of 7-0 in the special match played on 6 December 1958. The yellow-dark blue team had the most different scoring victory in the league against Beşiktaş on March 7, 1976 and October 7, 2012, with 3-0 results.
– THE MOST DIFFERENT MATCHES BESIKTAS WON
The most different-scoring victories of Beşiktaş against Fenerbahçe in the competition are as follows:
Date Stat Organization Result
23.03.1941 Honor Special 7-1
06.01.1990 Fenerbahce League 5-1
12.03.1944 Honor National Division 4-0
07.12.1966 İnönü TSYD Cup 4-0
16.05.1987 Ali Sami Yen League 4-0
21.11.1987 Fenerbahce League 4-0
– FENERBAHÇE’S MOST DIFFERENT MATCHES
Fenerbahce’s most different scoring victories against Beşiktaş are as follows:
Date Stat Organization Result
06.12.1958 İnönü Special 7-0
17.01.1930 Taksim Istanbul League 5-0
01.07.1960 İnönü Cemal Gürsel Cup 6-2
24.03.1940 Honor Istanbul League 5-1
28.11.1924 Taksim Special 4-0
18.05.1947 Fenerbahçe National Division 4-0
31.08.1975 İzmir Atatürk Victory Cup 4-0
– MOST GOAL MATCHES
In the 353 matches between the two opponents, the most goals were scored, excluding penalties, and the sports fans watched 9 goals.
Beşiktaş won the TSYD Cup match held on August 11, 1974 at İnönü Stadium 5-4, and 9 goals to the nets went down in history as the most goals scored in a match in a 97-year competition.
Beşiktaş and Fenerbahçe faced each other on 19 May 1955 in the Atatürk Cup, and the match ended in a 4-4 draw. Fenerbahçe won the Cemal Gürsel Cup match on July 1, 1960 6-2.
Beşiktaş’s legendary captain Hakkı Yeten scored the most goals in the competition.
Hakki Yeten, nicknamed “Baba”, played for Beşiktaş 58 times against Fenerbahçe and aired the nets 32 times.
On behalf of the yellow-dark blue team, Cemil Turan scored the most goals against Beşiktaş with 19 goals.
– MOST KITS WEARING
Beşiktaş’s Rıza Çalımbay has the title of football player who played the most in Beşiktaş-Fenerbahçe derbies.
Rıza Çalımbay played in 64 matches against Fenerbahçe in a black and white jersey. This football player is followed by Şeref Görkey from Beşiktaş with 61 games, Ulvi Güveneroğlu from Beşiktaş and Müjdat Yetkiner from Fenerbahçe with 59 games each.
– AND RECOGNIZE GOL BOLİC’İN
Elvir Bolic scored the earliest known goal in the Beşiktaş-Fenerbahçe rivalry.
Fenerbahce Bolic, who aired the nets in the 21st second of the league match between the two teams at İnönü Stadium on March 10, 1996, scored the earliest recorded goal of the competition. Fenerbahce won this match 2-1.
Also, in 1991, Mehmet Özdilek from Beşiktaş, nicknamed “Şifo”, aired the nets of the yellow-dark blue team in the 37th second of the league fight that ended 2-2 in Kadıköy.
– WHO PLAYED IN BOTH TEAMS
In the 97-year history of the competition, there are many football players who wear the jerseys of both teams.
Here are the players who played for both teams recently:
Adem İbrahimoğlu, Ali Kemal Denizci, Engin İpekoğlu, Tayfur Havutcu, Feyyaz Uçar, Saffet Sancaklı, Sergen Yalçın, Oktay Derelioğlu, Alpay Özalan, Ahmet Yıldırım, Emre Aşık, Ali Güneş, Tayfun Korkut, Murat Şahin, Mustafa Doğan, Mert Nobre, Fahri Tatan, Tümer Metin, Mehmet Yozgatlı, Rüştü Reçber, Burak Yılmaz, Mehmet Aurelio, Uğur Boral, Egemen Korkmaz, Mamadou Niang, Caner Erkin, Gökhan Gönül, İsmail Köybaşı, Jeremain Lens, Tolgay Arslan, Jose Sosa, Josef de Souza, Mehmet Topal , Salih Ucan.
– THE MOST GOAL FOOTBALL FACTOR IN A MATCH ZEKİ RIZA SPOREL
Zeki Rıza Sporel scored the most goals in a match in the history of derby competition.
While Fenerbahçe won the second appointment 4-1 in the competition held on June 18, 1926, at the location of the current Ülker Stadium, Zeki Rıza Sporel scored all of the yellow-dark blue goals in this special competition.
– FIRST OFFICIAL MATCH DRAW
The first official match between the opponents was played on 12 November 1926.
Istanbul League match at Taksim Stadium ended with a goalless tie.
– GOALS TO THEIR OWN GOALS
In Beşiktaş-Fenerbahçe matches, some players had the misfortune to score their own goals.
In the matches played recently, Mehmet Ekşi, Recep Çetin, Ulvi Güveneroğlu, Ertuğrul Sağlam, Necip Uysal, Egemen Korkmaz, Dusko Tosic and Marcelo Guedes from Beşiktaş, Nejat Barut, Piotr Soczynski, Saffet Akbaş, Dirk Kuyt and Simon Kjaer from Fenerbahçe. scored own goals.
– FIRST LEAGUE MATCH
Beşiktaş and Fenerbahçe made their first encounter in the history of the professional league on March 18, 1959.
Fenerbahçe won the first league match at İnönü Stadium 1-0.
– BOTH TEAMS GOALS
In the 97-year history of the competition, some of the players who wore the uniforms of both teams achieved the success of scoring goals with different jerseys in derbies.
Şenol Birol, Ali Kemal Denizci, Tayfur Havutcu, Mert Nobre, Tümer Metin, Mamadou Niang and Gökhan Gönül enjoyed scoring goals in competition with both Beşiktaş and Fenerbahçe jerseys.
– FIRST NIGHT MATCH
The first night match in the derby struggle between the two teams was held on 12 June 1960 at Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium.
Fenerbahce won 1-0 in this league match, which was the first match played under the lights.
– MOST VIEWED RESULT: 1-0
The most common result in the remaining 353 matches of the opponents was 1-0.
Fenerbahçe defeated Beşiktaş 40 times and Beşiktaş defeated Fenerbahçe 37 times with 1-0 results, while sports fans scored one goal each in 77 matches in the 97-year derby history.
Encountering a total of 13 different stadiums, the opponents also drew 0-0 for 29 times.
– Longing MATCHES
Beşiktaş could not win 17 games in a row against Fenerbahçe, and Fenerbahçe could not win 12 games in a row in various periods, and their fans longed for a derby victory.
On the other hand, Beşiktaş won 7 games and Fenerbahçe 6 games in a row, and they dominated their rivals in certain periods.
– FORCED WINNINGS
In the rivalry of Beşiktaş and Fenerbahçe, which is approaching a century, three matches have been concluded by default.
Despite the fact that the first match of the quarter-finals of the Turkish Cup, held at Fenerbahçe Stadium on May 4, 1983, ended in a 1-1 draw, it was understood that Beşiktaş player Mehmet Ekşi played with a double yellow card, and the yellow-dark blue team was deemed victorious in the match 3-0. Although Beşiktaş won the rematch 2-1, they could not avoid being eliminated.
In the league match held at İnönü Stadium on September 16, 2000, the black and white team defeated Fenerbahçe 3-0. Beşiktaş’s 3-0 victory was forfeited when Fenerbahçe’s coach, Mustafa Denizli, did not comply with the new 5+1 rule and put the 6th foreign player on the field in the 62nd minute.
The match played between the two teams in the 2017-2018 season was also interrupted due to field events. In the second leg of the 2-2 first leg of the Ziraat Turkish Cup semi-finals, the two teams faced each other on 19 April at Ülker Stadium. The match was suspended by the referee Mete Kalkavan due to the events that took place in the 57th minute, when the score was 0-0. The Board of Directors of the Turkish Football Federation has decided that the second leg match will be played without an audience, under the same conditions as when it was interrupted. Thereupon, Beşiktaş Club decided not to go to the field. In the fight between the two teams that should have been played on May 3, Beşiktaş was deemed defeated 3-0 when they did not go to the field.
– “Did the ball cross the line or not?” DISCUSSION
The opponents’ match on November 16, 1991 led to many years of controversy.
In the 87th minute of the league match that ended 2-2 at Fenerbahçe Stadium, Beşiktaş’s draw goal with Mehmet Özdilek caused a long debate in the public as to whether the ball crossed the goal line.
Fenerbahce’s defender Semih Yuvakuran is pulling the ball that Beşiktaş’s Mehmet Özdilek has sent to the goal; The referee of the match, Ahmet Çakar, decided to “goal” with his assistant Çetin Oytuner. The long-lasting objections of the yellow-dark blue players and the technical committee did not change the result. 17 years after the match was played, the position was discussed in the broadcaster’s program and according to the measurements of the device called “piero”, it was determined that the leather round crossed the 4 cm line, and the discussions were brought to an end.
– PANCU GOES TO THE GOAL
One of the interesting notes between the two teams was the derby fight played in Kadıköy in the 2004-2005 season.
Fenerbahce Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium on April 17, 2005, the match was almost like a goal duel, while Beşiktaş football player Daniel Gabriel Pancu’s passing into the goal left its mark on the derby.
Beşiktaş goalkeeper Oscar Cordoba saw a red card in the 80th minute and left his team with 10 players. Pancu went into the goal because the black-whites had used their right to change 3 players. While the Romanian football player, who protected the goal for 18 minutes with the overtime, only scored a penalty, Beşiktaş won the match 4-3. The black-and-white club had commemorative t-shirts made to commemorate this match, which was won 4-3.
– BİLICA DIED, THE PENALTY ESCAPEED
A very interesting event took place at the appointment of the rivals in the 2009-2010 season.
Fabio Alves Da Silva, the Brazilian football player of the yellow-dark blue team, nicknamed “Bilica”, scratched the penalty spot with his boot, before the black-and-white team won the penalty kick in the 64th minute in the league match on April 18, 2010, when Fenerbahçe defeated Beşiktaş 1-0 in Kadıköy. . Afterwards, goalkeeper Volkan Demirel saved the penalty shot used by Beşiktaşlı Bobo and did not give his opponent a chance to draw.
This non-fair play move of Bilica, which is very rare in football fields, occupied the sports agenda for a while.
– BEŞİKTAŞ’S LAST DERBI IN İNÖNÜ
Beşiktaş won the last derby between the two teams at İnönü Stadium.
The league derby at BJK İnönü Stadium on 3 March 2013 was recorded as the last derby match in the historical stadium. Beşiktaş 90+3 played the match in the form of a goal duel. While he won 3-2 with the goal he scored in the second minute, Olcay Şahan from the black and white team also got the last derby goal at BJK İnönü Stadium.
– FENERBAHÇE WAS UNBEATED WITH 9 PEOPLE AT VODAFONE PARK
Despite missing the league match played in Vodafone Park in the 2016-2017 season, Fenerbahçe did not lose to its opponent.
The yellow-dark blue team closed the first half behind 1-0 with the goal scored by Vincent Aboubakar in the 45th minute of the match played in Dolmabahçe on 7 May 2017. In the second half of the struggle, Fenerbahce, which fell into a disadvantageous position numerically, did not bow to its opponent, however. Yellow-dark blue team, Martin Skrtel in the 88th minute and 90+2. 9 people remained with Josef de Souza receiving a red card in the last minute. Fenerbahce won the free kick 90+4. Besiktas player Marcelo Guedes scored his own goal in the minute, and 9 players left the game and finished the game with a 1-1 draw.
– DERBIES WATCHED BY WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Two derbies between the two teams in recent years went down in history.
In the Super Final Championship Group, only women and children aged 12 and under could watch the derby at BJK İnönü Stadium on May 3, 2012, between Beşiktaş and Fenerbahçe, on the condition that they were accompanied by their mothers, due to the penalty of the black and white club. This was a first in the 97-year rivalry between the two teams.
In the first half of the 2012-2013 season, the derby in Kadıköy was played only in front of women and children, this time due to Fenerbahçe’s penalty.
– 10 PEOPLE ENDED THE 18-Year Longing for Beşiktaş Again
Beating Fenerbahce 4-3 in Kadıköy last season and ending its 18-year longing for an away win against its opponent, Beşiktaş managed to do so by remaining 10 players and achieving the same score.
In the match held at Fenerbahçe Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium on April 17, 2005, Beşiktaş and goalkeeper Cordoba saw a red card in the 80th minute and 10 players remained. Despite this, the black-and-white team outperformed their opponent by 4-3. After this victory, Beşiktaş could not experience the joy of beating Fenerbahçe in Kadıköy for a long period of 18 years.
The black-and-white team, which defeated its rival last season and ended its longing for 18 years, almost experienced the repetition of the match in 2005. Beşiktaş had 10 players left with Cyle Larin seeing a red card in the 50th minute. The black-and-white team ended their 18-year longing by beating Fenerbahce 4-3 again, despite their incomplete struggle.