Denizli Basket will represent Denizli for the first time in the Super League
Merkezefendi Belediyesi Denizli Basket, which announced its championship in the Turkish Basketball 1st League before the last week, will represent Denizli for the first time in the ING Basketball Super League next season.
Merkezefendi Belediyesi Denizli Basket, which declared its championship with the 14-game undefeated streak with head coach Zafer Aktaş in the Turkish Basketball 1st League, one week before the end, qualified to take part in the ING Basketball Super League next season.
Merkezefendi Municipality Denizli Basketball will be the 84th team to compete in the ING Basketball Super League, and Denizli will be the 25th city where the Super League excitement will be experienced. In the Turkish Basketball 1st League, where one of the 8 teams that will play the play-offs will advance to the ING Basketball Super League, it will be clear that they will take part in the play-offs with postponement matches and last week matches.
24 teams from Istanbul
While 24 teams from Istanbul have competed in the ING Basketball Super League, including the 2020-2021 season, Ankara has been in the league with 16 and Izmir with 9 teams.
Apart from these three provinces, Antalya 5, Balıkesir with Bursa and Mersin 3, Adana and Gaziantep and Konya (2), Afyonkarahisar, Aydın, Edirne, Eskişehir, Giresun, Kayseri, Kocaeli, Muğla, Sakarya, Samsun, Tekirdağ, Trabzon, Uşak and Zonguldak also competed with one team in the ING Basketball Super League.
Teams representing their provinces
The cities and teams that have been in the league so far are as follows:
Adana (2): Adana Demirspor, South Industry
Afyonkarahisar (1): Afyon Belediyespor
Ankara (16): Ankaragücü, Büyük College, DSİ Sports (Suspor), Hacettepe University, Gendarmerie, Karagücü, Guardian, Civil Service, OGM Ormanspor, METU, Armed Forces Force, Şekerspor, TED Kolejliler, Türk Telekom, Yenişehir, Faculty of Agriculture
Antalya (5): Antalya Büyükşehir Belediyespor, Antalyaspor, Antbirlik, Kepez Municipality, Muratpaşa Municipality
Aydin (1): Kusadasi
Balıkesir (3): Bandırma Red, Banvit, Best Balıkesir
Bursa (3): Bursaspor, Oyak Renault, TOFAŞ
Edirne (1): Olin Edirne
Eskisehir (1): Eskisehir Basket
Gaziantep (2): Beslenspor, Gaziantep Basketball
Giresun (1): Yeşilgiresun Belediyespor
Istanbul (24): Ülkerspor (Alpella), Anadolu Efes, Anadoluhisarı, Bahçeşehir College, Bakırköyspor, Beşiktaş, Beykozspor, Büyükçekmece Basket, Darüşşafaka, Eczacıbaşı, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor, ITU, Kadıköyspor, Kurtuluş, Modaspor, Netaş, Ortaköy , Paşabahçe, PTT, Istanbul Taçspor, Tekelspor, Istanbul Yildirimspor
İzmir (9): Aliağa Petkim, Altay, Altınordu, Bornova Belediye, Göztepe, Hilalspor, Pınar Karşıyaka, Petkimspor, Tuborg
Kayseri (1): Meysuspor
Kocaeli (1): NASAŞ
Konya (2): Konyaspor, Konyaspor Basket (Torku Konyaspor)
Mersin (3): Çukurova Sanayi, Mersin Büyükşehir Belediyespor, Tarsus İdmanyurdu Erkutspor
Mugla (1): Lokman Physician Fethiye Belediyespor
Sakarya (1): Sakarya Metropolitan Belediyespor
Samsun (1): Samsunspor
Tekirdag (1): Big Salat
Trabzon (1): Trabzonspor
Usak (1): Usak Sportive
Zonguldak (1): Erdemirspor