Türkiyemspor Berlin



Türkyiemspor Berlin stands for participation and openness, nobody is excluded! Since women and girls are under-represented in all areas of basketball (players, coaches, referees, board members), we see this as our first focus. We are a community where women support men and men support women. In addition to an existing U12w team, the goal is to build up a sub14 female, as well as a sub16 female and a second women’s team. From 2020, we would like to train our own players as coaches and referees.

Upcoming Events

Department Assembly Meeting

Takes place on Friday 14 June 2019, at 7:30 pm in Carl-von-Ossietzky-Oberschule (Blücherstraße 46, 10961 Berlin).

1. Türkiyemspor Invitational

On 15 + 16 June we are hosting the first annual Türkiyemspor Invitational Tournament - Men's and Women's Division with 4 teams each. We will grill and celebrate together, in Türkiyemspor style!


Türkiyemspor Berlin has been known over the last 40 years for its successful football program. Now, Türkiyemspor is expanding into basketball. In 2018, we are proud to have raised 8,756.00 EUR through our crowdfunding campaign. A huge thank you to our 142 supporters! Our common goal until the end of 2019 is to provide 100 basketball players in the neighborhood with a new basketball home. We also place special importance on supporting girls and women.

Tracking #kreuzberg100

By end of 2019 : provide 100 basketball players in the neighborhood with a new basketball home.

Basketballer*innen 58%

türkiyemspor community

Türkiyemspor Berlin e.V., founded 1978 in Berlin-Kreuzberg, is the biggest Sports club in Germany that was founded by migrants. In addition to the adult football department, which includes four men’s and three women’s teams, the club is very active in youth development. In the 2018/2019 season, nearly 400 boys and girls are playing at Türkiyemspor. The club is regarded as a flagship of the Turkish community of Berlin and the multicultural district of Kreuzberg. Beyond sports activities, Türkiyemspor is committed to social and intercultural exchange. For this, the club has received several awards. One notable example is the Integration Award (2007) of the German Football Association (DFB).