Türk Telekom Stadyumu


Europe, Turkey, Istanbul

Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi - Türk Telekom Arena is a new multi-purpose stadium in Istanbul, Turkey. It is the new home ground for Galatasaray S.K., replacing the old Ali Sami Yen Stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 52,695. On March 18th 2011, it has recorded 131.76 Decibels and took over the title of being the loudest stadium in the world. In Turkey, Türk Telekom Arena is the first stadium that meets the UEFA Euro 2016 stadium requirements. The naming rights to the stadium have been sold to Turk Telekom for a period of 10 years for US$10.25 million a year. The stadium has officially replaced the current Ali Sami Yen Stadium at the middle of the 2010-2011 Super Lig season, under the name of Türk Telekom Arena. North tribune' s name of this stadium were sold to Pegasus Airlines for €4 million a year. The naming rights of the first tier of the east tribune of Turk Telekom Arena were also sold to Ülker for $2 million a year and will be named as Ülker Family Tribune. All 157 suites' naming rights were sold to Denizbank for 3 years.