They became the first Turkish club to win the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Super Cup in 2000. Its colors are red and yellow. Turkish people also call it "Cim Bom". Their symbolic mascot is a lion. The TT Arena (Turk Telecom Arena) is their stadium, and is also known as Aslantepe; Lion Hill. It's an all-seater stadion with the capacity of 52,652 fans. Galatasaray is one of the "big five" clubs in Turkey. The other clubs are Fenerbahçe, Beşiktaş, Trabzonspor and Bursaspor. They have won the Spor Toto Super League 19 times and Ziraat Turkish Cup 14 times. The Chairman is Ünal Aysal, and the coach is Roberto Mancini.
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