Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club is taking the name of Konya, designated as the 2023 World Sports Capital, to the top of team sports.
Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club, which is producing new talents for Turkish sports in 11 different branches, is becoming a source of pride for Konya with its successes in handball, volleyball, and basketball. The club, which houses 11 different sports branches, is having a successful season in team sports.
Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club, which competes in the Men's Handball 1st League, Turkish Basketball 2nd League, and Turkish Volleyball 2nd League, has pushed for the top spot in their respective groups in three different branches and managed to secure their place in the playoffs. Competing in the Turkish Men's Handball 1st League Group B, Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club collected 25 points in 16 matches with 12 wins, 1 draw, and 3 losses in a group of 9 teams. The yellow-black team, which celebrated 616 goals, conceded 489 goals. Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club, who finished the regular season in second place, earned the right to participate in the playoffs. The youth teams, including the minors and the stars, also achieved third place in the Turkey group championships.
Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club, which competes in the Turkish Men's Volleyball 2nd League Group 4, achieved success in qualifying for the playoffs in the 2022-2023 season. The team played 9 matches in a group of 6 teams and won 7 matches while losing 3. After exciting matches, Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club Volleyball Team won 1 match and lost 2 matches in the playoffs held in Çorum in 3 matches.
Meanwhile, the youth teams of Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club have also made a name for themselves. The club became the champion of Konya in the Young, Star, Small, and Midi categories and secured its place in the Turkish finals. Konya Metropolitan Municipality Sports Club also secured its place in the playoffs for the first time in the Turkish Basketball 2nd League, where it had a successful season in Group B with 10 teams. The team also drew attention with its home performance, winning 6 out of 9 home matches and earning 1 point from 3 matches. Basketball has U10, U11, U12, U14, and U16 teams in the youth categories, with the U14 team finishing third in Konya and the U16 team finishing second. Matches are still ongoing in the U10, U11, and U12 categories.