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Bursaspor is the fourth football club in Turkey to start a dedicated television channel (Bursaspor TV).[13][not in citation given]

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The idea comes from the club's nickname 'Yeşil Timsahlar' , which translates to 'Green Crocodiles', so naturally they decided a new stadium needed a giant open mouthed reptile with eyes and teeth that light up on matchdays.

Bursaspor plays its home matches at Timsah Arena. Built in 2015, the stadium currently seats 43,877 spectators.The field measures 68 by 105 meters, and is covered with natural grass.[14]

The club's main fan base is known as Teksas (Texas) and Legend Teksas.

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Bursaspor, who are currently fourth in the Super Lig, have announced that they will open their new 45,000-seater ground that is shaped like a giant green crocodile.

We're sure there'll be plenty of teams hoping Bursaspor qualify for Europe this season!

1 Karlsruhe progressed to the Semi-finals after winning a penalty shoot-out 6–5. 2 Chikhura progressed to the third qualifying round after winning a penalty shoot-out 4–1.

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Forget Wembley, forget the San Siro, the Nou Camp, the Alianz Arena and the Maracana because Turkey is about to hold within in it the greatest football stadium the world has ever seen.

Bursaspor have been building the Timsah Arena (Crocodile Arena) since 2011 but the end is finally in sight for the fans, the club expect the work to be complete by the end of this year, in time for next season.

Bursaspor is a professional Turkish football club located in the city of Bursa. Formed in 1963, Bursaspor are nicknamed Yeşil Beyazlılar (the Green-Whites) and Yeşil Timsahlar (the Green Crocodiles). The club colours are green and white, with home kits usually donning both colours in a striped pattern.