Konak (residence), name for a large house or mansion in territories of the former Ottoman Empire
Konak, Hakkari, Turkey
Konak, zmir, a district of zmir Province, Turkey, central district of zmir metropolitan area
Konak (zmir Metro)
Konak Square, a busy square in Konak district of Izmir, Turkey
Konak, Mengen, Turkey
Konak, Ulus, Turkey
Konak (Seanj), a village in Vojvodina, Serbia
Konak, Targovishte Province, a village in Targovishte Province, Bulgaria
Konak, Croatia, a village near Vrbovec
Konak (Thessaloniki), an Ottoman-era building in central Thessaloniki, Greece
Volkan Konak (born 1967), Turkish folk singer
After placing third in the 200910 season in the Women's First Football League, they became runner-up the next season. The team won the league championship in the 201213 season.
The women's team played in the 201314 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round and advanced to the round of 16.
The team finished the 201314 Women's First League season as the undefeated champion reaching their second title one game before the end of the play-off round. As of May 10, 2014, the team holds a 36-game undefeated streak record in domestic official competitions after the loss against their rival Ataehir Belediyespor in the away match on November 11, 2012.
The team played at the 201415 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round against Latvian Rgas FS, Belarusian FC Minsk and FC Zrich Frauen from Switzerland. They won two matches and lost one, becoming runners-up in the group. That result did not suffice to advance to the knock-out stage.
Konak Belediyespor finished the 201415 season undefeated and with the same point as Ataehir Belediyespor. They won the play-off game and became champion for three consecutive time.
Konak Belediyespor women played in the 201516 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round Group 1 against FC Minsk, KF Vllaznia Shkodr and SFK 2000 Sarajevo. They finished at third place after losing two games and winning only one. They failed so to advance to the knockout phase.
Konak Belediyespor's unbeaten run, which stretched to 58 league games in four seasons beginning after the last loss against Ataehir Belediyespor in the 201213 season's away match on November 11, 2012, was ended by 1207 Antalya Muratpaa Belediye Spor with a 04 defeat at the 201516 season's home match on December 5, 2015.
The team finished the 201516 season as champion, winning this title fourth time in a row. They took part at the Group 9 of the 201617 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round, lost two of the three matches, and was so eliminated.
The team finished the regular season 201617 second behind Beikta J.K., which had recently entered the First League. Because the league format was changed that season, a championship play-off round followed, in that Konak overtook Beikta and won their fifth title in a row.
The team won their first game at the 201718 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round in Tbilisi, Georgia against the host FC Martve by 50.