In 1921 the Trabzon dmanoca club were founded. Trabzonspor AS were founded in 1967. In 197576 season they won their first championship, and won further titles in 197677, 197778 ,197980, 198081 and 198384. In the 201011 season Trabzonspor finished level on points to winners Fenerbahe but were pushed into second on goal difference.
The most important issue in the establishment of Trabzonspor was the colors of the club. Although a number of elaborate theories have been put forward as to why claret and blue was adopted, it transpires the club chose the colors in simple tribute to the famous and historic English club Aston Villa. Irish club Drogheda United shares the same symbols and colours, and both clubs recently declared to be brothers. These were given in favor of the Ottoman Empire's great assistance during the Irish famine.
Winners (8): 197677, 197778, 198384, 199192, 199495, 200203, 200304, 200910
Runners-up (1): 197475, 197576, 198485, 198990, 199697, 201213
Turkish Super Cup
Winners (8): 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1996, 2010
Runners-up (3): 1982, 1985, 1993
Trabzonspor's football club was founded in 1967, and it opened its basketball section in 2008. After Alpella's relegation after the 200708 season, Trabzonspor's board purchased all of the rights related to the team from the lker Group, and took their place in the Turkish Second Division for the 200809 season.
Trabzonspor won promotion to the top-tier TBL (now called BSL), after they won the championship of the Turkish Division in the 200910 season.
Some schools of Asian religions, particularly Buddhism, allow transfer of karma merit and demerit from one person to another. This transfer is an exchange of non-physical quality just like an exchange of physical goods between two human beings. The practice of karma transfer, or even its possibility, is controversial. Karma transfer raises questions similar to those with substitutionary atonement and vicarious punishment. It defeats the ethical foundations, dissociates the causality and ethicization in the theory of karma from the moral agent. Proponents of some Buddhist schools suggest that the concept of karma merit transfer encourages religious giving, and such transfers are not a mechanism to transfer bad karma from one person to another (that is, demerit).
In Hinduism, Sraddha rites during funerals have been labelled as karma merit transfer ceremonies by a few scholars, and disputed by others. Other schools in Hinduism such as the Yoga and Advaita Vedantic philosophies and Jainism hold that karma can not be transferred.