The fans of Turkish club Trabzon created the event with their amazing celebrations after the team won the Turkish Football League title for the first time in 38 years.

Trabzon won the title after a positive tie last Saturday with Antalyaspor with two goals for each team at the Şenol Gunes Stadium, in the 35th round of the competition.

The team topped the league table with 77 points, 9 points behind runner-up Fenerbahce, and 3 rounds before the end, as direct confrontations favor the competition champion.

Trabzonspor is the champion of the Turkish League after an absence of 38 years 🤩# Turkish_League

— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) April 30, 2022

🎇 Bitiş düdüğüyle birlikte, Şenol Güneş Spor Kompleksi dışında havai fişeklerle kutlama!


— beIN SPORTS Türkiye (@beINSPORTS_TR) April 30, 2022

🙋🏻‍♂️ Trabzonspor kafilesi, stat zeminine çıkarak taraftarı selamladı!


— beIN SPORTS Türkiye (@beINSPORTS_TR) April 30, 2022

Since the end of Saturday's match, Trabzon Sport fans have made distinctive panels during their celebrations of the seventh title in the club's history, and the various clips of those celebrations achieved millions of views on the communication sites and were greatly admired in various regions of the world.

The crowd went to the stadium for Saturday's match to celebrate with the team's players, who in turn danced and celebrated with thousands of their fans.

Thank you for great comments about our celebration from all around the world!🔥

The Champion #Trabzonspor 🏆

— Trabzon Büyükşehir Belediyesi (@TrabzonBelTr) May 1, 2022

🥳 Trabzonsporlu taraftarlar şampiyonluk coşkusunu Taksim Meydanı'nda yaşıyor!


— beIN SPORTS Türkiye (@beINSPORTS_TR) April 30, 2022

Yeniden yapalım bunu😉

— Trabzon Büyükşehir Belediyesi (@TrabzonBelTr) May 2, 2022

The fans used flares and fireworks as soon as they reached the green rectangle, and raised the team's flags, in a sign of their great joy at that achievement. Thousands of people also marched to the streets and squares of the Turkish city, where noisy celebrations were held.