With the aim of contributing to the growth of educated youth in basketball, to improve the efficiency of youth in sports and social areas, use their spare times, improve individuals physical, mental and moral abilities while developing them, have the spirit of being a member of DSÝ on the basis of morality and humanity and solidarity, Ankara DSÝ Youth and Sports Club is aware of the fact that basketball branch is worthy of higher levels and it is DSÝ's mission to carry basketball to the place it deserves.

DSI Ankara Youth and Sports Club actively operates in 9 branches including majorly basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, table tennis, Taekwondo, gymnastics, swimming and archery. Our competitor teams represent the community of DSI in basketball, volleyball, football and table tennis branches without any compromise of their principles. DSI Ankara Youth and Sports Club actively operates in 9 branches including majorly basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, table tennis, taekwondo, gymnastics, swimming and archery. Our competitor teams represent the community of DSI in basketball, volleyball, football and table tennis branches without any compromise of their principles. The number of licensed athletes representing our community is 35 in basketball, 25 in volleyball, 143 in football, 12 in tennis and 15 in archery which is in total reached to 240. Along with the sponsorship agreement signed with ERA Group of Companies, with ERA Group's support DSÝ ERA Basketball Team has rise to 3rd League and left a successful season behind. DSÝ ERA Basketball Team's current goal is to reach 2nd League in between 2012-2013 seasons with having signature on myriad success.

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