The main training ground in Yüreğir Adana Demir's main training ground is the "Adana Demirspor Tesisleri", along the Seyhan river bank in the Yüreğir district. The training ground was built by the Metropolitan Municipality on a state land in early 2000s. It was named the Aytaç Durak Tesisleri to honour the long-time serving mayor of Adana, who lead the construction of the training ground. As it was built on a state land without a tenancy agreement, Milli Emlak (en:National Property Foundation) sent an eviction notice several times in late 2010s.
The league consisted of eight clubs from Istanbul, and four clubs each from Ankara and İzmir.  When Adana Demirspor joined the Milli Lig in 1960, they became the first club from outside the three major football cities to compete. However, their stay didn't last long, as they finished last place with 18 points in their first season due to playing their home matches in Ankara.  The club returned to the Adana League, where they competed until 1963.
Turkish Basketball League:[f] 1970–1980 First Tier (Basketbol Süper Ligi):[g] 1973–74, 1975–76 Second Tier (Türkiye Basketbol Ligi):[h] 1970–73, 1974–1975, 1976–1980 First Tier Performance 1973-1974 0 1369 1645 1975-1976 1 1403 1974 Cycling Cycling agent and coach Ahmet Ecesoy trained cyclists Ertugrul Arlı, Ahmet Avcılar, İbrahım Gönül and Erol Berk, all becoming part of the National Cycling Team of Turkey. Cycling department were dissolved in 1983. Volleyball The volleyball department were the champions for 5 years in a row, from 1967 to 1972 at the Regional Volleyball League.
Support and rivalries A banner at a TCDD facility: 'Adana Demirspor are the brow sweat of the railway workers. ' Adana Demirspor draw support from all over the city and as well as from the districts of the Adana Province. As being founded as a railway club, they are supported by the railway workers in Turkey. Politically left leaning people also have sympathy for the club.
Lig):[d] 1963–1973, 1984–1987, 1990–91, 1992–1994, 1995–1999, 2002–2004, 2012–2021 Third Tier (2. Lig):[e] 1999–2002, 2004–2012 Turkish League Spots Süper Lig Performance Season Rank G W D L GF GA Pts 1960–61 38 12 66 1973–74 19 1974–75 14 29 1975–76 35 1976–77 32 1977–78 13 36 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 33 1982–83 34 1983–84 37 54 1987–88 59 64 52 1988–89 51 73 42 1989–90 83 1991–92 61 1994–95 81 2021–22 60 47 55 Swimming and water polo Atatürk Swimming Complex, the largest swimming pool of the time, had opened in Adana in 1938 with the efforts of the Adana Mayor Turhan Cemal Beriker and the Regional Sports Director Rıza Salih Saray. Adana Demirspor formed the swimming and water polo team from 40 youngsters who developed their swimming skills at the irrigation canals in the city.
In March 2019, with the efforts of the Adana MP Jülide Sarıeroğlu, a tenancy agreement is finally made between ADS and the Milli Emlak which secured the training ground for a long-term and at the same time the facility is renamed the Adana Demirspor Tesisleri.  The main training ground hosts the club's Head Office and is made of 4 football fields, Club store, fitness center, swimming pool and the staff-player residences. Adana Demir youth teams train at the TCDD owned training ground at the Central railway station in Kurtuluş, Seyhan.
They were dissolved soon after. Wrestling Club directors Şevket Kapulu ve Fevzi Özşahin founded the wrestling department in 1956 by converting part of the clubhouse to a wrestling training center, and making up a team from field wrestlers. Wrestlers of Adana Demirspor competed for the Turkish National Wrestling Team in several events. The Wrestling department of ADS became less active after 1968 and were dissolved within the next decade. Honours Adana Football National Finals Winners (1): 1954 Third (2): 1947, 1951 Adana League Winners (16) (record): 1942–43, 1943–44, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1946–47, 1947–48, 1948–49, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1951–52, 1952–53, 1953–54, 1954–55, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1958–59 Turkish Football League System Second Tier (1.
Adana Demirspor have won the Anatolian Cup title at 1969–1970 season and were promoted to the Turkish Basketball First League. The club were promoted to the Basketball Super League at 1972-1973 after winning a highly competitive season. The department had dissolved in 1980s and had re-opened in 2003, competing at the Regional League for some years.
Lig) Winners (4): 1972–73, 1986–87, 1990–91, 2020–21 Playoff winners (1): 1993–94 Third Tier (2. Lig) Winners (1): 2001–02,  Playoff winners (1): 2011–12 Turkish Cup Runners-up (1): 1977–78 Prime Minister's Cup Runners-up (1): 1978 Turkish Waterpolo League Sutopu 1. Lig Winners (21): 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965 Turkish Basketball League Second Tier (TBL) Winners (2): 1972–73, 1974–75 Governance Adana Demirspor is an incorporated company that will partially open to public.
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The property, which is composed of a football field and Youth Office, is rented out to Adana Demir for free. ADS Club Museum which is next to the TCDD training ground, was the club's Head Office from 1940 to 2000. Adana Demir has three club stores, one at the main training ground, one at M1 mall and one at the Park Adana mall. The club store at the 5 Ocak Stadium in Reşatbey, moved a little further and is now ran by the supporter group, Şimşekler.
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