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Account

Why should I register an account?
There are features only available for registered Soccer Wiki users:
  • Correct and edit player, club, manager and other data.
  • Submit new players and other data.
  • Vote to approve data submitted by the community.


All newly created email and password accounts need to be confirmed via email.
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How do I create an account and is it free?
It is completely free to create a Soccer Wiki account, simply click the 'Sign Up' link above and enter your details.
Can I delete my account?
Yes. The option to delete your account can be found in Hesab─▒m.
Can I create more than one account?
No. One account per user. Creating several accounts may result in a permanent ban.
Why was my registration rejected?
Using incorrect or false information or an inappropriate username could be reasons for the rejection.
Why canÔÇÖt I login?
Did you sign up? You have to Kaydol to an account before you can login. If you are already registered but you still cannot login please check your user name and your password.
Why does my account log out automatically?
You will be logged in for a set amount of time, once this has been reached you will automatically be logged out.
I have forgotten my password?
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Follow the instructions and you should then be able to login again.
I registered an account some time ago but I cannot login?
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Please check your username and password. It might be possible that your account was banned by the administrators due to a rule violation.
Why canÔÇÖt I add/edit information?
You are required to have a Soccer Wiki account before you can add or edit information.

Data Changes

How do I make a player edit?
Only registered, logged in users can submit new data or suggest an edit to existing data. The suggested edit form can be found by clicking on the 'Edit' button on the player profiles overview. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
How can I submit new data such as players, managers, referees or clubs on the Soccer Wiki?
Only registered, logged in users can submit new data or suggest an edit to existing data. The suggested edit form can be found by clicking on the 'Edit' button. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
When will my corrections be applied?
Corrections will not be applied instantly because they have to be checked first by the administrators or the data scouts. Due to the high number of corrections, it can take some time to prove and accept the correction. When the corrections have been accepted, it also can take up to 24 hours until the change can be displayed on the website because the corrections data are stored temporarily.
How do I make a correction on a club profile?
You can suggest corrections to any data you like. Click on the 'Edit' button on a club's profile. The community will vote on it and if sufficient votes are received then it will be added to the Soccer Wiki database. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
How do I make a correction on a manager's profile?
You can suggest corrections to any data you like. Click on the 'Edit' button on a manager's profile. The community will vote on it and if sufficient votes are received then it will be added to the Soccer Wiki database. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
How do I make a correction on a referee's profile?
You can suggest corrections to any data you like. Click on the 'Edit' button on a referee's profile. The community will vote on it and if sufficient votes are received then it will be added to the Soccer Wiki database. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
How do I make a correction for a stadium?
You can suggest corrections to any data you like. Click on the 'Edit' button on a stadium's profile. The community will vote on it and if sufficient votes are received then it will be added to the Soccer Wiki database. You must be logged into to see the 'Edit' button.
How do I change or add photos of players, managers, referees, clubs, stadiums, leagues or cup competitions?
You can upload them. Please read our Terms of Use: Forum and Communications before uploading. Submitted images are moderated by other users of the community for inaccurate, obscene, offensive and defamatory content. If you abuse the use of this feature you will be banned from uploading images in future.
Who adds new and edits existing information on Soccer Wiki?
You do! All of the information on Soccer Wiki has been added and edited by multiple users, not just one.
Who decides what new information is added or changed on Soccer Wiki?
You do! All of the information on Soccer Wiki is voted on by multiple users, not just one.
Is the information accurate?
Soccer Wiki can not guarantee the accuracy of the information as it is completely maintained by the Soccer Wiki community.
What information can be added?
Any soccer information can be added to the Soccer Wiki. The Soccer Wiki community will decide whether they think it should be included in the wiki.
Why canÔÇÖt I add/edit information?
You are required to have a Soccer Wiki account before you can add or edit information.
How do I add new information?
You can add new information once you have created an account by simply clicking on 'Add' within the top navigation bar. You then choose which data you would like to add prior to completing the required form and submitting this new information.
How do I change existing information?
You can change existing information once you have created an account by simply clicking on 'Edit' on any page within the site. You then choose which information you would like to edit prior to submitting this new information.
Why was my information not added/edited?
Before new information is added/edited to the Soccer Wiki it is voted on by multiple users to see whether the community think it should be added or changed.
I canÔÇÖt edit information as it states a change is already being voted on?
If you cannot edit any information on a page then it will be due to new information already been submitted. This is because only one edit per page can be submitted at any one time.

Levels

What are Levels?
Levels are based upon reputation points. Registered accounts begin with 50 reputation points.
How do I receive reputation points?
You receive reputation points by voting, submitting new data or suggesting edits to existing data.
Levels
Seviye─░simMinimum Reputation Points 
1Yetenek Avc─▒s─▒0Correct and edit player, club, manager and other data. Submit new players and other data. Vote to approve data submitted by the community.
2K─▒demli ─░zci500Senior Scouts support the community in keeping the Soccer Wiki database as up to date and as accurate as possible.
3S├╝per ─░zci2000Super Scouts support the community in keeping the Soccer Wiki database as up to date and as accurate as possible.
4Ba┼č ─░zci7500Moderators manage and moderate data on the Soccer Wiki. Together, they decide how to handle infractions on the Soccer Wiki's site policy. Some moderators are also admins, and can impose temporary or permanent bans.

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Approved by the community+50+10+10+10+10+10+10
Rejected by the community-50-10-10-10-10-10-10
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You voted thumbs up+1-1
You voted thumbs down-1+1

Cezalar

Why am I banned?
There are several sanctions on Soccer Wiki in case of misconducts. The following list should help to understand the sanction system of the Soccer Wiki.
Permanent prohibition of use.
Account bans
Permanent prohibition of use.
Reason: Very serious violations against Soccer Wiki rules.
Sanction: Permanent prohibition of use on the Soccer Wiki website.
Temporary bans
Reason: Massive spam or disturbance of the community peace.
Sanction: The user can be banned by a moderator on short notice until the case is resolved by the moderator. The temporary ban must not lead to an actual ban but normally, that will happen.

The final decision is in the hand of the administrators.