Fenerbahce will challenge UEFA at sport’s highest court in June to seek €45 million ($59 million) in compensation after being barred from the Champions League because of a match-fixing scandal.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport says it will hear Fenerbahce’s appeal against UEFA and Turkey’s football federation on June 18.
Fenerbahce won last season’s Turkish league but was then accused of fixing matches during its unbeaten surge to the title.
Club president Aziz Yildirim was jailed and is the main defendant in an ongoing criminal trial.
The TFF withdrew Fenerbahce from the Champions League last August, days before UEFA conducted the group-stage draw.
Fenerbahce is wants compensation for lost prize money, match revenues and devalued stock.