One of the most polite and gentle personality in Turkish Football, Ali Gültiken, was born in Istanbul, on 1965. He started football in Bakırköy Yücespor Club, then moved to the Beşiktaş Youth Team. In 1984-85 season he was promoted to the first team. Under Beşiktaş jersey, he played 262 league matches and scored 91 goals. 1987-88 season was his best season where he scored 30 goals in 38 matches. In 1991-92 season, where Beşiktaş clinched the title without losing a match, Ali Gültiken faced a unfortunate injury on the decisive game for the championship. At the age of 27, he was forced to leave Beşiktaş due to his injury. During his career he won 5 league titles, 3 Turkish Cups, 4 Presidential Cups, 1 Prime Minister Cup and 5 TSYD Cups. He scored 7 against Fenerbahçe and 6 goals against Galatasaray. Ali Gültiken wore the Turkish National Team jersey for 38 times. In his last season he played for Kayserispor, had his testimonial match with Beşiktaş and got retired from professional football. After his football career he aimed to be a coach as he worked for Hatayspor, Mersin İdman Yurdu and Erzurumspor. He was also the Administrative Manager for Beşiktaş, under Mustafa Denizli’s management.