Fenerbahce chairman Aziz Yildirim has been sentenced to six years in prison after being found guilty of match-fixing and forming an illegal organisation, but will not have to serve the sentence.
A Turkish court reached the guilty verdict against Yildrim on Monday, but Turkish law means the amount of time he had served in prison while awaiting trial - a year - represents enough of a portion of his sentence for him to be released from custody.
He was among 93 defendants, including club executives and players, being tried in the case. The court also convicted several other suspects, including the former Giresunspor president Olgun Peker, on similar charges.
The verdicts were delivered two months after the Turkish football federation cleared all 16 Turkish teams of involvement in alleged match-fixing.
The clubs were cleared because there was no evidence that alleged attempts to fix games had altered the course of 22 matches under suspicion.