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2005 InterLiga

For 2005, Mexico was granted a third berth in the Libertadores. The Mexican federation decided to grant one of its Libertadores berths based strictly on play during the league season, but retained InterLiga for the other two spots. The group phas ...


2004–05 Botola

CAF Confederation Cup: Olympique Khouribga. Arab Champions League: Raja Casablanca, Wydad Casablanca and Olympique Safi. CAF Champions League: FAR Rabat and Raja Casablanca.


2004–05 New Zealand Football Championship

The league kicked off on 15 October 2004, with a 3-1 victory for Auckland City at Napier City Rovers and it soon became clear that Auckland City, along with Waitakere United, were the class teams in the championship. Auckland lost only three game ...


2004 New Zealand NBL season

The 2004 NBL season was the 23rd season of the National Basketball League. The Auckland Stars won the championship in 2004 to claim their eighth league title.


2004 New Zealand rugby league season

The 2004 New Zealand rugby league season was the 97th season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand. The main feature of the year was the fifth season of the Bartercard Cup competition that was run by the New Zealand Rugby League. Th ...


2004 New Zealand Warriors season

The 2004 New Zealand Warriors season was the 10th in the clubs history. The club competed in Australasias National Rugby League. The coach of the team was Daniel Anderson while Monty Betham was the club captain. Daniel Anderson resigned in June a ...


2004–05 UPC-ligaen season

The 2004–05 UPC-ligaen was the 66th season of Norways premier ice hockey league, Eliteserien, which as of this season became known as the UPC-ligaen after UPC had acquired the naming rights for five years. Vålerenga won both the League Championsh ...


2004 Tippeligaen

The 2004 Tippeligaen was the 59th completed season of top division football in Norway. The season began on 12 April 2004 and ended on 30 October 2004. Each team played 26 games with three points given for a win and one point for a draw. Number th ...


2004 Norwegian First Division

The 2004 1. divisjon was a Norwegian second-tier football season. The season kicked off on 12 April 2004, and the final round was played on 31 October 2004. A start was made in 2005 Tippeliga as first division winners, along with "Alesund", took ...


2004 2. divisjon

The 2004 2. divisjon season was the third highest football league for men in Norway. 26 games were played in 4 groups, 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Tønsberg, Follo, lov-ham and Alta were promoted to the first division. Number twelve, ...


2004 3. divisjon

The 2004 season of the 3. divisjon, the fourth highest association football league for men in Norway. 22 games were played in 24 groups, with 3 points for wins and 1 for draws. Twelve teams were promoted to 2. divisjon through the playoffs.


2004–05 Omani League

The 2004–05 Omani League was the 29th edition of the top football league in Oman. It began on 23 September 2004 and finished on 19 May 2005. Al-Nasr S.C.S.C. were the defending champions, having won the previous 2003–04 Omani League season. On Th ...


2004 Sultan Qaboos Cup

The 2004 Sultan Qaboos Cup was the 32nd edition of the Sultan Qaboos Cup, the premier knockout tournament for football teams in Oman. The contest began September 15, 2004, round of 32 and was signed on 23 November 2004. Ruwi club were the Champio ...


2005–06 Pakistan Premier League

The 2005–06 Pakistan Premier League season was the 2nd season of Pakistan Premier League and 51st season of Pakistan domestic football. WAPDA were the Champions, winning his 1st of the Pakistan Premier League and the 5th title in the past Pakista ...



ANAPROF 2005 is the 2005 season of the Panamanian football league, ANAPROF. The season started on February 11, 2005 with the "Torneo Apertura 2005" and finalized on November 12, 2005 with the Torneo Clausura 2005. The Apertura champion was Plaza ...


2004 Peruvian Segunda Division

The 2004 Segunda Division Peruana, the second division of Peruvian football, was played by 12 teams. The tournament winner, Olimpico Somos Peru was promoted to the Copa Peru. The last place, Alcides Vigo was relegated. The tournament was played o ...


2004 Torneo Descentralizado

The 2004 Torneo Descentralizado was the eighty-eighth season of Peruvian football. A total of 14 teams competed in the tournament, with Alianza Lima as the defending champion. Alianza Lima won its twenty-first Primera Division title after beating ...


2004–05 Polish Basketball League

The first 10 teams will play in Era Basket Liga in the next season: Arcus Detal-Met Notec Inowroclaw. AZS Gaz Ziemny Koszalin. Gipsar Stal Ostrow Wlkp. Ostromecko Astoria Bydgoszcz. (Ostromecko Астория Быдгощ) Prokom Trefl Sopot. (Проком Трефл Со ...


2004–05 Ekstraklasa

The 2004–05 Ekstraklasa is the 79th season of the Polish Football Championship and the 71st season of the Ekstraklasa, the top Polish professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1927.


2004–05 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 2004–05 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the 70th season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. Eight teams participated in the league, and GKS Tychy won the championship.


2004–05 in Portuguese football

The 2004–05 season saw Benfica clinch the SuperLiga Galp Energia title after almost 11 years without the championship. The SuperLiga had one of the most competitive years, with both Braga and Boavista fighting for the title for a reasonable amoun ...


2004 Supertaça Candido de Oliveira

The 2004 Supertaça Candido de Oliveira was the 26th edition of the Supertaça Candido de Oliveira, the annual Portuguese football season-opening match contested by the winners of the previous seasons top league and cup competitions. The match was ...


2004–05 Divizia A

The 2004–05 Divizia A was the eighty-seventh season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania. Season began in July 2004 and ended in June 2005. Steaua Bucuresti became champions on 11 June 2005.


2004–05 Divizia B

The 2004–05 Divizia B was the 65th season of Divizia B, the second tier of the Romanian football league system. It was the second in this format. The first team of each series was produced at the end of the season in division a, while the bottom ...


2004–05 Romanian Hockey League season

The 2004–05 Romanian Hockey League season was the 75th season of the Romanian Hockey League. Six teams participated in the league, and Steaua Bucuresti won the championship.


Primera Division de Futbol Profesional Apertura 2004

The Salvador Primera Division de Futbol Profesional Apertura 2004 season started on August 7, 2004. The season consisted of the following clubs:


Primera Division de Futbol Profesional Clausura 2005

The Primera Division de Futbol Profesional Clausura 2005 season started on January 29, 2005. The season consisted of the following clubs:


2004–05 Serbian Second League

The Serbian Second Football League is the second-highest football league in Serbia. The league is operated by the Serbian FA. 20 teams competed in this league for the 2004–05 season. Two teams were promoted to the Serbia and Montenegro SuperLiga ...


2004–05 Serbian Hockey League season

The Serbian Hockey League Season for 2005-2006 was held. It started on October 14. In the end KHK Crvena Zvezda won, ending the dominance of HK Vojvodina.


2004–05 Slovak Superliga

The 2004–05 Slovak Superliga was the 12th season of first-tier football league in Slovakia, since its establishment in 1993. This season started on 24 July 2004 and ended on 15 June 2005. MSK Zilina are the defending champions.


2004–05 2. Liga (Slovakia)

The 2004–05 season of the Slovak Second Football League was the twelfth season of the league since its establishment. It began on 24 July 2004 and ended on 14 June 2005.


2004–05 Premier Soccer League

In the 2004–05 season, the Premier Soccer League – now known as the South African Premier Division, the top tier of association football in South Africa – contained 16 teams. The championship was won by Kaizer Chiefs.


2005 Copa del Rey de Baloncesto

The 2005 Copa del Rey was the 69th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and was disputed in Zaragoza in the Pabellon Principe Felipe between days 17 and 20 of February. The winning team was Unicaja.


2004–05 Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo season

The 2004–05 Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo season was the 31st season of the Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo, the top level of ice hockey in Spain. Seven teams participated in the league, and CH Jaca won the championship.


2004 Svenska Cupen

Svenska Cupen 2004 was the forty-ninth season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on 28 March 2004 and concluded on 6 November 2004 with the Final, held at Råsunda Stadium, Solna Municipality in Stockholms lan. Djurgårdens I ...


2004–05 Swiss Super League

The Swiss Super League season 2004–05 was originally contested by ten teams. On 4 February 2005 the parent company of Servette FC was declared bankrupt. As a consequence of the bankruptcy Servette FC had their license revoked. The eighteen result ...


2004–05 Nationalliga A season

The 2004–05 NLA season was the 67th regular season of the Nationalliga A, the main professional ice hockey league in Switzerland. The season began on 17 September 2004, in the last qualifying match of the League was played on 14 April 2005.


2004–05 Thai League

The 2004-05 Thai Premier League had 10 teams. Two clubs would be relegated as the league would be expanded to 12 teams for the 2006 season. Two teams promoted from the rival Provincial League and two clubs from Thailand Division 1 League. The tea ...


2004 Kings Cup

The 2004 Kings Cup finals were held from November 30 to December 1, 2006, in Bangkok The Kings Cup is an annual football tournament, the first tournament was played in 1968. The tournament was returned to the competition for the shootout, since t ...


2004–05 Turkish Basketball League

The 2004-05 Turkish Basketball League was the 39th season of the top-tier professional basketball league in Turkey. The season started on October 22, 2004. Efes Pilsen won their twelfth national championship this season.


2004–05 TBHSL season

The 2004–05 Turkish Ice Hockey Super League season was the 13th season of the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League, the top level of ice hockey in Turkey. Ten teams participated in the league.


2004 Yokary Liga

The 2004 Turkmenistan Higher League season was the twelfth season of Turkmenistans professional football league. Ten teams competed in 2004.


2004 Tuvalu A-Division

The 2004 season of the Tuvalu A-Division was the fourth season of association football competition. The title was won by Lakena United, their first title and the first time the league was won by a team other than FC Niutao.


2004 Uganda Super League

The 2004 Uganda Super League was contested by 16 teams and was won by SC Villa, while Tower Of Praise TV, Iganga Town Council FC, Mbale Heroes, Ruhinda FC, Old Timers FC and Moyo Town Council FC were relegated.


2004–05 Ukrainian Hockey Championship

The 2004–05 Ukrainian Hockey League season was the 12th season of the Ukrainian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Ukraine. 12 teams participated in the league, and HC Sokil Kyiv won the championship.


2004 Uruguayan Primera Division

Nacional and Danubio qualified to the championship playoffs as the Apertura and Clausura winners, respectively The game F. C. became Champions by winning the qualifying tournament and the annual table.


2004 Uzbek League

The 2004 Uzbek League season was the 13th edition of top level football in Uzbekistan since independence from the Soviet Union in 1992. Pakhtakor were the defending champions from the 2003 campaign.


2005–06 WNBL season

The 2005–06 WNBL season was the 26th season of competition since its establishment in 1981. A total of 8 teams contested the league. Broadcasting rights were held open ABC network. ABC broadcast one game a week, at 1:00pm at every standard time i ...


2005 FIBA Africa Championship squads

Soufiane Boulaya. (Хуссин Boulaya) Nasser Haif. (Нассер Наполовину) Farouk Djellali. (Djellali Фарук) Fadji Allah Harouni. (Fadji Аллах Harouni) Redouane Fergati. (Fergati Редуан) Mourad Bougheir. (Мурад Bougheir) Amine Beramdane. (Амин Beramdane ...


2005–06 Algerian Championnat National 2

The Algerian Championnat National 2 season 2005-06 is the thirteenth season of the league under its current title and fifteenth season under its current league division format. It started on 16 August 2008.

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