2004–05 La Liga

  • la liga
    season2004–05
    championsbarcelona
    17th title
    relegatedlevante
    numancia
    albacete
    champions leaguebarcelona (group stage)
    real madrid (group stage)
    villarreal (3rd qualifying round)
    betis (3rd qualifying round)
    uefa cupespanyol (first round)
    sevilla (first round)
    osasuna (first round) (via copa del rey)
    intertoto cupvalencia (third round)
    deportivo (second round)
    athletic bilbao (second round)
    matches played380
    goals scored980 (2.58 per match)
    top goalscorerdiego forlán, samuel eto'o (25)
    biggest home winreal madrid 6–1 albacete
    (14 november 2004)[1]
    real madrid 5–0 levante
    (28 november 2004)[2]
    real madrid 5–0 racing
    (7 may 2005)[3]
    biggest away winosasuna 1–6 málaga
    (27 february 2005)[4]
    highest scoringathletic bilbao 4–4 betis
    (13 february 2005)[5]
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    2005–06

    the 2004–05 la liga season, the 74th since its establishment, started on 28 august 2004 and finished on 29 may 2005.

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  • team information
  • league table
  • overall
  • results
  • awards
  • see also
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La Liga
Season2004–05
ChampionsBarcelona
17th title
RelegatedLevante
Numancia
Albacete
Champions LeagueBarcelona (group stage)
Real Madrid (group stage)
Villarreal (3rd qualifying round)
Betis (3rd qualifying round)
UEFA CupEspanyol (first round)
Sevilla (first round)
Osasuna (first round) (via Copa del Rey)
Intertoto CupValencia (third round)
Deportivo (second round)
Athletic Bilbao (second round)
Matches played380
Goals scored980 (2.58 per match)
Top goalscorerDiego Forlán, Samuel Eto'o (25)
Biggest home winReal Madrid 6–1 Albacete
(14 November 2004)[1]
Real Madrid 5–0 Levante
(28 November 2004)[2]
Real Madrid 5–0 Racing
(7 May 2005)[3]
Biggest away winOsasuna 1–6 Málaga
(27 February 2005)[4]
Highest scoringAthletic Bilbao 4–4 Betis
(13 February 2005)[5]

The 2004–05 La Liga season, the 74th since its establishment, started on 28 August 2004 and finished on 29 May 2005.