2004–05 Segunda Divisão B

The 2004–05 Segunda Divisão season was the 71st season of the competition and the 55th season of recognised third-tier football in Portugal.[1]

Segunda Divisão
Season2004–05
ChampionsFC Vizela
Promoted
Relegated12 teams

OverviewEdit

The league was contested by 59 teams in 3 divisions with SC Covilhã, FC Vizela and FC Barreirense winning the respective divisional competitions and gaining promotion to the Liga de Honra. The overall championship was won by FC Vizela.[1]

League standingsEdit

Segunda Divisão – Zona NorteEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 FC Vizela 38 24 8 6 69 30 +39 80 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 Dragões Sandinenses 38 21 10 7 66 40 +26 73
3 FC Infesta 38 21 8 9 68 45 +23 71
4 SC Freamunde 38 19 11 8 79 37 +42 68
5 FC Porto B 38 20 6 12 63 33 +30 66
6 Vilaverdense 38 18 9 11 51 36 +15 63
7 SC Braga B 38 18 8 12 68 48 +20 62
8 Lixa FC 38 17 6 15 45 44 +1 57
9 AD Fafe 38 15 10 13 46 42 +4 55
10 GD Ribeirão 38 17 3 18 49 51 −2 54
11 Fiães SC 38 15 8 15 55 44 +11 53
12 CDA Valdevez 38 15 8 15 53 42 +11 53
13 FC Pedras Rubras 38 14 11 13 46 48 −2 53
14 AD Lousada 38 14 10 14 60 51 +9 52
15 CD Trofense 38 13 10 15 46 48 −2 49
16 União Paredes 38 13 6 19 42 57 −15 45
17 União Lamas 38 12 7 19 33 54 −21 43 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 SC Valenciano 38 10 6 22 31 57 −26 36
19 Vilanovense FC 38 7 5 26 29 85 −56 26
20 SC Salgueiros 38 1 2 35 19 126 −107 5
Source: [1]

Segunda Divisão – Zona CentroEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 SC Covilhã 36 19 12 5 61 32 +29 69 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 CD Mafra 36 17 14 5 47 28 +19 65
3 Académico Viseu 36 19 7 10 52 34 +18 64
4 CD Fátima 36 14 14 8 56 40 +16 56
5 AD Sanjoanense 36 14 11 11 46 40 +6 53
6 SCU Torreense 36 14 10 12 51 37 +14 52
7 GD Tourizense 36 13 12 11 56 44 +12 51
8 Abrantes FC 36 14 9 13 47 44 +3 51
9 Benfica Castelo Branco 36 13 11 12 50 43 +7 50
10 SC Esmoriz 36 12 14 10 45 50 −5 50
11 SC Penalva do Castelo 36 13 9 14 41 42 −1 48
12 Oliveira do Bairro 36 12 12 12 51 51 0 48
13 UD Oliveirense 36 12 12 12 59 45 +14 48
14 Oliveira do Hospital 36 11 12 13 41 49 −8 45
15 SC Pombal 36 11 10 15 33 46 −13 43
16 FC Pampilhosa 36 10 12 14 37 49 −12 42
17 CD Estarreja 36 9 10 17 35 51 −16 37 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 Caldas SC 36 9 8 19 34 61 −27 35
19 UD Vilafranquense 36 4 5 27 25 81 −56 17

CD Alcains Withdrew[1]

Segunda Divisão – Zona SulEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 FC Barreirense 38 21 10 7 52 31 +21 73 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 CD Pinhalnovense 38 20 12 6 51 25 +26 72
3 União Funchal 38 18 9 11 47 38 +9 63
4 CD Portosantense 38 18 9 11 44 38 +6 63
5 Casa Pia AC 38 17 8 13 56 44 +12 59
6 Operário Açores 38 16 10 12 42 33 +9 58
7 AD Camacha 38 15 11 12 51 45 +6 56
8 CD Olivais e Moscavide 38 14 12 12 48 39 +9 54
9 Odivelas FC 38 16 5 17 50 51 −1 53
10 Marítimo Funchal B 38 14 9 15 53 49 +4 51
11 União Micaelense 38 13 12 13 34 38 −4 51
12 Louletano DC 38 13 10 15 49 43 +6 49
13 SC Lusitânia 38 12 12 14 42 42 0 48
14 Oriental Lisboa 38 11 15 12 36 41 −5 48
15 AD Pontassolense 38 14 6 18 47 60 −13 48
16 CD Ribeira Brava 38 14 5 19 43 44 −1 47
17 Atlético CP 38 12 11 15 47 58 −11 47 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 Estrela Vendas Novas 38 10 12 16 34 49 −15 42
19 Vasco da Gama AC Sines 38 5 14 19 24 52 −28 29
20 Amora FC 38 6 10 22 37 67 −30 28
Source: [1]

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "Portugal – Table of Honor – soccerlibrary.free.fr" (PDF). Soccer Library. Retrieved 2012-05-16.

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