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2004–05 Copa del Rey

2004–05 Copa del Rey
Country Spain
Champions Real Betis
Runners-up Osasuna

The Copa del Rey 2004–05 is the 101st staging of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on September 1, 2004 and concluded on June 1, 2005 with the Final, held at the Estadio Vicente Calderón in Madrid, in which Real Betis lifted the trophy for the first time since 1977 with a 2–1 victory over CA Osasuna.

First round

Home Matches:

September 1, 2004
CD Móstoles 1–2 UD Vecindario
Santa Eulàlia 1–4 UD Lanzarote
CCD Cerceda 3–1 Castillo CF
CD Ourense 1–0 UD Pájara Playas de Jandía
SD Noja 2–3 Logroñés CF
Gimnástica Segoviana CF 0–1 Sestao River Club
Real Oviedo 0–0 Amurrio Club
Burgos CF 1–1 SD Ponferradina
Utebo FC 1–0 CF Badalona
Girona FC 1–0 Alicante CF
CM Peralta 1–1 CD Castellón
Benidorm CD 2–1 UDA Gramenet
Granada CF 0–2 AD Ceuta
AD Mar Menor-San Javier 0–0 Lorca Deportiva
Quintanar Rey 1–1 CD Alcalá
CD Don Benito 1–0 UD Melilla
CD Badajoz 1–0 UB Conquense

Away Matches:

September 9, 2004
UD Vecindario 2–2 CD Móstoles Agg:4-3
UD Lanzarote 2–1 Santa Eulàlia Agg:6-2
Castillo CF 0–2 CCD Cerceda Agg:1-5
UD Pájara Playas de Jandía 0–1 CD Ourense Agg:0-2
Logroñés CF 0–0 SD Noja Agg:3-2
Sestao River Club 0–2 Gimnástica Segoviana CF Agg:1-2
Amurrio Club 2–1 Real Oviedo Agg:2-1
SD Ponferradina 0–2 Burgos CF Agg:1-3
CF Badalona 5–0 Utebo FC Agg:5-1
Alicante CF 0–0 Girona FC Agg:0-1
CD Castellón 2–1 CM Peralta Agg:3-2
UDA Gramenet 3–0 Benidorm CD Agg:4-2
AD Ceuta 1–1 Granada CF Agg:3-1
Lorca Deportiva 3–1 AD Mar Menor-San Javier Agg:3-1
CD Alcalá 3–0 Quintanar Rey Agg:4-1
UD Melilla 1–1 CD Don Benito Agg:1-2
UB Conquense 2–0 CD Badajoz Agg:2-1

Round of 64

October 26, 2004
CCD Cerceda 0–2 Deportivo de La Coruña
CD Castellón 0–0 (2–4 PP) CA Osasuna
CD Leganés 1–2 Real Madrid
October 27, 2004
Logroñés CF 0–3 CD Numancia
Amurrio Club 2–3 AET Racing de Santander
Gimnástica Segoviana CF 0–1 Athletic Bilbao
SD Eibar 0–0 (2–4 PP) Real Valladolid
Terrassa FC 1–1 (4–2 PP) RCD Espanyol
UE Lleida 1–0 Valencia CF
Algeciras CF 0–1 Sevilla FC
CD Don Benito 0–2 Málaga CF
Xerez CD 0–1 Ciudad de Murcia
CF Badalona 0–0 (3–4 PP) Levante UD
UD Las Palmas 0–1 Getafe CF
Rayo Vallecano 0–1 AET RCD Mallorca
CD Alcalá 0–0 (2–4 PP) Real Betis
AD Ceuta 0–1 AET Albacete Balompié
Cultural Leonesa 1–1 (3–2 PP) Deportivo Alavés
UDA Gramenet 1–0 AET FC Barcelona
CD Ourense 0–3 Atlético Madrid
UD Lanzarote 3–2 Racing de Ferrol
Sporting de Gijón 1–2 Elche CF
Cádiz CF 4–0 Polideportivo Ejido
Gimnàstic de Tarragona 2–1 Real Zaragoza
CD Tenerife 3–1 AET Celta de Vigo
Burgos CF 1–3 Real Sociedad
UD Vecindario 2–3 AET Pontevedra CF
CD Mirandés 3–2 AET UD Salamanca
Lorca Deportiva 4–1 Real Murcia
October 28, 2004
Girona FC 2–1 Villarreal CF
November 3, 2004
Córdoba CF 0–0 (4–3 PP) UD Almería
November 4, 2004
UB Conquense 0–2 (AET) Recreativo de Huelva

Round of 32

November 10, 2004
UD Lanzarote 2–1 RCD Mallorca
Pontevedra CF 1–2 AET Getafe CF
CD Tenerife 1–2 Real Madrid
CD Mirandés 0–0 (4–3 PP) Real Sociedad
Cultural Leonesa 1–2 (AET) Athletic Bilbao
Real Valladolid 2–1 Racing de Santander
UDA Gramenet 2–1 Levante UD
Girona FC 0–1 AET CA Osasuna
Lorca Deportiva 5–2 AET Málaga CF
Ciudad de Murcia 1–2 Sevilla FC
Elche CF 1–0 Deportivo de La Coruña
Terrassa FC 2–2 (2–4 PP) UE Lleida
Cádiz CF 0–2 Real Betis
Córdoba CF 1–1 (3–4 PP) CD Numancia
Recreativo de Huelva 1–0 AET Albacete Balompié
November 11, 2004
Gimnàstic de Tarragona 0–1 AET Atlético Madrid

Knock-out rounds

Round of 16

Home Matches:

January 11, 2005
Recreativo de Huelva 0–2 Sevilla FC
UDA Gramenet 2–0 UE Lleida
January 12, 2005
UD Lanzarote 2–1 Athletic Bilbao
Lorca CF 1–3 Atlético Madrid
CD Mirandés 1–3 Real Betis
Elche CF 1–0 CD Numancia
CA Osasuna 2–0 Getafe CF
January 13, 2005
Real Valladolid 0–0 Real Madrid

Away Matches:

January 18, 2005
Sevilla FC 2–1 Recreativo de Huelva Agg:4-1
UDA Gramenet 1–0 UE Lleida Agg:1-2
January 19, 2005
Athletic Bilbao 6–0 UD Lanzarote Agg:7-2
Real Madrid 1–1 Real Valladolid Agg:1-1
Real Betis 0–0 CD Mirandés Agg:3-1
CD Numancia 1–0 Elche CF Agg:1-1 (5–3 PP)
Getafe CF 3–2 CA Osasuna Agg:3-4
January 20, 2005
Atlético Madrid 2–0 Lorca CF Agg:5-1

Quarterfinals

First leg

All times CEST.

January 25
21:00
Athletic Bilbao 3–2 Real Valladolid
del Horno Goal 18'
Ezquerro Goal 72'
Iraola Goal 78' (pen.)
(Report) Muñoz Goal 8'
Aduriz Goal 86' (pen.)
Estadio San Mamés, Bilbao
Referee: Mejuto González

January 26
21:00
Sevilla 2–1 Osasuna
Antoñito Goal 20'
Navas Goal 78'
(Report) Aloisi Goal 37' (pen.)
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Sevilla
Referee: Muñiz Fernández

January 27
21:00
Gramenet 2–2 Real Betis
Moreno Goal 21' (o.g.)
Ollés Goal 51'
(Report) Fernández Goal 15'
Assunção Goal 74'
Municipal de Santa Coloma, Santa Coloma de Gramanet
Referee: González Vázquez

February 2
21:00
Numancia 0–0 Atlético Madrid
(Report)
Nuevo Estadio Los Pajaritos, Soria
Referee: Pérez Burrull

Second leg

February 2
21:00
Osasuna 3–1 Sevilla
Valdo Goal 25'
Cuéllar Goal 70'
Muñoz Goal 86'
(Report) Makukula Goal 88'
Estadio Reyno de Navarra, Pamplona
Referee: Pérez Lasa

February 2
21:00
Real Betis 4–3 Gramenet
Fernández Goal 22'
Rivas Goal 25'
Oliveira Goal 57'
Assunção Goal 85'
(Report) Miki Goal 52'
Blaya Goal 67'
Aarón Goal 87'
Estadio Manuel Ruiz de Lopera, Sevilla
Referee: Undiano Mallenco

February 3
21:00
Real Valladolid 0–1 Athletic Bilbao
(Report) Yeste Goal 73' (pen.)
Estadio José Zorrilla, Valladolid
Referee: Ramírez Domínguez

February 16
21:00
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Numancia
Torres Goal 66' (pen.) (Report)
Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid
Referee: Carmona Méndez

Semifinals

First leg

All times CEST.

April 20
21:00
Osasuna 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Valdo Goal 27' (Report)
Estadio Reyno de Navarra, Pamplona
Referee: Rodríguez Santiago

April 21
21:00
Real Betis 0–0 Athletic Bilbao
(report)
Estadio Manuel Ruiz de Lopera, Sevilla
Referee: Daudén Ibáñez

Second leg

All times CEST.


Final

June 11
21:00 (CEST)
Real Betis 2 – 1 A.E.T. Osasuna
Oliveira Goal 73'
Dani Goal 114'
(Report) Aloisi Goal 82'
Copa del Rey 2004–05 Winners
Betis
2nd Title

References

Spain Cup Tournaments 2004/05

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