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2004–05 Slovenian PrvaLiga

Slovenian PrvaLiga
Season 2004–05
Champions Gorica
(3rd title)
Relegated Zagorje
Olimpija (excluded)
Mura (excluded)
Ljubljana (excluded)
Champions League Gorica
UEFA Cup Domžale
Celje
UEFA Intertoto Cup Drava
Matches played 192
Goals scored 470 (2.45 per match)
Top goalscorer Kliton Bozgo
(18 goals)
Biggest home win Gorica 6–0 Zagorje
Biggest away win Olimpija 0–6 Celje
Highest scoring Domžale 6–1 Ljubljana
(7 goals)
Longest winning run 5 games
Gorica
Longest unbeaten run 11 games
Gorica
Longest winless run 21 games
Zagorje
Longest losing run 8 games
Koper
Highest attendance 4,000
Olimpija 1–0 Maribor
Lowest attendance 100
Ljubljana 0–0 Bela Krajina
Total attendance 156,414
Average attendance 818

The season started on 1 August 2004 and ended on 29 May 2005.

  • Each team played a total of 32 matches.

Final table

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Gorica 32 18 11 3 49 23 +26 65
2 Domžale 32 14 10 8 48 36 +12 52
3 Celje 32 16 4 12 47 28 +19 52
4 Primorje 32 12 10 10 37 30 +7 46
5 Drava Ptuj 32 12 10 10 40 36 +4 46
6 Olimpija 32 10 7 15 34 52 –18 37
Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
7 Maribor 32 15 6 11 47 36 +11 51
8 Mura 32 11 11 10 43 39 +4 44
9 Ljubljana 32 10 12 10 38 43 –5 42
10 Bela Krajina 32 9 10 13 31 44 –13 37
11 Koper 32 9 9 14 38 41 –3 36
12 Zagorje 32 2 8 22 18 62 –44 14
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Cup
UEFA Intertoto Cup
Relegated to the Slovenian Second League
Excluded

See also

References

General
Specific

External links

  • Official site of the PrvaLiga (Slovene)
  • Football Association of Slovenia (Slovene)
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