2004–05 F.C. Copenhagen season

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F.C. Copenhagen
2004-05 season
Chairman Flemming Østergaard
Manager Hans Backe
Danish Superliga 2nd
Danish Cup Semifinals
UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round
Royal League Winner
Top goalscorer League: Hjalte Nørregaard, Álvaro Santos, Magne Hoseth (8)
All: Álvaro Santos (13)
Highest home attendance 40,654 (vs Brøndby IF, 19 September 2004
Lowest home attendance 5,845 (vs IFK Göteborg, 24 February 2005

FCK ended second in the Danish Superliga in the season 2004-05.

They won on May 26 the Royal League again, after an exciting final against IFK Göteborg, which were decided in a penalty shootout.

FCK were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League by ND Gorica on August 4 after an embarrassing defeat on 5-0 home after FCK won 2-1 away.

Squad[edit]

The following squads, are lists with all the players, who have played in F.C. Copenhagen in the 2004-05 season.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Magnus Kihlstedt
2 Denmark DF Lars Jacobsen
3 Estonia DF Urmas Rooba
4 Denmark DF Bo Svensson (captain)
5 Finland DF Janne Saarinen
6 Sweden MF Tobias Linderoth
7 Brazil FW Álvaro Santos
8 Denmark MF Michael Silberbauer
9 Norway MF Magne Hoseth
10 South Africa FW Sibusiso Zuma
11 Denmark MF Thomas Røll
12 Faroe Islands FW Todi Jónsson
15 Denmark DF Peter Christiansen
No. Position Player
16 Denmark DF Dan Thomassen
17 Denmark DF Ole Tobiasen
18 Denmark MF Carsten Fredgaard
21 Hungary GK Balázs Rabóczki
22 Denmark MF Morten Bertolt
23 Denmark MF William Kvist
24 Denmark MF Christian Traoré
25 Denmark MF Hjalte Nørregaard
26 South Africa MF Elrio van Heerden
27 Denmark FW Jesper Bech
28 Denmark MF Martin Bergvold
31 Denmark GK Benny Gall
32 Denmark FW Peter Møller

Results[edit]

Results for F.C. Copenhagen for season 2004-2005.

NOTE: scores are written FCK first

Date Venue Opponents Score Comp FCK scorers
July 5, 2004 KÍ Stadium, Klaksvík, Faroe Islands Klaksvík 0-1 F
July 7, 2004 Gundadalur, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands HB 4-1 F Santos (2), Silberbauer (2)
July 11, 2004 Horne Stadion, Horne[disambiguation needed] Hamburg 0-1 F
July 15, 2004 Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden Tottenham 2-2 F Santos, Røll
July 20, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen AaB 2-0 DSC Jacobsen, Tobiasen
July 24, 2004 Silkeborg Stadion, Silkeborg Silkeborg 2-2 DSL Silberbauer, Røll
July 27, 2004 Stadion Športni Park, Nova Gorica, Slovenia Gorica 2-1 CLQ Santos, Møller
August 1, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Esbjerg 2-2 DSL Nørregaard, Tobiasen
August 4, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Gorica 0-5 CLQ
August 7, 2004 Viborg Stadion, Viborg Viborg 2-3 DSL Bech, Silberbauer
August 15, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen OB 1-1 DSL Hoseth
August 29, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen AaB 3-2 DSL Hoseth, Santos, Bech
September 11, 2004 Randers Stadion, Randers Randers 0-0 DSL
September 19, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Brøndby 1-3 DSL Nørregaard
September 22, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen AGF 2-1 DSL Hoseth, Nørregaard
September 26, 2005 Farum Park, Farum Nordsjælland 2-1 DSL Rasmussen (FCN) (og), Santos
October 2, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Herfølge 2-0 DSL Nørregaard, Zuma
October 17, 2004 Silkeborg Stadion, Silkeborg Silkeborg 1-4 DSL Hoseth
October 24, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Viborg 0-0 DSL
October 27, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen OB 2-1 DC Nørregaard, Tobiasen
October 30, 2004 Farum Park, Farum Nordsjælland 3-2 DSL Bech, Nørregaard, Zuma
November 3, 2004 SAS Arena, Herning Midtjylland 0-2 DSL
November 7, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen AGF 2-3 DSL Nørregaard, Tobiasen
November 11, 2004 Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden Göteborg 1-0 RLB Nørregaard
November 14, 2004 Herfølge Stadion, Herfølge Herfølge 1-0 DSL Møller
November 21, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen AaB 4-0 DSL Møller (3), Thomassen
November 27, 2004 Esbjerg Idrætspark, Esbjerg Esbjerg 1-1 DSL Tobiasen
December 2, 2004 Alfheim Stadion, Tromsø, Norway Tromsø 0-0 RLB
December 5, 2004 Parken, Copenhagen Brøndby 1-1 RLB van Heerden
January 28, 2005 La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain Lokomotiv Moscow 0-3 LMC
January 31, 2005 La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain Vålerenga 1-0 LMC Bech
February 4, 2005 La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain Rosenborg 2-1 LMC Santos, Zuma
February 13, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Tromsø 3-0[1] RLB
February 17, 2005 Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby Brøndby 0-2 RLB Silberbauer (2)
February 24, 2006 Parken, Copenhagen Göteborg 1-0 RLB Bergvold
March 3, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Rosenborg 2-2 RL1 Santos, Hoseth
March 6, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Fremad Amager 3-1 DC Santos, Silberbauer, Hoseth
March 13, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Midtjylland 4-0 DSL Svensson, Hoseth, Silberbauer (2)
March 17, 2005 Malmö Stadion, Malmö, Sweden Malmö 0-1 RL1
March 20, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Randers 4-0 DSL Santos, Bech (2), Hoseth
April 3, 2005 Odense Stadion, Odense OB 2-1 DSL Silberbauer (2)
April 6, 2005 Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby Brøndby 0-1 DC
April 10, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Brøndby 3-0 DSL Zuma, Nørregaard, Hoseth
April 14, 2005 Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim, Norway Rosenborg 1-0 RL1 Nørregaard
April 17, 2005 Atletion, Århus AGF 2-1 DSL Santos, Nørregaard
April 20, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Brøndby 2-2 DC Santos, Saarinen
April 23, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Nordsjælland 2-0 DSL Møller, Santos
April 28, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Malmö 2-1 RL1 Møller, Zuma
May 1, 2005 Viborg Stadion, Viborg Viborg 2-0 DSL Møller, Santos
May 8, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Silkeborg 0-1 DSL
May 16, 2005 Brøndby Stadion, Brøndby Brøndby 0-5 DSL
May 19, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen OB 1-1 DSL Zuma
May 22, 2005 Randers Stadion, Randers Randers 1-0 DSL Hoseth
May 26, 2005 Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden Göteborg 12-11
(pen)
RLF Nørregaard
May 29, 2005 SAS Arena, Herning Midtjylland 0-1 DSL
June 12, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Esbjerg 1-0 DSL Santos
June 15, 2005 Aalborg Stadion, Aalborg AaB 1-1 DSL Zuma
June 19, 2005 Parken, Copenhagen Herfølge 1-1 DSL Santos

Key:

  • DSL = Danish Superliga
  • DC = Danish Cup
  • CLQ = UEFA Champions League Qualifier
  • RLB = Royal League Group B
  • RL1 = Royal League Group 1
  • RLF = Royal League Final
  • LMC = La Manga Cup
  • F = Friendly match

Top goalscorers[edit]

Note! Only official matches!
Álvaro Santos 13
Hjalte Nørregaard 12
Magne Hoseth 10
Michael Silberbauer 9
Peter Møller 8

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tromsø were judged as loser of the game after using an illegal player. The original match ended 2-2.