2005 in association football

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The following are the association football events of the year 2005 throughout the world.

Events[edit]

Winners national championships[edit]

National club championships in Europe (UEFA)[edit]

National club championships in South America (CONMEBOL)[edit]

National club championships in Africa (CAF)[edit]

National club championships in North and Central America (CONCACAF)[edit]

National club championships in Asia (AFC)[edit]

National club championships in Oceania (OFC)[edit]

National club championships in non FIFA affiliated French dependencies[edit]

  • Guadeloupe (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League – Association Sportive Le Gosier
  • French Guyana (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League – ASC Le Geldar Kourou
  • French Polynesia (AFC)
    • Premier League – AS Tefana Faa'a
    • Cup – AS Manu Ura Paea
  • Martinique (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League and Cup – Club Franciscain Le François
  • New Caledonia (OFC)
    • Premier League and Cup – AS Magenta Nickel Nouméa
  • Réunion (CAF):
    • Premier League – US Stade Tamponnaise Le Tampon
    • Réunion Cup – SS Excelsior Saint-Joseph

International Tournaments[edit]

Qualifying for 2006 World Cup[edit]

National team results[edit]

Europe[edit]

 Estonia[edit]

 Netherlands[edit]

 Sweden[edit]

South America[edit]

 Bolivia[edit]

 Ecuador[edit]

Movies[edit]

Deaths[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

May[edit]

Juni[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

September[edit]

  • September 8 – Noel Cantwell (72), Northern Ireland footballer and coach
  • September 12 – Alain Polaniok (47), French footballer and coach
  • September 13 – Toni Fritsch (60), Austrian footballer (later an American football placekicker)
  • September 27 – Karl Decker (84), Austrian footballer and coach
  • September 28 – Enric Gensana (69), Spanish footballer

October[edit]

November[edit]