December 2004 in sports

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Deaths in December[edit]

December 31, 2004[edit]

December 30, 2004[edit]

December 29, 2004[edit]

December 28, 2004[edit]

December 27, 2004[edit]

December 26, 2004[edit]

December 25, 2004[edit]

December 24, 2004[edit]

December 23, 2004[edit]

December 22, 2004[edit]

December 21, 2004[edit]

December 20, 2004[edit]

December 19, 2004[edit]

December 18, 2004[edit]

December 17, 2004[edit]

  1. Grazer AKMiddlesbrough
  2. HeerenveenNewcastle United
  3. FC BaselLille
  4. ParmaVfB Stuttgart
  5. Sporting LisbonFeyenoord
  6. AlemanniaAZ Alkmaar
  7. Austria ViennaAthletic Bilbao
  8. Partizan BelgradeDnipro Dnipropetrovsk
  9. ValenciaSteaua Bucharest
  10. AjaxAuxerre
  11. CSKA MoscowBenfica
  12. FenerbahçeReal Zaragoza
  13. PanathinaikosSevilla
  14. Shakhtar DonetskSchalke 04
  15. OlympiacosSochaux
  16. Dynamo KyivVillarreal
  • Games will take place over two legs, on 16–17 February and 24 February 2005.
  1. Winner game 1 – Winner game 5
  2. Winner game 13 – Winner game 4
  3. Winner game 9 – Winner game 16
  4. Winner game 3 – Winner game 10
  5. Winner game 15 – Winner game 2
  6. Winner game 14 – Winner game 6
  7. Winner game 8 – Winner game 11
  8. Winner game 7 – Winner game 12
  • Games will take place over two legs, on 10 March and 16–17 March 2005. (UEFA)

December 16, 2004[edit]

December 15, 2004[edit]

December 14, 2004[edit]

December 13, 2004[edit]

December 12, 2004[edit]

December 11, 2004[edit]

December 10, 2004[edit]

December 9, 2004[edit]

December 8, 2004[edit]

December 7, 2004[edit]

December 6, 2004[edit]

December 5, 2004[edit]

December 4, 2004[edit]

December 3, 2004[edit]

December 2, 2004[edit]

December 1, 2004[edit]