2004–05 Segunda Divisão B

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Segunda Divisão
Season 2004–05
Champions FC Vizela
Promoted SC Covilhã
FC Vizela
FC Barreirense
Relegated 12 teams

The 2004–05 Segunda Divisão season was the 71st season of the competition and the 55th season of recognised third-tier football in Portugal.[1]

Overview[edit]

The league was contested by 59 teams in 3 divisions with SC Covilhã, FC Vizela and FC Barreirense winning the respective divisional competitions and gaining promotion to the Liga de Honra. The overall championship was won by FC Vizela.[1]

League standings[edit]

Segunda Divisão – Zona Norte[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC Vizela 38 24 8 6 69 30 39 80 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 Dragões Sandinenses 38 21 10 7 66 40 26 73
3 FC Infesta 38 21 8 9 68 45 23 71
4 SC Freamunde 38 19 11 8 79 37 42 68
5 FC Porto B 38 20 6 12 63 33 30 66
6 Vilaverdense 38 18 9 11 51 36 15 63
7 SC Braga B 38 18 8 12 68 48 20 62
8 Lixa FC 38 17 6 15 45 44 1 57
9 AD Fafe 38 15 10 13 46 42 4 55
10 GD Ribeirão 38 17 3 18 49 51 -2 54
11 Fiães SC 38 15 8 15 55 44 11 53
12 CDA Valdevez 38 15 8 15 53 42 11 53
13 FC Pedras Rubras 38 14 11 13 46 48 -2 53
14 AD Lousada 38 14 10 14 60 51 9 52
15 CD Trofense 38 13 10 15 46 48 -2 49
16 União Paredes 38 13 6 19 42 57 -15 45
17 União Lamas 38 12 7 19 33 54 -21 43 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 SC Valenciano 38 10 6 22 31 57 -26 36 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
19 Vilanovense FC 38 7 5 26 29 85 -56 26 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
20 SC Salgueiros 38 1 2 35 19 126 -10 5 Relegation to Terceira Divisão

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Segunda Divisão – Zona Centro[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 SC Covilhã 36 19 12 5 61 32 29 69 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 CD Mafra 36 17 14 5 47 28 19 65
3 Académico Viseu 36 19 7 10 52 34 18 64
4 CD Fátima 36 14 14 8 56 40 16 56
5 AD Sanjoanense 36 14 11 11 46 40 6 53
5 SCU Torreense 36 14 10 12 51 37 14 52
6 GD Tourizense 36 13 12 11 56 44 12 51
8 Abrantes FC 36 14 9 13 47 44 3 51
9 Benfica Castelo Branco 36 13 11 12 50 43 7 50
10 SC Esmoriz 36 12 14 10 45 50 -5 50
11 SC Penalva do Castelo 36 13 9 14 41 42 -1 48
12 Oliveira do Bairro 36 12 12 12 51 51 0 48
13 UD Oliveirense 36 12 12 12 59 45 14 48
14 Oliveira do Hospital 36 11 12 13 41 49 -8 45
15 SC Pombal 36 11 10 15 33 46 -13 43
16 FC Pampilhosa 36 10 12 14 37 49 -12 42
17 CD Estarreja 36 9 10 17 35 51 -16 37 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 Caldas SC 36 9 8 19 34 61 -27 35 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
19 UD Vilafranquense 36 4 5 27 25 81 -56 17 Relegation to Terceira Divisão

CD Alcains Withdrew[1]

Segunda Divisão – Zona Sul[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC Barreirense 38 21 10 7 52 31 21 73 Promotion to Liga de Honra
2 CD Pinhalnovense 38 20 12 6 51 25 26 72
3 União Funchal 38 18 9 11 47 38 9 63
4 CD Portosantense 38 18 9 11 44 38 6 63
5 Casa Pia AC 38 17 8 13 56 44 12 59
6 Operário Açores 38 16 10 12 42 33 9 58
7 CD Olivais e Moscavide 38 14 12 12 48 39 9 54
8 AD Camacha 38 14 11 13 50 46 4 53
9 Odivelas FC 38 16 5 17 50 51 -1 53
10 Marítimo Funchal B 38 14 9 15 53 49 4 51
11 União Micaelense 38 13 12 13 34 38 -4 51
12 SC Lusitânia 38 13 12 13 43 41 2 51
13 AD Pontassolense 38 15 6 17 48 59 -11 51
14 Louletano DC 38 13 10 15 49 43 6 49
15 Oriental Lisboa 38 11 15 12 36 41 -5 48
16 CD Ribeira Brava 38 14 5 19 43 44 -1 47
17 Atlético CP 38 12 11 15 47 58 -11 47 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
18 Estrela Vendas Novas 38 10 12 16 34 49 -15 42 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
19 Vasco da Gama AC Sines 38 5 14 19 24 52 -28 29 Relegation to Terceira Divisão
20 Amora FC 38 6 10 22 37 67 -30 28 Relegation to Terceira Divisão

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Portugal – Table of Honor – soccerlibrary.free.fr" (PDF). Soccer Library. Retrieved 2012-05-16. 

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