2004–05 Thai League

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Thai Premier League
Season 2004/05
Champions Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
Relegated TOT
Royal Thai Navy
2006 AFC Champions League Thailand Tobacco Monopoly FC
Provincial Electricity Authority FC
Top goalscorer Thailand Supakit Jinajai (PEA)
Thailand Sarayoot Chaikamdee
(Port Authority of Thailand) (10)
Biggest home win Bangkok Bank 4-0
Bangkok University
Osotsapa 5-1
Bangkok Bank
Thailand Tobacco Monopoly 4-0
Royal Thai Navy
Osotsapa M-150 4-0
Royal Thai Navy
Biggest away win Royal Thai Navy 0-3 Osotsapa
Royal Thai Navy 0-3 Bangkok Bank
TOT 0-3 Osotsapa
Port Authority of Thailand 0-3 TOT
BEC Tero Sasana 0-3
Port Authority of Thailand
Port Authority of Thailand 1-4 Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
Highest scoring TOT 3-4 Port Authority of Thailand (7 goals)
2006
Thailand Premier League 2004 05 Map.png

The 2004-05 Thai Premier League had 10 teams. Two clubs would be relegated as the league would be expanded to 12 teams for the 2006 season. Two teams promoted from the rival Provincial League and two clubs from Thailand Division 1 League. The team that finished in 8th position would play in a relegation play-off.

Member clubs[edit]

Final league table[edit]

POS NAME P W D L F A +/- Points
1 Tobacco Monopoly 18 9 7 2 26 11 +15 34
2 PEA (PR) 18 9 5 4 23 19 +4 32
3 Osotsapa 18 9 5 4 34 20 +14 32
4 Port Authority 18 7 5 6 26 27 -1 26
5 Krung Thai Bank (C) 18 6 7 5 24 24 0 25
6 BEC Tero Sasana 18 6 7 5 19 18 +1 25
7 Bangkok University 18 5 7 6 16 21 -5 22
8 Bangkok Bank 18 5 5 8 25 28 -3 20
9 TOT (PR) 18 3 7 8 20 25 -5 16
10 Royal Thai Navy 18 3 1 14 11 33 -22 10
  • Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored
Champion and Qualification for the 2006 AFC Champions League
Qualification for the 2006 AFC Champions League
Relegation spots
(C) Defending Champion
(PR) Promoted from last Season

Kings Trophy[edit]

The King's Trophy was an end of season match between the two clubs that finished first and second in the final Premier League standings.

Thailand Tobacco Monopoly, who won the Premier League, beat league runners up Provincial Electricity Authority 4-1.

Queens Cup[edit]

The Queen's Cup was postponed because of lack of sponsorship, will be held next year but with reduced prize money.

Asian Representation[edit]

  • In the 2005 Asian Champions League, a competition described as competition restricted to 14 countries considered 'mature' in the so-called 'Vision Asia' paper of AFC President Mohamed Bin Hammam. The so-called 14 'developing' countries have their clubs relegated to the AFC Cup, while the clubs from the 'emerging' countries are dumped into the new Presidents Cup.
  • BEC Tero Sasana and Krung Thai Bank would again be the Thai representatives and would also fail to qualify for the knockout stages. Krung Thai once again came in second place in their group, but a full 9 points behind group winners Busan I'Park. BEC would once again slump to bottom position on 1 point.
  • Thailand Tobacco Monopoly took part in the 2nd edition of ASEAN Club Championship this season but failed to make it out of the group stage, drawing one game and losing the other two games.

Annual awards[edit]

Coach of the Year[edit]

Player of the year[edit]

Top scorer[edit]

Champions[edit]

Champions
Tobacco Monopoly
1st Title

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Thai Premier League
2003/04
Thai Premier League
2004/05
Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
Succeeded by
Thai Premier League
2006