2004 Elite League speedway season
|League||Sky Sports Elite League|
|Knockout Cup||Poole Pirates|
|Pairs Championship||Swindon Robins|
|Craven Shield||Hull Vikings|
|Elite League Riders Championship||Bjarne Pedersen|
In 2004, the league increased to ten teams, with the Arena Essex Hammers and the Swindon Robins moving up from the Premier League. The title was decided by a play-off between the top five teams. The team that finished top of the table were seeded directly to the final and the next four met in quarter and semi final rounds. The winner of these rounds qualified for the final.
|Oxford Silver Machine||36||19||0||17||1679||1672||38||10||48|
|Belle Vue Aces||35||17||0||18||1630||1597||34||9||43|
|Arena Essex Hammers||36||16||0||20||1651||1679||32||8||40|
* Belle Vue v Peterborough not held
Quarter-Final and Semi-Final decided over one leg. Grand Final decided by aggregate scores over two legs.
Poole won the championship with an aggregate score of 112-71.
- british-speedway.co.uk - Official league tables
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