Football : Season Details : 2004

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Arsenal  90 2-78  
2  Chelsea  79 7-15  
3  Manchester United  75 6-29  FAC-W 
4  Liverpool  60 4-42  
5  Newcastle United  56 5-11  
6  Aston Villa  56 5-16  
7  Charlton Athletic  53 4-4  
8  Bolton Wanderers  53 10-3  LC-F 
9  Fulham  52 3-3  
10  Birmingham City  50 10-2  
11  Middlesbrough  48 8-6  LC-W 
12  Southampton  47 2-26  
13  Portsmouth  45 3-1  
14  Tottenham Hotspur  45 5-26  
15  Blackburn Rovers  44 5-3  
16  Manchester City  41 11-2  
17  Everton  39 3-50  
18  Leicester City  33 11-1  
19  Leeds United  33 6-14  
20  Wolverhampton Wanderers  33 6-1  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 3 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe Red Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup; LC League Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Middlesbrough 2 Bolton Wanderers 1
FA Cup Final Manchester United 3 Millwall 0

European Cup Final Porto 3 Monaco 0
UEFA Cup Final Valencia 2 Marseille 0


History

Middlesbrough win their first trophy (the League Cup).

Arsenal win the League Championship going through the entire 38 match league season unbeaten. This had only been done once before in the Top Division (1889). The previous best start to a season was 29 games without defeat in 1974 and 1988; the longest unbeaten run within a single season was 30 matches in 1921.

For the first time in League history, London clubs occupy the top two positions. This is only the fifth occasion where the top two clubs are from the same city.

Millwall became the 20th club from the second level to reach the FA Cup final. Manchester United appear in the FA Cup final for a record-equalling 16th time winning the trophy for a record 11th time.


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