Team Maps

Italian Serie A 2004/05 interactive map


Hover over the teams on the map for full details

Hovering on the team reveals the team insignia, home stadium, major domestic & European titles won and link to their website.


Italian 2004/05 season summary

  • Serie A Champions
  • Juventus
  • Relegated from Serie A
  • Bologna FC *
  • Parma FC *
  • Brescia Calcio
  • Atalanta BC
  • Promoted from Serie B
  • Genoa CFC (Note 1)
  • Empoli FC
  • Torino Calcio (Note 2)
  • AC Perugia (Note 3)
  • Treviso FBC * (Note 4)
  • Ascoli Calcio * (Note 4)
  • Hellas Verona FC *
  • Coppa Italia 2005
  • 1st leg: AS Roma 0-2 Inter Milan
  • 2nd leg: Inter Milan 1-0 AS Roma
  • Inter Milan won 3-0 on aggregate

The teams finishing 19th & 20th in Serie A are relegated automatically, the Serie B teams finishing 1st & 2nd in Serie B are promoted automatically.

2004/05 season Serie A play-offs

* The Serie A teams finishing 17th & 18th play-off to stay in Serie A.

The teams finishing 3rd - 6th in Serie B go into the play-offs for the final promotion place, unless there is a 10 point difference between 3rd and 4th, in which case 3rd place gets automatic promotion.

2004/05 season relegation play-off

1st Leg: Parma FC 0-1 Bologna FC
2nd Leg: Bologna FC 0-2 Parma FC

Bologna FC relegated to Serie B for 2005/06 season.

2004/05 season promotion play-off

Torino Calcio drew with AC Perugia in the play-off final after extra time in the second leg. In this case the team finishing higher in the league (Torino Calcio) would be promoted.

Note 1: Genoa CFC were relegated to Serie C for fixing the last game of the season against Venezia AC.

Note 2: Torino Calcio were not promoted, despite winning the promotion play-off, due to financial problems.

Note 3: AC Perugia were relegated to Serie C for financial reasons.

Note 4: Despite losing in the play-off semi finals to AC Perugia & Torino Calcio respectively, Treviso FBC & Ascoli Calcio were promoted to Serie A for 2005/06 season.