Friday April 24 2020
Football Italia calcio quiz - Serie A 2004-05

Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2004-05 edition!

The 2004-05 edition of Serie A took on a different complexion to seasons before, as the league expanded to 20 teams. A controversy in Serie B from the 2002-03 season led to a record number of club being promoted ahead of the 2004-05 campaign, creating a 20-team league that remains the status quo.

It was Juventus who would finish top of the enlarged table at the end of the season, eventually finishing seven points clear of Milan after holding first place for most of the year in a neck-and-neck race. Arguably the story of the season, though, was Messina, entering the top flight for the first time in decades and putting in a more-than-creditable performance.

Ultimately, the 2004-05 season would come under the microscope in 2006 as the calciopoli scandal shook Serie A to its core. Juventus were stripped of the 2004-05 title and – officially – the Scudetto went un-awarded. But that’s all to come – how much do you remember about the 2004-05 season? 

Click the quiz to get started, post your score in the comments below – and buona fortuna!

Play other editions of the Football Italia calcio quiz:

Serie A 1999-00 | Serie A 2000-01Serie A 2001-02| Serie A 2002-03 | Serie A 2003-04

Have your say...
Great Milan. But that juve defence too! Emerson, cannavaro,zambitta and thuram
on the 9th June, 2020 at 8:12am
That was a good Milan line up back in those days.
on the 29th April, 2020 at 7:50am
on the 28th April, 2020 at 11:23am
16 out of 20
on the 24th April, 2020 at 5:21pm

You got me with that oldest player question
on the 24th April, 2020 at 5:19pm
6/20. Baaaaaaad bad bad. :P
on the 24th April, 2020 at 4:04pm

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