Primera División Peruana 2005


Primera División Peruana 2005

The 2005 season of the Primera División Peruana, the top category of Peruvian football (soccer), was played by 13 teams. The national champion was Sporting Cristal.

The national championship was divided into two half-year tournaments, the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura. Each was played on a home-and-away round-robin basis. The winners of each would play for the national title in a playoff, but a team had to finish in the top 6 in both tournaments to earn the right to play the final. If the same club had won both tournaments, it would have won the national championship automatically.

Following-season Copa Libertadores berths went to each half-year tournament winner, and the best of the other teams in the aggregate table. The next best two teams earned berths for the Copa Sudamericana. The two teams with the worst points-per-match average over the 2003, 2004 and 2005 seasons were relegated.

Results

Torneo Apertura

Relegation

Promotion

*José Gálvez promoted to Primera División 2006
**José Gálvez (Chimbote) won the Copa Perú 2005 after defeating Senati FC (Arequipa) in the two-legged final (2-3 loss away, 4-1 victory at home).

Top scorers

;18 goals
*Miguel Mostto (Cienciano);17 goals
*Sergio Ibarra (Cienciano)
*Roberto Demus (Coronel Bolognesi);16 goals
*Paul Cominges (Atlético Universidad);15 goals
*Hernán Rengifo (U. San Martín)

International competitions

*Copa Libertadores 2005:Alianza Lima - third place in Group 6 with 5 points; eliminated.:Sporting Cristal - third place in Group 8 with 7 points; eliminated.:Cienciano - eliminated in Preliminary Round by Guadalajara of Mexico.
*Copa Sudamericana 2005:Alianza Atlético - beat Universitario in Peru Preliminary Round; eliminated by U. Catolica of Chile in Peru-Chile Preliminary Round.:Universitario de Deportes - eliminated in Peru Preliminary Round by Alianza Atletico.

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/peru05.html Peru 2005 season] Details on RSSSF


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