Primera División Peruana 2004


Primera División Peruana 2004

The 2004 season of the Primera División Peruana, the top category of Peruvian football (soccer), was played by 14 teams. The national champion was Alianza Lima.

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 Grau-Estudiantes team [Estudiantes de Medicina from Ica were broke, with Atlético Grau from Piura thus taking its place instead, but playing under a joint name.] withdrew from the tournament, which automatically relegated them. The two teams with the worst points-per-match average over the 2003 and 2004 seasons were to be relegated, but given Grau-Estudiantes' automatic relegation, only the single other team with the worst average was relegated.

Results

Torneo Apertura

Relegation

Promotion

*Sport Áncash promoted to Primera División 2005
**Sport Áncash (Huaraz) won the Copa Perú 2004 after defeating Deportivo Municipal (Lima) in the two-legged final (1-0 win at home, 3-1 win away).

Top scorers

;35 goals
*Gabriel García (FBC Melgar);29 goals
*Johan Fano (Coronel Bolognesi);28 goals
*Luis A. Bonnet (Sporting Cristal);25 goals
*Segio Ibarra (Cienciano);23 goals
*Pedro García (Alianza Atlético)

International competitions

*Copa Libertadores 2004:Sporting Cristal - first place in Group 9 with 10 points; eliminated by Boca Juniors of Argentina in Round of 16.:Alianza Lima - third place in Group 4 with 9 points; eliminated.:Cienciano - third place in Group 5 with 7 points; eliminated.
*Copa Sudamericana 2004:Cienciano - beat Carabobo FC of Venezuela in Preliminary Round; eliminated by LDU Quito of Ecuador in Preliminary Round.:Alianza Atlético - beat C. Bolognesi in Peru Preliminary Round; eliminated by Junior of Colombia in Peru-Colombia Preliminary Round.:Coronel Bolognesi - eliminated in Peru Preliminary Round by Alianza Atletico.

Footnotes

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/peru04.html Peru 2004 season] Details on RSSSF


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