SAFC 2004-2005 Coca-Cola Championship Season Review

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Finished
46 29 7 10 76 41 Champions

By Season End

Sunderland AFC finished Champions at the end of the 2004-2005 season scoring 76 goals, conceding 41 with a goal difference of 35.

The Goals

Marcus Stewart contributed the most goals in the 2004-2005 Coca-Cola Championship season, netting 16 (0.35 goals per game). With a goalscoring average of 0.61 goals per game the Black Cats netted a total of 45 goals at the Stadium of Light conceding 21 (24), away from home scoring 31 and conceding 20 (11) with an away goalscoring average of 1.48 and an overall goalscoring average of 0.61 goals per game.

The Wins

The season finished in 2005 with 29 wins, a win ratio of 63.04%, the Sunderland AFC faithful at the Stadium of Light enjoyed 16 wins and the travelling support saw 13 games won.

The Draws

Of the 46 games played the Black Cats managed 7 draws by the end of the 2004-2005 season, 4 draws at the Stadium of Light and 3 away from home.

The Losses

In total SAFC lost 10 games, 3 games lost at the Stadium of Light (21 goals conceded) and 7 games lost away (20 goals conceded).

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