2004 Superettan

The Superettan 2004 was the fifth season of the Superettan, as the second highest Swedish football league discharged in two seasons Division 1 replaced 2000. The season started on April 17th of the year and ended on 23 October 2004.

Course of the season

The team of the previous year Third BK Hacken dominated the league and managed to prematurely return to the Allsvenskan. Behind it came to a duel between Gefle IF and Assyriska Föreningen to the second promotion place. By a 0-0 draw at Gothenburg club Västra Frölunda IF on the final day, the team from Gävle secured on its own in second place, while the immigrants club from Södertälje with a 1:3 defeat at league leaders BK Hacken missed the last chance and the game time on the relegation place finished.

Assyriska FF failed in the relegation table at the Thirteenth Allsvenskan Örgryte IS after a 2-1 home win in the first leg by a 0-1 defeat in the return leg on the away goals rule. After the Erstligaachten Örebro SK lost their licenses, but the team was declared the third climber.

At the bottom, there was a five- fight between Erstligaabsteiger Enköpings SK, soil BK, Falkenberg FF, IK Brage and league newcomer Friska Viljor FC. Falkenberg FF took the third and penultimate round four points and thus saves himself with a game before the season ends. By a 2-1 away victory at Falkenberg FF to soil BK saved on the last day, as the team benefited from the 1-2 defeat of Enköpings SK the severed bottom club Friska Viljor FC and direct competitors obsolete.

Final Table



Third-placed Superettan playing in the Relegation against the third last of the Allsvenskan. Örgryte IS sat down thanks to the away goals rule by against Assyriska. Relegation was but after the withdrawal of licenses and the associated demotion of Örebro SK in the Superettan meaningless Assyriska was allowed as a loser in the relegation compete in the Erstligaspielzeit 2005.

Top scorers

Stefan Bärlin Västerås SK was crowned top scorer in the second division season 2004. Season With 23 goals he scored almost every second of the season his club.

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