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The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 2005 throughout the world.

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Events

Winners national championships

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National club championships in Europe (UEFA)

National club championships in South America (CONMEBOL)

National club championships in Africa (CAF)

National club championships in North and Central America (CONCACAF)

National club championships in Asia (AFC)

National club championships in Oceania (OFC)

National club championships in non FIFA affiliated French dependencies

  • Guadeloupe (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League - Association Sportive Le Gosier
  • French Guyana (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League - ASC Le Geldar Kourou
  • French Polynesia (AFC)
    • Premier League - AS Tefana Faa'a
    • Cup - AS Manu Ura Paea
  • Martinique (CONCACAF)
    • Premier League and Cup - Club Franciscain Le François
  • New Caledonia (OFC)
    • Premier League and Cup - AS Magenta Nickel Nouméa
  • Réunion (CAF):
    • Premier League – US Stade Tamponnaise Le Tampon
    • Réunion Cup – SS Excelsior Saint-Joseph

International Tournaments

  1.  Lithuania
  2.  Latvia
  1.  Mexico
  2.  Brazil
  3.  Netherlands

Qualifying for 2006 World Cup

National team results

Europe

 Estonia

 Netherlands

 Sweden

South America

 Bolivia

 Ecuador

Movies

Deaths

January

  • January 6 – Jean-Luc Fugaldi (59), French footballer
  • January 8 – Suvad Katana (35), Bosnia-Herzegovina footballer
  • January 17 – Youssouf Samiou (17), Benin footballer
  • January 18 – Bernard Béreau (64), French footballer

February

March

  • March 3 – Rinus Michels (77), Dutch footballer and manager
  • March 9 – István Nyers (80), Hungarian-French footballer
  • March 15 – Armand Seghers (78), Belgian footballer
  • March 15 – Bill McGarry (77), English footballer and manager

April

May

July

August 16

September

  • September 8 – Noel Cantwell (72), Northern Ireland footballer and coach
  • September 12 – Alain Polaniok (47), French footballer and coach
  • September 13 – Toni Fritsch (60), Austrian footballer (later an American football placekicker)
  • September 27 – Karl Decker (84), Austrian footballer and coach

October

November





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