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2004–05 Divizia B

The 2004–05 Divizia B was the 65th season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

The format has been maintained to three series, each of them consisting of 16 teams. At the end of the season, the winners of the series promoted to Divizia A and the last three places from all the series relegated to Divizia C.

Team changes

To Divizia B

Promoted from Divizia C
  • Botoșani
  • Dunărea Galați
  • Otopeni
  • Ghimbav
  • Oltul Slatina
  • Politehnica Timișoara
  • Unirea Sânnicolau Mare
  • Unirea Dej
  • FC Sibiu
  • Dinamo II București**
  • Liberty Salonta**

    Relegated from Divizia A
  • Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
  • Petrolul Ploiești
  • FC Oradea

    From Divizia B

    Relegated to Divizia C
  • Metalul Plopeni
  • Medgidia
  • Poiana Câmpina
  • Rarora Râmnicu Vâlcea
  • CSM Reșița
  • Oltul Sfântu Gheorghe
  • Cimentul Fieni
  • FC Baia Mare
  • FC Onești
  • ARO Câmpulung
  • Minaur Zlatna

    Promoted to Divizia A
  • Politehnica Iași
  • Sportul Studențesc
  • CFR Cluj

    Note (**)

    CSM Medgidia sold its Divizia B place to Liberty Salonta.

    Metalul Plopeni sold its Divizia B place to Dinamo II București.

    Renamed teams

    Electrica Constanța was renamed as Altay Constanța.

    Electromagnetica București was renamed as Rapid II București.

    FC Craiova was moved from Craiova to Caracal and renamed as FC Caracal.

    League tables

    Seria I

    Seria II

    Seria III

    Top scorers

    ;14 goals
  • Dumitru Gheorghe (Unirea Urziceni)
  • Daniel Stan (FC Oradea)

    ;12 goals
  • Gabriel Apetri (Jiul Petroșani)
  • Claudiu Boaru (Gaz Metan Mediaș)

    ;11 goals
  • Emil Jula (Universitatea Cluj)
  • Valentin Badea (FC Vaslui)

    ;10 goals
  • Iulian Ștefan (Pandurii Târgu Jiu)
  • Cristian Constantin (Unirea Urziceni)

    ;9 goals
  • Romeo Buteseacă (Dacia Unirea Brăila)

    ;8 goals
  • Tihamer Török (FC Vaslui)

    ;7 goals

  • Dorel Zaharia (Gaz Metan Mediaș)
  • Gigel Ene (Electromagnetica București)
  • Radu Neguț (Pandurii Târgu Jiu)
  • János Székely (Universitatea Cluj)