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2004–05 KNVB Cup

2004–05 KNVB Cup
Country Netherlands
Teams 85
Champions PSV
Runners-up Willem II

The 87th edition of the KNVB Cup (at the time called Amstel Cup) started on August 7, 2004. The final was played on May 29, 2005: PSV beat Willem II 4–0 and won the trophy for the eighth time.


A total of 85 clubs participated in this year's edition:

First round

The matches of the first round were played on August 7 and 10, 2004.

Home team Result Away team
Willem II E 5–0 SV Meerssen A
Sparta Rotterdam 1 7–0 SV TOP A
UDI '19/Beter Bed A 1–5 Roda JC E
FC Omniworld A 3–4 FC Emmen 1
SV Spakenburg A 0–1 Vitesse E
WHC A 5–0 ONS Sneek A
Be Quick '28 A 1–5 SC Cambuur-Leeuwarden 1
RBC Roosendaal E 4–0 JVC Cuijk A
Be Quick 1887 A 0–4 Quick '20 A
DOS Kampen A 1–2 IJsselmeervogels A
SC Genemuiden A 0–11 Go Ahead Eagles 1
Rijnsburgse Boys A 1–2 VVV-Venlo 1
HSC '21 A 1–2 ADO '20 A
Quick Boys A 9–0 DBS A
TOGR A 1–4 TOP Oss 1
VV Dongen A 0–5 Young Feyenoord
ROHDA Raalte A 2–1 Young Ajax
AGOVV Apeldoorn 1 9–2 SDCP A
GDA A 0–6 ADO Den Haag E
Home team Result Away team
Ajax (amateurs) A 0–3 FC Zwolle 1
GSV '28 A 0–3 Fortuna Sittard 1
FC Dordrecht 1 7–1 SVV Scheveningen A
Westlandia A 2–2 (p) FC Eindhoven 1
DOVO A 0–4 FC Lisse A
UNA A 0–9 FC Den Bosch E
Schijndel/SBA Euro A 2–2 (p) Helmond Sport 1
SV Babberich A 0–3 FC Volendam 1
Ter Leede A 0–3 NAC Breda E
De Treffers A 2–0 MVV 1
ACV A 1–5 FC Groningen E
VV Bennekom A 0–7 BV Veendam 1
AFC A 0–2 Stormvogels Telstar 1
Heracles Almelo 1 9–1 Sporting Maroc A
VV Baronie A (p)1-1 Elinkwijk A
De Graafschap E 4–0 Harkemase Boys A
RKC Waalwijk E 4–0 Achilles '29 A
FC Twente E 8–0 Sparta Nijkerk A
HFC Haarlem 1 4–0 Hollandia A
Excelsior 1 7–2 SV Triborgh A

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on September 21, and 22, 2005. NEC Nijmegen received a bye for the first round and entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 8–0 Quick '20
ADO '20 3–0 ROHDA Raalte
Helmond Sport 3–1 De Treffers
FC Groningen 1–2 NAC Breda
Roda JC 3–0 Excelsior
NEC E 4–0 RBC Roosendaal
FC Twente 3–0 VV Baronie
ADO Den Haag 3–0 FC Zwolle
SC Cambuur-Leeuwarden 0–2 Stormvogels Telstar
Willem II 2–0 Sparta Rotterdam
Home team Result Away team
Fortuna Sittard 1–3 Heracles Almelo
VVV-Venlo 0–2 Young Feyenoord
FC Emmen 5–1 WHC
De Graafschap 0–4 Go Ahead Eagles
IJsselmeervogels 3–4 BV Veendam
RKC Waalwijk 1–0 FC Eindhoven
TOP Oss 4–2 HFC Haarlem
FC Lisse 1–2 FC Volendam
FC Dordrecht 6–1 Quick Boys
AGOVV Apeldoorn 0–2 Vitesse

E one Eredivisie entrant

Third round

The matches of the third round were played on November 9, and 10, 2004.

Home team Result Away team
Young Feyenoord 1–1 (p) RKC Waalwijk
FC Den Bosch 1–0 Vitesse
ADO '20 0–3 NAC Breda
NEC 0–2 FC Twente
BV Veendam 4–5 Willem II
ADO Den Haag 3–1 FC Emmen
FC Volendam 3–1 Heracles Almelo
Helmond Sport 2–4 TOP Oss
Go Ahead Eagles 2–0 Roda JC
Stormvogels Telstar 0–2 FC Dordrecht

Round of 16

The matches were played on January 25, 26 and 27, 2005. Six Eredivisie clubs entered the tournament here, because they had been playing in the Champions League and UEFA Cup.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax E 2–0 sc Heerenveen E
AZ E 1–3 Feyenoord E
ADO Den Haag (p) 1-1 FC Twente
NAC Breda (p) 2-1 FC Utrecht E
TOP Oss (p) 1-1 RKC Waalwijk
Go Ahead Eagles 0–1 Willem II
PSV E 4–0 FC Volendam
FC Dordrecht 1–3 FC Den Bosch

E six Eredivisie entrants

Quarter finals

The matches were played on March 1 and 2, 2005.

Home team Result Away team
ADO Den Haag 0–2 Ajax
Willem II 3–0 FC Den Bosch
Feyenoord 4–0 NAC Breda
PSV 6–1 TOP Oss


Feyenoord 1–1
Penalty shootout: 2–4
Beasley 89' April 20, 2005 – 20:45
De Kuip, Rotterdam
Referee: Dick van Egmond
Attendance: 35.000
4' Kalou
Willem II 1–0 Ajax
Caluwé 38' April 21, 2005 – 20:45
Willem II Stadion, Tilburg
Referee: Roelof Luinge
Attendance: 14.500


Willem II 0–4 PSV
May 29, 2005
Stadion Feijenoord
Referee: Braamhaar
Attendance: 35.000
45' Bouma
51' Cocu
74' Park
90' Vennegoor of Hesselink

PSV also won the Dutch Eredivisie championship, thereby taking the double. They would participate in the Champions League, so finalists Willem II could play in the UEFA Cup.

See also

External links

  • Results by Ronald Zwiers (Dutch)

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