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2005 PDL season

The 2005 USL Premier Development League season was the 11th PDL season. The season began in April 2005 and ended in August 2005. Des Moines menace finished the season as national Champions, beating El Paso Patriots 6-5 on penalties after a 0-0 dr ...

                                               

2005 WPSL season

The 2005 Womens Premier Soccer League season was the 9th season of the WPSL. FC Indiana finished the season as national Champions, defeating California storm on penalties after 4-4 tie in the championship game WPSL.

                                               

2005 USL W-League season

One team left for the WPSL: St. Louis Archers. (Сент-Луис Лучников) Eight teams folded after the 2004 season: Toronto Inferno. (Торонто Инферно) Rhode Island Lady Stingrays. Windy City Bluez. (Город Ветров На Bluez) Asheville Splash. (Эшвилл Вспл ...

                                               

2005 NCAA Division I womens soccer season

                                               

BAR 007

The BAR 007 was a Formula One car used by British American Racing in the 2005 Formula One season. The car was driven by Jenson Button and Takuma Sato, although Sato was replaced by Anthony Davidson for the Malaysian Grand Prix as he had the flu. ...

                                               

Jordan EJ15

The Jordan EJ15 was the fifteenth and last Jordan Formula One car. It was used by the team to compete in the 2005 Formula One season. The car was driven by Tiago Monteiro and Narain Karthikeyan. Jordan had been left without an Internet engine for ...

                                               

Minardi PS05

The Minardi PS05 was a Formula One race car used by Minardi Cosworth in the 2005 Formula One season. It was the last Minardi Formula One car. It debuted at the 2005 San Marino Grand Prix, and in the three races beforehand the team used the Minard ...

                                               

Sauber C24

The Sauber C24 was a Formula One car built by Sauber for the 2005 season. Car number 11 was driven by Jacques Villeneuve, with Felipe Massa in car number 12, the first time Sauber had a non-European driver lineup. Originally, the Sauber C24 was s ...

                                               

Williams FW27

The Williams FW27 was the Formula One car which the Williams team used during the 2005 Formula One season.

                                               

2005 MotoGP race reports

                                               

2005 British Speedway Championship

The 2005 British Speedway Championship was the 2005 edition of the British Speedway Championship. The Final took place on 10 July at Oxford Stadium in Oxford, England. The Championship was won by Scott Nicholls, who beat Chris Harris, Joe Screen ...

                                               

2005 Speedway Grand Prix

The format was changed for GP 2005 with 16 riders instead of 24 taking part in each Grand Prix event, and over the course of 20 heats each rider started in 5 heats and raced against every other rider once which is the classical round-robin formul ...

                                               

2005 Team Speedway Junior World Championship

The 2005 Team Speedway Junior World Championship was the 1st FIM Team Speedway Junior World Championship season. The Final took place on October 1 2005 in Pardubice, Czech Republic. World Championship was won by Poland team.

                                               

Extreme sports at the 2005 Asian Indoor Games

Extreme sports at the 2005 Asian Indoor Games was held in Suphanburi X-Games Sports Stadium, Suphanburi, Thailand from 15 November to 17 November 2005.

                                               

2005 Bulldogs RLFC season

The 2005 Bulldogs RLFC season was the 71st season in the clubs history. They competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season 12th.

                                               

2005 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

The Sharks started season 2005 brightly, at one stage they were joint ladder leaders after round 11. Early season highlights included wins over the 2003 premiers Penrith in the opening round, Parramatta in round three at Parramatta Stadium, 2004 ...

                                               

2005 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles season

The 2005 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles season was the 59th in the clubs history. Coached by Des Hasler and captained by Michael Monaghan, they competed in the National Rugby Leagues 2005 Telstra Premiership, finishing 8th, just reaching the finals s ...

                                               

2005 Melbourne Storm season

The 2005 Melbourne Storm season was the 8th in the clubs history. They competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season 6th out of 15 teams and making the finals. The season began with two big wins over the Knights and ...

                                               

2005 Newcastle Knights season

The 2005 Newcastle Knights season was the 18th in the clubs history. They competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership and finished the regular season with the wooden spoon for the first time ever. The knights recorded their worst start to the s ...

                                               

2005 North Queensland Cowboys season

The 2004 North Queensland Cowboys season was the 11th in the clubs history. Coached by Graham Murray and captained by Travis Norton, they competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership. They finished the regular season in 5th and played in their f ...

                                               

2005 Parramatta Eels season

The 2005 Parramatta Eels season was the 59th in the clubs history. Coached by Brian Smith and captained by Nathan Cayless, they competed in the National Rugby Leagues 2005 Telstra Premiership. The Eels finished the regular season on top of the la ...

                                               

2005 South Sydney Rabbitohs season

The 2005 South Sydney Rabbitohs season was the 96th in the clubs history. Coached by Shaun McRae and captained by Bryan Fletcher and Peter Cusack, they competed in the National Rugby Leagues 2005 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season ...

                                               

2005 Sydney Roosters season

This 2005 Sydney Roosters season was the 98th in the clubs history. They competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership and finished the regular season 9th.

                                               

2005 Wests Tigers season

The 2005 Wests Tigers season was the 6th in the joint-venture clubs history. They competed in the NRLs 2005 Telstra Premiership, captained by Mark ONeill and Scott Prince and coached by Tim Sheens. The Tigers finished the regular season in 4th po ...

                                               

2005 Bradford Bulls season

February 2005 The bulls started their campaign with a 28-16 loss to Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, Iestyn Harris, Jamie Langley and Karl Pryce all scored for the bulls while Paul Deacon kicked 2 goals. Bradford continued their poor start to the seas ...

                                               

2005 Widnes Vikings season

Widnes Vikings competed in their fourth consecutive Super League season in 2005 but would be relegated to the National League One at the end of an extremely disappointing year for the Vikings. In preparation for the start of the 2005 season they ...

                                               

2005 Michigan Wolverines softball team

The 2005 Michigan Wolverines softball team was an American college softball team that represented the University of Michigan during the 2005 NCAA softball season. The Wolverines, led by head coach Carol Hutchins in her twenty-first season, played ...

                                               

2005 Big Ten Conference Softball Tournament

The 2005 Big Ten Conference Softball tournament was held at Alumni Field on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan from May 12 through May 14, 2005. The champsonhsip game was aired on CSTV. As the tournament winner, Michi ...

                                               

2005 Tennessee Lady Volunteers softball team

The 2005 Tennessee Lady Volunteers softball team was an American softball team, representing the University of Tennessee for the 2005 NCAA softball season. The team played their home games at Tyson Park. The team made it to the 2005 Womens Colleg ...

                                               

2005 Next Generation Hardcourts – Singles

Dominik Hrbaty was the defending champion, but did not participate this year. Joachim Johansson won the title, beating Taylor dent 7-5, 6-3 in the final.

                                               

Brazil at the 2006 FIFA World Cup

At the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Brazil participated for the 18th time in the event. The country remained as the only national team to have participated in every installment of the FIFA World Cup. The Brazilian team played until the quarter-finals whe ...

                                               

Croatia at the 2006 FIFA World Cup

Croatia participated in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. This was their third appearance. Up to 2006, the country had qualified for every FIFA World Cup which it has been eligible for since independence in 1991.

                                               

2006 CAF Champions League group stage

The group stage of the 2006 CAF Champions League was played from 15 July to 17 September 2006. A total of eight teams competed in the group stage, the group winners and runners-up advance to the Knockout stage playing semifinal rounds before the ...

                                               

2006 CAF Confederation Cup group stage

                                               

2006–07 Algerian Championnat National

The 2006–07 Algerian Championnat National was the forty-three season of the Algerian Championnat National since its establishment in 1962. A total of 16 teams contested the league, with JS Kabylie as the defending champions.

                                               

2006–07 in African second tier association football leagues

                                               

Football at the 2006 Lusophony Games – Mens team squads

                                               

Basketball at the 2006 Asian Games – Men

                                               

2006–07 PBA season

The 2006–07 PBA season was the 32nd season of the Philippine Basketball Association. The season started September 28 in Guam and began its formal opening on October 1 at the Araneta Coliseum, and ended on July 20. The league started the season wi ...

                                               

2006 AFC Challenge Cup squads

Below are the squads for the 2006 AFC Challenge Cup in Bangladesh, that took place between 1 April and 16 April 2006. The players listed age is their age on the tournaments opening day.

                                               

2007 Chinese Super League

The 2007 Chinese Super League season or the Kingway brewery Chinese Super League as it was known for sponsorship reasons was the fourth edition since its establishment, the 14th season of professional football as well as being the 46th top-tier l ...

                                               

2006–07 Hong Kong First Division League

The 2006–07 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 95th since its establishment. This season, the first division was composed of 10 teams. HKFC and WTai has moved from the second division. In the bottom two teams of the first division las ...

                                               

2006–07 National Football League (India)

The 2006–07 National Football League was the 11th and last season of the National Football League, the top Indian professional league for association football clubs, before it is rebranded as I-League from 2007–08 season as part of turning the le ...

                                               

2006–07 Persian Gulf Cup

The 2006–07 Persian Gulf Cup was the 24th season of Irans Football League and sixth as Iran Pro League since its establishment in 2001. Esteghlal were the defending champions. The season featured 14 teams from the 2005–06 Iran Pro League and two ...

                                               

2007 Thailand Premier League

The 2007 Thai Premier League had 16 teams, combining the 12 member clubs from the 2006 season, the top two clubs from Division 1, and two clubs from the Pro League 1. The official name of the league at this time was Thailand Premier League. Match ...

                                               

2006–07 in Asian second tier association football leagues

                                               

Football at the 2006 Asian Games – Men

                                               

Football at the 2006 Asian Games – Squads

                                               

Football at the 2006 Asian Games – Women

                                               

Ice hockey at the 2007 Asian Winter Games – Men

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