|First Division||Newcastle United|
|Southern League||Bristol Rovers|
|FA Cup||Aston Villa|
The 1904–05 season was the 34th season of competitive football in England.
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Stockport County were replaced by Doncaster Rovers in the Second Division.[ citation needed ]
At the end of the 1904–05 season, the First Division was expanded to include 20 teams, sparing Bury and Notts County from relegation to the Second Division.[ citation needed ]
Manchester City, the previous season's FA Cup winners, were discovered to have been paying their players up to £6 or £7 per week instead of the legal maximum of £4 per week. The club's influential winger Billy Meredith was accused of bribing Aston Villa player Alex Leake and was faced with an 18-month ban from The Football Association, who further rebuked the club by dismissing five of its directors and banning a total of 17 players from ever playing for the club again.
|First Division||Newcastle United (1)|
|FA Cup||Aston Villa (4)|
Notes = Number in parentheses is the times that club has won that honour. * indicates new record for competition
|1||Newcastle United||34||23||2||9||72||33||2.182||48||League Champions|
|4||Aston Villa||34||19||4||11||63||43||1.465||42||FA Cup Winners|
|8||Preston North End||34||13||10||11||42||37||1.135||36|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GR||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|10||West Bromwich Albion||34||13||4||17||56||48||1.167||30|
|16||Burslem Port Vale||34||10||7||17||47||72||0.653||27||Re-elected|
|18||Doncaster Rovers||34||3||2||29||23||81||0.284||8||Failed re-election|
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