| Huh Chang-soo|
| Cho Kwang-rae|
Round of 16
| League: Kim Eun-jung (8)
All: Jung Jo-gook (13)|2004 FC Seoul season Wikipedia
It was the first season as renamed FC Seoul. Its manager was Cho Kwang-Rae. The capital's new club had a solid but highly unspectacular season. Players such as left midfielder/wing-back Kim Dong-jin and striker Kim Eun-jung flitted in and out of the national team just as Seoul flitted in and out of the title race.
The team was very much in halfway during the second stage when it was top of the league but a poor run-in put paid to any play-off chances.
It was the team's inability to score enough goals to turn a plethora of draws into wins that cost the capital the chance to welcome the championship. Only Bucheon, Busan and Gwangju scored less than Seoul's meagre twenty.
Fixtures and Results at FC Seoul Official Website (English)2004 season's league position was decided by aggreagate points,
because this season had first stage and second stage.
Season total attendance is K League Regular Season, League Cup, FA Cup, AFC Champions League in the aggregate and friendly match attendance is not included.
K League season total attendance is K League Regular Season and League Cup in the aggregate.
As of 31 December 2004
, FC Seoul's all players registered in 2004 season.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.In : Transferred from other teams in the middle of season.
Out : Transferred to other teams in the middle of season.
Discharged : Transferred from Gwangju Sangmu and Police FC for military service after end of season. (Not registered in 2004 season.)
Conscripted : Transferred to Gwangju Sangmu and Police FC for military service after end of season.
This section shows the most used players for each position considering a 3-4-3 formation.