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2005 Football League Two Play-off Final Southend United Lincoln City 2 0 Date 28 May 2005 Venue Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Man of the Match Freddy Eastwood Referee Martin Atkinson (Yorkshire) Attendance 19,653 ← 2004 2006 → The 2005 Football League Two Play-off Final was a football match played at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, on 28 May 2005 at the end of the 2004–05 season. The match determined the fourth and final team to gain promotion from League Two to League One. It was contested by Southend United, who finished fourth in the league table, and Lincoln City, who finished sixth. The teams reached the final by defeating Macclesfield Town and Northampton Town respectively in the two-legged semi-finals.[1] Southend United overcame Northampton Town 1–0 on aggregate to get to this stage; drawing the first leg 0–0 at Sixfields before winning the second leg 1–0 at Roots Hall. Whilst Lincoln City got past Macclesfield Town 2–1 on aggregate; winning the first leg 1–0 at Sincil Bank before drawing the second leg 1–1 at Moss Rose. The winning goals were scored by Freddy Eastwood and Duncan Jupp, after extra time, to take Southend United back to the third-tier of English football.[2] Contents 1 Route to the final 2 Match details 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Route to the final For more details on this topic, see The Football League 2004–05. Southend United Round Lincoln City Opponent Result Legs Semi-finals Opponent Result Legs Northampton Town 1–0 0–0 away; 1–0 home Macclesfield Town 2–1 1–0 home; 1–1 away Match details 28 May 2005 15:00 BST Southend United 2 – 0 Lincoln City Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Attendance: 19,653 Referee: Martin Atkinson (Yorkshire) Eastwood  105' Jupp  110' (Report) Southend United Lincoln City SOUTHEND UNITED: GK 1 Darryl Flahavan WB 2 Duncan Jupp CB 5 Spencer Prior CB 6 Adam Barrett WB 3 Che Wilson RW 7 Carl Pettefer CM 4 Kevin Maher (c) CM 8 Mark Bentley LW 11 Nicky Nicolau 119' FW 9 Freddy Eastwood 118' FW 10 Wayne Gray 81' Substitutes: GK 13 Bart Griemink DF 14 Andy Edwards 118' MF 15 Mark Gower 119' MF 16 Luke Guttridge FW 17 Lawrie Dudfield 81' Manager: Steve Tilson LINCOLN CITY: GK 1 Alan Marriott WB 17 Gareth McAuley CB 23 Jamie McCombe CB 5 Paul Morgan (c) CB 4 Ben Futcher WB 3 Kevin Sandwith CM 8 Richard Butcher CM 11 Peter Gain FW 27 Gary Taylor-Fletcher 94' FW 9 Simon Yeo 90' FW 30 Francis Green 105' Substitutes: GK 13 Simon Rayner DF 2 Lee Beevers 105' DF 14 Matt Bloomer 94' MF 16 Ritchie Hanlon FW 7 Derek Asamoah 90' Manager: Keith Alexander MATCH RULES 90 minutes. 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary. Penalty shootout if scores still level. 5 named substitutes. Maximum of 3 substitutions. See also 2005 Football League Championship play-off Final 2005 Football League One play-off Final References ^ 2004-05 League Two Play-off's Soccerbase. Retrieved 20 January 2010. ^ Eastwood Turns Dream Into Reality The Independent. Retrieved 20 January 2010. 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