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Country England
Confederation UEFA
Founded 2004
Level 3
International cup Europa League
(via FA Cup or EFL Cup)
Current champions
Most successful club Wigan Athletic (2 wins)
Website Official Website
Soccerball current event.svg2019-20

English Football League One (commonly known as EFL League One) is the third division of football in England. It was introduced in 2004, replacing the old Second Division.

TV Coverage

Sky Sports currently shows matches on their channel, and all highlights are available on the Sky Sports website. In the US, some important matches are shown on ESPN, along with EFL Championship and EFL League Two matches. [1]

2020-21 season

These are the teams of the 2020–21 season.

Club Finishing position last season Location Stadium Capacity[2]
Accrington Stanley &1000000000000001700000017th Accrington Crown Ground 5,057 (2,000 seated)
AFC Wimbledon &1000000000000002000000020th London (Merton) Plough Lane 9,300
Blackpool &1000000000000001300000013th Blackpool Bloomfield Road 17,338
Bristol Rovers &1000000000000001400000014th Bristol Memorial Stadium 12,300
Burton Albion &1000000000000001200000012th Burton upon Trent Pirelli Stadium 6,912 (2,034 seated)
Charlton Athletic &1000000000000000100000022nd in Championship (relegated) London (Charlton) The Valley 27,111
Crewe Alexandra &100000000000000260000002nd in League Two (promoted) Crewe Gresty Road 10,180
Doncaster Rovers &100000000000000090000009th Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium 15,231
Fleetwood Town &100000000000000060000006th Fleetwood Highbury Stadium 5,311 (2,701 seated)
Gillingham &1000000000000001000000010th Gillingham Priestfield Stadium 11,582
Hull City &1000000000000000300000024th in Championship (relegated) Kingston upon Hull KCOM Stadium 25,586
Ipswich Town &10000000000000011000000 11th Ipswich Portman Road 30,311
Lincoln City &1000000000000001600000016th Lincoln Sincil Bank 10,307
Milton Keynes Dons &1000000000000001900000019th Milton Keynes Stadium MK 30,500
Northampton Town &100000000000000280000007th in League Two (promoted via play-offs) Northampton PTS Academy Stadium 7,798
Oxford United &100000000000000040000004th Oxford Kassam Stadium 12,500
Peterborough United &100000000000000070000007th Peterborough London Road 15,314
Plymouth Argyle &100000000000000270000003rd in League Two (promoted) Plymouth Home Park 18,600
Portsmouth &100000000000000050000005th Portsmouth Fratton Park 21,100
Rochdale &1000000000000001800000018th Rochdale Spotland 10,249
Shrewsbury Town &1000000000000001500000015th Shrewsbury New Meadow 9,875
Sunderland &100000000000000080000008th Sunderland Stadium of Light 48,707
Swindon Town &100000000000000250000001st in League Two (promoted) Swindon County Ground 15,728
Wigan Athletic &1000000000000000200000023rd in Championship (relegated) Wigan DW Stadium 25,138

Champions

Season Champions Runner-up Third place
2004/05 Luton Town Hull City Tranmere Rovers
2005/06 Southend United Colchester United Brentford
2006/07 Scunthorpe United Bristol City Blackpool
2007/08 Swansea City Nottingham Forest Doncaster Rovers
2008/09 Leicester City Peterborough United Milton Keynes Dons
2009/10 Norwich City Leeds United Millwall
2010/11 Brighton & Hove Albion Southampton Huddersfield Town
2011/12 Charlton Athletic Sheffield Wednesday Sheffield United
2012/13 Doncaster Rovers Bournemouth Yeovil Town
2013/14 Wolverhampton Wanderers Brentford Rotherham United
2014/15 Bristol City Milton Keynes Dons Preston North End
2015/16 Wigan Athletic Burton Albion Barnsley
2016/17 Sheffield United Bolton Wanderers Millwall
2017/18 Wigan Athletic Blackburn Rovers Rotherham United
2018/19 Luton Town Barnsley Charlton Athletic
2019/20 Coventry City Rotherham United Wycombe Wanderers
2020/21 Hull City Peterborough United

References

  1. "ESPN to broadcast English league games" (in en). 3 August 2017. https://www.espn.com/soccer/english-league-championship/story/3171545/espn-to-broadcast-english-football-league-games-in-us-this-season. 
  2. "Football Ground Guide". Football Ground Guide. http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leagues/england/league-one.html. 

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