Football League One

division in English football league system

English Football League One (often referred to as EFL League One or Sky Bet League One for sponsor reasons) is the third division of football in England, and the second highest in The Football League. It was introduced in 2004.

EFL League One
Founded2004
CountryEngland
Number of teams24
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toFootball League Championship
Relegation toFootball League Two
Domestic cup(s)FA Cup
League cup(s)EFL Cup
EFL Trophy
Most championshipsWigan Athletic (2 wins)
TV partnersSky Sports
Quest (highlights only)
WebsiteOfficial Website

TV CoverageEdit

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]

2019–20 clubsEdit

ChampionsEdit

Season Champions Runner-up Third place
2000/01 Millwall Rotherham United Reading
2001/02 Brighton & Hove Albion Reading Brentford
2002/03 Wigan Athletic Crewe Alexandra Bristol City
2003/04 Plymouth Argyle Queens Park Rangers Bristol City
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
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19

Former championsEdit


Related pagesEdit

  1. "ESPN to broadcast English league games". ESPN.com. 3 August 2017.