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Championship (English level 2)

The Football League Championship is the highest division of The Football League
and second-highest division overall in the English football league system after the
Premier League.

The Football League Championship was introduced for the 2004–05 season,
having been previously known as the Football League First Division.

The winners of the Football League Championship receive the Football League
Championship trophy which is the same trophy as the old First Division Champions
(now the Premier League) were handed prior to the Premier League's inception in
the 1992/93 season.

Year Winner Runner up (promoted) Also promoted
2020/21 Norwich Watford Brentford
2019/20 Leeds West Bromwich Fulham
2018/19 Norwich Sheffield United Aston Villa
2017/18 Wolverhampton Cardiff Fulham
2016/17 Brighton Newcastle Hull
2015/16 Burnley Middlesbrough Hull
2014/15 Bournemouth Watford Norwich
2013/14 Leicester Burnley QPR
2012/13 Cardiff Hull Crystal Palace
2011/12 Reading Southampton West Ham
2010/11 Queens Park Rangers Norwich Swansea
2009/10 Newcastle West Bromwich Blackpool
2008/09 Wolverhampton Birmingham Burnley
2007/08 West Bromwich Stoke United Hull
2006-07 Sunderland Birmingham City Derby County
2005-06 Reading Sheffield United Watford
2004-05 Sunderland  Wigan Athletic West Ham United
2003-04 Norwich City  West Bromwich Crystal Palace
2002-03 Portsmouth Leicester City Wolverhampton
2001-02 Manchester City West Bromwich Birmingham City
2000-01 Fulham Blackburn Bolton Wanderers
1999-00 Charlton Athletic Manchester City Ipswich Town
1998-99 Sunderland  Bradford City Watford
1997-98 Nottingham Forest Middlesbrough Charlton
1996-97 Bolton Wanderers  Barnsley Crystal Palace
1995-96 Sunderland  Derby County Leicester City
1994-95 Middlesbrough  Reading (not promoted) Bolton Wanderers
1993-94 Crystal Palace  Nottingham Forest Leicester City
1992-93 Newcastle United  West Ham United Swindon Town
1991-92 Ipswich Town Middlesbrough Blackburn Rovers
1990-91* Oldham West Ham 2nd, Sheff W 3rd* Notts County
1989-90 Leeds United  Sheffield United Swindon Town
1988-89 Chelsea  Manchester City Crystal Palace
1987-88 Millwall Aston Villa Middlesbrough
1986-87 Derby County  Portsmouth Charlton Athletic
1985-86 Norwich City  Charlton Athletic  
1984-85 Oxford United Birmingham City  
1983-84 Chelsea Sheffield Wednesday  
1982-83 Queens Park Rangers Wolverhampton  
1981-82 Luton Town Watford  
1980-81 West Ham United  Notts County  
1979-80 Leicester City  Sunderland  
1978-79 Crystal Palace Brighton and Hove Albion  
1977-78 Bolton Wanderers  Southampton  
1976-77 Wolverhampton  Chelsea  
1975-76 Sunderland Bristol City  
1974-75 Manchester United  Aston Villa  
1973-74 Middlesbrough  Luton Town  
1972-73 Burnley  Queens Park Rangers  
1971-72 Norwich City Birmingham City  
1970-71 Leicester City  Sheffield United  
1969-70 Huddersfield Town Blackpool  
1968-69 Derby County  Crystal Palace  
1967-68 Ipswich Town  Queens Park Rangers  
1966-67 Coventry City Wolverhampton  
1965-66 Manchester City  Southampton  
1964-65 Newcastle United Northampton Town  
1963-64 Leeds United  Sunderland  
1962-63 Stoke City  Chelsea  
1961-62 Liverpool  Leyton Orient  
1960-61 Ipswich Town Sheffield United  
1959-60 Aston Villa  Cardiff City  
1958-59 Sheffield Wednesday  Fulham  
1957-58 West Ham United Blackburn Rovers  
1956-57 Leicester City  Nottingham Forest  
1955-56 Sheffield Wednesday  Leeds United  
1954-55 Birmingham City  Luton Town  
1953-54 Leicester City  Everton  
1952-53 Sheffield United Huddersfield Town  
1951-52 Sheffield Wednesday  Cardiff City  
1950-51 Preston North End  Manchester City  
1949-50 Tottenham Hotspur  Sheffield Wednesday  
1948-49 Fulham West Bromwich  
1947-48 Birmingham City  Newcastle United  
1946-47 Manchester City  Burnley  
1938-39 Blackburn Rovers Sheffield United  
1937-38 Aston Villa Manchester United  
1936-37 Leicester City  Blackpool  
1935-36 Manchester United Charlton Athletic  
1934-35 Brentford Bolton Wanderers  
1933-34 Grimsby Town  Preston North End  
1932-33 Stoke City Tottenham Hotspur  
1931-32 Wolverhampton Leeds United  
1930-31 Everton West Bromwich  
1929-30 Blackpool Chelsea  
1928-29 Middlesbrough  Grimsby Town  
1927-28 Manchester City  Leeds United  
1926-27 Middlesbrough Portsmouth  
1925-26 Sheffield Wednesday  Derby County  
1924-25 Leicester City Manchester United  
1923-24 Leeds United Bury  
1922-23 Notts County  West Ham United  
1921-22 Nottingham Forest  Stoke City  
1920-21 Birmingham City  Cardiff City  
1919-20 Tottenham Hotspur Huddersfield Town  
1914-15 Derby County  Preston North End  
1913-14 Notts County  Bradford Park Avenue  
1912-13 Preston North End  Burnley  
1911-12 Derby County Chelsea  
1910-11 West Bromwich  Bolton Wanderers  
1909-10 Manchester City  Oldham Athletic  
1908-09 Bolton Wanderers Tottenham Hotspur  
1907-08 Bradford Leicester City  
1906-07 Nottingham Forest Chelsea  
1905-06 Bristol City Man United  
1904-05 Liverpool  Bolton Wanderers  
1903-04 Preston North End Arsenal  
1902-03 Manchester City  Birmingham City  
1901-02 West Bromwich Middlesbrough  
1900-01 Grimsby Town Birmingham City  
1899-00 Sheffield Wednesday Bolton Wanderers  
1898-99 Manchester City Glossop North End  
1897-98 Burnley Newcastle United  
1896-97 Notts County Manchester United  
1895-96 Liverpool  Manchester City  
1894-95 Bury Notts County  
1893-94 Liverpool Birmingham City  
1892-93 Birmingham City Sheffield United  


League One (level 3)
Football League One is the second-highest division of The Football League and
third-highest division overall in the English football league system.

Football League One was introduced for the 2004–05 season. It was previously known
as the Football League Second Division and prior to the advent of the Premier League,
the Football League Third Division.

League one (3.divisjon) winner Runners up Playoff winner
2020-21: Hull Peterborough Blackpool
2019-20: Coventry Rotherham Wycombe
2018-19: Luton Barnsley Milwall
2017-18: Wigan Blackburn Charlton
2016-17: Sheffield Utd Bolton Rotherham
2015-16: Wigan Burton Barnsley
2014-15: Bristol City MK Dons Preston
2013-14: Wolverhampton Brentford Rotherham
2012-13: Doncaster Bournemouth Yeovil
2011-12: Charlton Sheff.Wed Huddersfield
2010-11: Brigthon and Hove Albion Southampton Peterborough
2009-10: Norwich City Leeds United Milwall
2008-09: Leicester Peterborough Scunthorpe
2007-08: Swansea Nottingham F Doncaster
2006-07: Scunthorpe United Bristol City Blackpool
2005-06: Southend United Colchester Barnsley
2004-05: Luton Town Hull Sheff.Wed.
2003-04: Plymouth Argyle Queens PR Brigthon
2002-03: Wigan Athletic Crewe Cardiff
2001-02: Brighton Reading Stoke
2000-01: Millwall Rotherham Walsall
1999-00: Preston North End Burnley Gillingham
1998-99: Fulham Walsall Manchester City
1997-98: Watford Bristol City Grimsby
1996-97: Bury Stockport Crewe Alex.
1995-96: Swindon Town Oxford Bradford
1994-95: Birmingham City Ingen* Huddersfield
1993-94: Reading Port Vale Burnley
* Due to Premier Leaue establishment only two teams where promoted.
1987-1993: As english 2.division
1992-93: Stoke City Bolton West Bromwich
1991-92: Brentford  Birmingham Peterborough
1990-91: Cambridge United Southend Tranmere
1989-90: Bristol Rovers Bristol City Notts County
1988-89: Wolverhampton Sheff.Utd Port Vale
1987-88: Sunderland Brighton Walsall
As 3.division; The three best teams promoted without play-off
Winner Runners up
1986-87: Bournemouth Middlesbrough Swindon
1985-86: Reading Plymouth Derby
1984-85: Bradford City Milwall Hull
1983-84: Oxford United Wimbledon Sheff.Utd
1982-83: Portsmouth Cardiff Huddersfield
1981-82: Burnley Carlisle Fulham
1980-81: Rotherham United Barnsley Charlton
1979-80: Grimsby Town Blackburn
1978-79: Shrewsbury Town Watford Swansea
1977-78: Wrexham Cambrigde Preston
1976-77: Mansfield Town Brighton C.Palace
1975-76: Hereford United Cardiff Milwall
1974-75: Blackburn Rovers Plymouth Charlton
1973-74: Oldham Athletic Bristol Rovers York
Befoe 1974: Only champions and runners up promoted;
1972-73: Bolton Wanderers Notts County  
1971-72: Aston Villa Brighton  
1970-71: Preston North End Fulham  
1969-70: Leyton Orient Luton  
1968-69: Watford Swindon  
1967-68: Oxford United Bury  
1966-67: Queens Park Rangers Middlesbrough  
1965-66: Hull City Milwall  
1964-65: Carlisle United Bristol City  
1963-64: Coventry City C.Palace  
1962-63: Northampton Town Swindon  
1961-62: Portsmouth Grimsby  
1960-61: Bury Walsall  
1959-60: Southampton Norwich  
1958-59: Plymouth Argyle Hull  
Before 1959 one team from each distict North (n) and south (s) was promoted:
1957-58: Scunthorpe (n) & Brighton (s)
1956-57: Derby (n) & Ipswich Town (s)
1955-56: Grimsby (n) & Leyton O(s)
1954-55: Barnsley (n) & Bristol City (s)
1953-54: Port Vale (n) & Ipswich (s)
1952-53: Oldham (n) & Bristol Rovers (s)
1951-52: Lincoln ity (n) & Plymouth (s)
1950-51: Rotherham (n) & Nottingham F (s)
1949-50: Doncaster (n) & Notts County (s)
1948-49: Hull (n) & Swansea (s)
1947-48: Lincoln (n) & Queens PR (s)
1946-47: Doncaster (n) & Cardiff (s)
1938-39: Barnsley (n) & Newport (s)
1937-38: Tranmere Rovers (n) & Millwall (s)
1936-37: Stockport (n) & Luton Town (s)
1935-36: Chesterfield (n) & Coventry (s)
1934-35: Doncaster (n) & Charlton (s)
1933-34: Barnsley (n) & Norwich City (s)
1932-33: Hull City (n) & Brentford (s)
1931-32: Lincoln City (n) & Fulham (s)
1930-31: Chesterfield (n) & Notts County (s)
1929-30: Port Vale (n) & Plymouth Argyle (s)
1928-29: Bradford (n) & Charlton (s)
1927-28: Bradford (n) & Millwall (s)
1926-27: Stoke (n) & Bristol City (s)
1925-26: Grimsby (n) & Reading (s)
1924-25: Darlington (n) & Swansea (s)
1923-24: Wolverhampton (n) & Portsmouth (s)
1922-23: Nelson (n) & Bristol City (s)
1921-22: Stockport (n) & Southampton (s)
1920-21: Crystal Palace

League Two (level 4)
Football League Two is the third-highest division of The Football League and
fourth-highest division overall in the English football league system.

Football League Two was introduced for the 2004–05 season. It was previously known
as the Football League Third Division. Prior to the advent of the Premier League,
the fourth-highest division was known as the Football League Fourth Division.
It is the most profitable fourth-tier football league in the world.

Season League 2 winners
2020/21 Cheltenham
2019/20 Swindon
2018/19 Lincoln
2017/18 Accrington Stanley
2016/17 Portsmouth
2015/16 Northampton
2014/15 Burton Albion
2013/14 Chesterfield
2012/13 Gillingham
2011/12 Swindon
2010/11 Chesterfield
2009/10 Notts County
2008/09 Brentford
2007/08 Milton Keynes Dons
2006-07 Walsall
2005-06 Carlisle United
2004-05 Yeovill Town
2003-04 Doncaster Rovers
2002-03 Rushden & Diamonds
2001-02 Plymouth Argyle
2000-01 Brighton & Hove Albion
1999-00 Swansea City
1998-99 Brentford
1997-98 Notts County
1996-97 Wigan Athletic
1995-96 Preston North End
1994-95 Carlisle United
1993-94 Shrewsbury Town
1992-93 Cardiff City
1991-92 Burnley
1990-91 Darlington
1989-90 Exeter City
1988-89 Rotherham United
1987-88 Wolverhampton
1986-87 Northampton Town
1985-86 Swindon Town
1984-85 Chesterfield
1983-84 York City
1982-83 Wimbledon
1981-82 Sheffield United
1980-81 Southend United
1979-80 Huddersfield Town
1978-79 Reading
1977-78 Watford
1976-77 Cambridge United
1975-76 Lincoln City
1974-75 Mansfield Town
1973-74 Peterborough United
1972-73 Southport
1971-72 Grimsby Town
1970-71 Notts County
1969-70 Chesterfield
1968-69 Doncaster Rovers
1967-68 Luton Town
1966-67 Stockport County
1965-66 Doncaster Rovers
1964-65 Brighton & Hove Albion
1963-64 Gillingham
1962-63 Brentford
1961-62 Millwall
1960-61 Peterborough United
1959-60 Walsall
1958-59 Port Vale



Season Championship League One League Two
2020/21 Brentford Blackpooly Morecambe
2019/20 Fulham Wycombe Northampton
2018/19 Aston Villa Charlton Tranmere
2017/18 Fulham Rotherham Coventry
2016/17 Hudderfield Milwall Blackpool
2015/16 Hull Barnsley AFC Wimbledon
2014/15 Norwich Preston Southend
2013/14 QPR Rotherham Fleetwood
2012/13 C.Palace Yeovil Bradford
2011/12 West Ham Huddersfield Crewe
2010/11 Swansea Peterborough Stevenage
2009/10 Blackpool Milwall Dagenham & Redbrigde
2008/09 Burnley Scunthorpe Gillingham
2007/08 Hull Doncaster Stockport
2006-07 Derby County Blackpool Bristol Rovers
2005-06 Watford Barnsley Cheltenham Town
2004-05 West Ham United Sheffield Wed. Southend United
Season As 1.division As 2.division As 3.division
2003-04 Crystal Palace Brighton & Hove Huddersfield Town
2002-03 Wolverhampton Cardiff City Bournemouth
2001-02 Birmingham City Stoke City Cheltenham Town
2000-01 Bolton Wanderers Walsall Blackpool
1999-00 Ipswich Town Gillingham Peterborough United
1998-99 Watford Manchester City Scunthorpe United
1997-98 Charlton Athletic Grimsby Town Colchester United
1996-97 Crystal Palace Crewe Alexandra Northampton Town
1995-96 Leicester City Bradford City Plymouth Argyle
1994-95 Bolton Wanderers Huddersfield Town Chesterfield
1993-94 Leicester City Burnley Wycombe Wanderers
1992-93 Swindon Town West Bromwich York City
1986-87 Charlton Athletic Swindon Town Aldershot
Season As 2.division As 3.division As 4.division
1991-92 Blackburn Rovers Peterborough Blackpool
1990-91 Notts County Tranmere Torquay United
1989-90 Swindon Town1 Notts County Cambridge United
1988-89 Crystal Palace Port Vale Leyton Orient
1987-88 Middlesbrough Walsall Swansea City



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