EFL League Two teams guide 23/24
The English Football League Two (EFL League Two), also known as Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons, is the fourth-highest division of the English football league system. It is currently contested by 24 clubs, with each team playing each other twice, once at home and once away. The top two teams at the end of the season are automatically promoted to EFL League One, while the teams finishing in third to sixth place compete in a playoff to determine the third promoted team. The bottom four teams are relegated to the National League.
EFL League Two teams also compete in two cup competitions: the EFL Cup and the EFL Trophy. The EFL Cup is a knockout competition involving teams from all four divisions of the English Football League, as well as some teams from the Premier League. The EFL Trophy is a group stage competition involving teams from League One, League Two, and some non-league teams.
The EFL League Two season runs from August to May, with each team playing 46 matches. The season culminates in the playoff final, which is played at Wembley Stadium. The winner of the playoff final is promoted to EFL League One.
- EFL League Two, also known as Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons, is the third tier of the English football league system.
- It was founded in 2004 as a successor to the Football League Third Division, which had been in existence since 1920.
- The league currently consists of 24 teams, with each team playing 46 matches during the season.
- The top two teams at the end of the season are promoted to EFL League One, while the bottom four teams are relegated to the National League.
- The current champions of EFL League Two are Leyton Orient, who won the title in the 2022-23 season.
Some of the most popular clubs in EFL League Two include:
- Accrington Stanley
- AFC Wimbledon
- Bradford City
- Colchester United
- Crawley Town
- Crewe Alexandra
- Forest Green Rovers
EFL League Two is a competitive league with a lot of passion and excitement. It is a great opportunity for young players to develop their skills and for clubs to achieve promotion to the next level.
Here’s a list of all EFL Two teams for the 23/23 season
- Bescot Stadium | Walsall football ground guide
- Blundell Park | Grimsby Town football ground guide
- Field Mill | Mansfield Town football ground guide
- Edgeley Park | Stockport County football ground guide
- Eco-Power Stadium | Doncaster Rovers football ground guide
- County Ground | Swindon Town football ground guide
- Cherry Red Records Stadium | AFC Wimbledon football ground guide
- Broadfield Stadium | Crawley Town football ground guide
- Gander Green Lane Stadium | Sutton United football ground guide
- Holker Street Stadium | Barrow AFC football ground guide
- JobServe Community Stadium | Colchester United football ground guide
- Mazuma Stadium | Morecambe football ground guide
- Meadow Lane | Notts County football ground guide
- Peninsula Stadium | Salford City football ground guide
- The Mornflake Stadium | Crewe Alexandre football ground guide
- The EnviroVent Stadium | Harrogate Town AFC football ground guide
- Stadium MK | MK Dons football ground guide
- Rodney Parade | Newport County football ground guide
- Priestfield Stadium | Gillingham football ground guide
- Prenton Park | Tranmere Rovers football ground guide
- The New Lawn Stadium | Forest Green Rovers football ground guide
- The Racecourse Ground | Wrexham A.F.C football ground guide
- Valley Parade | Bradford City football ground guide
- Wham Stadium | Accrington Stanley football ground guide