EFL Championship

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EFL Championship
Founded1888 (Football League First Division)
2004 (EFL Championship)
CountryEngland and Wales
Number of teams24
Level on pyramid1 (1888-1992)
2 (1992-)
Promotion toPremier League
Relegation toFootball League One
Domestic cup(s)FA Cup
League cup(s)EFL Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Europa League
Current championsLeeds United
(2019-20)
Most championshipsNewcastle United
Reading
Sunderland
Wolverhampton Wanderers
(2 Titles Each)
TV partnersSky Sports
WebsiteOfficial website

The EFL Championship, commonly known as The Championship, is the name of the English second division of football.

2020–21 clubs[change | change source]

Champions[change | change source]

Season Champions Runner-up Play-Off Winners
2000–01 Fulham Blackburn Rovers Bolton Wanderers
2001–02 Manchester City West Bromwich Albion Birmingham City
2002–03 Portsmouth Leicester City Wolverhampton Wanderers
2003–04 Norwich City West Bromwich Albion Crystal Palace
2004–05 Sunderland Wigan Athletic West Ham United
2005–06 Reading Sheffield United Watford
2006–07 Sunderland Birmingham City Derby County
2007–08 West Bromwich Albion Stoke City Hull City
2008–09 Wolverhampton Wanderers Birmingham City Burnley
2009–10 Newcastle United West Bromwich Albion Blackpool
2010–11 Queens Park Rangers Norwich City Swansea City
2011–12 Reading Southampton West Ham United
2012–13 Cardiff City Hull City Crystal Palace
2013–14 Leicester City Burnley Queens Park Rangers
2014–15 Bournemouth Watford Norwich City
2015–16 Burnley Middlesbrough Hull City
2016–17 Newcastle United Brighton & Hove Albion Huddersfield Town
2017–18 Wolverhampton Wanderers Cardiff City Fulham
2018–19 Norwich City Sheffield United Aston Villa
2019-20 Leeds United West Bromwich Albion Fulham


Former champions[change | change source]


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