EFL League One
|Number of teams||24|
|Level on pyramid||3|
|Promotion to||EFL Championship|
|Relegation to||Football League Two|
|Domestic cup(s)||FA Cup|
|League cup(s)||EFL Cup |
|Most championships||Wigan Athletic (2 wins)|
|TV partners||Sky Sports |
Quest (highlights only)
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[change | change source]
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. 
2020-21 season[change | change source]
These are the teams of the 2020–21 season.
Champions[change | change source]
|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|
References[change | change source]
- "ESPN to broadcast English league games". ESPN.com. 3 August 2017.
- "Football Ground Guide". Football Ground Guide. Retrieved 30 November 2016.