EFL League One | England - an overview
The EFL League One (English Football League) is the third tier in English football and sits below the Championship.
There are 24 clubs fighting for the right to belong in the third tier of English football.
Promotion from this leagues is strongly contested, with the top 3 gaining promotion to the EFL Championship.
AFC Wimbledon, Accrington Stanley, Barnsley FC, Blackpool FC, Bolton Wanderers FC, Bradford City AFC, Bristol Rovers FC, Burton Albion, Bury FC, Charlton Athletic FC, Coventry City, Doncaster Rovers FC, Fleetwood Town FC, Gillingham FC, Ipswich Town FC, Lincoln City, Luton Town, Milton Keynes Dons FC, Oxford United FC, Peterborough United FC, Plymouth Argyle FC, Portsmouth FC, Rochdale AFC, Rotherham United FC, Scunthorpe United FC, Shrewsbury Town FC, Southend United FC, Sunderland AFC, Tranmere Rovers, Walsall FC, Wycombe Wanderers
Adams Park - Wycombe Wanderers, Banks’s Stadium - Walsall FC, Bloomfield Road - Blackpool FC, Coral Windows Stadium - Bradford City AFC, Fratton Park - Portsmouth FC, Glanford Park - Scunthorpe United FC, Highbury Stadium - Fleetwood Town FC, Home Park - Plymouth Argyle FC, Kassam Stadium - Oxford United FC, Keepmoat Stadium - Doncaster Rovers FC, Kenilworth Road Stadium - Luton Town, London Road Stadium - Peterborough United FC, Memorial Stadium - Bristol Rovers FC, New Meadow - Shrewsbury Town FC, Oakwell - Barnsley FC, Pirelli Stadium - Burton Albion, Priestfield Stadium - Gillingham FC, Ricoh Arena - Coventry City, Roots Hall Stadium - Southend United FC, Spotland Stadium - Rochdale AFC, Stadium Of Light - Sunderland AFC, The Cherry Red Records Stadium - AFC Wimbledon, The Crown Ground - Accrington Stanley, The Valley - Charlton Athletic FC