List of EFL League One seasons

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This article lists seasons played in the third tier of English football from 2004–05, when the Football League Division Two was renamed the Football League One.

Seasons

Season Champions Runners-up Play-off winners Relegated from League One Relegated to League One Promoted to League One Top Goal Scorers
Club Pts Club Pts Club Player Goals
2004–05 Luton Town 98 Hull City 86 Sheffield Wednesday Torquay United
Wrexham
Peterborough United
Stockport County
Gillingham
Nottingham Forest
Rotherham United
Yeovil Town
Scunthorpe United
Swansea City
Southend United
Dean Windass
(Bradford City)
& Stuart Elliott
(Hull City)
27
2005–06 Southend United 82 Colchester United 79 Barnsley Hartlepool United
Milton Keynes Dons
Swindon Town
Walsall
Crewe Alexandra
Millwall
Brighton & Hove Albion
Carlisle United
Northampton Town
Leyton Orient
Cheltenham Town
Freddy Eastwood
(Southend United)
& Billy Sharp
(Scunthorpe United)
23
2006–07 Scunthorpe United 91 Bristol City 85 Blackpool Chesterfield
Bradford City
Rotherham United
Brentford
Southend United
Luton Town
Leeds United
Walsall
Hartlepool United
Swindon Town
Bristol Rovers
Billy Sharp
(Scunthorpe United)
30
2007–08 Swansea City 92 Nottingham Forest 82 Doncaster Rovers Bournemouth
Gillingham
Port Vale
Luton Town
Leicester City
Scunthorpe United
Colchester United
Milton Keynes Dons
Peterborough United
Hereford United
Stockport County
Jason Scotland
(Swansea City)
24
2008–09 Leicester City 96 Peterborough United 89 Scunthorpe United Northampton Town
Crewe Alexandra
Cheltenham Town
Hereford United
Norwich City
Southampton
Charlton Athletic
Brentford
Exeter City
Wycombe Wanderers
Gillingham
Rickie Lambert
(Bristol Rovers)
& Simon Cox
(Swindon Town)
29
2009–10 Norwich City 95 Leeds United 86 Millwall Gillingham
Wycombe Wanderers
Southend United
Stockport County
Sheffield Wednesday
Plymouth Argyle
Peterborough United
Notts County
Bournemouth
Rochdale
Dagenham & Redbridge
Rickie Lambert
(Southampton)
30
2010–11 Brighton & Hove Albion 95 Southampton 92 Peterborough United Dagenham & Redbridge
Bristol Rovers
Plymouth Argyle
Swindon Town
Preston North End
Sheffield United
Scunthorpe United
Chesterfield
Bury
Wycombe Wanderers
Stevenage
Craig Mackail-Smith
(Peterborough United)
27
2011–12 Charlton Athletic 101 Sheffield Wednesday 93 Huddersfield Town Wycombe Wanderers
Chesterfield
Exeter City
Rochdale
Portsmouth
Coventry City
Doncaster Rovers
Swindon Town
Shrewsbury Town
Crawley Town
Crewe Alexandra
Jordan Rhodes
(Huddersfield Town)
36
2012–13 Doncaster Rovers 84 Bournemouth 83 Yeovil Town Scunthorpe United
Bury
Hartlepool United
Portsmouth
Peterborough United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Bristol City
Gillingham
Rotherham United
Port Vale
Bradford City
Paddy Madden
(Yeovil Town
& Carlisle United)
23
2013–14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 103 Brentford 94 Rotherham United Tranmere Rovers
Carlisle United
Shrewsbury Town
Stevenage
Doncaster Rovers
Barnsley
Yeovil Town
Chesterfield
Scunthorpe United
Rochdale
Fleetwood Town
Sam Baldock
(Bristol City)
24
2014–15 Bristol City 99 Milton Keynes Dons 91 Preston North End Notts County
Crawley Town
Leyton Orient
Yeovil Town
Millwall
Wigan Athletic
Blackpool
Burton Albion
Shrewsbury Town
Bury
Southend United
Joe Garner
(Preston North End)
25
2015–16 Wigan Athletic 87 Burton Albion 85 Barnsley Doncaster Rovers
Blackpool
Colchester United
Crewe Alexandra
Charlton Athletic
Milton Keynes Dons
Bolton Wanderers
Northampton Town
Oxford United
Bristol Rovers
AFC Wimbledon
Will Grigg
(Wigan Athletic)
25
2016–17 Sheffield United 100 Bolton Wanderers 86 Millwall Port Vale
Swindon Town
Coventry City
Chesterfield
Blackburn Rovers
Wigan Athletic
Rotherham United
Portsmouth
Plymouth Argyle
Doncaster Rovers
Blackpool
Billy Sharp
(Sheffield United)
30
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