List of current Premier League and English Football League managers

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There are 92 association football teams in the top four tiers of English football, all of which have a manager, or pair of joint managers, sometimes given the alternative title of head coach. The Premier League and the English Football League are the only fully professional football leagues in England. The Premier League consists of 20 clubs at the top of the English football league system. The remaining 72 clubs are split into the three divisions of the English Football League: the Championship, League One and League Two.

Some managers listed have had more than one spell in charge at their current club or had spells at more than one club, however their time as manager is counted only from the date of their last appointment by their latest club. This list includes every manager so currently managing a club in the Premier League and the English Football League, in order of the date that they took up their appointment: this is not necessarily the date on which they were appointed, so there may be a discrepancy between the date appointed and the time as manager.

Jim Bentley is the longest-serving current manager, having managed Morecambe since 2011.

Managers

Name Nat. Date of birth Club Division Appointed Time as manager Source
Jim Bentley England 11 June 1976 Morecambe  League Two 13 May 2011 7 years, 42 days [1]
Gareth Ainsworth England 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers  League One 24 September 2012[N 1] 5 years, 273 days [2][3]
Neal Ardley England 1 September 1972 AFC Wimbledon  League One 10 October 2012 5 years, 257 days [4]
Eddie Howe England 29 November 1977 Bournemouth  Premier League 12 October 2012 5 years, 254 days [5]
Sean Dyche England 28 June 1971 Burnley  Premier League 30 October 2012 5 years, 237 days [6]
Keith Hill England 17 May 1969 Rochdale  League One 22 January 2013 5 years, 153 days [7]
Darrell Clarke England 16 December 1977 Bristol Rovers  League One 28 March 2014 4 years, 88 days [8]
Mauricio Pochettino Argentina 2 March 1972 Tottenham Hotspur  Premier League 27 May 2014 4 years, 28 days [9]
John Coleman England 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley  League One 18 September 2014 3 years, 279 days [10]
Chris Hughton Republic of Ireland 11 December 1958 Brighton & Hove Albion  Premier League 31 December 2014 3 years, 175 days [11]
Neil Harris England 12 July 1977 Millwall  Championship 10 March 2015[N 2] 3 years, 106 days [12][13]
Gary Johnson England 28 September 1955 Cheltenham Town  League Two 30 March 2015 3 years, 86 days [14]
Derek Adams Scotland 25 June 1975 Plymouth Argyle  League One 11 June 2015 3 years, 13 days [15]
Jürgen Klopp Germany 16 June 1967 Liverpool  Premier League 8 October 2015 2 years, 259 days [16]
David Wagner United States 19 October 1971 Huddersfield Town  Premier League 5 November 2015[N 3] 2 years, 227 days [17]
Dean Smith England 19 March 1971 Brentford  Championship 30 November 2015 2 years, 206 days [18]
Darren Way England 21 November 1979 Yeovil Town  League Two 1 December 2015[N 4] 2 years, 205 days [19][20]
Nigel Clough England 19 March 1966 Burton Albion  League One 7 December 2015 2 years, 199 days [21]
Slaviša Jokanović Serbia 16 August 1968 Fulham  Premier League 27 December 2015 2 years, 179 days [22]
Nathan Jones Wales 28 May 1973 Luton Town  League One 6 January 2016 2 years, 169 days [23]
Lee Johnson England 7 June 1981 Bristol City  Championship 6 February 2016[N 5] 2 years, 138 days [24]
Rafael Benítez Spain 16 April 1960 Newcastle United  Premier League 11 March 2016 2 years, 105 days [25]
John McGreal England 2 June 1972 Colchester United  League Two 4 May 2016 2 years, 51 days [26]
Mark Cooper England 18 December 1968 Forest Green Rovers  League Two 9 May 2016 2 years, 46 days [27]
Chris Wilder England 23 September 1967 Sheffield United  Championship 12 May 2016 2 years, 43 days [28]
Danny Cowley England 22 October 1978 Lincoln City  League Two 13 May 2016 2 years, 42 days [29]
José Mourinho Portugal 26 January 1963 Manchester United  Premier League 27 May 2016 2 years, 28 days [30]
Gary Bowyer England 26 June 1971 Blackpool  League One 1 June 2016 2 years, 23 days [31]
Phil Parkinson England 1 December 1967 Bolton Wanderers  Championship 10 June 2016 2 years, 14 days [32]
Pep Guardiola Spain 18 January 1971 Manchester City  Premier League 1 July 2016 1 year, 358 days [33]
Antonio Conte Italy 31 July 1969 Chelsea  Premier League 3 July 2016 1 year, 356 days [34]
Neil Warnock England 1 December 1948 Cardiff City  Premier League 5 October 2016 1 year, 262 days [35]
Micky Mellon Scotland 18 March 1972 Tranmere Rovers  League Two 6 October 2016 1 year, 261 days [36]
Steve Bruce England 31 December 1960 Aston Villa  Championship 12 October 2016 1 year, 255 days [37]
Paul Warne England 8 May 1973 Rotherham United  Championship 28 November 2016[N 6] 1 year, 208 days [38][39]
David Artell Gibraltar 22 November 1980 Crewe Alexandra  League Two 8 January 2017 1 year, 167 days [40]
Kevin Nolan double-dagger England 24 June 1982 Notts County  League Two 12 January 2017 1 year, 163 days [41][42]
Tony Mowbray England 22 November 1963 Blackburn Rovers  Championship 22 February 2017 1 year, 122 days [43]
Mark Robins England 22 December 1969 Coventry City  League One 6 March 2017 1 year, 110 days [44]
Michael Flynn Wales 17 October 1980 Newport County  League Two 9 March 2017[N 7] 1 year, 107 days [45][46]
Harry Kewell Australia 22 September 1978 Crawley Town  League Two 23 May 2017 1 year, 32 days [47]
Daniel Farke Germany 30 October 1976 Norwich City  Championship 25 May 2017 1 year, 30 days [48]
Paul Cook England 22 February 1967 Wigan Athletic  Championship 31 May 2017 1 year, 24 days [49]
Nuno Espírito Santo Portugal 25 January 1974 Wolverhampton Wanderers  Premier League 31 May 2017 1 year, 24 days [50]
Kenny Jackett Wales 5 January 1962 Portsmouth  League One 2 June 2017 1 year, 22 days [51]
Alex Neil Scotland 9 June 1981 Preston North End  Championship 4 July 2017 355 days [52]
Roy Hodgson England 9 August 1947 Crystal Palace  Premier League 12 September 2017 285 days [53]
Neil Aspin England 12 April 1965 Port Vale  League Two 4 October 2017 263 days [54]
Steve Lovell Wales 16 July 1960 Gillingham  League One 12 October 2017[N 8] 255 days [55][56]
Claude Puel France 2 September 1961 Leicester City  Premier League 25 October 2017 242 days [57]
Nigel Adkins England 11 March 1965 Hull City  Championship 7 December 2017 199 days [58]
Tony Pulis Wales 16 January 1958 Middlesbrough  Championship 26 December 2017[N 9] 180 days [59]
Jos Luhukay Netherlands 13 June 1963 Sheffield Wednesday  Championship 5 January 2018[N 10] 167 days [60]
Aitor Karanka Spain 18 September 1973 Nottingham Forest  Championship 8 January 2018 167 days [61]
Ryan Lowe double-dagger England 18 September 1978 Bury  League Two 15 January 2018 160 days [62]
Javi Gracia Spain 1 May 1970 Watford  Premier League 21 January 2018 154 days [63]
Chris Powell England 8 September 1969 Southend United  League One 23 January 2018 152 days [64]
Joe Dunne Republic of Ireland 25 May 1973 Cambridge United  League Two 9 February 2018[N 11] 135 days [65][66]
Steve Evans Scotland 30 October 1962 Peterborough United  League One 28 February 2018 116 days [67]
David Flitcroft England 14 January 1974 Mansfield Town  League Two 1 March 2018 115 days [68]
Michael Jolley England 30 March 1977 Grimsby Town  League Two 2 March 2018 114 days [69]
Garry Monk England 6 March 1979 Birmingham City  Championship 4 March 2018 112 days [70]
Phil Brown England 30 May 1959 Swindon Town  League Two 12 March 2018 104 days [71]
Mark Hughes Wales 1 November 1963 Southampton  Premier League 14 March 2018 102 days [72]
Dean Keates England 30 June 1978 Walsall  League One 16 March 2018 100 days [73]
Dino Maamria Tunisia 26 May 1971 Stevenage  League Two 20 March 2018 96 days [74]
Lee Bowyer[N 12] England 3 January 1977 Charlton Athletic  League One 22 March 2018 94 days [75]
Karl Robinson England 13 September 1980 Oxford United  League One 22 March 2018 94 days [76]
Paul Clement England 8 January 1972 Reading  Championship 23 March 2018 93 days [77]
Nick Daws England 15 March 1970 Scunthorpe United  League One 26 March 2018[N 13] 90 days [78][79]
Darren Moore Jamaica 22 April 1974 West Bromwich Albion  Championship 2 April 2018[N 14] 83 days [80][81]
Dean Austin England 26 April 1970 Northampton Town  League Two 2 April 2018 83 days [82]
Steve McClaren England 3 May 1961 Queens Park Rangers  Championship 18 May 2018 37 days [83]
Gary Rowett England 6 March 1974 Stoke City  Championship 22 May 2018 33 days [84]
Manuel Pellegrini Chile 16 September 1953 West Ham United  Premier League 22 May 2018 33 days [85]
Unai Emery Spain 3 November 1971 Arsenal  Premier League 23 May 2018 32 days [86]
Jack Ross Scotland 5 June 1976 Sunderland  League One 25 May 2018 30 days [87]
Paul Hurst England 25 September 1974 Ipswich Town  Championship 30 May 2018 25 days [88]
Frank Lampard England 20 June 1978 Derby County  Championship 31 May 2018 24 days [89]
Marco Silva Portugal 12 July 1977 Everton  Premier League 31 May 2018 24 days [90]
Matt Taylor England 30 January 1982 Exeter City  League Two 1 June 2018 23 days [91]
John Askey England 4 November 1964 Shrewsbury Town  League One 1 June 2018 23 days [92]
Joey Barton England 2 September 1982 Fleetwood Town  League One 18 April 2018[N 15] 22 days [93]
John Sheridan Republic of Ireland 1 October 1964 Carlisle United  League Two 5 June 2018 19 days [94]
Daniel Stendel Germany 4 April 1974 Barnsley  League One 6 June 2018 18 days [95]
Paul Tisdale England 14 January 1973 Milton Keynes Dons  League Two 6 June 2018 18 days [96]
Graham Potter England 20 May 1975 Swansea City  Championship 11 June 2018 13 days [97]
Frankie Bunn England 6 November 1962 Oldham Athletic  League Two 13 June 2018 11 days [98]
Marcelo Bielsa Argentina 21 July 1955 Leeds United  Championship 15 June 2018 9 days [99]
Mark Yates England 24 January 1970 Macclesfield Town  League Two 19 June 2018 5 days [100]
 Vacant[N 16] Bradford City  League One 8 May 2018 47 days [101]
 Vacant[N 17] Doncaster Rovers  League One 4 June 2018 20 days [102]

‡ indicates player-manager

See also

Notes

‡ indicates player-manager

  1. ^ Ainsworth served as caretaker manager until 8 November 2012, when he was given a long term appointment.
  2. ^ Harris served as caretaker manager until 29 April 2015, when he was given a long term appointment.
  3. ^ Wagner was appointed as manager on 5 November 2015, but caretaker manager Mark Lillis remained in charge until 8 November.
  4. ^ Way served as caretaker manager until 31 December 2015, when he was given a long term appointment.
  5. ^ Johnson's appointment was announced on 6 February, but caretaker manager John Pemberton remained in charge for a match that same day.
  6. ^ Warne served as caretaker manager until 13 January 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  7. ^ Flynn served as caretaker manager until 9 May 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  8. ^ Lovell served as caretaker manager until 16 November 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  9. ^ Pulis' appointment was announced on 26 December 2017, but caretaker manager Craig Liddle remained in charge for a match that same day.
  10. ^ Luhukay was appointed as manager on 5 January 2018, but caretaker manager Lee Bullen remained in charge until 7 January.
  11. ^ Dunne served as caretaker manager until 2 May 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.
  12. ^ Bowyer is caretaker manager at Charlton Athletic following the departure of Karl Robinson.
  13. ^ Daws served as caretaker manager until 25 May 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.
  14. ^ Moore served as caretaker manager until 18 May 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.
  15. ^ Barton was revealed on 18 April 2018 to be Fleetwood Town's manager from 2 June, the expiry of his ban for breaking FA rules on betting. John Sheridan, who was already in place as a caretaker manager, remained in the role until Barton was allowed to take it up.
  16. ^ The managerial position at Bradford City is vacant following the departure of Simon Grayson.
  17. ^ The managerial position at Doncaster Rovers is vacant following the resignation of Darren Ferguson.

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