List of current Premier League and English Football League managers

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Arsène Wenger is currently the longest-serving manager in English League football.

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 Football Leagues 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 Football League: the Championship, League One, and League Two.

Some of these managers were appointed as caretaker managers prior to being given a permanent position; if so their caretaker appointment date is denoted in italics. 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. Only two managers have spent more than 10 years in their current jobs. This list includes every manager currently managing a club in the Premier League and The Football League, in order of the date that they took up their appointment.

Arsène Wenger, manager of Premier League side Arsenal since October 1996, is the longest-serving manager in any of the four professional divisions in English football. The second longest-serving manager at this level is Paul Tisdale, who has been manager of Exeter City (currently a League Two club) since August 2006, when they were a Conference club. Wenger and Tisdale are now the only managers in English senior football who have managed the same teams since before 2010.

Managers

Name Nat. Date of birth Club Division Appointed Time as manager Source
Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger France 22 October 1949 Arsenal 1Premier League 1 October 1996[note 1] 20 years, 211 days [1]
Tisdale, PaulPaul Tisdale England 14 January 1973 Exeter City 4League Two 26 June 2006 10 years, 308 days [2]
Bentley, JimJim Bentley England 11 June 1976 Morecambe 4League Two 13 May 2011 5 years, 352 days [3]
Ainsworth, GarethGareth Ainsworth England 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers 4League Two 24 September 2012 4 years, 218 days [4][5]
Ardley, NealNeal Ardley England 1 September 1972 AFC Wimbledon 3League One 10 October 2012 4 years, 202 days [6]
Howe, EddieEddie Howe England 29 November 1977 Bournemouth 1Premier League 12 October 2012 4 years, 199 days [7]
Dyche, SeanSean Dyche England 28 June 1971 Burnley 1Premier League 30 October 2012 4 years, 182 days [8]
McCarthy, MickMick McCarthy Republic of Ireland 7 February 1959 Ipswich Town 2Championship 1 November 2012 4 years, 180 days [9]
Hill, KeithKeith Hill England 17 May 1969 Rochdale 3League One 22 January 2013 4 years, 98 days [10]
Grayson, SimonSimon Grayson England 19 December 1969 Preston North End 2Championship 18 February 2013 4 years, 71 days [11]
Brown, PhilPhil Brown England 30 May 1959 Southend United 3League One 25 March 2013 4 years, 36 days [12]
Hughes, MarkMark Hughes Wales 1 November 1963 Stoke City 1Premier League 30 May 2013 3 years, 335 days [13]
Clarke, DarrellDarrell Clarke England 16 December 1977 Bristol Rovers 3League One 28 March 2014 3 years, 33 days [14]
Pochettino, MauricioMauricio Pochettino Argentina 2 March 1972 Tottenham Hotspur 1Premier League 27 May 2014 2 years, 338 days [15]
Appleton, MichaelMichael Appleton England 4 December 1975 Oxford United 3League One 4 July 2014 2 years, 300 days [16]
Coleman, JohnJohn Coleman England 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley 4League Two 18 September 2014 2 years, 224 days [17]
Curle, KeithKeith Curle England 14 November 1963 Carlisle United 4League Two 19 September 2014 2 years, 223 days [18]
Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Republic of Ireland 11 December 1958 Brighton & Hove Albion 2Championship 31 December 2014 2 years, 120 days [19]
Pulis, TonyTony Pulis Wales 16 January 1958 West Bromwich Albion 1Premier League 1 January 2015[note 2] 2 years, 119 days [20]
Harris, NeilNeil Harris England 12 July 1977 Millwall 3League One 10 March 2015 2 years, 51 days [21][22]
Johnson, GaryGary Johnson England 28 September 1955 Cheltenham Town 4League Two 30 March 2015 2 years, 31 days [23]
Cook, PaulPaul Cook England 22 February 1967 Portsmouth 4League Two 12 May 2015 1 year, 353 days [24]
Bilić, SlavenSlaven Bilić Croatia 11 September 1968 West Ham United 1Premier League 9 June 2015 1 year, 325 days [25]
Adams, DerekDerek Adams Scotland 25 June 1975 Plymouth Argyle 4League Two 11 June 2015 1 year, 323 days [26]
Carvalhal, CarlosCarlos Carvalhal Portugal 4 December 1965 Sheffield Wednesday 2Championship 30 June 2015 1 year, 304 days [27]
Klopp, JürgenJürgen Klopp Germany 16 June 1967 Liverpool 1Premier League 8 October 2015 1 year, 204 days [28]
Ferguson, DarrenDarren Ferguson Scotland 9 February 1972 Doncaster Rovers 4League Two 16 October 2015[note 3] 1 year, 194 days [29]
Wagner, DavidDavid Wagner United States 19 October 1971 Huddersfield Town 2Championship 9 November 2015[note 4] 1 year, 172 days [31]
Derry, ShaunShaun Derry England 6 December 1977 Cambridge United 4League Two 12 November 2015 1 year, 169 days [32]
Smith, DeanDean Smith England 19 March 1971 Brentford 2Championship 30 November 2015 1 year, 151 days [33]
Way, DarrenDarren Way England 21 November 1979 Yeovil Town 4League Two 1 December 2015 1 year, 150 days [34][35]
Clough, NigelNigel Clough England 19 March 1966 Burton Albion 2Championship 7 December 2015 1 year, 144 days [36]
Jokanović, SlavišaSlaviša Jokanović Serbia 16 August 1968 Fulham 2Championship 27 December 2015 1 year, 124 days [37]
Williams, LukeLuke Williams England 1 May 1981 Swindon Town 3League One 29 December 2015 1 year, 122 days [38][39]
Jones, NathanNathan Jones Wales 28 May 1973 Luton Town 4League Two 6 January 2016 1 year, 114 days [40]
Sarll, DarrenDarren Sarll England 2 February 1983 Stevenage 4League Two 1 February 2016 1 year, 88 days [41][42]
Johnson, LeeLee Johnson England 7 June 1981 Bristol City 2Championship 6 February 2016[note 5] 1 year, 83 days [43]
Heckingbottom, PaulPaul Heckingbottom England 17 July 1977 Barnsley 2Championship 6 February 2016 1 year, 83 days [43][44]
Whitney, JonJon Whitney England 23 December 1970 Walsall 3League One 7 March 2016 1 year, 54 days [45][46]
Benítez, RafaelRafael Benítez Spain 16 April 1960 Newcastle United 2Championship 11 March 2016 1 year, 50 days [47]
Alexander, GrahamGraham Alexander Scotland 10 October 1971 Scunthorpe United 3League One 22 March 2016 1 year, 39 days [48]
McCann, GrantGrant McCann Northern Ireland 15 April 1980 Peterborough United 3League One 23 April 2016 1 year, 7 days [49][50]
Drummy, DermotDermot Drummy England 16 January 1961 Crawley Town 4League Two 27 April 2016 1 year, 3 days [51]
McGreal, JohnJohn McGreal England 2 June 1972 Colchester United 4League Two 4 May 2016 361 days [52]
Wilder, ChrisChris Wilder England 23 September 1967 Sheffield United 3League One 12 May 2016 353 days [53]
Mourinho, JoséJosé Mourinho Portugal 26 January 1963 Manchester United 1Premier League 27 May 2016 338 days [54]
Bowyer, GaryGary Bowyer England 26 June 1971 Blackpool 4League Two 1 June 2016 333 days [55]
Monk, GarryGarry Monk England 6 March 1979 Leeds United 2Championship 2 June 2016 332 days [56]
Parkinson, PhilPhil Parkinson England 1 December 1967 Bolton Wanderers 3League One 10 June 2016 324 days [57]
Stam, JaapJaap Stam Netherlands 17 July 1972 Reading 2Championship 13 June 2016 321 days [58]
Koeman, RonaldRonald Koeman Netherlands 21 March 1963 Everton 1Premier League 14 June 2016 320 days [59]
McCall, StuartStuart McCall Scotland 10 June 1964 Bradford City 3League One 20 June 2016 314 days [60]
Puel, ClaudeClaude Puel France 2 September 1961 Southampton 1Premier League 30 June 2016 304 days [61]
Guardiola, PepPep Guardiola Spain 18 January 1971 Manchester City 1Premier League 1 July 2016 303 days [62]
Mazzarri, WalterWalter Mazzarri Italy 1 October 1961 Watford 1Premier League 1 July 2016 303 days [63]
Conte, AntonioAntonio Conte Italy 31 July 1969 Chelsea 1Premier League 3 July 2016 301 days [64]
Moyes, DavidDavid Moyes Scotland 25 April 1963 Sunderland 1Premier League 23 July 2016 281 days [65]
Rösler, UweUwe Rösler Germany 15 November 1968 Fleetwood Town 3League One 30 July 2016 274 days [66]
Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock England 1 December 1948 Cardiff City 2Championship 5 October 2016 207 days [67]
Bruce, SteveSteve Bruce England 31 December 1960 Aston Villa 2Championship 12 October 2016 200 days [68]
Hurst, PaulPaul Hurst England 25 September 1974 Shrewsbury Town 3League One 24 October 2016 188 days [69]
Lambert, PaulPaul Lambert Scotland 7 August 1969 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2Championship 5 November 2016 176 days [70]
Holloway, IanIan Holloway England 12 March 1963 Queens Park Rangers 2Championship 11 November 2016 170 days [71]
Evans, SteveSteve Evans Scotland 30 October 1962 Mansfield Town 4League Two 16 November 2016 165 days [72]
Robinson, KarlKarl Robinson England 13 September 1980 Charlton Athletic 3League One 24 November 2016 157 days [73]
Warne, PaulPaul Warne England 8 May 1973 Rotherham United 2Championship 28 November 2016 153 days [74][75][76]
Neilson, RobbieRobbie Neilson Scotland 19 June 1980 Milton Keynes Dons 3League One 3 December 2016[note 6] 148 days [77]
Allardyce, SamSam Allardyce England 19 October 1954 Crystal Palace 1Premier League 23 December 2016 128 days [78]
Brown, MichaelMichael Brown double-dagger[note 7] England 25 January 1977 Port Vale 3League One 26 December 2016 125 days [79]
Clement, PaulPaul Clement England 8 January 1972 Swansea City 1Premier League 3 January 2017[note 8] 117 days [80]
Pennock, AdrianAdrian Pennock England 27 March 1971 Gillingham 3League One 4 January 2017 116 days [81]
Silva, MarcoMarco Silva Portugal 12 July 1977 Hull City 1Premier League 5 January 2017 115 days [82]
Artell, DavidDavid Artell Gibraltar 22 November 1980 Crewe Alexandra 4League Two 8 January 2017 112 days [83]
Sheridan, JohnJohn Sheridan Republic of Ireland 1 October 1964 Oldham Athletic 3League One 12 January 2017 108 days [84]
Nolan, KevinKevin Nolan double-dagger England 24 June 1982 Notts County 4League Two 12 January 2017 108 days [85][86]
Edinburgh, JustinJustin Edinburgh England 18 December 1969 Northampton Town 3League One 13 January 2017 107 days [87]
Caldwell, GaryGary Caldwell Scotland 12 April 1982 Chesterfield 3League One 17 January 2017 103 days [88]
Clark, LeeLee Clark England 27 October 1972 Bury 3League One 15 February 2017 74 days [89]
Mowbray, TonyTony Mowbray England 22 November 1963 Blackburn Rovers 2Championship 22 February 2017 67 days [90]
Shakespeare, CraigCraig Shakespeare England 26 October 1963 Leicester City 1Premier League 23 February 2017 66 days [91][92]
Robins, MarkMark Robins England 22 December 1969 Coventry City 3League One 6 March 2017 55 days [93]
Flynn, MichaelMichael Flynn double-dagger[note 9] Wales 17 October 1980 Newport County 4League Two 9 March 2017 52 days [94]
Irvine, AlanAlan Irvine[note 10] Scotland 12 July 1958 Norwich City 2Championship 10 March 2017 51 days [95]
Barrow, GrahamGraham Barrow[note 11] England 13 June 1954 Wigan Athletic 2Championship 13 March 2017 48 days [96]
Rowett, GaryGary Rowett England 6 March 1974 Derby County 2Championship 14 March 2017 47 days [97]
Warburton, MarkMark Warburton England 6 September 1962 Nottingham Forest 2Championship 14 March 2017 47 days [98]
Agnew, SteveSteve Agnew[note 12] England 9 November 1965 Middlesbrough 1Premier League 16 March 2017 45 days [99]
Rıza, ÖmerÖmer Rıza Turkey 8 November 1979 Leyton Orient 4League Two 30 March 2017 31 days [100]
Slade, RussellRussell Slade England 10 October 1960 Grimsby Town 4League Two 12 April 2017 18 days [101]
Eames, RossiRossi Eames[note 13] England 27 January 1985 Barnet 4League Two 15 April 2017 15 days [102]
Redknapp, HarryHarry Redknapp England 2 March 1947 Birmingham City 2Championship 18 April 2017 12 days [103]
Bates, MatthewMatthew Bates double-dagger[note 14] England 10 December 1986 Hartlepool United 4League Two 24 April 2017 6 days [104]

Notes

‡ indicates player-manager

  1. ^ Wenger's appointment was announced before Arsenal's match against Sunderland on 28 September 1996, but caretaker Pat Rice remained in charge of the first team for that game and Wenger did not officially take over until 1 October 1996.
  2. ^ Pulis' appointment was announced on the morning of 1 January, but caretaker manager Rob Kelly remained in charge for a match that afternoon.
  3. ^ Ferguson's appointment was announced on 16 October,[29] but caretaker manager Rob Jones remained in charge until 18 October.[30]
  4. ^ Wagner was appointed as manager on 5 November 2015, but caretaker manager Mark Lillis remained in charge until 8 November.
  5. ^ Johnson's appointment was announced on 6 February, but caretaker manager John Pemberton remained in charge for a match that same day.
  6. ^ Neilson was appointed as manager on 2 December 2016, but caretaker manager Richie Barker remained in charge until 3 December.
  7. ^ Brown is caretaker manager at Port Vale following the departure of Bruno Ribeiro.
  8. ^ Clement's appointment was announced on 3 January, but caretaker manager Alan Curtis remained in charge for a match that same day.
  9. ^ Flynn is caretaker manager at Newport County following the sacking of Graham Westley.
  10. ^ Irvine is caretaker manager at Norwich City following the sacking of Alex Neil.
  11. ^ Barrow is interim manager at Wigan Athletic following the sacking of Warren Joyce.
  12. ^ Agnew is caretaker manager at Middlesbrough following the sacking of Aitor Karanka.
  13. ^ Eames is caretaker manager at Barnet following the sacking of Kevin Nugent.
  14. ^ Bates is caretaker player-manager at Hartlepool United following the sacking of Dave Jones.

See also

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External links

  • "Longest Serving Managers". League Managers Association. Archived from the original on 7 February 2015. Retrieved 24 November 2006. 
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