2023/24 2022/23 2021/22 2020/21 2019/20 2018/19 2017/18 2016/17 2015/16 2014/15 2013/14 2012/13 2011/12 2010/11 2009/10 2008/09 2007/08 2006/07 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 2002/03 2001/02 2000/01 1999/00 1998/99

Standings

2023/24
PlWDLDiffPts
1Portsmouth352110458:302873
2Derby35206960:332766
3Bolton34206860:382266
4Barnsley33189660:372363
5Peterborough33178861:412059
6Stevenage34178948:341459
7Oxford Utd351691057:441357
8Leyton Orient351591143:42154
9Blackpool351581254:411353
10Lincoln3513121040:32851
11Northampton341461447:50-348
12Bristol Rovers341371447:49-246
13Wigan351571349:43644
14Wycombe3410111343:44-141
15Exeter351171726:48-2240
16Cambridge Utd341081631:42-1138
17Burton341081629:44-1538
18Shrewsbury351151926:49-2338
19Charlton358131449:53-437
20Reading351191546:52-636
21Cheltenham33961828:45-1733
22Port Vale33881734:54-2032
23Fleetwood356101936:58-2228
24Carlisle34582128:57-2923

      Promotion ~ Championship
      Promotion ~ League One (Play Offs: )
      Relegation ~ League Two


About English League One

The English Football League One, also known as League One, is the third tier of professional football in England, below the Premier League and the English Football League Championship. The league consists of 24 teams and operates on a promotion and relegation system with the EFL Championship and EFL League Two.

The League One season typically runs from August to May, with each team playing a total of 46 matches - twice against every other team in the league. The top two teams in the league table at the end of the season are automatically promoted to the EFL Championship, while the teams that finish in third to sixth place enter a playoff to determine which team will join them in the higher division the following season.

The bottom four teams in the league table at the end of the season are automatically relegated to EFL League Two, with the team that finishes in 21st place entering a playoff with the teams that finish third to seventh in EFL League Two to determine which teams will play in League One the following season.

League One features a mix of clubs from across England, with a range of experienced players and up-and-coming talent. The league offers an opportunity for clubs to compete at a high level and gain promotion to the EFL Championship and eventually the Premier League.

Some notable players who have played in League One include Jamie Vardy, Dele Alli, and Raheem Sterling, among others. Overall, League One is an important part of English football and offers an exciting and competitive environment for teams and players looking to progress to the higher levels of the sport.



Outrights
1. Portsmouth: 1.57 (55.24%)
2. Derby: 5.15 (16.88%)
3. Bolton: 5.82 (14.94%)
4. Barnsley: 13.09 (6.64%)
5. Peterborough: 19.18 (4.53%)
6. Stevenage: 76.73 (1.13%)
7. Oxford Utd: 430.7 (0.2%)
8. Blackpool: 811.78 (0.11%)
9. Leyton Orient: 3250.63 (0.03%)
10. Lincoln City: 4045.11 (0.02%)
11. Wycombe: 4111.78 (0.02%)
12. Bristol Rovers: 4111.78 (0.02%)
13. Fleetwood Town: 4500 (0.02%)
14. Reading: 4500 (0.02%)
15. Port Vale: 4500 (0.02%)
16. Cheltenham: 4500 (0.02%)
17. Charlton: 4500 (0.02%)
18. Shrewsbury: 4500 (0.02%)
19. Carlisle: 4500 (0.02%)
20. Exeter: 4500.63 (0.02%)
21. Cambridge Utd: 4500.63 (0.02%)
22. Northampton: 4500.63 (0.02%)
23. Wigan: 4500.63 (0.02%)
24. Burton: 4500.63 (0.02%)


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