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

Standings

2023/24
PlWDLDiffPts
1Chesterfield443059102:614195
2Barnet452581287:592883
3Bromley442115869:462378
4Altrincham4521111383:592474
5Solihull Moors4520131270:62873
6Gateshead432091484:612369
7FC Halifax4318121353:48566
8Southend4521121269:432665
9Aldershot441981770:80-1065
10Oldham4415171259:55462
11Rochdale4415131667:63458
12Maidenhead4515131758:64-658
13Hartlepool451692066:79-1357
14Eastleigh4415111872:84-1256
15Dag & Red4514131866:60655
16AFC Fylde4515102074:79-555
17Wealdstone4414111957:69-1253
18York City4512171655:68-1353
19Woking4514102146:55-952
20Ebbsfleet4414102059:74-1552
21Boreham Wood4412141859:73-1450
22Kidderminster4511132139:55-1646
23Dorking451292451:81-3045
24Oxford City44892753:90-3733

      Promotion ~ League Two
      Promotion ~ National League (Play Offs: Semi~finals)
      Promotion ~ National League (Play Offs: Quarter~finals)
      Relegation

Clinched Spots for Teams
Chesterfield is Confirmed as championsnQualified for League Two
Oxford City is Relegated to

About English National League

The English National League is a professional football league consisting of 24 teams, making it the fifth tier of the English football league system. The league operates on a promotion and relegation system with League Two and the National League North/South.

The National League 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 team at the end of the season is automatically promoted to League Two, while the teams that finish in second to seventh 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 relegated to the National League North or South, depending on their location, with the teams that finish in 20th and 21st place entering a playoff with the teams that finish fourth to seventh in the North/South divisions to determine which teams will play in the National League the following season.

The National League features a mix of clubs from across England, with a range of experienced players and up-and-coming talent. Many clubs in the league have a strong history and are well-supported by local fans. The league offers an opportunity for clubs to compete at a high level and gain promotion to League Two and eventually the higher levels of English football.

Some notable players who have played in the National League include Jamie Vardy, Charlie Austin, and Ian Wright, among others. Overall, the National League 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.



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