|Promoted|| Swansea City (champions)|
|Relegated|| Bournemouth |
|Top goalscorer||Jason Scotland (24)|
|Biggest home win||Swindon Town 6–0 Port Vale (19 April 2008)|
|Biggest away win||Leyton Orient 0–5 Swansea City (6 October 2007)|
|Highest scoring|| Crewe Alexandra 4–3 Tranmere Rovers (1 January 2008)|
Bournemouth 4–3 Luton Town (22 January 2008)
Hartlepool United 4–3 Southend United (22 January 2008)
|Longest winning run||Carlisle United (8)|
|Longest unbeaten run||Swansea City (25)|
|Longest losing run||Port Vale (10)|
|Highest attendance||Leeds United v Gillingham (38,256) (3 May 2008)|
|Lowest attendance||Luton Town v Oldham Athletic (5,417) (15 March 2008)|
The Football League 2007–08 (named Coca-Cola Football League for sponsorship reasons), was the sixteenth season under its current league division format. It began in August 2007 and concluded in May 2008, with the promotion play-off finals.
The Football League is contested through three Divisions. The second division of these is League One . The winner and the runner up of League One will be automatically promoted to the Football League Championship and they will be joined by the winner of the League One playoff. The bottom four teams in the league will be relegated to the third division, League Two.
Leeds United played at this level for the first time in their history having spent all their time in the top two divisions.
Promoted to Championship
Relegated to League Two
Relegated from Championship
Promoted from League Two
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Swansea City (C, P)||46||27||11||8||82||42||+40||92||Promotion to Football League Championship|
|2||Nottingham Forest (P)||46||22||16||8||64||32||+32||82|
|3||Doncaster Rovers (O, P)||46||23||11||12||65||41||+24||80||Qualification for League One play-offs|
|7||Brighton & Hove Albion||46||19||12||15||58||50||+8||69|
|21||Bournemouth (R)||46||17||7||22||62||72||−10||48||Relegation to Football League Two|
|23||Port Vale (R)||46||9||11||26||47||81||−34||38|
|24||Luton Town (R)||46||11||10||25||43||63||−20||33|
|1||Jason Scotland||Swansea City||24|
|2||Jermaine Beckford||Leeds United||20|
|3||Nicky Forster||Brighton & Hove Albion||15|
|3||Nicky Maynard||Crewe Alexandra||15|
|5||Danny Graham||Carlisle United||14|
|5||Richard Lambert||Bristol Rovers||14|
|5||Steven Gillespie||Cheltenham Town||14|
|5||Adam Boyd||Leyton Orient||14|
|5||Joe Garner||Carlisle United||14|
|5||Simon Cox||Swindon Town||14|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Dean Wilkins|
|Bristol Rovers||Paul Trollope|
|Carlisle United||Neil McDonald|
|Cheltenham Town||John Ward|
|Crewe Alexandra||Steve Holland|
|Doncaster Rovers||Sean O'Driscoll|
|Hartlepool United||Danny Wilson|
|Huddersfield Town||Andy Ritchie|
|Leeds United||Dennis Wise|
|Leyton Orient||Martin Ling|
|Luton Town||Kevin Blackwell|
|Northampton Town||Stuart Gray|
|Nottingham Forest||Colin Calderwood|
|Oldham Athletic||John Sheridan|
|Port Vale||Martin Foyle|
|Southend United||Steve Tilson|
|Swansea City||Roberto Martínez|
|Swindon Town||Paul Sturrock|
|Tranmere Rovers||Ronnie Moore|
|Yeovil Town||Russell Slade|
|Leeds United||Elland Road||39,460|
|Nottingham Forest||City Ground||30,602|
|Huddersfield Town||Galpharm Stadium||24,500|
|Port Vale||Vale Park||22,356|
|Swansea City||Liberty Stadium||20,532|
|Carlisle United||Brunton Park Stadium||16,981|
|Tranmere Rovers||Prenton Park||16,567|
|Swindon Town||The County Ground||15,728|
|Doncaster Rovers||Keepmoat Stadium||15,231|
|Southend United||Roots Hall||12,306|
|Bristol Rovers||Memorial Stadium||11,916|
|Oldham Athletic||Boundary Park||10,638|
|Luton Town||Kenilworth Road||10,260|
|Crewe Alexandra||Alexandra Stadium||10,046|
|Yeovil Town||Huish Park||9,978|
|Leyton Orient||Brisbane Road||9,271|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Withdean Stadium||8,850|
|Hartlepool United||Victoria Park||7,691|
|Northampton Town||Sixfields Stadium||7,653|
|Cheltenham Town||Whaddon Road||7,408|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Replaced by||Date of appointment||Position in table|
|Carlisle United||Neil McDonald||Contract terminated||13 August 2007||John Ward||2 October 2007||8th|
|Gillingham||Ronnie Jepson||Mutual consent||9 September 2007||Mark Stimson||1 November 2007||22nd|
|Port Vale||Martin Foyle||Mutual consent||26 September 2007||Lee Sinnott||5 November 2007||23rd|
|Cheltenham Town||John Ward||Mutual consent (hired by Carlisle United)||2 October 2007||Keith Downing||2 November 2007||23rd|
|Millwall||Willie Donachie||Contract terminated||8 October 2007||Kenny Jackett||6 November 2007||24th|
|Swindon Town||Paul Sturrock||Mutual consent (hired by Plymouth Argyle)||27 November 2007||Maurice Malpas||15 January 2008||11th|
|Luton Town||Kevin Blackwell||Contract terminated||16 January 2008||Mick Harford||16 January 2008||22nd|
|Leeds United||Dennis Wise||Mutual consent (hired by Newcastle United as executive director)||29 January 2008||Gary McAllister||29 January 2008||6th|
|Huddersfield Town||Andy Ritchie||Mutual consent||1 April 2008||Stan Ternent||24 April 2008||14th|
|Walsall||Richard Money||Mutual consent||22 April 2008||Jimmy Mullen||22 May 2008||8th|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Dean Wilkins||Changing duties from manager to take over as first team coach||8 May 2008||Micky Adams||8 May 2008||7th|
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