|Promoted|| Norwich City |
|Relegated|| Gillingham |
|Goals scored||1,468 (2.64 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Rickie Lambert (30)|
|Biggest home win|| Huddersfield 7–1 Brighton |
Huddersfield 6–0 Wycombe
|Biggest away win|| Norwich 1–7 Colchester |
Stockport 0–6 Huddersfield
|Highest scoring|| Norwich 1–7 Colchester |
Huddersfield 7–1 Brighton
Charlton 4–4 Millwall
|Longest winning run||8 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||16 games|
|Longest losing run||12 games|
|Highest attendance||Leeds United 2–1 Bristol Rovers (38,234)|
|Lowest attendance||Hartlepool United 1–1 Gillingham (2,465)|
The Football League 2009–10 (called Coca-Cola Football League for sponsorship reasons), was the seventeenth season under its current league division format. It began in August 2009 and ended on 8 May 2010.
The Football League is contested through three divisions. The second division of these is League One . Norwich City and Leeds United were automatically promoted to the Football League Championship as winners and runners-up respectively, and they were joined by the winner of the League One play-offs Millwall. The bottom four teams in the league were relegated to the third division, League Two.
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||Norwich City (C, P)||46||29||8||9||89||47||+42||95||Promotion to Football League Championship|
|2||Leeds United (P)||46||25||11||10||77||44||+33||86|
|3||Millwall (O, P)||46||24||13||9||76||44||+32||85||Qualification for League One play-offs|
|12||Milton Keynes Dons||46||17||9||20||60||68||−8||60|
|13||Brighton & Hove Albion||46||15||14||17||56||60||−4||59|
|21||Gillingham (R)||46||12||14||20||48||64||−16||50||Relegation to Football League Two|
|22||Wycombe Wanderers (R)||46||10||15||21||56||76||−20||45|
|23||Southend United (R)||46||10||13||23||51||72||−21||43|
|24||Stockport County (R)||46||5||10||31||35||95||−60||25|
|Semi-finals||Final at Wembley|
|5||Swindon Town (p)||2||1||3|
|Swindon Town||2–1||Charlton Athletic|
| Austin |
|Charlton Athletic||2 – 1|
| Ferry |
| Burton |
Charlton Athletic 3–3 Swindon Town on aggregate. Swindon Town win 5–4 on penalties.
| Morison |
Millwall win 2–0 on aggregate.
| Robinson ||(Report)|
Millwall are promoted to the Football League Championship
|Leeds United||Elland Road||39,460|
|Southampton||St Mary's Stadium||32,689|
|Charlton Athletic||The Valley||27,111|
|Norwich City||Carrow Road||26,034|
|Huddersfield Town||Galpharm Stadium||24,500|
|Milton Keynes Dons||stadium:mk||22,000|
|Carlisle United||Brunton Park Stadium||16,981|
|Tranmere Rovers||Prenton Park||16,567|
|Swindon Town||The County Ground||15,728|
|Southend United||Roots Hall||12,306|
|Bristol Rovers||Memorial Stadium||11,916|
|Wycombe Wanderers||Adams Park||11,000|
|Stockport County||Edgeley Park||10,651|
|Oldham Athletic||Boundary Park||10,638|
|Colchester United||Colchester Community Stadium||10,000|
|Yeovil Town||Huish Park||9,978|
|Leyton Orient||Brisbane Road||9,271|
|Exeter City||St James Park||9,036|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Withdean Stadium||8,850|
|Hartlepool United||Victoria Park||7,691|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Replaced by||Date of appointment||Position in table|
|Norwich City||Contract terminated||14 August 2009||18 August 2009||23rd|
|Colchester United||Resigned||18 August 2009||2 September 2009||1st|
|Wycombe Wanderers||Mutual agreement||9 October 2009||13 October 2009||23rd|
|Tranmere Rovers||Contract terminated||9 October 2009||16 December 2009||22nd|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Contract terminated||1 November 2009||10 November 2009||20th|
|Leyton Orient||Contract terminated||3 April 2010||5 April 2010||19th|
|Brentford||Puma||Hertings Fixings (home), MKT Computers (away)|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Erreà||It First|
|Bristol Rovers||Erreà||N-Gaged Training (home), Stevens, Hewlett & Perkins Solicitors (away)|
|Carlisle United||Le Coq Sportif||Stobart|
|Colchester United||Puma||Weston Group (home), JobServe (away)|
|Hartlepool United||Nike||Dove Energy (home), GPS Arabia (away)|
|Huddersfield Town||Mitre||Yorkshire Air Ambulance (home), RadianB (away)|
|Millwall||Bukta||CYC Courier Services|
|Milton Keynes Dons||Nike||Double Tree by Hilton|
|Stockport County||Macron||Just Search|
|Swindon Town||Adidas||FourFourTwo (home), EA Sport FIFA 10 (away)|
|Tranmere Rovers||Vandanel||Wirral Metropolitan Council|
|Wycombe Wanderers||Joma||Bucks New University|
|Yeovil Town||Vandanel||Jones Building Contractors|
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