|Champions|| Brighton & Hove Albion |
(3rd divisional title)
|Promoted|| Brighton & Hove Albion |
|Relegated|| Dagenham & Redbridge |
|Goals scored||1,509 (2.73 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Craig Mackail-Smith (27)|
|Biggest home win|| Peterborough United 6–0 Carlisle United |
(12 March 2011)
|Biggest away win|| Oldham Athletic 0–6 Southampton |
(11 January 2011)
|Highest scoring|| Peterborough United 5–4 Swindon Town |
(16 October 2010)
|Longest winning run||8 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||25 games|
|Longest winless run||18 games|
|Longest losing run||9 games|
|Highest attendance||31,653 |
Southampton 3–1 Walsall
(7 May 2011)
Dagenham & Redbridge 4–1 Brentford
(1 February 2011)
The 2010–11 Football League One (known as Npower League One for sponsorship reasons) is the seventh season of the league under its current title and nineteenth season under its current league division format. It started on 7 August 2010.
Promoted to Championship
Relegated to League Two
Relegated from Championship
Promoted from League Two
Npower will be the Football League's new sponsor after Coca-Cola's contract ran out and was not renewed. The "Player of the Month" and "Manager of the Month" awards will now been known as the "Npower Player of the Month" and the "Npower Manager of the Month" award respectively. Coca-Cola signed a three-year contract to become the Football League's official partner.
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton||Withdean Stadium||8,850|
|Bristol Rovers||Bristol||Memorial Stadium||12,011|
|Carlisle United||Carlisle||Brunton Park Stadium||16,981|
|Charlton Athletic||London||The Valley||27,111|
|Colchester United||Colchester||Colchester Community Stadium||10,064|
|Dagenham & Redbridge||London||Victoria Road||6,078|
|Exeter City||Exeter||St James Park||8,830|
|Hartlepool United||Hartlepool||Victoria Park||8,240|
|Huddersfield Town||Huddersfield||Galpharm Stadium||24,500|
|Leyton Orient||London||Brisbane Road||9,271|
|Milton Keynes Dons||Milton Keynes||Stadium:mk||22,000|
|Notts County||Nottingham||Meadow Lane||21,388|
|Oldham Athletic||Oldham||Boundary Park||10,638|
|Peterborough United||Peterborough||London Road Stadium||15,460|
|Plymouth Argyle||Plymouth||Home Park||19,500|
|Sheffield Wednesday||Sheffield||Hillsborough Stadium||39,812|
|Southampton||Southampton||St Mary's Stadium||32,689|
|Swindon Town||Swindon||County Ground||14,700|
|Tranmere Rovers||Birkenhead||Prenton Park||16,789|
|Walsall||Walsall||The Banks' Stadium||11,300|
|Yeovil Town||Yeovil||Huish Park||9,665|
|Team||Manager||Team captain||Chairman||Kit maker||Sponsor|
|Brentford||Puma||Hertings Fixings (H)|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Erreà||IT First|
|Bristol Rovers||Erreà||Smart Computers (H)|
Johnson's Stalbridge Linen Services (A)
|Carlisle United||Le Coq Sportif||Eddie Stobart Transport|
|Colchester United||Puma||Readers Offers Ltd|
|Dagenham & Redbridge||Vandanel||West & Coe|
|Hartlepool United||Nike||Dove Energy|
|Huddersfield Town||Mitre|| Kirklees College (H)|
|Milton Keynes Dons||ISC||Double Tree by Hilton|
|Notts County||Nike||Lorien Connect (H)|
Vision Express (A)
|Peterborough United||adidas||MRI Overseas Property|
|Sheffield Wednesday||Puma||Sheffield Children's Hospital|
|Swindon Town||adidas|| fourfourtwo.com (H)|
FIFA 11/Samsung (A)
|Yeovil Town||Vandanel||Jones's Building Contractors|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Incoming manager||Date of appointment||Position in table|
|Milton Keynes Dons||Resigned||16 April 2010||10 May 2010||Pre-season|
|Plymouth Argyle||Became head coach||6 May 2010||24 June 2010||Pre-season|
|Notts County||End of contract||27 May 2010||4 June 2010||Pre-season|
|Southampton||Sacked||30 August 2010||12 September 2010||21st|
|Notts County||Sacked||24 October 2010||28 October 2010||16th|
|Bristol Rovers||Sacked||15 December 2010||10 January 2011||21st|
|Walsall||Sacked||4 January 2011||21 January 2011||24th|
|Charlton Athletic||Sacked||4 January 2011||14 January 2011||5th|
|Peterborough United||Mutual consent||10 January 2011||12 January 2011||7th|
|Bournemouth||Signed by Burnley||16 January 2011||28 January 2011||4th|
|Sheffield Wednesday||Sacked||3 February 2011||4 February 2011||12th|
|Brentford||Sacked||3 February 2011||1 March 2011||19th|
|Swindon Town||Resigned||2 March 2011||3 March 2011||22nd|
|Notts County||Mutual consent||3 March 2011||11 April 2011||19th|
|Bristol Rovers||Sacked||7 March 2011||30 May 2011||23rd|
|Swindon Town||Sacked||28 April 2011||28 April 2011||24th|
|Club||New Owner||Previous Owner||Date|
|Charlton Athletic||CAFC Holdings Ltd||Richard Murray||31 December 2010|
|Sheffield Wednesday||Milan Mandaric||Various board members||31 December 2010|
A total of 24 teams contest the division, including 17 sides remaining in the division from last season, three relegated from the Championship, and four promoted from League Two.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Brighton & Hove Albion (C, P)||46||28||11||7||85||40||+45||95||Promotion to Football League Championship|
|3||Huddersfield Town||46||25||12||9||77||48||+29||87||Qualification for League One play-offs|
|4||Peterborough United (O, P)||46||23||10||13||106||75||+31||79|
|5||Milton Keynes Dons||46||23||8||15||67||60||+7||77|
|21||Dagenham & Redbridge (R)||46||12||11||23||52||70||−18||47||Relegation to Football League Two|
|22||Bristol Rovers (R)||46||11||12||23||48||82||−34||45|
|23||Plymouth Argyle (R)||46||15||7||24||51||74||−23||42|
|24||Swindon Town (R)||46||9||14||23||50||72||−22||41|
|3||Huddersfield Town (p)||1||3||4 (4)|
|6||AFC Bournemouth||1||3||4 (2)|
|5||Milton Keynes Dons||3||0||3|
| McDermott ||Report|| Kilbane |
|Huddersfield Town||3–3 |
| Peltier |
|Report|| Lovell |
| Novak |
|4–2|| Symes |
Huddersfield Town 4–4 Bournemouth on aggregate. Huddersfield Town won 4–2 on penalties.
|Milton Keynes Dons||3–2||Peterborough United|
| Powell |
|Report|| Mackail-Smith |
|Peterborough United||2–0||Milton Keynes Dons|
| McCann |
Peterborough United won 4–3 on aggregate.
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Notes|
|August||Sheffield Wednesday||Sheffield Wednesday|
|September||Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|November||Charlton Athletic||Charlton Athletic|
|December||Hartlepool United||Hartlepool United|
|February||Peterborough United||Peterborough United|
|March||Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton & Hove Albion|
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The 2010–11 Football League was the 112th completed season of the Football League. It began in August 2010 and concluded in May 2011, with the promotion play-off finals.
Notts County are the oldest club in the Football League and the 2010–11 season was their 122nd year in The Football League. After a successful season in League Two, the club gained promotion to League One following a win against Morecambe on 17 April 2010 and were crowned as League Two champions after a 5–0 win at already relegated Darlington ten days later. Manager Steve Cotterill left the club at the end of the season, and was replaced by Craig Short. Short was sacked on 26 October 2010, and replaced by Paul Ince. Ince left the club on April 2011, and was replaced by Martin Allen.
Plymouth Argyle Football Club is an English association football club based in Plymouth, Devon. The 2010–11 season is their 108th as a professional club, their 86th as a member of the Football League and 39th in the third tier of the English football league system. The club's 23rd-place finish in the 2009–10 Championship season means they are competing in League One for the first time since 2004, when they were promoted as champions. It officially began on 1 July 2010 and ends on 30 June 2011, with competitive fixtures taking place between August and May.
The 2010–11 season was Brighton & Hove Albion's fourth consecutive season in the League One. It was their last season at the Withdean Stadium before moving to Falmer Stadium. Brighton won League One in this season, gaining promotion to the Football League Championship for the 2011–12 season.
The 2010–11 AFC Bournemouth season is the club's first season back in Football League One after a two-year absence. During the 2010–11 English football season, Bournemouth will participate in League One, the Johnstones Paint Trophy, the FA Cup, and the Football League Cup. Bournemouth were eliminated from the League Cup and the Johnstones Paint Trophy in the First Round and the FA Cup in the Second Round
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The 2011–12 season was the 14th consecutive season in the third tier of the English football league system played by Oldham Athletic Association Football Club, a professional association football club based in Oldham, Greater Manchester, England.
The 2010–11 season was Exeter's second season in League One, since their promotion the conference in 2009, and their 46th season in the third tier of English football. It was Paul Tisdale's fifth full season in charge at the club.
The 2010–11 season was the 110th season of competitive association football and the 84th season in the Football League played by Tranmere Rovers Football Club, a professional football club based in Birkenhead, Wirral.
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The 2011–12 Football League One was the eighth season of the league under its current title and nineteenth season under its current league division format.
The 2012–13 Football League Two was the ninth season of the league under its current title and twentieth season under its current league division format. It started on 18 August 2012 and finished on 27 April 2013 with all matches that day kicking off simultaneously.
The 2020–21 EFL League One is the 17th season of Football League One under its current title and the 29th season under its current league division format.