|Champions|| Chesterfield |
(3rd divisional title)
|Promoted|| Chesterfield |
|Relegated|| Stockport County |
|Goals scored||1,509 (2.73 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Clayton Donaldson (28)|
|Biggest home win|| Crewe Alexandra 7–0 Barnet |
(21 August 2010)
Crewe Alexandra 8–1 Cheltenham Town
(2 April 2011)
|Biggest away win|| Lincoln City 0–6 Rotherham United |
(25 March 2011)
|Highest scoring|| Accrington Stanley 7–4 Gillingham |
(2 October 2010)
|Longest winning run||6 games |
|Longest unbeaten run||16 games |
|Longest winless run||18 games |
|Longest losing run||5 games |
Bradford City 3–2 Stockport County
(26 February 2011)
Macclesfield Town 1–1 Lincoln City
(15 March 2011)
The 2010–11 Football League Two season, (known as the Npower League Two for sponsorship reasons), was the lowest division of the Football League for that season. It began on 7 August 2010 and concluded on 28 May 2011 with the play-off final.
Promoted to League One
Relegated to Conference National
Relegated from Football League One
Promoted from Conference National
|Accrington Stanley||Accrington||Crown Ground||5,057|
|Aldershot Town||Aldershot||Recreation Ground||7,500|
|Bradford City||Bradford||Valley Parade||25,136|
|Burton Albion||Burton upon Trent||Pirelli Stadium||6,912|
|Cheltenham Town||Cheltenham||Abbey Business Stadium||7,066|
|Crewe Alexandra||Crewe||Alexandra Stadium||10,153|
|Hereford United||Hereford||Edgar Street||5,075|
|Lincoln City||Lincoln||Sincil Bank||10,500|
|Macclesfield Town||Macclesfield||Moss Rose||6,355|
|Northampton Town||Northampton||Sixfields Stadium||7,653|
|Oxford United||Oxford||Kassam Stadium||12,500|
|Port Vale||Stoke-on-Trent||Vale Park||19,052|
|Rotherham United||Sheffield||Don Valley Stadium||25,000|
|Shrewsbury Town||Shrewsbury||Greenhous Meadow||9,875|
|Southend United||Southend-on-Sea||Roots Hall||12,392|
|Stockport County||Stockport||Edgeley Park||10,852|
|Wycombe Wanderers||High Wycombe||Adams Park||10,284|
|Team||Manager||Chairman||Team captain||Kit maker||Sponsor|
|Accrington Stanley||John Coleman||Ilyas Khan||Andrew Procter||Joma||Combined Stabilisation|
|Aldershot Town||Dean Holdsworth||John Leppard||Anthony Charles||Carbrini||EBB Paper|
|Barnet||Giuliano Grazioli (caretaker)||Anthony Kleanthous||Glen Southam||Vandanel||Home-Pulse Fitness, Away-Greenfleets|
|Bradford City||Peter Jackson||Mark Lawn and Julian Rhodes||Simon Ramsden||Surridge||Map Group UK|
|Burton Albion||Paul Peschisolido||Ben Robinson||John McGrath||TAG||Mr Cropper|
|Bury||Richard Barker (caretaker)||Brian Fenton||Steven Schumacher||Surridge||Bury Metropolitan Council|
|Cheltenham Town||Mark Yates||Paul Baker||Michael Pook||Erreà||Mira Showers|
|Chesterfield||John Sheridan||Barrie Hubbard||Mark Allott||Respect||Vodka Kick|
|Crewe Alexandra||Dario Gradi||John Bowler||David Artell||Lotto||Mornflake Cereal|
|Gillingham||Andy Hessenthaler||Paul Scally||Barry Fuller||Vandanel||Automatic Retailing|
|Hereford United||Jamie Pitman||David Keyte||Michael Townsend||Admiral||Cargill|
|Lincoln City||Steve Tilson||Bob Dorrian||Delroy Facey||Umbro||Star Glaze|
|Macclesfield Town||Gary Simpson||Mike Rance||Paul Morgan||adidas||Voi Jeans|
|Morecambe||Sammy McIlroy||Peter McGuigan||Barry Roche||Puma||Bench|
|Northampton Town||Gary Johnson||David Cardoza||Andy Holt||Erreà||Jackson Grundy|
|Oxford United||Chris Wilder||Kelvin Thomas||James Constable||Nike||Bridle Insurance|
|Port Vale||Micky Adams||Bill Bratt||Marc Richards||Vandanel||Harlequin Property|
|Rotherham United||Andy Scott||Tony Stewart||Ryan Cresswell||Carlotti||Parkgate Shopping|
|Shrewsbury Town||Graham Turner||Roland Wycherley||Ian Sharps||Joma||Greenhous|
|Southend United||Paul Sturrock||Ron Martin||Craig Easton||Nike||InsureandGo|
|Stevenage||Graham Westley||Phil Wallace||Mark Roberts||Vandanel||Serverchoice and LCN|
|Stockport County||Ray Mathias||Alwin Thompson||Danny Swailes||Nike||Stockport council|
|Torquay United||Paul Buckle||Simon Baker||Lee Mansell||Vandanel||Sparkworld|
|Wycombe Wanderers||Gary Waddock||Ivor Beeks||Gareth Ainsworth||Joma||Bucks New University|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Incoming manager||Date of appointment||Position in Table|
|Hereford United||Graham Turner||Resigned||16 April 2010||Simon Davey||22 June 2010||Pre-Season|
|Barnet||Ian Hendon||Sacked||28 April 2010||Mark Stimson||1 June 2010||Pre-Season|
|Shrewsbury Town||Paul Simpson||Sacked||30 April 2010||Graham Turner||11 June 2010||Pre-Season|
|Gillingham||Mark Stimson||Mutual consent||10 May 2010||Andy Hessenthaler||22 May 2010||Pre-Season|
|Stockport||Gary Ablett||Sacked||17 June 2010||Paul Simpson||12 July 2010||Pre-Season|
|Lincoln City||Chris Sutton||Resigned||29 September 2010||Steve Tilson||15 October 2010||21st|
|Hereford United||Simon Davey||Sacked||4 October 2010||Jamie Pitman||19 December 2010||24th|
|Port Vale||Micky Adams||Signed by Sheffield United||30 December 2010||Jim Gannon||6 January 2011||2nd|
|Barnet||Mark Stimson||Sacked||1 January 2011||Martin Allen||23 March 2011||23rd|
|Stockport County||Paul Simpson||Sacked||4 January 2011||Ray Mathias||9 March 2011||21st|
|Aldershot Town||Kevin Dillon||Sacked||10 January 2011||Dean Holdsworth||12 January 2011||20th|
|Bradford City||Peter Taylor||Stepped down||26 February 2011||Peter Jackson||28 February 2011||20th|
|Northampton Town||Ian Sampson||Sacked||2 March 2011||Gary Johnson||4 March 2011||16th|
|Port Vale||Jim Gannon||Sacked||21 March 2011||Micky Adams||13 May 2011||8th|
|Rotherham United||Ronnie Moore||Mutual consent||22 March 2011||Andy Scott||13 April 2011||9th|
|Bury||Alan Knill||Signed by Scunthorpe United||31 March 2011||Richard Barker (caretaker)||31 March 2011||9th|
|Barnet||Martin Allen||Signed by Notts County||11 April 2011||Giuliano Grazioli (caretaker)||11 April 2011||23rd|
A total of 24 teams contest the division: 18 sides remaining in the division from last season, four relegated from the League One, and two promoted from Conference National.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Chesterfield (C, P)||46||24||14||8||85||51||+34||86||Promotion to League One|
|3||Wycombe Wanderers (P)||46||22||14||10||69||50||+19||80|
|4||Shrewsbury Town||46||22||13||11||72||49||+23||79||Qualification to League Two play-offs|
|6||Stevenage (O, P)||46||18||15||13||62||45||+17||69|
|23||Lincoln City (R)||46||13||8||25||45||81||−36||47||Relegation to Conference National|
|24||Stockport County (R)||46||9||14||23||48||96||−48||41|
|Torquay United||2–0||Shrewsbury Town|
| Zebroski 29'|
|Shrewsbury Town||0–0||Torquay United|
Torquay United won 2 – 0 on aggregate.
| Long 24'|
Stevenage won 3 – 0 on aggregate.
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month|
|August||Paul Buckle||Torquay United||Adam Le Fondre||Rotherham United|
|September||Micky Adams||Port Vale||Ryan Lowe||Bury|
|October||Alan Knill||Bury||Craig Davies||Chesterfield|
|November||Micky Adams||Port Vale||Mark Wright||Shrewsbury Town|
|December||Andy Hessenthaler||Gillingham||Greg Tansey||Stockport County|
|January||Dario Gradi||Crewe Alexandra||Cody McDonald||Gillingham|
|February||Graham Turner||Shrewsbury Town||Ryan Lowe||Bury|
|March||Dean Holdsworth||Aldershot Town||Craig Davies||Chesterfield|
|April||Richie Barker||Bury||Ryan Lowe||Bury|
The 2009–10 Torquay United F.C. season was Torquay United's 74th season in the Football League and their first season in League Two after being promoted from the Conference National. The season runs from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010.
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.
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The 2010–11 season achieved the highest ever league placing for Accrington Stanley to date when they reached 5th in League Two, beating their previous best of 15th in 2009–10. This took them through to the League Two Play Offs for the first time, where they lost to Stevenage 3–0 on aggregate in the semi final.
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