|Champions|| Doncaster Rovers |
(1st divisional title)
|Promoted|| Doncaster Rovers |
|Relegated|| Scunthorpe United |
|Goals scored||1,367 (2.48 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Paddy Madden |
|Biggest home win|| Preston North End 5–0 Hartlepool United |
Swindon Town 5–0 Portsmouth
Swindon Town 5–0 Tranmere Rovers
|Biggest away win||Hartlepool United 0–5 Coventry City|
|Highest scoring||8 goals|
Sheffield United 5–3 Bournemouth
|Longest winning run||8 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||16 games|
|Longest winless run||22 games|
|Longest losing run||9 games|
Colchester United, Portsmouth
Sheffield United v Brentford
(16 April 2013)
Bury v Stevenage
(19 March 2013)
The 2012–13 Football League One (referred to as the Npower Football League One for sponsorship reasons) was the ninth season of the league under its current title and twenty-first season under its current league division format. The season began on 18 August 2012 and ended on 27 April 2013.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Doncaster Rovers (C, P)||46||25||9||12||62||44||+18||84||Promotion to Football League Championship|
|3||Brentford||46||21||16||9||62||47||+15||79||Qualification for League One play-offs|
|4||Yeovil Town (O, P)||46||23||8||15||71||56||+15||77|
|8||Milton Keynes Dons||46||19||13||14||62||45||+17||70|
|14||Preston North End||46||14||17||15||54||49||+5||59|
|21||Scunthorpe United (R)||46||13||9||24||49||73||−24||48||Relegation to Football League Two|
|23||Hartlepool United (R)||46||9||14||23||39||67||−28||41|
|3||Brentford (p)||1||3||4 (5)|
|6||Swindon Town||1||3||4 (4)|
|Brentford||Brentford, Greater London||Griffin Park||12,763|
|Carlisle United||Carlisle||Brunton Park||16,981|
|Colchester United||Colchester||Colchester Community Stadium||10,064|
|Coventry City||Coventry||Ricoh Arena||32,609|
|Crawley Town||Crawley||Broadfield Stadium||5,996|
|Crewe Alexandra||Crewe||Alexandra Stadium||10,153|
|Doncaster Rovers||Doncaster||Keepmoat Stadium||15,231|
|Hartlepool United||Hartlepool||Victoria Park||8,240|
|Leyton Orient||Leyton, Greater 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|
|Preston North End||Preston||Deepdale||23,408|
|Scunthorpe United||Scunthorpe||Glanford Park||9,088|
|Sheffield United||Sheffield||Bramall Lane||32,702|
|Shrewsbury Town||Shrewsbury||Greenhous Meadow||9,875|
|Swindon Town||Swindon||County Ground||15,728|
|Tranmere Rovers||Birkenhead||Prenton Park||16,789|
|Yeovil Town||Yeovil||Huish Park||9,565|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Manager1||Team captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Bournemouth||Eddie Howe||Miles Addison||Fila||Energy Consulting|
|Brentford||Uwe Rösler||Kevin O'Connor||Puma||SkyeX|
|Bury||Kevin Blackwell||Steven Schumacher||Surridge||Bury Council|
|Carlisle United||Greg Abbott||Lee Miller||Fila||Eddie Stobart Transport|
|Colchester United||Joe Dunne||Kemal Izzet||Puma||Sponsors on a match-by-match basis (H)|
|Coventry City||Steven Pressley||Carl Baker||Puma||City Link|
|Crawley Town||Richie Barker||Josh Simpson||Puma||Global Freight Solutions|
|Crewe Alexandra||Steve Davis||Luke Murphy||Carbrini||Mornflake Oats|
|Doncaster Rovers||Paul Dickov||Rob Jones||Nike||One Call Insurance|
|Hartlepool United||Colin Cooper||Sam Collins||Nike||Dove Energy|
|Leyton Orient||Russell Slade||Nathan Clarke||Nike|| Samsung (H)|
FIFA 13 (A)
|Milton Keynes Dons||Karl Robinson||Dean Lewington||Vandanel||Case Security|
|Notts County||Chris Kiwomya||Neal Bishop||Fila|| 3663 (H)|
Vision Express (A & 3rd)
|Oldham Athletic||Lee Johnson||Dean Furman||Fila||Carbrini|
|Portsmouth||Guy Whittingham||Johnny Ertl||Kappa||Jobsite|
|Preston North End||Simon Grayson||John Mousinho||Puma|| Magners (H)|
Tennent's Lager (A)
|Scunthorpe United||Brian Laws||Paul Reid||Nike||Rainham Steel|
|Sheffield United||David Weir||Michael Doyle||Macron|| Westfield Health (H)|
Redtooth (A & 3rd)
|Shrewsbury Town||Graham Turner||Matt Richards||Joma||Greenhous|
|Stevenage||Graham Westley||Mark Roberts||Puma||Stapleton's Tyres|
|Swindon Town||Kevin MacDonald||Alan McCormack||Adidas|| Samsung (H)|
FIFA 13 (A)
|Tranmere Rovers||Ronnie Moore||James Wallace||Fila||Wirral|
|Walsall||Dean Smith||Andy Butler||Diadora||SR Timber Merchants|
|Yeovil Town||Gary Johnson||Jamie McAllister||Vandanel||W+S Recycling|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Bournemouth||Lee Bradbury||Sacked||25 March 2012||Pre-season||Paul Groves||11 May 2012|
|Crawley Town||Steve Evans||Signed by Rotherham United||9 April 2012||Pre-season||Sean O'Driscoll||16 May 2012|
|Crawley Town||Sean O'Driscoll||Signed by Nottingham Forest||19 July 2012||Pre-season||Richie Barker||7 August 2012|
|Bury||Richie Barker||Signed by Crawley Town||7 August 2012||Pre-season||Kevin Blackwell||26 September 2012|
|Coventry City||Andy Thorn||Sacked||26 August 2012||14th||Mark Robins||19 September 2012|
|Colchester United||John Ward||Sacked||24 September 2012||22nd||Joe Dunne||27 September 2012|
|Bournemouth||Paul Groves||Sacked||3 October 2012||20th||Eddie Howe||12 October 2012|
|Hartlepool United||Neale Cooper||Resigned||24 October 2012||24th||John Hughes||14 November 2012|
|Scunthorpe United||Alan Knill||Sacked||29 October 2012||22nd||Brian Laws||30 October 2012|
|Portsmouth||Michael Appleton||Signed by Blackpool||7 November 2012||17th||Guy Whittingham||24 April 2013|
|Doncaster Rovers||Dean Saunders||Signed by Wolverhampton Wanderers||6 January 2013||2nd||Brian Flynn||17 January 2013|
|Oldham Athletic||Paul Dickov||Resigned||3 February 2013||20th||Lee Johnson||18 March 2013|
|Notts County||Keith Curle||Sacked||3 February 2013||10th||Chris Kiwomya||23 February 2013|
|Preston North End||Graham Westley||Sacked||13 February 2013||17th||Simon Grayson||18 February 2013|
|Coventry City||Mark Robins||Signed by Huddersfield Town||14 February 2013||8th||Steven Pressley||8 March 2013|
|Swindon Town||Paolo Di Canio||Resigned||18 February 2013||6th||Kevin MacDonald||28 February 2013|
|Stevenage||Gary Smith||Sacked||20 March 2013||15th||Graham Westley||30 March 2013|
|Sheffield United||Danny Wilson||Sacked||10 April 2013||5th||David Weir||10 June 2013|
|Doncaster Rovers||Brian Flynn||Appointed as "Director of Football"||3 May 2013||1st||Paul Dickov||20 May 2013|
|Hartlepool United||John Hughes||Sacked||9 May 2013||24th||Colin Cooper||24 May 2013|
|Andy Robinson||Tranmere Rovers||Carlisle United||0–3||21 August 2012|
|Jake Cassidy||Tranmere Rovers||Colchester United||4–0||1 September 2012|
|Dean Bowditch||Milton Keynes Dons||Bury||1–4||22 September 2012|
|Nicky Wroe||Preston North End||Scunthorpe United||2–3||23 October 2012|
|Dani Lopez||Stevenage||Sheffield United||4–0||16 March 2013|
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Reference|
|August||Ronnie Moore||Tranmere Rovers||Andy Robinson||Tranmere Rovers|
|September||Ronnie Moore||Tranmere Rovers||Jake Cassidy||Tranmere Rovers|
|October||Danny Wilson||Sheffield United||George Long||Sheffield United|
|November||Eddie Howe||Bournemouth||Kevin Lisbie||Leyton Orient|
|December||Mark Robins||Coventry City||David McGoldrick||Coventry City|
|January||Dean Smith||Walsall||Paddy Madden||Yeovil Town|
|February||John Hughes||Hartlepool United||Peter Hartley||Hartlepool United|
|March||Russell Slade||Leyton Orient||Brett Pitman||Bournemouth|
|April||Eddie Howe||Bournemouth||Matt Smith||Oldham Athletic|
|August||Young Player of the Month||Max Clayton||Crewe Alexandra|
|September||Young Player of the Month||George Bowerman||Walsall|
|February||Young Player of the Month||George Long||Sheffield United|
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