|Promoted|| Portsmouth |
|Relegated|| Hartlepool United |
|Goals scored||1,490 (2.68 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| John Akinde |
(26 goals each)
|Biggest home win|| Stevenage 6–1 Hartlepool |
Yeovil 5–0 Crawley
Crewe 5–0 Grimsby
Accrington 5–0 Leyton Orient
Plymouth 6–1 Newport County
Portsmouth 6–1 Cheltenham
|Biggest away win||Hartlepool 0–5 Cambridge|
|Longest winning run||7 matches|
|Longest unbeaten run||15 matches|
|Longest winless run||13 matches|
|Longest losing run||10 matches|
|Highest attendance||Portsmouth 1–1 Plymouth Argyle (18,644)|
2017–18 →All statistics correct as of 28 May 2017.
The 2016–17 EFL League Two (referred to as the Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons) is the 13th season of the Football League Two under its current title and the 24th season under its current league division format. The fixtures were announced on 22 June 2016.
Promoted from National League
Relegated from League One
Promoted to League One
Relegated to National League
|Accrington Stanley||Accrington||Crown Ground||5,057|
|Barnet||London (Edgware)||The Hive Stadium||6,418|
|Cambridge United||Cambridge||Abbey Stadium||8,127|
|Carlisle United||Carlisle||Brunton Park||17,149|
|Cheltenham Town||Cheltenham||Whaddon Road||7,066|
|Colchester United||Colchester||Colchester Community Stadium||10,105|
|Crawley Town||Crawley||Broadfield Stadium||5,996|
|Crewe Alexandra||Crewe||Gresty Road||10,180|
|Doncaster Rovers||Doncaster||Keepmoat Stadium||15,231|
|Exeter City||Exeter||St James Park||8,830|
|Grimsby Town||Cleethorpes||Blundell Park||9,052|
|Hartlepool United||Hartlepool||Victoria Park||7,833|
|Leyton Orient||London (Leyton)||Brisbane Road||9,271|
|Luton Town||Luton||Kenilworth Road||10,226|
|Mansfield Town||Mansfield||Field Mill||9,846|
|Newport County||Newport||Rodney Parade||7,850|
|Notts County||Nottingham||Meadow Lane||19,588|
|Plymouth Argyle||Plymouth||Home Park||17,441|
|Wycombe Wanderers||High Wycombe||Adams Park||10,300|
|Yeovil Town||Yeovil||Huish Park||9,665|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Blackpool||Sacked||18 May 2016||Pre-season||1 June 2016|
|Leyton Orient||26 September 2016||14th||2 October 2016|
|Newport County||28 September 2016||24th||10 October 2016|
|Grimsby Town||Hired by Shrewsbury Town||24 October 2016||8th||7 November 2016|
|Mansfield Town||Resigned||14 November 2016||18th||16 November 2016|
|Leyton Orient||Sacked||23 November 2016||22nd||23 November 2016|
|Barnet||Hired by Eastleigh||1 December 2016||8th||15 February 2017|
|Notts County||Sacked||2 January 2017||22nd||12 January 2017|
|Crewe Alexandra||8 January 2017||18th||8 January 2017|
|Hartlepool United||Mutual consent||15 January 2017||19th||18 January 2017|
|Leyton Orient||Hired by the Football Association||29 January 2017||23rd||29 January 2017|
|Newport County||Sacked||9 March 2017||24th||9 May 2017|
|Leyton Orient||Resigned||30 March 2017||24th||10 July 2017|
|Grimsby Town||Sacked||10 April 2017||14th||12 April 2017|
|Barnet||15 April 2017||16th||19 May 2017|
|Hartlepool United||24 April 2017||23rd||26 May 2017|
|Crawley Town||Mutual consent||4 May 2017||21st||23 May 2017|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Portsmouth (C, P)||46||26||9||11||79||40||+39||87||Promotion to EFL League One|
|2||Plymouth Argyle (P)||46||26||9||11||71||46||+25||87|
|3||Doncaster Rovers (P)||46||25||10||11||85||55||+30||85|
|4||Luton Town||46||20||17||9||70||43||+27||77||Qualification for League Two play-offs|
|7||Blackpool (O, P)||46||18||16||12||69||46||+23||70|
|23||Hartlepool United (R)||46||11||13||22||54||75||−21||46||Relegation to the National League|
|24||Leyton Orient (R)||46||10||6||30||47||87||−40||36|
Source: BBC Sport
Correct as of 28 May 2017
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Reference|
|September||Plymouth Argyle||Notts County|
|October||Carlisle United||Carlisle United|
|November||Wycombe Wanderers||Grimsby Town|
|December||Colchester United||Wycombe Wanderers|
|January||Doncaster Rovers||Exeter City|
|March||Accrington Stanley||Accrington Stanley|
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