2018–19 EFL League One

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EFL League One
Season 2018–19
Dates4 August 2018 – 4 May 2019
Champions Luton Town (2nd divisional title).
Promoted Luton Town
Barnsley
Charlton Athletic
Relegated Plymouth Argyle
Walsall
Scunthorpe United
Bradford City
Matches played552
Goals scored1,462 (2.65 per match)
Top goalscorer James Collins
(25 goals)
Biggest home win Doncaster Rovers 5–0 Rochdale
(1 January 2019)
Biggest away win Scunthorpe United 0–5 Fleetwood Town
(22 August 2018)
Highest scoring Sunderland 4–5 Coventry City
(13 April 2019)
Longest winning run7 matches [1]
Luton
Portsmouth
Longest unbeaten run28 matches [1]
Luton
Longest winless run15 matches [1]
Southend United
Longest losing run8 matches [1]
AFC Wimbledon
Highest attendance46,039
Sunderland 1–0 Bradford City
(26 December 2018) [1]
Lowest attendance1,732
Accrington Stanley 2–1 AFC Wimbledon
(22 September 2018) [1]
Total attendance4,812,867 [1]
Average attendance8,184 [1]
2019–20

The 2018–19 EFL League One (referred to as the Sky Bet League One for sponsorship reasons) was the 15th season of the Football League One under its current title and the 26th season under its current league division format. Fixtures were released on 21 June 2018 and the opening round of matches was played on 4 August 2018. [2] [3] The league season ended on 4 May 2019. [4] [5]

Contents

The summer transfer window closed five days after the start of the season, on 9 August 2018, following a vote by all 72 clubs in the Football League. However, clubs were able to make loan signings until 31 August. [6]

Team changes

The following teams have changed division since the 2017–18 season:

To League One

Promoted from League Two

Relegated from Championship

From League One

Promoted to Championship

Relegated to League Two

Teams

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity [7]
Accrington Stanley Accrington Crown Ground 5,057
AFC Wimbledon London (Kingston upon Thames) Kingsmeadow 4,850
Barnsley Barnsley Oakwell 23,009
Blackpool Blackpool Bloomfield Road 17,338
Bradford City Bradford Valley Parade 25,136
Bristol Rovers Bristol Memorial Stadium 12,300
Burton Albion Burton upon Trent Pirelli Stadium 6,912
Charlton Athletic London (Charlton) The Valley 27,111
Coventry City Coventry Ricoh Arena 32,609
Doncaster Rovers Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium 15,231
Fleetwood Town Fleetwood Highbury Stadium 5,311
Gillingham Gillingham Priestfield Stadium 11,582
Luton Town Luton Kenilworth Road 10,336
Oxford United Oxford Kassam Stadium 12,500
Peterborough United Peterborough ABAX Stadium 15,314
Plymouth Argyle Plymouth Home Park 12,500*
Portsmouth Portsmouth Fratton Park 21,100
Rochdale Rochdale Spotland Stadium 10,500
Scunthorpe United Scunthorpe Glanford Park 9,088
Shrewsbury Town Shrewsbury New Meadow 9,875
Southend United Southend-on-Sea Roots Hall 12,392
Sunderland Sunderland Stadium of Light 48,707
Walsall Walsall Bescot Stadium 11,300
Wycombe Wanderers High Wycombe Adams Park 10,137

*reduced for that season as club work on ground

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManager1CaptainKit manufacturerSponsor
Accrington Stanley Flag of England.svg John Coleman Flag of Ireland.svg Seamus Conneely Adidas Wham
AFC Wimbledon Flag of England.svg Wally Downes Flag of Nigeria.svg Deji Oshilaja Puma Sports Interactive
Barnsley Flag of Germany.svg Daniel Stendel Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Adam Davies [8] Puma C.K. Beckett [9]
Blackpool Flag of England.svg Terry McPhillips Flag of England.svg Andy Taylor Erreà BetSid
Bradford City Flag of England.svg Gary Bowyer Flag of England.svg Josh Wright Avec Sport JCT600
Bristol Rovers Flag of Ireland.svg Graham Coughlan Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Tom Lockyer Macron Football INDEX [10]
Burton Albion Flag of England.svg Nigel Clough Flag of England.svg Jake Buxton TAGPrestec UK Ltd [11]
Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Lee Bowyer Flag of England.svg Chris Solly Hummel BETDAQ
Coventry City Flag of England.svg Mark Robins Flag of Ireland.svg Michael Doyle Nike Midrepro
Doncaster Rovers Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann Flag of England.svg James Coppinger FBT LNER
Fleetwood Town Flag of England.svg Joey Barton Flag of England.svg Nathan Pond Hummel BES Utilities
Gillingham Flag of England.svg Mark Patterson Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Gabriel Zakuani GFC LeisureMedway Council [12]
Luton Town Flag of England.svg Mick Harford Flag of Ireland.svg Alan Sheehan Puma Indigo Residential (Home), Star Platforms (Away), Northern Gas & Power (3rd)
Oxford United Flag of England.svg Karl Robinson Flag of England.svg Curtis Nelson Puma Singha Beer
Peterborough United Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Flag of England.svg Alex Woodyard Nike Mick George
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Kevin Nancekivell Flag of England.svg Gary Sawyer Puma Ginsters
Portsmouth Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kenny Jackett Flag of England.svg Brett Pitman Nike University of Portsmouth
Rochdale Flag of Ireland.svg Brian Barry-Murphy Ulster Banner.svg Callum Camps Erreà Crown Oil Ltd
Scunthorpe United Flag of England.svg Andy Dawson Ulster Banner.svg Rory McArdle FBT British Steel
Shrewsbury Town Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Sam Ricketts Flag of England.svg Mat Sadler Erreà The Energy Check (Home), Shropshire Homes (Away & 3rd)
Southend United Flag of England.svg Kevin Bond Flag of England.svg Mark Oxley Nike Prostate Cancer UK
Sunderland Flag of Scotland.svg Jack Ross Flag of England.svg George Honeyman Adidas BETDAQ
Walsall Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg Martin O'Connor Flag of England.svg Adam Chambers Erreà HomeServe
Wycombe Wanderers Flag of England.svg Gareth Ainsworth Flag of Egypt.svg Adam El-Abd O'Neills Cherry Red Records (Home), [13] Utilita (Away)

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Barnsley Flag of Portugal.svg José Morais Sacked6 May 2018Pre-season Flag of Germany.svg Daniel Stendel 6 June 2018
Bradford City Flag of England.svg Simon Grayson End of contract8 May 2018 Flag of Ireland.svg Michael Collins 18 June 2018
Fleetwood Town Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan 2 June 2018 Flag of England.svg Joey Barton 2 June 2018
Sunderland Flag of Scotland.svg Robbie Stockdale End of caretaker spell25 May 2018 Flag of Scotland.svg Jack Ross 25 May 2018
Shrewsbury Town Flag of England.svg Paul Hurst Signed by Ipswich Town 30 May 2018 Flag of England.svg John Askey 1 June 2018
Doncaster Rovers Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Resigned4 June 2018 Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann 27 June 2018
Blackpool Flag of England.svg Gary Bowyer 6 August 201812th Flag of England.svg Terry McPhillips 6 August 2018
Scunthorpe United Flag of England.svg Nick Daws Sacked24 August 201818th Flag of Scotland.svg Stuart McCall 27 August 2018
Bradford City Flag of Ireland.svg Michael Collins 3 September 201817th Flag of Scotland.svg David Hopkin 4 September 2018
AFC Wimbledon Flag of England.svg Neal Ardley Mutual consent12 November 201823rd Flag of England.svg Wally Downes 4 December 2018
Shrewsbury Town Flag of England.svg John Askey Sacked18th Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Sam Ricketts 3 December 2018
Bristol Rovers Flag of England.svg Darrell Clarke Mutual consent13 December 201821st Flag of Ireland.svg Graham Coughlan 6 January 2019
Luton Town Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Nathan Jones Signed by Stoke City 9 January 20192nd Flag of England.svg Mick Harford 10 January 2019
Peterborough United Flag of Scotland.svg Steve Evans Sacked26 January 20196th Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson 26 January 2019
Bradford City Flag of Scotland.svg David Hopkin Resigned25 February 201923rd Flag of England.svg Gary Bowyer 4 March 2019
Rochdale Flag of England.svg Keith Hill Sacked4 March 201922nd Flag of Ireland.svg Brian Barry-Murphy 4 March 2019
Scunthorpe United Flag of Scotland.svg Stuart McCall 24 March 201918th Flag of England.svg Andy Dawson 24 March 2019
Southend United Flag of England.svg Chris Powell 26 March 201920th Flag of England.svg Kevin Bond 2 April 2019
Walsall Flag of England.svg Dean Keates 6 April 201922nd Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg Martin O'Connor 8 April 2019
Gillingham Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Steve Lovell 26 April 201913th Flag of England.svg Mark Patterson 26 April 2019
Plymouth Argyle Flag of Scotland.svg Derek Adams 28 April 201921st Flag of England.svg Ryan Lowe 05 June 2019

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Luton Town (C, P)46271369042+4894Promotion to the EFL Championship
2 Barnsley (P)46261378039+4191
3 Charlton Athletic (O, P)462610107340+3388Qualification for League One play-offs [lower-alpha 1]
4 Portsmouth 46251388351+3288
5 Sunderland 46221958047+3385
6 Doncaster Rovers 462013137658+1873
7 Peterborough United 462012147162+972
8 Coventry City 461811175454065
9 Burton Albion 461712176657+963
10 Blackpool 461517145052262
11 Fleetwood Town 461613175852+661
12 Oxford United 461515165864660
13 Gillingham 4615102161721155
14 Accrington Stanley 4614131951671655
15 Bristol Rovers 461315184750354
16 Rochdale 461592254873354
17 Wycombe Wanderers 4614112155671253
18 Shrewsbury Town 461216185159852
19 Southend United 461482455681350
20 AFC Wimbledon 4613112242632150
21 Plymouth Argyle (R)4613112256802450Relegation to EFL League Two
22 Walsall (R)4612112349712247
23 Scunthorpe United (R)4612102453833046
24 Bradford City (R)461182749772841
Source: EFL Official Website
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Head-to-head results [14]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. Four teams play for one spot and promotion to the EFL Championship.

Play-offs

Semi-finals Final
        
3 Charlton Athletic (p) 2 2 4 (4)
6 Doncaster Rovers 1 3 4 (3)
3 Charlton Athletic 2
5 Sunderland 1
4 Portsmouth 0 0 0
5 Sunderland 1 0 1

Results

Home \ Away ACC WIM BAR BLP BRA BRR BRT CHA COV DON FLE GIL LUT OXF PET PLY POR ROC SCU SHR STD SUN WAL WYC
Accrington Stanley 2–10–21–23–10–01–11–10–11–00–10–20–34–20–45–11–10–11–12–11–10–32–11–2
AFC Wimbledon 1–11–40–00–11–10–2 1–2 0–02–00–32–40–22–11–02–11–21–12–31–22–11–21–32–1
Barnsley 2–00–02–13–01–00–02–12–21–14–22–13–24–02–01–11–12–12–02–11–00–01–12–1
Blackpool 1–12–00–13–20–33–02–12–01–12–10–30–00–10–12–21–22–21–00–02–20–12–02–2
Bradford City 3–00–00–21–40–01–00–22–40–10–11–10–12–03–10–00–10–22–04–30–41–24–01–2
Bristol Rovers 1–22–02–14–03–20–00–03–10–42–11–21–20–02–20–01–20–11–21–10–10–20–10–1
Burton Albion 5–23–03–13–01–11–01–21–01–00–12–32–10–01–21–11–21–20–02–11–22–10–03–1
Charlton Athletic 1–0 2–0 2–00–01–03–12–11–22–00–02–03–11–10–12–12–14–04–02–11–11–12–13–2
Coventry City 1–11–11–00–22–00–01–22–12–12–11–11–20–11–11–00–10–11–21–11–01–13–01–0
Doncaster Rovers 1–22–10–02–02–14–12–21–12–00–43–32–12–23–12–00–05–03–00–03–00–13–13–0
Fleetwood Town 1–10–11–33–22–10–01–01–03–03–01–11–22–21–12–02–52–20–12–12–22–10–01–1
Gillingham 0–00–11–40–14–00–13–10–21–11–33–01–31–02–43–12–01–11–00–20–21–40–32–2
Luton Town 4–12–20–02–24–01–02–02–21–14–02–02–23–14–05–13–22–03–23–22–01–12–03–0
Oxford United 2–30–02–22–01–00–23–12–11–22–20–21–01–20–12–02–14–22–13–00–11–11–22–1
Peterborough United 0–11–00–42–21–12–13–10–01–21–11–02–03–12–20–11–22–10–21–22–01–11–14–2
Plymouth Argyle 0–31–00–30–13–32–22–30–22–12–32–13–10–03–01–51–15–13–22–11–10–22–11–1
Portsmouth 1–12–10–00–15–11–12–21–22–11–11–00–21–04–12–33–04–12–01–12–03–12–02–2
Rochdale 1–03–40–42–10–40–00–41–00–12–31–13–00–00–01–41–21–33–12–11–01–21–21–0
Scunthorpe United 2–01–22–20–02–30–10–35–32–11–10–50–20–23–30–21–41–23–31–04–11–11–11–0
Shrewsbury Town 1–00–03–10–00–11–11–10–31–02–00–02–20–32–32–22–00–23–21–12–00–20–02–1
Southend United 3–00–10–31–22–01–23–21–21–22–31–02–00–10–02–32–33–31–22–00–22–13–00–2
Sunderland 2–21–04–21–11–02–11–12–14–52–01–14–21–11–12–22–01–14–13–01–13–02–11–1
Walsall 0–10–10–10–03–21–31–30–22–11–42–02–12–21–33–02–12–31–21–20–01–12–23–2
Wycombe Wanderers 1–31–21–00–00–01–22–10–10–23–21–00–11–10–01–01–02–33–03–23–22–31–11–0
Updated to match(es) played on 4 May 2019. Source: EFL Official Website
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Top scorers

As of 4 May 2019 [15]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Ireland.svg James Collins Luton Town 25
2 Flag of England.svg John Marquis Doncaster Rovers 21
Flag of Montserrat.svg Lyle Taylor Charlton Athletic
Flag of England.svg Tom Eaves Gillingham
5 Flag of England.svg Ian Henderson Rochdale 20
6 Flag of England.svg Freddie Ladapo Plymouth Argyle 18
7 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ched Evans Fleetwood Town 17
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kieffer Moore Barnsley
9 Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Coventry City/Bristol Rovers 16
Flag of England.svg Cauley Woodrow Barnsley
Flag of England.svg Jamal Lowe Portsmouth

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
Flag of England.svg Kieffer Moore Barnsley Rochdale 0–4 (A)21 August 2018 [16]
Flag of England.svg Ian Henderson Rochdale Gillingham 3–0 (H)15 September 2018 [17]
Flag of England.svg Danny Hylton Luton Town Accrington Stanley 4–1 (H)23 October 2018 [18]
Flag of Ireland.svg James Collins Luton Town Plymouth Argyle 5–1 (H)17 November 2018 [19]
Flag of England.svg Ivan Toney Peterborough United Accrington Stanley 0–4 (A)29 December 2018 [20]
Flag of England.svg Marcus Harness Burton Albion Rochdale 0–4 (A)5 January 2019 [21]
Flag of England.svg Andy Cook Walsall Gillingham 0–3 (A)19 January 2019 [22]
Flag of Ireland.svg James Collins Luton Town Peterborough United 4–0 (H)19 January 2019 [23]
Flag of England.svg Fejiri Okenabirhie Shrewsbury Town Bradford City 4–3 (A)29 January 2019 [24]
Flag of Ireland.svg Simon Cox Southend United Portsmouth 3–3 (H)16 February 2019 [25]
Flag of England.svg Joe Pigott AFC Wimbledon Rochdale 3–4 (A)19 February 2019 [26]
Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Bristol Rovers Blackpool 4–0 (H)2 March 2019 [27]
Ulster Banner.svg Gavin Whyte Oxford United Shrewsbury Town 2–3 (A)22 April 2019 [28]
Flag of England.svg Sean McConville Accrington Stanley Plymouth Argyle 5–1 (H)27 April 2019 [29]

Note

(H) = Home; (A) = Away

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