|Promoted|| Swindon Town |
|Top goalscorer||Eoin Doyle (25 goals)|
|Biggest home win|| Mansfield Town 6–1 Oldham Athletic |
(12 October 2019)
|Biggest away win|| Crawley Town 0–4 Swindon Town |
(26 October 2019)
Mansfield Town 0–4 Cambridge United
(17 September 2019)
Cambridge United 0–4 Stevenage
(18 January 2020)
|Longest unbeaten run||15 matches |
|Longest winless run||10 matches|
Plymouth Argyle 1–2 Swindon Town
(1 January 2020)
The 2019–20 EFL League Two (referred to as the Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons) was the 16th season of Football League Two under its current title and the 28th season under its current league division format. On 13 March 2020, the EFL, alongside the FA announced the suspension of all domestic football until 3 April due to the rapidly developing COVID-19 pandemic.On 3 April 2020, this suspension was extended indefinitely.
On 15 May 2020, the clubs voted to end the season with immediate effect with the final table being determined on a points-per-game basis. No decision was made as to promotion and relegation. The play-offs would be played as normal. The decision meant Swindon Town would be crowned champions and would be joined by Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle in League One the following season.
The following teams have changed division since the 2018–19 season.
To League Two
Promoted from National League
Relegated from League One
From League Two
Promoted to League One
Relegated to National League
|Bradford City||Bradford||Valley Parade||25,136|
|Cambridge United||Cambridge||Abbey Stadium||8,127|
|Carlisle United||Carlisle||Brunton Park||18,202|
|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|
|Exeter City||Exeter||St. James Park||8,696|
|Forest Green Rovers||Nailsworth||The New Lawn||5,147|
|Grimsby Town||Cleethorpes||Blundell Park||9,052|
|Leyton Orient||London (Leyton)||Brisbane Road||9,271|
|Macclesfield Town||Macclesfield||Moss Rose||6,355|
|Mansfield Town||Mansfield||Field Mill||10,000|
|Newport County||Newport||Rodney Parade||7,850|
|Northampton Town||Northampton||Sixfields Stadium||7,653|
|Oldham Athletic||Oldham||Boundary Park||13,512|
|Plymouth Argyle||Plymouth||Home Park||18,600|
|Port Vale||Burslem||Vale Park||19,052|
|Salford City||Salford||Moor Lane||5,108|
|Scunthorpe United||Scunthorpe||Glanford Park||9,088|
|Swindon Town||Swindon||County Ground||15,728|
|Bradford City||Stuart McCall||James Vaughan||Avec Sport||JCT600|
|Cambridge United||Mark Bonner||Greg Taylor||Hummel||Mick George|
|Carlisle United||Chris Beech||Adam Collin||Erreà||Edinburgh Woollen Mill|
|Cheltenham Town||Michael Duff||Ben Tozer||Erreà||Mira Showers|
|Colchester United||John McGreal||Luke Prosser||Macron||Texo Scaffolding (Home)|
JobServe (Away / Third)
|Crawley Town||John Yems||Jimmy Smith||Erreà||The People's Pension|
|Crewe Alexandra||David Artell||Perry Ng||FBT||Mornflake|
|Exeter City||Matt Taylor||Jake Taylor||Joma||Flybe|
|Forest Green Rovers||Mark Cooper||Joseph Mills||PlayerLayer||Ecotricity|
|Grimsby Town||Ian Holloway||James McKeown||Erreà||Young's Seafood|
|Leyton Orient||Ross Embleton||Josh Coulson||New Balance||The Sun Dream Team|
|Macclesfield Town||Mark Kennedy||Fiacre Kelleher||Nike||Paddy Power (unbranded)|
|Mansfield Town||Graham Coughlan||Krystian Pearce||Surridge||One Call|
|Morecambe||Derek Adams||Barry Roche||Macron||Annapurna Recruitment|
|Newport County||Michael Flynn||Joss Labadie||FBT||Paddy Power (unbranded)|
|Northampton Town||Keith Curle||Charlie Goode||Nike||University of Northampton|
|Oldham Athletic||Dino Maamria||Mohamed Maouche||Hummel||Wakelet|
|Plymouth Argyle||Ryan Lowe||Gary Sawyer||Puma||Ginsters|
|Port Vale||John Askey||Leon Legge||Erreà||Synectics Solutions|
|Salford City||Graham Alexander||Liam Hogan||Kappa||Soccer Saturday Super 6|
|Scunthorpe United||Russ Wilcox||Andy Butler||FBT||Utilita Energy|
|Stevenage||Alex Revell||Scott Cuthbert||Macron||Burger King|
|Swindon Town||Richie Wellens||Dion Conroy||Puma||Imagine Cruising ( home / away)|
Darby Rimmer MND Foundation (Third)
|Walsall||Darrell Clarke||James Clarke||Erreà||HomeServe|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Walsall||Martin O'Connor||End of caretaker spell||4 May 2019||Pre-season||Darrell Clarke||10 May 2019|
|Scunthorpe United||Andy Dawson||Paul Hurst||13 May 2019|
|Plymouth Argyle||Kevin Nancekivell||Ryan Lowe||5 June 2019|
|Oldham Athletic||Pete Wild||Resigned||Laurent Banide||11 June 2019|
|Mansfield Town||David Flitcroft||Sacked||14 May 2019||John Dempster||14 May 2019|
|Leyton Orient||Justin Edinburgh||Deceased||8 June 2019||Carl Fletcher||16 October 2019|
|Macclesfield Town||Sol Campbell||Mutual consent||15 August 2019||8th||Daryl McMahon||19 August 2019|
|Stevenage||Dino Maamria||Sacked||9 September 2019||23rd||Graham Westley||15 December 2019|
|Oldham Athletic||Laurent Banide||19 September 2019||21st||Dino Maamria||19 September 2019|
|Morecambe||Jim Bentley||Signed by AFC Fylde||28 October 2019||24th||Derek Adams||7 November 2019|
|Carlisle United||Steven Pressley||Sacked||13 November 2019||19th||Chris Beech||26 November 2019|
|Leyton Orient||Carl Fletcher||14 November 2019||16th||Ross Embleton||7 January 2020|
|Grimsby Town||Michael Jolley||Mutual consent||15 November 2019||18th||Ian Holloway||31 December 2019|
|Crawley Town||Gabriele Cioffi||Sacked||2 December 2019||17th||John Yems||5 December 2019|
|Mansfield Town||John Dempster||14 December 2019||18th||Graham Coughlan||17 December 2019|
|Macclesfield Town||Daryl McMahon||Resigned||2 January 2020||22nd||Mark Kennedy||16 January 2020|
|Cambridge United||Colin Calderwood||Sacked||29 January 2020||16th||Mark Bonner||9 March 2020|
|Scunthorpe United||Paul Hurst||29 January 2020||19th||Russ Wilcox||12 February 2020|
|Bradford City||Gary Bowyer||3 February 2020||8th||Stuart McCall||4 February 2020|
|Stevenage||Graham Westley||16 February 2020||24th||Alex Revell||16 February 2020|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||PPG||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Swindon Town (C, P)||36||21||6||9||62||39||+23||69||1.92||Promotion to EFL League One|
|2||Crewe Alexandra (P)||37||20||9||8||67||43||+24||69||1.86|
|3||Plymouth Argyle (P)||37||20||8||9||61||39||+22||68||1.84|
|4||Cheltenham Town||36||17||13||6||52||27||+25||64||1.78||Qualification for League Two play-offs|
|7||Northampton Town (O, P)||37||17||7||13||54||40||+14||58||1.57|
|10||Forest Green Rovers||36||13||10||13||43||40||+3||49||1.36|
|23||Stevenage||36||3||13||20||24||50||−26||22||0.61||Reprieved from relegation|
|24||Macclesfield Town (R)||37||7||15||15||32||47||−15||19||0.51||Relegation to the National League|
|1||Eoin Doyle||Swindon Town||25|
|2||Nicky Maynard||Mansfield Town||14|
|3||Ryan Bowman||Exeter City||13|
|Ollie Palmer||Crawley Town|
|Jerry Yates||Swindon Town|
|6||Bez Lubala||Crawley Town||12|
|Chris Porter||Crewe Alexandra|
|8||Theo Robinson||Colchester United||11|
|Danny Rose||Mansfield Town|
|James Vaughan||Bradford City|
|11||Antoni Sarcevic||Plymouth Argyle||10|
|Kevin van Veen||Scunthorpe United|
|Nicky Maynard||Mansfield Town||Oldham Athletic||6–1 (H)||12 October 2019|
|Eoin Doyle||Swindon Town||Crawley Town||4–0 (A)||26 October 2019|
|Keshi Anderson||Swindon Town||Cambridge United||4–0 (H)||26 December 2019|
|Nicky Maynard||Mansfield Town||Cambridge United||3–2 (A)||1 January 2020|
The English Football League Two is the third and lowest division of the English Football League (EFL) and fourth-highest division overall in the English football league system.
The 2015–16 Football League Two was the 12th season of the Football League Two under its current title and the 24th season under its current league division format. The season began on 8 August 2015 and concluded on 7 May 2016.
The 2015–16 Football League was the 117th season of The Football League. It began on 7 August 2015 and concluded on 30 May 2016, with the League Two play-off final at Wembley Stadium. The Football League was contested through three Divisions; Championship, League One and League Two. The winners of the Championship, Burnley and runner-up Middlesbrough were automatically promoted to the Premier League and on 28 May 2016 were joined by the winner of the Championship play-off, Hull City. The bottom two teams in League Two, Dagenham & Redbridge and York City, were relegated to the National League.
The 2016–17 EFL League Two 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.
The 2017–18 EFL League One was the 14th season of the Football League One under its current title, and the 25th season under its current league division format.
The 2018–19 season is the 120th season of the English Football League (EFL) and the third season under that name after it was renamed from The Football League in 2016. It began on 3 August 2018 and concluded on 5 May 2019, with the promotion play-off finals at Wembley Stadium on 25–27 May 2019. For the sixth season running, the league is sponsored by Sky Betting & Gaming and is therefore known as the Sky Bet EFL.
The 2019–20 season was the 140th season of competitive association football in England.
The 2019–20 season is Grimsby Town's 142nd season of existence and their fourth consecutive season in League Two. Along with competing in League Two, the club will also participate in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy.
The 2019–20 season was Scunthorpe United's 121st season in their existence and their first season back in League Two following relegation the previous season. Along with competing in League Two, the club also participated in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy. The season covered the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom the season was stopped.
The 2019–20 season was Morecambe's 96th season since formation and their 13th consecutive season in League Two, the fourth tier of English football. They finished 22nd in League Two, and also competed in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy, where they were eliminated in the first round, second round and group stage respectively.
The 2019–20 season was Plymouth Argyle's first season back in EFL League Two following relegation the season before and their 134th year in existence. Along with competing in League Two, the club will also participate in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy. The season covers the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
The 2019–20 season was Oldham Athletic's 125th season in their history and second consecutive season in the English football's fourth tier. Along with competing in League Two, the club also participated in the FA Cup, EFL Cup, and EFL Trophy.
The 2019–20 season was Stevenage's sixth consecutive season in League Two and their 44th year in existence. Along with competing in League Two, the club participated in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy.
The 2019–20 season was the 123rd season in the history of Mansfield Town and their seventh consecutive season in the League Two. Along with League Two, the club also participated in the FA Cup, EFL Cup, and EFL Trophy.
The 2019–20 season is the 121st season of the English Football League (EFL) and the fourth season under that name after it was renamed from The Football League in 2016. For the seventh season running, the league is sponsored by Sky Betting & Gaming and is therefore known as the Sky Bet EFL.
The 2019–20 season was Crawley Town's 124th season in their history and their fifth consecutive season in League Two. The club finished 13th in League Two, whilst they also competed in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy, where they were eliminated in the Second round, Fourth round and Group stage respectively. The season covered the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
The 2019–20 season was Macclesfield Town's second consecutive season in League Two after gaining promotion two seasons previously.
The 2019–20 season is the 121st season in the history of Leyton Orient Football Club, their 102nd in the Football League, and the first back in League Two for three years following promotion last season.
The 2019–20 EFL Trophy, known as the Leasing.com Trophy for sponsorship reasons, was the 36th season in the history of the competition, a knock-out tournament for English football clubs in League One and League Two of the English football system, and also including 16 Premier League and Championship "Academy teams" with Category One status. Due to their financial crisis, Bury were expelled from the EFL and automatically eliminated from the competition as well.
The 2020–21 EFL League Two is the 17th season of Football League Two under its current title and the 29th season under its current league division format.