2019–20 EFL League Two

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EFL League Two
Season 2019–20
Champions Swindon Town
Promoted Swindon Town
Crewe Alexandra
Plymouth Argyle
Northampton Town
Relegated Macclesfield 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 run15 matches
Colchester United
Longest winless run10 matches
Stevenage
Highest attendance15,062
Plymouth Argyle 1–2 Swindon Town
(1 January 2020)
2020–21

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. [1] On 3 April 2020, this suspension was extended indefinitely. [2]

Contents

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. [3]

Team changes

The following teams have changed division since the 2018–19 season.

Stadiums

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
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
Morecambe Morecambe Globe Arena 6,476
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
Stevenage Stevenage Broadhall Way 6,722
Swindon Town Swindon County Ground 15,728
Walsall Walsall Bescot Stadium 11,300

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManagerCaptainKit manufacturerSponsor
Bradford City Flag of Scotland.svg Stuart McCall Flag of England.svg James Vaughan Avec Sport JCT600
Cambridge United Flag of England.svg Mark Bonner Flag of England.svg Greg Taylor Hummel Mick George
Carlisle United Flag of England.svg Chris Beech Flag of England.svg Adam Collin Erreà Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Cheltenham Town Ulster Banner.svg Michael Duff Flag of England.svg Ben Tozer Erreà Mira Showers [4]
Colchester United Flag of England.svg John McGreal Flag of England.svg Luke Prosser Macron Texo Scaffolding (Home)
JobServe (Away / Third)
Crawley Town Flag of England.svg John Yems Flag of England.svg Jimmy Smith Erreà The People's Pension
Crewe Alexandra Flag of Gibraltar.svg David Artell Flag of England.svg Perry Ng FBT Mornflake
Exeter City Flag of England.svg Matt Taylor Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Jake Taylor Joma Flybe
Forest Green Rovers Flag of England.svg Mark Cooper Flag of England.svg Joseph Mills PlayerLayer [5] Ecotricity
Grimsby Town Flag of England.svg Ian Holloway Flag of Ireland.svg James McKeown Erreà Young's Seafood
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Ross Embleton Flag of England.svg Josh Coulson New Balance The Sun Dream Team
Macclesfield Town Flag of Ireland.svg Mark Kennedy Flag of Ireland.svg Fiacre Kelleher Nike Paddy Power (unbranded) [note 1]
Mansfield Town Flag of Ireland.svg Graham Coughlan Flag of Barbados.svg Krystian Pearce Surridge One Call
Morecambe Flag of Scotland.svg Derek Adams Flag of England.svg Barry Roche Macron Annapurna Recruitment [6]
Newport County Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Michael Flynn Flag of England.svg Joss Labadie FBT Paddy Power (unbranded) [note 1]
Northampton Town Flag of England.svg Keith Curle Flag of England.svg Charlie Goode Nike University of Northampton
Oldham Athletic Flag of Tunisia.svg Dino Maamria Flag of France.svg Mohamed Maouche Hummel Wakelet
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Ryan Lowe Flag of England.svg Gary Sawyer Puma Ginsters
Port Vale Flag of England.svg John Askey Flag of England.svg Leon Legge Erreà Synectics Solutions
Salford City Flag of Scotland.svg Graham Alexander Flag of England.svg Liam Hogan Kappa Soccer Saturday Super 6
Scunthorpe United Flag of England.svg Russ Wilcox Flag of England.svg Andy Butler FBT Utilita Energy
Stevenage Flag of England.svg Alex Revell Flag of Scotland.svg Scott Cuthbert Macron Burger King
Swindon Town Flag of England.svg Richie Wellens Flag of England.svg Dion Conroy Puma Imagine Cruising ( home / away)
Darby Rimmer MND Foundation (Third)
Walsall Flag of England.svg Darrell Clarke Flag of England.svg James Clarke Erreà HomeServe
  1. 1 2 The shirts of Macclesfield Town and Newport County do not display Paddy Power's logo as part of the bookmakers "Save Our Shirt" campaign.

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Walsall Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg Martin O'Connor [7] End of caretaker spell4 May 2019Pre-season Flag of England.svg Darrell Clarke [8] 10 May 2019
Scunthorpe United Flag of England.svg Andy Dawson [9] Flag of England.svg Paul Hurst [10] 13 May 2019
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Kevin Nancekivell [9] Flag of England.svg Ryan Lowe [11] 5 June 2019
Oldham Athletic Flag of England.svg Pete Wild [12] Resigned Flag of France.svg Laurent Banide [13] 11 June 2019
Mansfield Town Flag of England.svg David Flitcroft [14] Sacked14 May 2019 Flag of Scotland.svg John Dempster [14] 14 May 2019
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Justin Edinburgh [15] Deceased8 June 2019 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Carl Fletcher [16] 16 October 2019
Macclesfield Town Flag of England.svg Sol Campbell [17] Mutual consent15 August 20198th Flag of Ireland.svg Daryl McMahon [18] 19 August 2019
Stevenage Flag of Tunisia.svg Dino Maamria [19] Sacked9 September 201923rd Flag of England.svg Graham Westley [20] 15 December 2019
Oldham Athletic Flag of France.svg Laurent Banide [21] 19 September 201921st Flag of Tunisia.svg Dino Maamria [22] 19 September 2019
Morecambe Flag of England.svg Jim Bentley [23] Signed by AFC Fylde 28 October 201924th Flag of Scotland.svg Derek Adams [24] 7 November 2019
Carlisle United Flag of Scotland.svg Steven Pressley [25] Sacked13 November 201919th Flag of England.svg Chris Beech [26] 26 November 2019
Leyton Orient Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Carl Fletcher [27] 14 November 201916th Flag of England.svg Ross Embleton [28] 7 January 2020
Grimsby Town Flag of England.svg Michael Jolley [29] Mutual consent15 November 201918th Flag of England.svg Ian Holloway [30] 31 December 2019
Crawley Town Flag of Italy.svg Gabriele Cioffi [31] Sacked2 December 201917th Flag of England.svg John Yems [32] 5 December 2019
Mansfield Town Flag of Scotland.svg John Dempster [33] 14 December 201918th Flag of Ireland.svg Graham Coughlan [34] 17 December 2019
Macclesfield Town Flag of Ireland.svg Daryl McMahon [35] Resigned2 January 202022nd Flag of Ireland.svg Mark Kennedy [36] 16 January 2020
Cambridge United Flag of Scotland.svg Colin Calderwood [37] Sacked29 January 202016th Flag of England.svg Mark Bonner [38] 9 March 2020
Scunthorpe United Flag of England.svg Paul Hurst [39] 29 January 202019th Flag of England.svg Russ Wilcox [40] 12 February 2020
Bradford City Flag of England.svg Gary Bowyer [41] 3 February 20208th Flag of Scotland.svg Stuart McCall [42] 4 February 2020
Stevenage Flag of England.svg Graham Westley [43] 16 February 202024th Flag of England.svg Alex Revell [44] 16 February 2020

    League table

    PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPPGPromotion, qualification or relegation
    1 Swindon Town (C, P)3621696239+23691.92Promotion to EFL League One
    2 Crewe Alexandra (P)3720986743+24691.86
    3 Plymouth Argyle (P)3720896139+22681.84
    4 Cheltenham Town 36171365227+25641.78Qualification for League Two play-offs [lower-alpha 1]
    5 Exeter City 37181185343+10651.76
    6 Colchester United 37151395237+15581.57
    7 Northampton Town (O, P)37177135440+14581.57
    8 Port Vale 37141585044+6571.54
    9 Bradford City 371412114440+4541.46
    10 Forest Green Rovers 361310134340+3491.36
    11 Salford City 371311134946+3501.35
    12 Walsall 361381540499471.31
    13 Crawley Town 371115115147+4481.30
    14 Newport County 3612101432397461.28
    15 Grimsby Town 3712111445516471.27
    16 Cambridge United 371291640488451.22
    17 Leyton Orient 3610121447558421.17
    18 Carlisle United 37101215395617421.14
    19 Oldham Athletic 3791414445713411.11
    20 Scunthorpe United 37101017445612401.08
    21 Mansfield Town 369111648557381.06
    22 Morecambe 3771119356025320.86
    23 Stevenage 3631320245026220.61Reprieved from relegation [lower-alpha 2]
    24 Macclesfield Town (R)377151532471519 [lower-alpha 3] 0.51 [lower-alpha 3] Relegation to the National League
    Source: EFL Official Website
    Rules for classification: 1) Points per game; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Head-to-head results; 5) Wins; 6) Away goals; 7) Penalty points (sec 9.5); 8) 12-point sending off offences [57]
    (C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
    Notes:
    1. Four teams play for one spot and promotion to EFL League One.
    2. As a result of Bury's expulsion from League One, only one team is relegated to maintain League Two at 24 teams. [45]
    3. 1 2 Macclesfield Town deducted four points for failing to both pay their players' wages and to fulfil a fixture, reduced from six points after appeal. [46] [47] A further seven-point deduction was given for failing to play December's match against Plymouth Argyle. [48] A further two-point deduction was given for breaches of regulations over non-payment of wages. [49] On 3 July the EFL appealed against the independent disciplinary panel's sanctions on Macclesfield. [50] A further four points were deducted on 11 August 2020, resulting in Macclesfield Town being relegated. Stevenage reprieved [51]

    Play-offs

    Semi-finals Final
            
    4 Cheltenham Town 2 0 2
    7 Northampton Town 0 3 3
    7 Northampton Town 4
    5 Exeter City 0
    5 Exeter City 0 3 3
    6 Colchester United 1 1 2

    Results

    Home \ Away BRA CAM CAR CHE COL CRA CRE EXE FGR GRI LEY MAC MAN MOR NEW NOR OLD PLY POR SAL SCU STE SWI WAL
    Bradford City 0–03–11–12–12–00–11–12–01–01–02–13–02–11–21–12–23–12–1
    Cambridge United 2–11–22–12–14–00–10–02–32–22–31–00–01–21–00–43–20–40–1
    Carlisle United 0–00–00–10–32–12–41–30–00–02–10–22–22–00–21–00–32–21–12–1
    Cheltenham Town 3–21–12–01–11–11–22–13–01–02–12–13–00–10–04–14–22–23–1
    Colchester United 0–01–23–00–21–12–22–32–12–10–13–11–03–01–11–03–13–10–0
    Crawley Town 2–10–01–02–11–20–11–13–21–01–14–03–02–20–02–03–12–00–42–3
    Crewe Alexandra 2–12–34–11–00–02–11–12–02–01–15–02–10–30–14–13–13–13–11–0
    Exeter City 2–00–00–01–11–11–01–32–21–01–01–03–25–14–02–02–11–13–3
    Forest Green Rovers 1–41–03–10–00–11–01–02–20–21–00–12–31–20–20–02–21–2
    Grimsby Town 1–10–02–21–10–20–12–20–41–00–12–14–20–35–21–00–13–10–3
    Leyton Orient 0–02–11–11–01–32–31–22–41–11–12–12–11–12–23–30–20–01–33–1
    Macclesfield Town 1–11–01–11–11–12–32–11–13–00–00–11–10–11–11–12–10–21–0
    Mansfield Town 3–00–42–20–32–33–40–12–32–21–01–16–10–12–21–22–00–0
    Morecambe 1–21–11–10–01–11–12–30–20–21–02–01–12–12–21–22–12–20–1
    Newport County 2–10–11–01–11–11–01–11–11–02–21–00–11–01–01–22–11–12–00–0
    Northampton Town 2–01–12–24–12–01–02–00–11–21–24–12–03–10–12–03–01–00–10–1
    Oldham Athletic 3–01–11–10–12–11–20–01–12–21–10–13–13–15–02–21–40–22–0
    Plymouth Argyle 2–10–02–00–21–02–22–13–04–03–03–13–01–02–22–22–22–11–23–0
    Port Vale 1–02–11–13–03–12–11–02–22–23–11–10–01–01–12–21–12–00–1
    Salford City 2–01–00–21–20–03–10–10–41–01–10–01–21–12–31–11–12–02–31–2
    Scunthorpe United 1–10–20–11–02–22–22–23–11–00–23–01–23–02–21–32–10–00–20–2
    Stevenage 0–11–12–30–00–01–50–10–02–10–32–21–00–10–01–20–10–1
    Swindon Town 1–14–03–20–33–12–10–23–13–01–03–10–20–12–01–13–02–01–02–1
    Walsall 0–12–11–21–22–11–23–11–11–31–01–11–20–20–03–22–20–31–00–0
    Updated to match(es) played on 10 March 2020. 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.

    Season statistics

    Top scorers

    As of 7 March 2020 [58]
    RankPlayerClubGoals
    1 Flag of Ireland.svg Eoin Doyle Swindon Town 25
    2 Flag of England.svg Nicky Maynard Mansfield Town 14
    3 Flag of England.svg Ryan Bowman Exeter City 13
    Flag of England.svg Ollie Palmer Crawley Town
    Flag of England.svg Jerry Yates Swindon Town
    6 Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Bez Lubala Crawley Town 12
    Flag of England.svg Chris Porter Crewe Alexandra
    8 Flag of Jamaica.svg Theo Robinson Colchester United 11
    Flag of England.svg Danny Rose Mansfield Town
    Flag of England.svg James Vaughan Bradford City
    11 Flag of England.svg Antoni Sarcevic Plymouth Argyle 10
    Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kevin van Veen Scunthorpe United

    Hat-tricks

    PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
    Flag of England.svg Nicky Maynard Mansfield Town Oldham Athletic 6–1 (H)12 October 2019 [59]
    Flag of Ireland.svg Eoin Doyle Swindon Town Crawley Town 4–0 (A)26 October 2019 [60]
    Flag of England.svg Keshi Anderson Swindon Town Cambridge United 4–0 (H)26 December 2019 [61]
    Flag of England.svg Nicky Maynard Mansfield Town Cambridge United 3–2 (A)1 January 2020 [62]

    Notes

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