|Dates||12 September 2020 – 9 May 2021|
|Promoted|| Hull City |
|Relegated|| Rochdale |
|Goals scored||1,447 (2.62 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Jonson Clarke-Harris (31 goals)|
|Biggest home win||Peterborough United 7–0 Accrington Stanley (27 March 2021)|
|Biggest away win|| Crewe Alexandra 0–6 Oxford United |
(10 April 2021)
Plymouth Argyle 0–6 Charlton Athletic
(20 April 2021)
|Highest scoring|| AFC Wimbledon 4–4 Plymouth Argyle |
(19 September 2020)
Charlton Athletic 4–4 Rochdale
(12 January 2021)
|Longest winning run||Oxford United (7 games)|
|Longest unbeaten run||Blackpool (16 games)|
|Longest winless run||Burton Albion , Northampton Town , AFC Wimbledon (11 games)|
|Longest losing run||Plymouth Argyle (6 games)|
|Highest attendance||3,204 |
Oxford United vs Blackpool
(18 May 2021)
|Lowest attendance||1,000 |
Shrewsbury Town vs Northampton Town
(19 September 2020)
2021–22 →All statistics correct as of 24 April 2021.
The 2020–21 EFL League One (referred to as the Sky Bet League One for sponsorship reasons) was the 17th season of Football League One under its current title and the 29th season under its current league division format.
The following teams have changed division since the 2019–20 season.
Promoted from League Two
Relegated from Championship
Promoted to Championship
Relegated to League Two
Expelled from the EFL
|Accrington Stanley||Accrington||Crown Ground||5,057|
|AFC Wimbledon||London (Wimbledon)||Plough Lane||9,300|
|Bristol Rovers||Bristol||Memorial Stadium||12,300|
|Burton Albion||Burton upon Trent||Pirelli Stadium||6,912|
|Charlton Athletic||London (Charlton)||The Valley||27,111|
|Crewe Alexandra||Crewe||Gresty Road||10,180|
|Doncaster Rovers||Doncaster||Keepmoat Stadium||15,231|
|Fleetwood Town||Fleetwood||Highbury Stadium||5,327|
|Hull City||Kingston upon Hull||KCOM Stadium||25,586|
|Ipswich Town||Ipswich||Portman Road||30,311|
|Lincoln City||Lincoln||LNER Stadium||10,120|
|Milton Keynes Dons||Milton Keynes||Stadium MK||30,500|
|Northampton Town||Northampton||PTS Academy Stadium||7,798|
|Oxford United||Oxford||Kassam Stadium||12,500|
|Peterborough United||Peterborough||Weston Homes Stadium||15,314|
|Plymouth Argyle||Plymouth||Home Park||18,600|
|Rochdale||Rochdale||Crown Oil Arena||10,500|
|Shrewsbury Town||Shrewsbury||Montgomery Waters Meadow||9,875|
|Sunderland||Sunderland||Stadium of Light||48,707|
|Swindon Town||Swindon||County Ground||15,728|
|Wigan Athletic||Wigan||DW Stadium||25,133|
|Accrington Stanley||John Coleman||Séamus Conneely||Adidas||Wham|
|AFC Wimbledon||Mark Robinson||Alex Woodyard||Puma||Sports Interactive|
|Blackpool||Neil Critchley||Chris Maxwell||Puma|| Blackpool Council |
Away: "Get Vocal"
|Bristol Rovers||Joey Barton||Max Ehmer||Macron||Utilita|
|Burton Albion||Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink||John Brayford||TAG||Prestec UK Ltd|
|Charlton Athletic||Nigel Adkins||Jason Pearce||Hummel||Children with Cancer UK|
|Crewe Alexandra||David Artell||Harry Pickering||FBT||Mornflake|
|Doncaster Rovers||Andy Butler (interim)||Tom Anderson||Elite Pro Sports||LNER|
|Fleetwood Town||Simon Grayson||Callum Connolly||Hummel||BES Utilities|
|Gillingham||Steve Evans||Kyle Dempsey||Macron||MEMS Power Generation|
|Hull City||Grant McCann||Richie Smallwood||Umbro||Giacom|
|Ipswich Town||Paul Cook||Luke Chambers||Adidas||Carers Trust|
|Lincoln City||Michael Appleton||Liam Bridcutt||Erreà||Peregrine Holdings|
|Milton Keynes Dons||Russell Martin||Dean Lewington||Erreà||Suzuki|
|Northampton Town||Jon Brady||Cian Bolger||Hummel||University of Northampton|
|Oxford United||Karl Robinson||John Mousinho||Puma||Amazing Thailand|
|Peterborough United||Darren Ferguson||Mark Beevers||Puma||Mick George Group|
|Plymouth Argyle||Ryan Lowe||Gary Sawyer||Puma||Ginsters|
|Portsmouth||Danny Cowley||Tom Naylor||Nike||University of Portsmouth|
|Rochdale||Brian Barry-Murphy||Eoghan O'Connell||Erreà||Crown Oil Ltd|
|Shrewsbury Town||Steve Cotterill||Oliver Norburn||Admiral||Tuffins Supermarkets (Home)|
Shropshire Homes (Away)
|Sunderland||Lee Johnson||Max Power||Nike||Great Annual Savings Group|
|Swindon Town||Tommy Wright (interim)||Dion Conroy||Puma||Imagine Cruising|
|Wigan Athletic||Leam Richardson||Jamie Jones||Puma||Wigan Athletic Official Supporters Club|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Wigan Athletic||Paul Cook||Resigned||29 July 2020||Pre-season||John Sheridan||11 September 2020|
|Swindon Town||Richie Wellens||Signed by Salford City||4 November 2020||20th||John Sheridan||13 November 2020|
|Wigan Athletic||John Sheridan||Signed by Swindon Town||13 November 2020||24th||Leam Richardson||13 November 2020|
|Bristol Rovers||Ben Garner||Sacked||14 November 2020||18th||Paul Tisdale||19 November 2020|
|Shrewsbury Town||Sam Ricketts||25 November 2020||23rd||Steve Cotterill||27 November 2020|
|Sunderland||Phil Parkinson||29 November 2020||8th||Lee Johnson||5 December 2020|
|Burton Albion||Jake Buxton||29 December 2020||24th||Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink||1 January 2021|
|Fleetwood Town||Joey Barton||4 January 2021||10th||Simon Grayson||31 January 2021|
|AFC Wimbledon||Glyn Hodges||Mutual consent||30 January 2021||21st||Mark Robinson||17 February 2021|
|Bristol Rovers||Paul Tisdale||Sacked||10 February 2021||20th||Joey Barton||22 February 2021|
|Northampton Town||Keith Curle||10 February 2021||23rd||Jon Brady||11 February 2021|
|Ipswich Town||Paul Lambert||Mutual consent||28 February 2021||8th||Paul Cook||2 March 2020|
|Doncaster Rovers||Darren Moore||Signed by Sheffield Wednesday||1 March 2021||6th||Andy Butler (interim)||1 March 2021|
|Portsmouth||Kenny Jackett||Sacked||14 March 2021||7th||Danny Cowley||19 March 2021|
|Charlton Athletic||Lee Bowyer||Resigned||15 March 2021||8th||Nigel Adkins||18 March 2021|
|Swindon Town||John Sheridan||18 April 2021||24th||Tommy Wright (interim)||18 April 2021|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Hull City (C, P)||46||27||8||11||80||38||+42||89||Promotion to the EFL Championship|
|2||Peterborough United (P)||46||26||9||11||83||46||+37||87|
|3||Blackpool (O, P)||46||23||11||12||60||37||+23||80||Qualification for League One play-offs|
|13||Milton Keynes Dons||46||18||11||17||64||62||+2||65|
|21||Rochdale (R)||46||11||14||21||61||78||−17||47||Relegation to EFL League Two|
|22||Northampton Town (R)||46||11||12||23||41||67||−26||45|
|23||Swindon Town (R)||46||13||4||29||55||89||−34||43|
|24||Bristol Rovers (R)||46||10||8||28||40||70||−30||38|
|1||Jonson Clarke-Harris||Peterborough United||31|
|3||Joe Pigott||AFC Wimbledon||20|
|5||Dion Charles||Accrington Stanley||19|
|Mallik Wilks||Hull City|
|7||Josh Magennis||Hull City||18|
|Matty Taylor||Oxford United|
|10||Luke Jephcott||Plymouth Argyle||16|
|Marcus Harness||Portsmouth||Burton Albion||2–4||30 October 2020|
|Siriki Dembélé||Peterborough United||Shrewsbury Town||5–1||31 October 2020|
|Jonson Clarke-Harris||Peterborough United||Rochdale||4–1||12 December 2020|
|Kyle Joseph||Wigan Athletic||Burton Albion||4–3||29 December 2020|
|Charlie Wyke||Sunderland||AFC Wimbledon||3–0||16 January 2021|
|Joe Mason||Milton Keynes Dons||Fleetwood Town||3–1||19 January 2021|
|Dion Charles||Accrington Stanley||Bristol Rovers||6–1||2 February 2021|
|Charlie Wyke||Sunderland||Doncaster Rovers||4–1||13 February 2021|
|Mallik Wilks||Hull City||Wigan Athletic||5–0||17 February 2021|
|Kane Hemmings||Burton Albion||Crewe Alexandra||3–0||13 March 2021|
|Jonson Clarke-Harris||Peterborough United||Accrington Stanley||7–0||27 March 2021|
|Will Grigg||Milton Keynes Dons||Swindon Town||5–0||24 April 2021|
|2||George Honeyman||Hull City||13|
|Joe Ward||Peterborough United|
|4||Conor Grant||Plymouth Argyle||11|
|5||Siriki Dembélé||Peterborough United||10|
|6||Callum Elder||Hull City||9|
|Jorge Grant||Lincoln City|
|8||Jorge Grant||Lincoln City||8|
|James Henry||Oxford United|
|Charlie Kirk||Crewe Alexandra|
|Tom Lowery||Crewe Alexandra|
|Mallik Wilks||Hull City|
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Reference|
|September||Paul Lambert||Ipswich Town||Madger Gomes||Doncaster Rovers|
|October||Darren Ferguson||Peterborough United||Ben Amos||Charlton|
|November||John Coleman||Accrington Stanley||Callum Camps||Fleetwood Town|
|December||Steve Cotterill||Shrewsbury Town||Owen Dale||Crewe Alexandra|
|January||Grant McCann||Hull City||Matty Lund||Rochdale|
|February||Darren Ferguson||Peterborough United||Jonson Clarke-Harris||Peterborough United|
|March||Steve Evans||Gillingham||Vadaine Oliver||Gillingham|
|April||Grant McCann||Hull City||Josh Magennis||Hull City|
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