2020–21 EFL League One

Last updated
EFL League One
Season 2020–21
Dates12 September 2020 – 9 May 2021
Champions Hull City
Promoted Hull City
Peterborough United
Blackpool
Relegated Rochdale
Northampton Town
Swindon Town
Bristol Rovers
Matches played552
Goals scored1,447 (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) [1]
Longest unbeaten run Blackpool (16 games) [1]
Longest winless run Burton Albion , Northampton Town , AFC Wimbledon (11 games) [1]
Longest losing run Plymouth Argyle (6 games) [1]
Highest attendance3,204
Oxford United vs Blackpool
(18 May 2021)
Lowest attendance1,000
Shrewsbury Town vs Northampton Town
(19 September 2020)
Total attendance53,321 [1]
Average attendance1,904 [1]
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.

Contents

Team changes

The following teams have changed division since the 2019–20 season.

To League One

Promoted from League Two

Relegated from Championship

From League One

Promoted to Championship

Relegated to League Two

Expelled from the EFL

  1. Wigan Athletic were deducted 12 points by the EFL for entering administration. The club appealed against the decision, and it was confirmed on 4 August 2020 that it had not been upheld. Therefore, Wigan will not be reprieved from relegation. [2] [3]

Stadiums

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Accrington Stanley Accrington Crown Ground 5,057
AFC Wimbledon London (Wimbledon) Plough Lane 9,300
Blackpool Blackpool Bloomfield Road 17,338
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
Gillingham Gillingham Priestfield Stadium 11,582
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
Portsmouth Portsmouth Fratton Park 19,669
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

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManager1CaptainKit manufacturerSponsor
Accrington Stanley Flag of England.svg John Coleman Flag of Ireland.svg Séamus Conneely Adidas Wham
AFC Wimbledon Flag of England.svg Mark Robinson Flag of England.svg Alex Woodyard Puma Sports Interactive
Blackpool Flag of England.svg Neil Critchley Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Chris Maxwell Puma Blackpool Council
Home: "VisitBlackpool.com";
Away: "Get Vocal"
Bristol Rovers Flag of England.svg Joey Barton Flag of Germany.svg Max Ehmer [4] Macron Utilita [5]
Burton Albion Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Flag of England.svg John Brayford TAGPrestec UK Ltd [6]
Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Nigel Adkins Flag of England.svg Jason Pearce Hummel Children with Cancer UK
Crewe Alexandra Flag of Gibraltar.svg David Artell Flag of England.svg Harry Pickering FBT Mornflake
Doncaster Rovers Flag of England.svg Andy Butler (interim) Flag of England.svg Tom Anderson Elite Pro Sports LNER
Fleetwood Town Flag of England.svg Simon Grayson Flag of England.svg Callum Connolly Hummel BES Utilities
Gillingham Flag of Scotland.svg Steve Evans Flag of England.svg Kyle Dempsey Macron MEMS Power Generation
Hull City Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann Flag of England.svg Richie Smallwood [7] Umbro Giacom [8]
Ipswich Town Flag of England.svg Paul Cook Flag of England.svg Luke Chambers Adidas Carers Trust
Lincoln City Flag of England.svg Michael Appleton Flag of Scotland.svg Liam Bridcutt Erreà Peregrine Holdings [9]
Milton Keynes Dons Flag of Scotland.svg Russell Martin Flag of England.svg Dean Lewington Erreà Suzuki
Northampton Town Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jon Brady Flag of Ireland.svg Cian Bolger Hummel University of Northampton
Oxford United Flag of England.svg Karl Robinson Flag of England.svg John Mousinho Puma Amazing Thailand [10]
Peterborough United Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Flag of England.svg Mark Beevers Puma Mick George Group
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Ryan Lowe Flag of England.svg Gary Sawyer Puma Ginsters
Portsmouth Flag of England.svg Danny Cowley Flag of England.svg Tom Naylor Nike University of Portsmouth
Rochdale Flag of Ireland.svg Brian Barry-Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg Eoghan O'Connell Erreà Crown Oil Ltd
Shrewsbury Town Flag of England.svg Steve Cotterill Flag of Grenada.svg Oliver Norburn Admiral Tuffins Supermarkets (Home)
Shropshire Homes (Away)
Sunderland Flag of England.svg Lee Johnson Flag of England.svg Max Power Nike Great Annual Savings Group
Swindon Town Flag of Scotland.svg Tommy Wright (interim) Flag of England.svg Dion Conroy Puma Imagine Cruising
Wigan Athletic Flag of England.svg Leam Richardson Flag of England.svg Jamie Jones [11] PumaWigan Athletic Official Supporters Club

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Wigan Athletic Flag of England.svg Paul Cook [12] Resigned29 July 2020Pre-season Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan [13] 11 September 2020
Swindon Town Flag of England.svg Richie Wellens [14] Signed by Salford City 4 November 202020th Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan [15] 13 November 2020
Wigan Athletic Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan [15] Signed by Swindon Town 13 November 202024th Flag of England.svg Leam Richardson [lower-alpha 1] [16] 13 November 2020
Bristol Rovers Flag of England.svg Ben Garner [17] Sacked14 November 202018th Flag of England.svg Paul Tisdale [18] 19 November 2020
Shrewsbury Town Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Sam Ricketts [19] 25 November 202023rd Flag of England.svg Steve Cotterill [20] 27 November 2020
Sunderland Flag of England.svg Phil Parkinson [21] 29 November 20208th Flag of England.svg Lee Johnson [22] 5 December 2020
Burton Albion Flag of England.svg Jake Buxton [23] 29 December 202024th Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink [24] 1 January 2021
Fleetwood Town Flag of England.svg Joey Barton [25] 4 January 202110th Flag of England.svg Simon Grayson [26] 31 January 2021
AFC Wimbledon Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Glyn Hodges [27] Mutual consent30 January 202121st Flag of England.svg Mark Robinson [28] 17 February 2021
Bristol Rovers Flag of England.svg Paul Tisdale [29] Sacked10 February 202120th Flag of England.svg Joey Barton [30] 22 February 2021
Northampton Town Flag of England.svg Keith Curle [31] 10 February 202123rd Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jon Brady [32] 11 February 2021
Ipswich Town Flag of Scotland.svg Paul Lambert [33] Mutual consent28 February 20218th Flag of England.svg Paul Cook [34] 2 March 2020
Doncaster Rovers Flag of Jamaica.svg Darren Moore [35] Signed by Sheffield Wednesday 1 March 20216th Flag of England.svg Andy Butler (interim) [36] 1 March 2021
Portsmouth Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kenny Jackett [37] Sacked14 March 20217th Flag of England.svg Danny Cowley 19 March 2021
Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Lee Bowyer [38] Resigned15 March 20218th Flag of England.svg Nigel Adkins 18 March 2021
Swindon Town Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan [39] 18 April 202124th Flag of Scotland.svg Tommy Wright (interim)18 April 2021

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Hull City (C, P)46278118038+4289Promotion to the EFL Championship
2 Peterborough United (P)46269118346+3787
3 Blackpool (O, P)462311126037+2380Qualification for League One play-offs
4 Sunderland 46201797042+2877
5 Lincoln City 462211136950+1977
6 Oxford United 46228167756+2174
7 Charlton Athletic 462014127056+1474
8 Portsmouth 46219166551+1472
9 Ipswich Town 461912154646069
10 Gillingham 461910176360+367
11 Accrington Stanley 461813156368567
12 Crewe Alexandra 461812165661566
13 Milton Keynes Dons 461811176462+265
14 Doncaster Rovers 46197206367464
15 Fleetwood Town 461612184946+360
16 Burton Albion 4615121961731257
17 Shrewsbury Town 461315185057754
18 Plymouth Argyle 4614112153802753
19 AFC Wimbledon 4612151954701651
20 Wigan Athletic 461392454772348
21 Rochdale (R)4611142161781747Relegation to EFL League Two
22 Northampton Town (R)4611122341672645
23 Swindon Town (R)461342955893443
24 Bristol Rovers (R)461082840703038
Source: EFL Official Website
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 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 [40]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated

Play-offs

Semi-finals Final
        
3 Blackpool 3 3 6
6 Oxford United 0 3 3
3 Blackpool 2
5 Lincoln City 1
4 Sunderland 0 2 2
5 Lincoln City 2 1 3

First leg

Oxford United 0–3 Blackpool
Report
Kassam Stadium , Oxford
Attendance: 3,224
Referee: Bobby Madley
Lincoln City 2–0 Sunderland
Report
Sincil Bank , Lincoln
Attendance: 3,145
Referee: Craig Hicks

Second leg

Blackpool 33 Oxford United
Report
Bloomfield Road , Blackpool
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Keith Stroud
Sunderland 2–1 Lincoln City
Report
Stadium of Light , Sunderland
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Michael Salisbury

Final

Blackpool 2–1 Lincoln City
Dougall Soccerball shade.svg 34', 54' Report Turton Soccerball shade.svg 1' (o.g.)
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 9,751
Referee: Tony Harrington

Results

Home \ Away ACC WIM BLA BRI BRT CHA CRE DON FLE GIL HUL IPS LIN MKD NOR OXF PET PLY POR ROC SHR SUN SWI WIG
Accrington Stanley 1–50–06–10–01–11–02–11–00–12–01–20–02–10–01–42–00–13–32–11–10–22–13–1
AFC Wimbledon 1–21–02–40–1 2–2 1–22–20–11–00–33–01–2 0–2 1–02–12–14–41–33–30–10–34–11–1
Blackpool 0–01–11–01–10–11–12–00–04–13–21–42–31–02–00–03–12–21–01–00–11–02–01–0
Bristol Rovers 4–10–02–11–10–10–12–11–40–21–30–20–10–22–00–20–2 3–0 3–11–22–10–1 0–1 1–2
Burton Albion 2–11–11–21–04–21–11–35–21–11–00–10–11–21–31–52–11–12–40–11–20–32–13–4
Charlton Athletic 0–25–20–33–21–22–21–33–22–31–00–03–10–12–12–00–12–21–34–41–10–02–21–0
Crewe Alexandra 2–01–11–13–20–30–21–01–10–11–21–10–12–02–10–62–02–10–01–13–22–24–23–0
Doncaster Rovers 0–12–03–24–10–30–11–20–12–13–34–11–01–10–03–21–42–12–11–00–11–12–11–4
Fleetwood Town 1–10–10–10–02–11–10–23–11–04–12–00–01–10–02–00–15–10–11–01–01–10–21–1
Gillingham 0–22–12–02–00–11–14–12–20–20–23–10–33–22–23–11–31–00–22–20–00–22–01–0
Hull City 3–01–01–12–02–02–01–02–12–11–10–10–00–13–02–01–21–00–22–00–12–21–03–1
Ipswich Town 2–00–02–02–12–10–21–02–13–11–00–31–10–00–00–00–11–00–22–02–10–12–32–0
Lincoln City 2–20–02–21–25–12–03–00–11–20–31–21–04–02–12–01–12–01–31–20–10–42–22–1
Milton Keynes Dons 3–2 1–1 0–12–01–10–10–21–03–12–01–31–11–24–31–11–12–11–00–32–22–25–02–0
Northampton Town 0–12–20–31–10–20–20–10–21–03–10–23–00–40–01–00–22–04–10–01–00–02–10–1
Oxford United 1–22–00–22–04–00–00–23–01–03–21–10–02–13–24–00–03–10–13–14–10–21–22–1
Peterborough United 7–03–01–20–02–22–12–02–22–10–11–32–13–33–03–12–01–01–04–15–11–13–12–1
Plymouth Argyle 2–21–01–0 2–0 2–00–61–12–11–01–00–31–24–31–02–12–30–32–20–41–11–3 4–2 0–2
Portsmouth 0–14–00–11–01–20–24–10–10–01–10–42–10–12–14–01–12–02–22–10–00–22–01–2
Rochdale 3–10–11–01–10–20–23–31–22–11–40–30–00–21–41–13–43–30–00–00–22–22–13–3
Shrewsbury Town 2–21–11–00–11–11–10–10–20–21–11–10–00–14–21–22–32–03–01–21–22–13–31–2
Sunderland 3–31–10–11–11–11–21–04–12–02–21–12–11–11–21–13–11–01–21–32–01–01–00–1
Swindon Town 0–30–10–2 1–0 4–22–22–11–20–11–32–11–20–11–42–11–20–3 0–2 3–13–10–10–21–0
Wigan Athletic 4–32–30–50–01–10–12–01–00–02–30–50–01–23–02–31–20–11–10–10–51–12–13–4
Updated to match(es) played on 9 May 2021. Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/league-one/table
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 9 May 2021 [41]
RankPlayerClubGoals [42]
1 Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Peterborough United 31
2 Flag of England.svg Charlie Wyke Sunderland 25
3 Flag of England.svg Joe Pigott AFC Wimbledon 20
Flag of England.svg Jerry Yates Blackpool
5 Ulster Banner.svg Dion Charles Accrington Stanley 19
Flag of England.svg Mallik Wilks Hull City
7 Ulster Banner.svg Josh Magennis Hull City 18
Flag of England.svg Matty Taylor Oxford United
9 Flag of England.svg Vadaine Oliver Gillingham 17
10 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Luke Jephcott Plymouth Argyle 16
Flag of England.svg John Marquis Portsmouth

Hat-tricks

As of 24 April 2021
PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Ireland.svg Marcus Harness Portsmouth Burton Albion 2–430 October 2020
Flag of Scotland.svg Siriki Dembélé Peterborough United Shrewsbury Town 5–131 October 2020
Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Peterborough United Rochdale 4–112 December 2020
Flag of Scotland.svg Kyle Joseph Wigan Athletic Burton Albion 4–329 December 2020
Flag of England.svg Charlie Wyke Sunderland AFC Wimbledon 3–016 January 2021
Flag of Ireland.svg Joe Mason Milton Keynes Dons Fleetwood Town 3–119 January 2021
Ulster Banner.svg Dion Charles Accrington Stanley Bristol Rovers 6–12 February 2021
Flag of England.svg Charlie Wyke Sunderland Doncaster Rovers 4–113 February 2021
Flag of England.svg Mallik Wilks Hull City Wigan Athletic 5–017 February 2021
Flag of England.svg Kane Hemmings Burton Albion Crewe Alexandra 3–013 March 2021
Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Peterborough United Accrington Stanley 7–027 March 2021
Ulster Banner.svg Will Grigg Milton Keynes Dons Swindon Town 5–0 [lower-alpha 2] 24 April 2021

Most assists

As of match played 9 May 2021 [43]
RankPlayerClubAssists [44]
1 Flag of Ireland.svg Aiden McGeady Sunderland 16
2 Flag of England.svg George Honeyman Hull City 13
Flag of England.svg Joe Ward Peterborough United
4 Flag of England.svg Conor Grant Plymouth Argyle 11
5 Flag of Scotland.svg Siriki Dembélé Peterborough United 10
6 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Callum Elder Hull City 9
Flag of England.svg Jorge Grant Lincoln City
Flag of the United States.svg Lynden Gooch Sunderland
8 Flag of England.svg Jorge Grant Lincoln City 8
Flag of Ireland.svg Marcus Harness Portsmouth
Flag of England.svg James Henry Oxford United
Flag of England.svg Sullay Kaikai Blackpool
Flag of England.svg Charlie Kirk Crewe Alexandra
Flag of England.svg Tom Lowery Crewe Alexandra
Flag of England.svg Mallik Wilks Hull City

Monthly awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month Reference
September Flag of Scotland.svg Paul Lambert Ipswich Town Flag of Spain.svg Madger Gomes Doncaster Rovers [45]
October Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Peterborough United Flag of England.svg Ben Amos Charlton [46]
November Flag of England.svg John Coleman Accrington Stanley Ulster Banner.svg Callum Camps Fleetwood Town [47]
December Flag of England.svg Steve Cotterill Shrewsbury Town Flag of England.svg Owen Dale Crewe Alexandra [48]
January Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann Hull City Ulster Banner.svg Matty Lund Rochdale [49]
February Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Peterborough United Flag of England.svg Jonson Clarke-Harris Peterborough United [50] [51]
March Flag of Scotland.svg Steve Evans Gillingham Flag of England.svg Vadaine Oliver Gillingham [52] [53]
April Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann Hull City Ulster Banner.svg Josh Magennis Hull City [54]

Notes

  1. Richardson was originally appointed as caretaker manager before being permanently appointed as manager on 21 April 2021
  2. Player scored 4 goals

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