List of current Premier League and English Football League managers

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Simon Weaver (pictured in 2007) has managed Harrogate Town since 2009, though this time was spent outside the English Football League until 2020. Simon Weaver 1.png
Simon Weaver (pictured in 2007) has managed Harrogate Town since 2009, though this time was spent outside the English Football League until 2020.

There are 92 association football teams in the top four tiers of English football, all of which have a manager, or pair of joint managers, sometimes given the alternative title of head coach. The Premier League and the English Football League are the only fully professional football leagues in England. The Premier League consists of 20 clubs at the top of the English football league system. The remaining 72 clubs are split into the three divisions of the English Football League: the Championship, League One and League Two.

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Some managers listed have had more than one spell in charge at their current club or had spells at more than one club, however this table deals only with their current appointment. This list includes every manager currently managing a club in the Premier League and the English Football League, in order of the date that they took up their appointment: this is not necessarily the date on which they were appointed, so there may be a discrepancy between the date appointed and the time as manager.

Simon Weaver is currently the longest-serving manager, having managed Harrogate Town since May 2009, although eleven of those years were outside the Football League; Gareth Ainsworth, manager at Wycombe Wanderers since September 2012, has the longest current tenure as a manager in the league.

Managers

NameNat.Date of birthClubDivisionAppointedTime as managerRef(s)
Simon Weaver Flag of England.svg  ENG 20 December 1977 Harrogate Town 21 May 200912 years, 19 days [1]
Gareth Ainsworth Flag of England.svg  ENG 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers 24 September 2012 [N 1] 8 years, 258 days [2] [3]
Sean Dyche Flag of England.svg  ENG 28 June 1971 Burnley 30 October 20128 years, 222 days [4]
John Coleman Flag of England.svg  ENG 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley 18 September 20146 years, 264 days [5]
Jürgen Klopp Flag of Germany.svg  GER 16 June 1967 Liverpool 8 October 20155 years, 244 days [6]
Pep Guardiola Flag of Spain.svg  ESP 18 January 1971 Manchester City 1 July 20164 years, 343 days [7]
Paul Warne Flag of England.svg  ENG 8 May 1973 Rotherham United 28 November 2016 [N 2] 4 years, 193 days [8] [9]
David Artell Flag of Gibraltar.svg  GIB 22 November 1980 Crewe Alexandra 8 January 20174 years, 152 days [10]
Tony Mowbray Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 November 1963 Blackburn Rovers 22 February 20174 years, 107 days [11]
Mark Robins Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 December 1969 Coventry City 6 March 20174 years, 95 days [12]
Michael Flynn Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL 17 October 1980 Newport County 9 March 20174 years, 92 days [13]
Daniel Farke Flag of Germany.svg  GER 30 October 1976 Norwich City 25 May 20174 years, 15 days [14]
Karl Robinson Flag of England.svg  ENG 13 September 1980 Oxford United 22 March 20183 years, 79 days [15]
Matt Taylor Flag of England.svg  ENG 30 January 1982 Exeter City 1 June 20183 years, 8 days [16]
Marcelo Bielsa Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG 21 July 1955 Leeds United 15 June 20182 years, 359 days [17]
Michael Duff Ulster Banner.svg  NIR 11 January 1978 Cheltenham Town 10 September 20182 years, 272 days [18]
Dean Smith Flag of England.svg  ENG 19 March 1971 Aston Villa 10 October 20182 years, 242 days [19]
Thomas Frank Flag of Denmark.svg  DEN 9 October 1973 Brentford 16 October 20182 years, 236 days [20]
Ralph Hasenhüttl Flag of Austria.svg  AUT 9 August 1967 Southampton 5 December 2018 [N 3] 2 years, 185 days [21]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær Flag of Norway.svg  NOR 26 February 1973 Manchester United 19 December 20182 years, 172 days [22]
Darren Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 9 February 1972 Peterborough United 26 January 20192 years, 134 days [23]
Brendan Rodgers Ulster Banner.svg  NIR 26 January 1973 Leicester City 26 February 2019 [N 4] 2 years, 102 days [24]
Scott Parker Flag of England.svg  ENG 13 October 1980 Fulham 28 February 2019 [N 5] 2 years, 101 days [25] [26]
Brian Barry-Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg  IRL 27 July 1978 Rochdale 4 March 2019 [N 6] 2 years, 97 days [27] [28]
Mark Warburton Flag of England.svg  ENG 6 September 1962 Queens Park Rangers 8 May 20192 years, 32 days [29]
Graham Potter Flag of England.svg  ENG 20 May 1975 Brighton & Hove Albion 20 May 20192 years, 20 days [30]
Steve Evans Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 30 October 1962 Gillingham 21 May 2019 [N 7] 2 years, 8 days [31]
Ryan Lowe Flag of England.svg  ENG 18 September 1978 Plymouth Argyle 5 June 20192 years, 4 days [32]
Steve Cooper Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL 10 December 1979 Swansea City 13 June 20191 year, 361 days [33]
Grant McCann Ulster Banner.svg  NIR 14 April 1980 Hull City 21 June 20191 year, 353 days [34]
Steve Bruce Flag of England.svg  ENG 31 December 1960 Newcastle United 17 July 20191 year, 327 days [35]
Michael Appleton Flag of England.svg  ENG 4 December 1975 Lincoln City 20 September 2019 [N 8] 1 year, 259 days [36]
Gary Rowett Flag of England.svg  ENG 6 March 1974 Millwall 21 October 20191 year, 231 days [37]
Russell Martin Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 4 January 1986 Milton Keynes Dons 3 November 20191 year, 218 days [38]
Michael O'Neill Ulster Banner.svg  NIR 5 July 1969 Stoke City 8 November 20191 year, 213 days [39]
Chris Beech Flag of England.svg  ENG 16 September 1974 Carlisle United 26 November 20191 year, 195 days [40]
John Yems Flag of England.svg  ENG 28 August 1959 Crawley Town 5 December 20191 year, 186 days [41]
Mikel Arteta Flag of Spain.svg  ESP 26 March 1982 Arsenal 20 December 2019 [N 9] 1 year, 169 days [42]
David Moyes Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 25 April 1963 West Ham United 29 December 20191 year, 162 days [43]
Mark Bonner Flag of England.svg  ENG 23 November 1985 Cambridge United 29 January 2020 [N 10] 1 year, 131 days [44] [45]
Alex Revell Flag of England.svg  ENG 7 July 1983 Stevenage 16 February 20201 year, 113 days [46]
Neil Critchley Flag of England.svg  ENG 18 October 1978 Blackpool 2 March 20201 year, 99 days [47]
Nathan Jones Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL 26 May 1973 Luton Town 28 May 20201 year, 12 days [48]
Neil Warnock Flag of England.svg  ENG 1 December 1948 Middlesbrough 23 June 2020351 days [49]
Ian Evatt Flag of England.svg  ENG 19 November 1981 Bolton Wanderers 1 July 2020343 days [50]
Carlos Corberán Flag of Spain.svg  ESP 7 April 1983 Huddersfield Town 23 July 2020321 days [51]
Neil Cox Flag of England.svg  ENG 8 October 1971 Scunthorpe United 7 August 2020306 days [52]
Veljko Paunović Flag of Serbia.svg  SRB 21 August 1977 Reading 29 August 2020284 days [53]
Chris Hughton Flag of Ireland.svg  IRL 11 December 1958 Nottingham Forest 6 October 2020246 days [54]
Valérien Ismaël Flag of France.svg  FRA 28 September 1975 Barnsley 23 October 2020229 days [55]
Nigel Clough Flag of England.svg  ENG 19 March 1966 Mansfield Town 6 November 2020215 days [56]
Leam Richardson Flag of England.svg  ENG 19 November 1979 Wigan Athletic 13 November 2020 [N 11] 208 days [57] [58]
Wayne Rooney Flag of England.svg  ENG 24 October 1985 Derby County 14 November 2020 [N 12] 207 days [59] [60]
Steve Cotterill Flag of England.svg  ENG 20 July 1964 Shrewsbury Town 27 November 2020194 days [61]
Lee Johnson Flag of England.svg  ENG 7 June 1981 Sunderland 5 December 2020186 days [62]
Xisco Muñoz Flag of Spain.svg  ESP 5 September 1980 Watford 20 December 2020171 days [63]
Paul Hurst Flag of England.svg  ENG 25 September 1974 Grimsby Town 30 December 2020161 days [64]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED 27 March 1972 Burton Albion 1 January 2021159 days [65]
Mick McCarthy Flag of Ireland.svg  IRL 7 February 1959 Cardiff City 22 January 2021138 days [66]
Thomas Tuchel Flag of Germany.svg  GER 29 August 1973 Chelsea 26 January 2021134 days [67]
Mark Robinson 1965/6 AFC Wimbledon 30 January 2021 [N 13] 130 days [68] [69]
Simon Grayson Flag of England.svg  ENG 16 December 1969 Fleetwood Town 31 January 2021129 days [70]
Jonathan Woodgate Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 January 1980 Bournemouth 3 February 2021 [N 14] 126 days [71] [72]
Jon Brady Flag of Australia (converted).svg  AUS 14 January 1975 Northampton Town 10 February 2021 [N 15] 119 days [73] [74]
Darrell Clarke Flag of England.svg  ENG 16 December 1977 Port Vale 15 February 2021114 days [75]
Joey Barton Flag of England.svg  ENG 2 September 1982 Bristol Rovers 22 February 2021107 days [76]
Nigel Pearson Flag of England.svg  ENG 21 August 1963 Bristol City 22 February 2021107 days [77]
Darren Moore Flag of Jamaica.svg  JAM 22 April 1974 Sheffield Wednesday 1 March 2021100 days [78]
Paul Cook Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 February 1967 Ipswich Town 2 March 2021 [N 16] 97 days [79]
Keith Curle Flag of England.svg  ENG 14 November 1963 Oldham Athletic 8 March 202193 days [80]
Lee Bowyer Flag of England.svg  ENG 3 January 1977 Birmingham City 16 March 202185 days [81]
Nigel Adkins Flag of England.svg  ENG 11 March 1965 Charlton Athletic 18 March 202183 days [82]
Danny Cowley Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 October 1978 Portsmouth 19 March 202182 days [83]
Frankie McAvoy Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 9 July 1967 Preston North End 21 March 2021 [N 17] 80 days [84] [85]
Gary Bowyer Flag of England.svg  ENG 22 June 1971 Salford City 23 March 2021 [N 18] 78 days [86] [87]
Hayden Mullins Flag of England.svg  ENG 27 March 1979 Colchester United 31 March 2021 [N 19] 70 days [88] [89]
Phil Brown Flag of England.svg  ENG 30 May 1959 Southend United 9 April 202161 days [90]
Ryan Mason Flag of England.svg  ENG 13 June 1991 Tottenham Hotspur 19 April 202151 days [91]
Richie Wellens Flag of England.svg  ENG 26 March 1980 Doncaster Rovers 17 May 202123 days [92]
Matthew Taylor Flag of England.svg  ENG 27 November 1981 Walsall 19 May 202121 days [93]
Kenny Jackett Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL 5 January 1962 Leyton Orient 21 May 202119 days [94]
John McGreal Flag of England.svg  ENG 2 June 1972 Swindon Town 26 May 202114 days [95]
Rob Edwards Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  WAL 25 December 1982 Forest Green Rovers 27 May 202113 days [96]
Slaviša Jokanović Flag of Serbia.svg  SRB 16 August 1968 Sheffield United 27 May 202113 days [97]
Mark Cooper Flag of England.svg  ENG 18 December 1968 Barrow 28 May 202112 days [98]
Micky Mellon Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 18 March 1972 Tranmere Rovers 31 May 20219 days [99]
Derek Adams Flag of Scotland.svg  SCO 25 June 1975 Bradford City 4 June 20215 days [100]
Stephen Robinson Ulster Banner.svg  NIR 10 December 1974 Morecambe 3 June 20212 days [101]
Bruno Lage Flag of Portugal.svg  POR 12 May 1976 Wolverhampton Wanderers 9 June 20210 days [102]
Vacant West Bromwich Albion 24 May 202116 days [103]
Vacant Crystal Palace 24 May 202116 days [104]
Vacant Everton 1 June 20218 days [105]

See also

Notes

  1. Ainsworth served as caretaker manager until 8 November 2012, when he was given a long term appointment.
  2. Warne served as caretaker manager until 13 January 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  3. Hasenhüttl was appointed on 5 December 2018 but caretaker manager Kelvin Davis remained in charge for a match that same day.
  4. Rodgers was appointed on 26 February 2019 but caretaker managers Mike Stowell and Adam Sadler remained in charge for a match that same day.
  5. Parker served as caretaker manager until 10 May 2019, when he was given a long term appointment.
  6. Barry-Murphy served as caretaker manager until 3 April 2019, when he was given a long term appointment.
  7. Evans was appointed as Gillingham manager on 21 May 2019 to take up the role from 1 June.
  8. Appleton was appointed as Lincoln City manager on 20 September 2019 to take up the role from 23 September.
  9. Arteta was appointed on 20 December 2019 to take up the role from 22 December.
  10. Bonner served as caretaker manager until 9 March 2020, when he was given a long term appointment.
  11. Richardson served as caretaker manager until 21 April 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  12. Rooney served as caretaker manager until 15 January 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  13. Robinson served as caretaker manager until 17 February 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  14. Woodgate served as caretaker manager until 21 February 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  15. Brady served as caretaker manager until 4 March 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  16. Cook was appointed on 2 March but caretaker manager Matthew Gill remained in charge for a match that same day, with Cook to take over from the 4th.
  17. McAvoy served as caretaker manager until 10 May 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  18. Bowyer served as caretaker manager until 13 May 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.
  19. Mullins served as caretaker manager until 10 May 2021, when he was given a long term appointment.

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