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  • The English League Two began on 12 September 2020 and will end on 8 May 2021
  • Top 3 teams at the end of the season are automatically promoted from League Two
  • 24 teams fight it out over 46 matches to be crowned English League Two champions
  • Swindon Town won the 2019/20 English League Two title
  • Stream English League Two football online 
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Watch English League Two Live Streaming Online

The English Football League Two (currently known as Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons) is the fourth tier of the English football league system. It is also the bottom tier of professional football in England.

The English Football League Two season got underway on 12 September 2020 and will run until 8 May 2021. This will be the 17th season under its current name.

Watch the English League Two live streams on a digital device anywhere you have a suitable internet connection. One of the best ways to watch the English League Two is the bet365 live streaming service.

To watch a bet365 stream users must be logged in and have a funded account or to have placed a bet within the last 24 hours. 18+ terms and conditions apply.

English League Two Live Streaming

Watch the English League Two online with the bet365 live streaming service. Live streaming is a great way to watch football anywhere you are as long as you have a digital device and a suitable internet connection. 

The bet365 live streaming service features football club competitions and international tournaments all over the world. Stream English League Two live online with bet365:

  • Log-in or register for an account at bet365 (use the bonus code "NEWBONUS")
  • Visit bet365 > live streaming > football > England
  • When the live streaming window opens, select the English League Two match you want to watch.
  • Registered depositing users can watch & bet on English League Two.

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English League One Winners & Runners-up

Coventry City are the current holders of the English League One title and were thus promoted to the Englsh Football League Championship for this season.

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2019–20 Swindon Town (3) Crewe Alexandra Plymouth Argyle Northampton Town
2018–19 Lincoln City (2) Bury Milton Keynes Dons Tranmere Rovers
2017–18 Accrington Stanley Luton Town Wycombe Wanderers Coventry City
2016–17 Portsmouth Plymouth Argyle Doncaster Rovers Blackpool
2015–16 Northampton Town (2) Oxford United Bristol Rovers AFC Wimbledon
2014–15 Burton Albion Shrewsbury Town Bury Southend United
2013–14 Chesterfield (4) Scunthorpe United Rochdale Fleetwood Town
2012–13 Gillingham (2) Rotherham United Port Vale Bradford City
2011–12 Swindon Town (2) Shrewsbury Town Crawley Town Crewe Alexandra
2010–11 Chesterfield (3) Bury Wycombe Wanderers Stevenage
2009–10 Notts County (3) Bournemouth Rochdale Dagenham & Redbridge
2008–09 Brentford (3) Exeter City Wycombe Wanderers Gillingham
2007–08 Milton Keynes Dons Peterborough United Hereford United Stockport County
2006–07 Walsall (2) Hartlepool United Swindon Town Bristol Rovers
2005–06 Carlisle United (2) Northampton Town Leyton Orient Cheltenham Town
2004–05 Yeovil Town Scunthorpe United Swansea City Southend United
2003–04 Doncaster Rovers (3) Hull City Torquay United Huddersfield Town
2002–03 Rushden & Diamonds Hartlepool United Wrexham Bournemouth
2001–02 Plymouth Argyle Luton Town Mansfield Town Cheltenham Town
2000–01 Brighton & Hove Albion (2) Cardiff City Chesterfield Blackpool
1999–2000 Swansea City Rotherham United Northampton Town Peterborough United
1998–99 Brentford (2) Cambridge United Cardiff City Scunthorpe United
1997–98 Notts County (2) Macclesfield Town Lincoln City Colchester United
1996–97 Wigan Athletic Fulham Carlisle United Northampton Town
1995–96 Preston North End Gillingham Bury Plymouth Argyle
1994–95 Carlisle United Walsall - Chesterfield
1993–94 Shrewsbury Town Chester City Crewe Alexandra Wycombe Wanderers
1992–93 Cardiff City Wrexham Barnet York City
1991–92 Burnley Rotherham United Mansfield Town Blackpool
1990–91 Darlington Stockport County Hartlepool United, Peterborough United Torquay United
1989–90 Exeter City Grimsby Town Southend United Cambridge United
1988–89 Rotherham United Tranmere Rovers Crewe Alexandra Leyton Orient
1987–88 Wolverhampton Wanderers Cardiff City Bolton Wanderers Swansea City
1986–87 Northampton Town Preston North End Southend United Aldershot
1985–86 Swindon Town Chester City Mansfield Town, Port Vale
1984–85 Chesterfield (2) Blackpool Darlington, Bury
1983–84 York City Doncaster Rovers Reading, Bristol City
1982–83 Wimbledon Hull City Port Vale, Scunthorpe United
1981–82 Sheffield United Bradford City Wigan Athletic, Bournemouth
1980–81 Southend United Lincoln City Doncaster Rovers, Wimbledon
1979–80 Huddersfield Town Walsall Newport County, Portsmouth
1978–79 Reading Grimsby Town Wimbledon, Barnsley
1977–78 Watford Southend United Swansea City, Brentford
1976–77 Cambridge United Exeter City Colchester United, Bradford City
1975–76 Lincoln City Northampton Town Reading, Tranmere Rovers
1974–75 Mansfield Town Shrewsbury Town Rotherham United, Chester City
1973–74 Peterborough United (2) Gillingham Colchester United, Bury
1972–73 Southport Hereford United Cambridge United, Aldershot
1971–72 Grimsby Town Southend United Brentford, Scunthorpe United
1970–71 Notts County Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic Oldham Athletic, York City
1969–70 Chesterfield Wrexham Swansea City, Port Vale
1968–69 Doncaster Rovers (2) Halifax Town Rochdale, Bradford City
1967–68 Luton Town Barnsley Hartlepools United, Crewe Alexandra
1966–67 Stockport County Southport Barrow, Tranmere Rovers
1965–66 Doncaster Rovers Darlington Torquay United, Colchester United
1964–65 Brighton & Hove Albion Millwall York City, Oxford United
1963–64 Gillingham Carlisle United Workington, Exeter City
1962–63 Brentford Oldham Athletic Crewe Alexandra, Mansfield Town
1961–62 Millwall Colchester United Wrexham, Carlisle United
1960–61 Peterborough United Crystal Palace Northampton Town, Bradford
1959–60 Walsall Notts County Torquay United, Watford
1958–59 Port Vale Coventry City York City, Shrewsbury Town

English League Two Format

The English League Two consists of 24 teams, all of which play each other home and away over the course of a 46 match season.

The top three teams gain automatic promotion to the Championship while the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th placed teams play in the playoffs. The winner of the playoffs is then promoted to the English League One division.

The bottom two clubs in the English League Two at the end of the season are relegated to the National League.

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English League Two FAQ

Where can I watch English League Two Live Streams?

Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch English League Two live streams.

Who has won the most English League Two titles?

Chesterfield have won the English League Two title on four occasions which is the most of any team. Brentford, Doncaster Rovers, Notts County and Swindon Town have won it three times each.

Who are the English League Two champions?

Swindon Town are the current English League Two champions after they beat Crewe Alexander to the title in the 2019-20 season.

When is the English League Two?

The English League Two runs from 12 September 2020 until 8 May 2021.

How many teams are in the English League Two?

There are 24 teams that compete in the English League Two .

What teams play in the English League Two?

The teams that will compete in the English League One are as follows: Barrow, Bolton Wanderers, Bradford City, Cambridge United, Carlisle United, Cheltenham Town, Colchester United, Crawley Town, Exeter City, Forest Green Rovers, Grimsby Town, Harrogate Town, Leyton Orient, Mansfield Town, Morecambe, Newport County, Oldham Athletic, Port Vale, Salford City, Scunthorpe United, Southend United, Stevenage, Tranmere Rovers and Walsall.


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