Liverpool and Manchester United Under-21s will become the latest Category One Academy sides to make an appearance in the EFL Trophy during the 2019/20 campaign.
Dean Windass: "Would I want to be Hull City Manager? Without doubt."
Justin Edinburgh, who sadly passed away on Saturday 8 June 2019, enjoyed great success as both a player and a manager in the English game.
England manager Gareth Southgate was honoured to receive special recognition from the EFL ahead of the Three Lions' participation in the UEFA Nations League.
We speak exclusively to the Blackpool legend after he announced his retirement this week!
The EFL Board has appointed Debbie Jevans CBE to the role of Executive Chair of the English Football League.
The EFL has today made a further commitment to improving equality in first-team football by introducing a recruitment code into Regulations in order to help address the under-representation of Black,...
The EFL Board accepts that it may be asked on occasions to consider a temporary relocation as a means for securing a Club’s ongoing participation in the competition.
The EFL’s ground-breaking collaboration with Mind, the mental health charity, has been recognised at the 2019 Sports Business Awards.
The EFL and Carabao have today announced a two-year extension to their partnership that will see the Thai energy drinks brand continue as Official Title Sponsor of the Carabao Cup until 2022.
Aston Villa beat Derby County 2-1 in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final to secure their place in the Premier League for the 2019/20 season.
Blackburn Rovers, represented by Whitefield Primary School, won this year’s EFL Kids Cup Championship Final following an incredibly tight affair at Wembley Stadium.
Match-winner Patrick Bauer says he was that caught up in the moment that he cannot remember putting the ball into the back of Sunderland’s goal.
Charlton Athletic came from behind and scored deep into added time to secure promotion to the Sky Bet Championship at the expense of Sunderland at Wembley Stadium.
Wycombe Wanderers, represented by The Gerrards Cross C.E. School, won this year's EFL Kids Cup League One Grand Final following a tight affair at Wembley Stadium.
Play-Off Final-winning manager Micky Mellon says a lot of hard work has gone into this season, as he watched his Tranmere Rovers side gain promotion to Sky Bet League One in dramatic fashion.
Tranmere Rovers secured their place in Sky Bet League One for the 2019/20 season after beating 10-man Newport County 1-0 in the most dramatic fashion at Wembley Stadium.