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League Two Football Club Hotel and Travel Guide

Football Travel Guide League Division Two

Lower league football certainly does not mean lower level entertainment... so what League Two may lack in the Premier League finesse is certainly made up for in the sheer raw passion shown by players and supporters alike.

League Two provides drama every week with some of footballs' formerly biggest clubs slugging it out with some traditionally smaller and newer clubs - both aiming for a chance in the big time.

The football travel guide is here to help you make the most of your football day from important club contact numbers and web addresses to great quality and competitively priced hotel accommodation close to the ground. Simply select the football club below for all the information you need...

AFC Wimbledon Accrington Stanley Aldershot Town
Barnet Bradford City Bristol Rovers
Burton Albion Cheltenham Town Crawley Town
Crewe Alexandra Dagenham & Redbridge Gillingham
Hereford United Macclesfield Town Morecambe
Northampton Town Oxford United Plymouth Argyle
Port Vale Rotherham United Shrewsbury Town
Southend United Swindon Town Torquay United

League Two - what's at stake?

Kicking off in August, League Two pits 24 teams against each other, home and away, over the course of 10 gruelling months.

At the end of the season the top 2 in the league are automatically promoted to League One.

The teams finishing in third, fourth, fifth and sixth places in League Two qualify for the Play-Offs - where they get to battle it out for the one remaining promotion place to the League One.

The third and sixth placed teams, and fourth and fifth placed teams, play each other in a two-legged Semi-Final before competing in the Final at Wembley.

At the other end of the final season table, the teams who finish in the bottom 2 places - 23 and 24 - are relegated (demoted) to non league Conference football (Blue Square Premier League).

 

Going to the League One Play Off final?

The League 2 Play-Off Final takes place at Wembley Stadium on a Sunday in late May. Tickets for the game are available via the competing clubs and so select the relevant team above for the contact details. Check out our Wembley Stadium page for details on how to get their and hotels close by.

 

What happened in League Two 2010/11

Chesterfield won the title with Bury and Wycombe Wanderers joining them in the automatic promotion places to League One. Although they finished 6th in the league, Stevenage gained promotion via the play offs.

Stockport County completed a sad demise, falling from the football league having after so recently being in the Championship. They were joined by Lincoln City in the move to non league football.

 

What happened in League Two 2009/10

With the help of a significant cash injection from new owners, Notts County won the title comfortably by 10 points. Bournemouth and Rochdale joined them via an automatic promotion place. In the play off's, 7th placed Dagenham and Redbridge beat Rotherham United to clinch the final promotion place. Losing play off semi finalists were Morecambe and Aldershot Town.

Grimsby Town and Darlington were the 2 teams who were relagated from League Two and will play next season in the Football Conference.

2009/10 summary

Notts County (1, promoted as Champions)

Bournemouth (2, promoted)

Rochdale (3, promoted)

Dagenham and Redbridge (promoted by winning play off final)

Grimsby Town (23rd relegated)

Darlington (24th relegated)

 

What happened in League Two 2008/9

In the 2008/9 League Two football season Brentford were the Champions and were promoted with Wycombe Wanderers and Exeter City on a drammatic last day of the season. The play off final was won by Gillingham who beat Shrewsbury Town in the play-off final.

Luton Town failed to overcome the points deduction applied by the FA and as a result were relegated alongside Chester City to the non-league Conference Division.

2008/09 summary

Brentford (1, promoted as Champions)

Exeter City (2, promoted)

Wycombe Wanderers (3, promoted)

Gillingham (promoted by winning play off final against Shrewsbury Town)

Chester City (23rd relegated)

Luton Town (24th relegated)

 

 

 

 

 

 
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