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The campaigns in the Championship, League One and League Two will begin on September 12, as previously announced, while the regular seasons in all three divisions will conclude on May 8/9, 2021. The Championship will feature 13 midweek match rounds, while League One and League Two will have 11 respectively due to the delayed start to the new season amid the coronavirus pandemic. The season will conclude with the play-off finals to be held at Wembley Stadium over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend May 29-31, 2021. The first four rounds will be held during the month of September, with the two-legged semi-finals being replaced by a single tie. The first round of the competition - which will officially mark the start of the EFL season - is scheduled to take place on September 5, but due to the international window may be played on alternative dates.
The following three rounds will then be played on consecutive midweeks starting September 15/16. Premier League sides will enter the competition in the second or third round if they have qualified for European competition. The first-round draw has already taken place, with Barrow visiting Derby for their first game in the competition since the 1971/72 season, while Newport will host Swansea. The EFL Trophy, formerly known as the Leasing.com Trophy, will begin on September 7 and culminate at Wembley Stadium on March 14. The new, rearranged Premier League campaign will run from Saturday September 12 through to Sunday May 23, 2021.
2019/20 Super Cup, 2020/21 Premier League starts, 2020/21 Sky Bet EFL starts, 2020/21 Carabao Cup R1-4, 2020/21 EFL Trophy starts, 2020/21 Champions League qualifying/play-offs, 2020/21 Europa League qualifying, Nations League group stage, 2020/21 Women's Champions League qualifying 2020/21 Champions League group stage, 2020/21 Europa League play-offs/group stage, 2020/21 Women's Champions League qualifying, EFL trophy matchday 2, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, EFL Trophy matchday 3, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage, Women's Champions League Round of 32 Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, Carabao Cup R5, EFL Trophy Round of 32 Carabao Cup semi-finals, EFL Trophy Round of 16 Champions League Round of 16, Europa League Round of 32, Carabao Cup final, EFL Trophy quarter-/semi-finals Europa League, Round of 16, EFL Trophy final, Women's Champions League quarter-finals, Women's Champions League Round of 16 Premier League & EFL seasons finish, EFL play-offs, Champions League final, Europa League final, Women's Champions League semi-finals/final The new season is only three weeks away for Norwich City – and they will soon know the route they have to take for an immediate return to the top flight. Sporting director Stuart Webber and head coach Daniel Farke have been busy in the transfer market, with nine new players joining, most of them providing competition in the first team squad, which returned to training this week. The Premier League fixtures came out on Thursday – and the Championship, League One and League Two are due to be revealed from 9am on Friday, August 21. The new league season is due to begin on the weekend of September 12. Sign up NOW for daily Blues headlines straight to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email The new Championship season is only a matter of weeks away from starting and Blues will soon find out who their side will face under new boss Aitor Karanaka.
Sign up NOW for your daily Stoke City newsletter straight to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email The new Championship season is only a matter of weeks away from starting. The play-offs saw Fulham eventually emerge triumphant, defeating fellow London side Brentford in the final to win back a place in the Premier League at the first time of asking after suffering relegation in the 2018/19 campaign. Taking their place in the Championship will be Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City who all suffered relegation from the Premier League, the former two on the final day of the season. Wycombe Wanderers earned their place in the Championship via the play-offs and beat Oxford United 2-1 in the final. The schedule in the Championship, League One and League Two are due to be revealed from 9am on Friday, August 21. That's the day after the Premier League fixtures have been released.