EFL Championship

The EFL Championship API covers all Championship scores, results, statistics, squads and matches.

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The Championship standings

The Championship table

The competition includes 24 teams that fight for promotion to the Premier League. The team on top of the EFL Championship table and the team in second place will get their promotion, while the third spot for promotion will be determined after playoffs. The numbers 3 and 6 play each other in one semi-final, and the numbers 4 and 5 play each other. After that, a final will decide the other team that will get its promotion to the highest league in England. The three teams at the bottom of the EFL Championship table relegate to the League One.

Teams relegate from the Premier League and promote from the League One to get twenty-four teams in the EFL Championship again. Let’s take a look at the Championship table and fixtures.

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EFL Championship teams

Below you can find all the teams and team information of the active teams in the 2021/2022 season of the Championship.


The team has played their home games at Turf Moor since 1883, when they relocated from their old location at Calder Vale. Prior to the 1910–11 season, the club colours of claret and blue were selected as an homage to the then-Football League champions Aston Villa. Because of the prominent colour of their home jerseys, the team is known as “the Clarets.” The present Burnley logo is based on the town’s coat of arms. The club has a long-standing rivalry with Blackburn Rovers, with whom it competes in the East Lancashire Derby.


Watford Football Club is an English professional football club based in Watford, Hertfordshire. They play in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football, after being relegated from the Premier League finishing 19th in the 2021/22 season.

Norwich City

Norwich City Football Club is also known as The Yellows and The Canaries. Following their relegation from the Premier League in the 2021–22 season, they will play in the EFL Championship in 2022–23. The club was established in 1902. Norwich City have played their home games at Carrow Road since 1935, and they have a long-standing and bitter rivalry with East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town, with whom they have contested the East Anglian derby 134 times since 1902. Ipswich have won 60 of these matches, while Norwich City have won 57.

Blackburn Rovers is a club located in Blackburn, and they play their home matches in Ewood Park, which has a capacity of 31,367. The club was founded on 5 November 1875 and is owned by Venky’s investment group. Their current coach is Tony Mowbray. Their all-time top score is Alan Shearer, with 112 goals in 138 games. Even though he scored the most goals, he was not the player leaving for the highest transfer fee. This was the fee received for Andy Cole, who left for Manchester United for €12.2 million.

Queens Park Rangers was founded in 1882 when St Jude’s and Christchurch Rangers fused. The home games are played at Loftus Road, which has a capacity of 19,100. Les Ferdinand is the all-time top scorer with 81 goals.

West Bromwich Albion FC was founded in 1878 by Salter’s Spring Works employees in West Bromwich. West Brom plays its matches at The Hawthorns with a capacity of 26,850. The head coach is Valérien Ismaël. The all-time top scorer is Ronnie Allen, with 415 games and 210 goals.

Middlesbrough is also known as Boro and was founded in 1876. The home ground of Boro is the Riverside Stadium (34,742 capacity), located in Middlesbrough. The coach is Chris Wilder, and the all-time top scorer is George Camsell, while Tim Williamson is the player with the most appearances for the club. The highest transfer fee ever received is Adama Traoré, who left the club to go to Wolverhampton Wanderers for £18m.

Huddersfield Town FC was founded in 1908 and plays its home matches at the John Smiths Stadium, which offers room for 25,000 fans. The all-time top scorer is George Brown with 159 goals.

Coventry City FC has existed since 1883. Since 2021 the club is back at the Coventry Building Society Arena, which has a capacity of 32,753 for football games. Also, it is used for concerts and has a capacity of 40,000. Dion Dublin is the all-time top scorer with 62 goals.

Luton Town FC was founded in 1885 and plays at the Kenilworth Road Stadium in Luton. The stadium has a capacity of 10,356. Steve Howard was the club’s top scorer for five seasons in a row (2001-02 to 2005-06. However, Gordon Turner is the all-time top scorer with 276 goals. Steve Howard is only the number six on this list.


Stoke City FC was founded in 1863 and is the second oldest professional football club globally. Only, Notts County FC is older. The home games are played at the Britannia Stadium, with a capacity of 30,089. Freddie Steele is the all-time top scorer.

Preston North End FC was founded in 1881 and plays in the Deepdale stadium (23,404). It was the first football champion of England. Therefore, it was the first football champion in the world as well. The current coach is Frankie McAvoy. The all-time top scorer is Tom Finney with 163 goals.

Blackpool FC was founded in 1887. The club was accepted for joining the Football League in 1896 but was deleted in 1899. A year later, they were added to the league again. Now they are playing in the Championship. Their home ground is Bloomfield Road which has a capacity of 17,338. Neil Critchley is the head coach, while Simon Sadler is the owner.

Millwall FC was founded in 1885. The coach is Gary Rowett. The home matches are being played in The Den, which has a capacity of 20,146. The club has its own documentary named “No one likes us, we don’t care.

Bristol City is one of the two professional clubs in Bristol. The club was founded in 1897 and plays at Ashton Gate with a capacity of 27,000. At the moment, Nigel Pearson is the coach. Another interesting fact is that they are called The Robins. The all-time top scorer is John Atyeo.

Birmingham was founded in 1875 and was named The Small Heath Alliance. The home ground is St. Andrew’s Stadium, with a capacity of 29,409. The all-time top scorer of Birmingham is Joe Bradtford.

Swansea City was founded in 1912 and is located in Wales. Liberty Stadium is the home ground of The Swans is the Liberty Stadium with a capacity of 21,088. The head coach is Russel Martin, and the all-time top scorer is Ivor Allchruch.

Hull City AFC was founded in 1904 and plays its matches in Kingston. The stadium is called MKM Stadium, with a capacity of 25,586. Chris Chilton is the all-time top scorer with 193 goals.

Cardiff City FC is a football club from Wales. The club was founded in 1899 when it was called Riverside FC. The Cardiff City Stadium has a capacity of 33,280. Len Davies is the all-time top scorer with 179 goals scored.

Reading FC was founded in 1871 and plays at the Madejski Stadium, which has a capacity of 24.161. Trevor Senior is the all-time top scorer with 191 goals scored.

Sheffield United FC was founded in 1889 and plays at Bramall Lane with a capacity of 32,050. Billy Sharp is the all-time goal scorer with 122 goals (at the moment of writing), and he is the all-time top scorer of the Championship. Abdullah bin Musaid Al Saud is the owner of the club.

Wigan Athletic

Wigan Athletic Football Club is an English football club headquartered in Wigan, Greater Manchester. After being promoted in the 2021-22 season, the team now plays in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. They were founded in 1932 and have played in the 25,138-seat DW Stadium since 1999, formerly at Springfield Park. Although all-blue jerseys have been prominent throughout the club’s history, their colours are blue and white stripes. The club considers Bolton Wanderers to be its main derby rival.

Rotherham United

Rotherham United was formed in 1925 from the merging of Rotherham County and Rotherham Town. The club’s colours were initially yellow and black, but were changed to red and white about 1930. Rotherham United play its home games in New York Stadium, a 12,004 capacity all-seater stadium, after previously playing for 101 years at Millmoor. Rotherham joined the Football League in 1925 and spent the first 25 years of their existence in the Third Division North, the Football League’s lowest division, until being promoted to the Second Division at the end of the 1950–51 season.


Sunderland play their home games in the 49,000-capacity Stadium of Light, which replaced Roker Park in 1997. The initial ground capacity was 42,000, but it was raised to 49,000 after an extension in 2000. The club has a long history of rivalry with Newcastle United, with whom they have competed in the Tyne–Wear derby since 1898. For virtually its entire existence, the club has played in red and white striped jerseys and black shorts.