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EFL Magazine

The Winter 2021 edition of the EFL Magazine focuses on EFL Clubs’ remarkable and ongoing response to the challenges posed by COVID and the collective effort to support communities in need, with Salford City’s Gary Neville also providing an insight into life as an EFL Club owner during the last 18 months.

The latest edition also includes an exclusive interview with Crystal Palace and England midfielder Conor Gallagher, whose senior career began in the EFL Trophy and developed via loans in the Sky Bet Championship, while Blackburn Rovers’ attacker Ben Brereton Diaz discusses, in his own words, his incredible rise to prominence both here in England and South America.

Following the publication of the Fan-Led Review, EFL Chief Executive Trevor Birch also outlines the challenges and opportunities facing the League, and game as a whole, as we look towards 2022 and beyond.

The Winter 2021 edition of the EFL Magazine can be found here.

EFL Handbook

To place an order for the 2021/22 EFL Handbook, please download the attached order form and return to the EFL with details enclosed. 
The publications order form for the 2021/22 season can be downloaded by clicking here - PUBLICATIONS ORDER FORM SEASON 202122.pdf
Please note, the EFL will not be producing an EFL Club Directory for the 2021/22 season. 

EFL in the Community Newsletter

The EFL and the EFL Trust have launched the inaugural edition of the EFL in the Community Newsletter.

The newsletter aims to showcase a selection of the invaluable activities carried out by EFL Clubs and their Club Community Organisations (CCOs), with Issue One published in Autumn 2021.

Taking place every day across England and Wales, EFL Clubs and CCOs collectively continue to make a huge difference and positive impact on our communities whilst improving people’s lives.

In this first issue, we look back on a successful EFL Trust National Conference which took place at St George’s Park last month, along with an interview from the newly-appointed Chair of the EFL Trust, Liam Scully.

In addition, the newsletter also looks back on the 10-year anniversary of the EFL Trust partnership with the National Citizen Service and how EFL Clubs have provided over 400 young people with employment via the Government’s Kickstart scheme.

Issue One of the EFL in the Community Newsletter can be found here.