Round Two of the Carabao Cup is complete. The two nights of ties provided plenty of talking points, upsets and action. Here's the round-up.
As part of its long term international growth strategy, the EFL has held its first Asian summit in Beijing with representatives of club owners, prospective partners and the Chinese business community. The Summit took place prior to the Carabao Cup Round Three draw, making its debut in the Chinese Capital.
MCOT Public Company Limited has been unveiled as the EFL’s official Thai broadcast partner for the 2017/18 season.
The match official appointments for Sky Bet EFL games on 25th and 26th August 2017.
The Carabao Cup moves into its second round stage on this week, with the introduction of several Premier League sides into the competition.
It's Team of the Week time! In what is just the third selection of the 2017/18 EFL season, two players have made the XI for the second time.
The draw for Round Three of the Carabao Cup will take place in Beijing, China on Thursday 24th August 2017.
Six teams can still boast a perfect start to the 2017/18 season following the latest weekend of EFL fixtures, which also saw a lengthy streak ended and a landmark victory for one of the 72.
The EFL weekend got under way on Friday night, with Burton Albion coming out on top against Birmingham City in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
As a mark of respect to those who lost their lives in the tragic events in Barcelona on Thursday evening, the EFL requests clubs wear black armbands at all EFL fixtures over the weekend of 18th and 19th August.
The EFL action continues this weekend, with a full programme of fixtures in the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two.
The Sky Bet Championship and Checkatrade Trophy provided the entertainment in midweek, but it's back to a full schedule across all three divisions this weekend
The 2017/18 Checkatrade Trophy got under way with a goal-filled opening week, which saw twists, turns, and a triumph for teenage talent.
This season, thanks to the EFL’s new streaming service iFollow, EFL fans based overseas can now tune in and watch their club’s league fixtures live.
Twenty-seven goals across 10 fixtures provided an action-packed Tuesday night, which also saw three teams keep up their perfect start to the new season.
With discussion surrounding the summer transfer window closing prior to the start of the season, the EFL have issued the following statement.
The Hawk-Eye Goal Line Technology (GLT) system will not be operational at a number of Tuesday evening’s Sky Bet Championship matches.
The match official appointments for Carabao Cup Round Two fixtures played on 22nd and 23rd August 2017.
Following a weekend packed full of goals and excitement, the Sky Bet Championship is back this week, with a complete programme of fixtures over Tuesday and Wednesday night.