Aston Villa have been busy strengthening their squad ahead of their Sky Bet Championship campaign, with a further three players joining Steve Bruce’s ranks this week.
We're another week closer to the start of the 2017/18 Sky Bet EFL season, and here's the latest round-up of how some of the 72 clubs have been stepping up their preparations.
A unique exhibition at next weekend’s Simmer Down Festival will unveil the prized possessions of a series of famous faces as they pledge their support to Prostate Cancer UK’s flagship Stronger Knowing More campaign.
Three days at Wembley back in May ended in jubilation and promotion for three teams, but how much of a bitter pill to swallow is defeat, and how can it affect a team?
The much anticipated local derby between Sheffield Wednesday and city rivals Sheffield United is to be screened live on Sky Sports in September, with the match confirmed for broadcast alongside six other EFL fixtures in September and early October.
Middlesbrough re-enter the Sky Bet Championship with one aim – to bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking. Garry Monk, appointed Boro boss back in June, is the man tasked with achieving that goal.
England rounded off a hugely successful summer of international football by winning the European Under-19 Championship, adding to their Under-20 World Cup and Toulon successes in June.
EFL clubs have today been notified of the latest TV selection picks and now have three days to make appropriate arrangements with police and Safety Advisory Groups to agree any proposed changes to kick-off times for live coverage.
Another week of clubs strengthening ahead of the 2017/18 has passed, and here's a look at some of the latest moves across the EFL.
It's been another busy week for EFL clubs, with pre-season matches coming thick and fast, whether on home soil or abroad.
Senior figures in football came together on Wednesday 13th July to discuss the benefits and possible impact of the Checkatrade Trophy following the group stage draw in London.
Forest Green Rovers are set to make their EFL debut this year following promotion from the National League, we take a look at how other sides have fared in their first season in the League in the last 25 years.
The 16 groups for the 2017/18 Checkatrade Trophy have now been drawn.
Although the 72 EFL clubs are turning their attention to the new campaign, it's time to rewind back to last season, and take a look at some of the #SeasonStats from the previous campaign.
EFL clubs have indicated, in principle, that they will extend the pilot of their first team recruitment code aimed at tackling the under-representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) managers and coaches to all 72 Championship, League One and League Two clubs at their forthcoming meeting in September, following a recommendation from the EFL’s Board of Directors.
Another week has passed on the road to the 2017/18 season, and a number of notable transfers were made once more. Arguably, the biggest of all came at Villa Park on Monday morning.
This week, pre-season has stepped up a notch, with a number of sides getting 90 minutes under their belt for the first time since the 2016/17 campaign came to a close.
Preston North End's appointment of Alex Neil, following the recent departure of Simon Grayson to Sunderland, means that all 72 EFL clubs now have a manager at the helm ahead of the 2017/18 season.
The EFL is pleased to announce Reading’s Chief Executive Nigel Howe has been elected to the EFL Board.