Northampton Town manager Keith Curle says achieving promotion to Sky Bet League One is the finest moment he has had in football.
No strangers to the Play-Offs, Exeter City and Northampton Town return to Wembley this evening - the scene of previous defeats for both - with the aim of reaching Sky Bet League One.
Callum Morton has been playing professional league football for less than six months. As well as a professional league debut, in those months he has scored seven goals in 11 appearances, won a Player...
Northampton Town boss Keith Curle is determined to leave no stone un-turned ahead of Monday’s crucial Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final against Exeter City at Wembley.
Sam Hoskins has experienced the highs and the lows that the end of the season can bring with Northampton Town.
The man in the middle for the Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final between Exeter City and Northampton Town on Monday 29 June has been confirmed.
This year’s Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final will see Exeter City take on Northampton Town at Wembley Stadium on Monday 29 June 2020.
The League Two Play-Off Semi-Final seconds legs take place tonight, with a place at Wembley up for grabs.
Four teams in Sky Bet League Two are vying for the chance to join Swindon Town, Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle in League One next season.
43 appearances, 15 assists and three goals. One look at Nicky Adams’ stats for Northampton Town this season, and you could be forgiven for forgetting he was 33 years of age.
The February nominations for theS ky Bet League Two Player of the Month Award are:
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The November nominations for the Sky Bet League TwoPlayer of the Month Award are:
As the start of the new Sky Bet League Two campaign draws ever closer, we've been looking at some of the top players to keep an eye on during the opening weekend.
Alan Dawson is a Northampton Town supporter and is Trekking the Peak District in July with Mind and the EFL.
A number of EFL Clubs will come together this week to launch ‘Extra Time Hubs’, which are designed to engage retired and semi-retired people and combat loneliness and inactivity.