The EFL notes the Government has today approved in principle a renewal of the Premier League’s domestic broadcast arrangements and welcomes the increased funding that is to be made available for...
Led by English football, on the weekend of Friday 30 April to Monday 3 May, sport united across the world to call on social media companies to do more to stop online abuse. Now the pressure is on...
The 2020/2021 season has been extremely challenging for all Clubs in relation to their pitches but, as ever, ground staff have produced some fantastic work throughout the campaign.
English football welcomes the announcement of the Online Safety Bill in today’s Queen’s Speech and we are calling for it to be enacted in legislation as soon as possible.
The EFL can confirm that a total of 4502 players and Club staff from all 72 EFL Clubs were tested as part of last week’s testing programme, with zero positive cases returned.
An Independent League Arbitration Panel has allowed the EFL’s appeal against the outcome of an independent Disciplinary Commission in respect of misconduct charges brought against Derby County.
The EFL can confirm that the Sky Bet Play-Off Semi-Finals and Finals will see a return of supporters in the Championship, League One and League Two.
Each year, 11 May is a date that sees the football world come together and pause to remember events on this day in 1985, which saw 56 fans go to a game at Valley Parade but never return home.
Blackburn Rovers star Tyrhys Dolan joined a group of local residents for a special walk at the club's Ewood Park home, to mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021.
The English Football League (EFL) will today see its Clubs, CCOs and their communities do a ‘Mile For Mind’ to mark this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, taking place from 10–16 May 2021.
A footballing career that spans two decades is bound to have its fair share of ups and downs but, in the case of Jobi McAnuff, they have not only been extraordinary, but also the making of a truly...
The final weekend of the regular EFL campaign never fails to deliver, and the 2020/21 instalment was no different!
Blackpool goalkeeper Chris Maxwell has won the Sky Bet League One Golden Glove award for the 2020/21 season.
Peterborough United striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has won the Sky Bet League One Golden Boot award for the 2020/21 season.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, the EFL is supporting Mind to step up the fight for mental health.
Graham Salisbury has confirmed that Sunday's Sky Bet League One fixture between Wigan Athletic and Swindon Town will be his last as a National Group Referee.
Salford City goalkeeper Václav Hladký has won the Sky Bet League Two Golden Glove award for the 2020/21 season.
Cambridge United striker Paul Mullin has won the Sky Bet League Two Golden Boot award for the 2020/21 season.
Swansea City goalkeeper Freddie Woodman has won the Sky Bet Championship Golden Glove award for the 2020/21 season.