EFL commits support for knee and league wide anti-discrimination activity8 Hours ago
Ahead of the weekend’s opening round of League fixtures, the EFL is reaffirming its support to any player(s) and staff who wish to take the knee during the 2021/22 season.
Carabao extend EFL Cup partnership24 June 2021
The EFL and Carabao have today announced a further two-year extension to their partnership that will see the energy drinks brand remain Title Sponsor of the Carabao Cup until 2024.
Town to host Portsmouth first as 2021/22 League One fixtures released24 June 2021
Fleetwood Town can announce we will be starting the 2021/22 Sky Bet League One season with a home clash against Portsmouth, after the fixtures were announced on Thursday morning.
Carabao Cup and Papa John’s Trophy draws to take place on EFL fixture release day22 June 2021
As part of the EFL’s fixture release day on Thursday 24 June, the Round One draws for both the Carabao Cup and Papa John’s Trophy will take place live on Sky Sports.
Win a new kit and kick off the season in style!12 June 2021
Fancy a brand spanking new set of kits for your grassroots club courtesy of Papa John’s?
Puma become new match ball sponsor for EFL3 June 2021
Global Sports brand PUMA is proud to announce an exciting new partnership to become the Official Match Ball Supplier of the English Football League (EFL).
‘Save like a pro’ with the EFL and Smart Energy GB1 June 2021
EFL legends Rob Green and Dean Windass have teamed up to highlight the small changes that football fans can make around the home to help bring energy bills under control.
EFL statement: Premier League broadcast extension13 May 2021
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...
EFL statement: Covid-19 test results11 May 2021
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.
EFL clubs and communities kick-off Mental Health Awareness Week with ‘Mile for Mind’10 May 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.
EFL statement: Covid-19 test results5 May 2021
The EFL can confirm that a total of 5208 players and Club staff from all 72 EFL Clubs were tested as part of last week’s testing programme, with zero positive cases returned.