All the ups and downs in the English Football League
The English Football League season is now done and dusted for another year with teams up and down the country either celebrating or commiserating.
Norwich, Luton and Lincoln have been promoted from their leagues as champions while some big names suffered relegation.
Norwich won the Championship this season
Notts County dropped out of the EFL for the first time in their history and the likes of Ipswich, Plymouth and Yoevil also had difficult campaigns.
All eyes are now on the play-offs in the three leagues as the final few teams strive to go up as well.
When are the Championship play-offs? Fixture dates and kick-off times
Championship: Derby and Leeds in ‘Spygate’ reunion, Villa face West Brom
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Championship top scorer: Who has most goals, assists and clean sheets?
Sol Campbell urges Macclesfield to spend their budget wisely this summer
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Championship round-up: Norwich win title as Derby secure play-off place
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When are the League Two play-offs? Fixture dates and kick-off times confirmed
When are the League One play-offs? Fixture dates and kick-off times confirmed
Luton win League One title, Southend and Wimbledon stay up, Doncaster in play-offs
League Two: MK Dons promoted, Sol Campbell’s Macclesfield survive, Notts County down
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EFL promotions and relegations
Promoted: Norwich (champions), Sheffield United
Play-offs: Leeds, West Brom, Aston Villa, Derby
Relegated: Rotherham, Bolton, Ipswich
* Click here for full details about the Championship play-offs
Luton were crowned champions of League One this season
Promoted: Luton (champions), Barnsley
Play-offs: Charlton, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Doncaster
Relegated: Plymouth, Walsall, Scunthorpe, Bradford
* Click here for full details about the League One play-offs
Neal Ardley’s Notts County dropped out of the EFL for the first time in their history
Promoted: Lincoln (champions), Bury, MK Dons
Play-offs: Mansfield, Forest Green, Tranmere, Newport
Relegated: Notts County, Yeovil
* Click here for full details about the League Two play-offs