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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADPForm
1   AFC Bournemouth 46 26 12 8 98 45 +53 90 WWDWW
2   Watford 46 27 8 11 91 50 +41 89 DWWWW
3   Norwich City 46 25 11 10 88 48 +40 86 WDLWW
4   Middlesbrough 46 25 10 11 68 37 +31 85 DLWWW
5   Brentford 46 23 9 14 78 59 +19 78 WWDLD
6   Ipswich Town 46 22 12 12 72 54 +18 78 LWDWW
7   Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 22 12 12 70 56 +14 78 WWDLL
8   Derby County 46 21 14 11 85 56 +29 77 LDDWD
9   Blackburn Rovers 46 17 16 13 66 59 +7 67 WDWDD
10   Birmingham City 46 16 15 15 54 64 -10 63 WWWLD
11   Cardiff City 46 16 14 16 57 61 -4 62 WWDLW
12   Charlton Athletic 46 14 18 14 54 60 -6 60 LLWDD
13   Sheffield Wednesday 46 14 18 14 43 49 -6 60 DLDWD
14   Nottingham Forest 46 15 14 17 71 69 +2 59 LLDLL
15   Leeds United 46 15 11 20 50 61 -11 56 DWLLL
16   Huddersfield Town 46 13 16 17 58 75 -17 55 DDDDW
17   Fulham 46 14 10 22 62 83 -21 52 LWWDD
18   Bolton Wanderers 46 13 12 21 54 67 -13 51 LLDDL
19   Reading 46 13 11 22 48 69 -21 50 WLLLL
20   Brighton & Hove Albion 46 10 17 19 44 54 -10 47 DLLDL
21   Rotherham United 46 11 16 19 46 67 -21 46 DWDDL
22   Millwall 46 9 14 23 42 76 -34 41 LDLDW
23   Wigan Athletic 46 9 12 25 39 64 -25 39 LLWLD
24   Blackpool 46 4 14 28 36 91 -55 26 DLLLL
Promotion - Premier League
Promotion Play-off
Relegation - League One

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Championship: Regular Season
D. Murphy Ipswich Town 27 1
T. Deeney Watford 21 3
J. Rhodes Blackburn Rovers 21 2
R. Gestede Blackburn Rovers 20 0
O. Ighalo Watford 20 0
C. Wilson AFC Bournemouth 20 1
C. Jerome Norwich City 18 0
C. Martin Derby County 18 3
P. Bamford Middlesbrough 17 0
R. McCormack Fulham 17 4
A. Gray Brentford 16 0
M. Vydra Watford 16 2
B. Assombalonga Nottingham Forest 15 2
C. Donaldson Birmingham City 15 0
B. Johnson Norwich City 15 0
Championship: Final Stage
C. Jerome Norwich City 1 0
N. Redmond Norwich City 1 0
Championship: North
B. Zamora Queens Park Rangers 1 0

 

News

Soccer roundup: England, Japan advance to Women's World Cup semis
Boston Globe
Lucy Bronze had never played in front of anything she could compare to that flag-waving, drum-banging, deafening Canadian crowd. Jodie Taylor had to laugh as she looked around BC Place to see a few overwhelmed English fans in that rambunctious sea ...
Women's soccer fever grips England in historic World Cup run
Moulton Advertiser
A England fan cheers while waiting for Canada and England to play a FIFA Women's World Cup quarter-final soccer game in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Saturday June 27, 2015. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT.
Women's World Cup 2015: England to face Canada in quarter-final after win ...
National Post
The Canadians edged England 1-0 in Hamilton on a highlight-reel goal from Sophie Schmidt in the final warmup for both teams prior to the World Cup. The English, however, were still getting acclimatized after landing in North American and did not field ...
USA vs. Germany in Women's World Cup Semifinal Featuring Top Teams in the ...
U.S. Soccer (press release) (registration) (blog)
The USA and Germany will play the first of two semifinal matches, as Japan meets England on July 1 in Edmonton, with the USA earning its way into the final four with a 1-0 victory against China PR on June 26 in Ottawa. FANS CREATE HOME FIELD ATMOSPHERE ...
England 1-3 Italy: European Under-21 Championship, as it happened
The Guardian
England were a ragged shambles, with only Jesse Lingard and Nathan Redmond coming out of that with any credit. Ruben Loftus-Cheek too, perhaps, simply by omission. Gareth Southgate's typically English decision to play it safe has backfired ...
LA Once Had A Championship-Winning Jewish Soccer Team
LAist
They were a successful team, winning five National Challenge Cups (a soccer tournament similar to the FA Cup in England that is now called the US Open Cup) between 1971 and 1981. The only other team to win five times was Bethlehem Steel, from ...
How to Watch the FIFA Women's World Cup for Free
TIME
FOX Sports has the English-language rights to broadcast the tournament in the U.S. A total of 16 matches will be aired on plain old FOX, including the tournament championship match, the third-place match, and half of the quarterfinals and semifinals.
FOX announces broadcaster line-up for Women's World Cup quarterfinals
World Soccer Talk
JP Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco and Cat Whitehill will continue to call the U.S. Women's National team matches for the tournament when the USWNT take on China in a rematch of the 1999 World Cup final that gave the United States their second World Cup ...

 

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About England - Championship

The English Championship is made up of 24 teams. At the end of each season, 18 teams remain; they are joined by three relegated sides from the English Premier League and three promoted teams from League One. The promotion spots to the English Premier League are not easy to win though. The top two qualify automatically; the teams from third to sixth enter the play-offs, the winner of which goes into the Premier League along with the top two clubs.

Did you know? After the 2004-05 season, the Championship had higher attendance than both France's Ligue 1 and Italy's Serie A!

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