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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 Middlesbrough 45 26 10 9 62 30 +32 88 DDDWW
2 Burnley 44 24 15 5 68 35 +33 87 WDWWD
3 Brighton & Hove Albion 44 24 15 5 70 40 +30 87 WWWWW
4 Hull City 45 23 11 11 64 34 +30 80 LWDWW
5 Derby County 44 21 14 9 65 41 +24 77 DWWWW
6 Sheffield Wednesday 45 19 17 9 65 43 +22 74 WDDDL
7 Cardiff City 45 17 16 12 55 50 +5 67 LWLDL
8 Ipswich Town 45 17 15 13 52 51 +1 66 WDDDL
9 Birmingham City 45 16 14 15 52 48 +4 62 DDDLL
10 Brentford 45 18 8 19 67 66 +1 62 WLWWD
11 Preston North End 45 15 16 14 44 44 0 61 WLDDL
12 Leeds United 45 14 16 15 49 57 -8 58 LDWWW
13 Queens Park Rangers 44 13 18 13 53 53 0 57 DLDWD
14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 45 13 16 16 51 57 -6 55 DDLLD
15 Blackburn Rovers 45 12 16 17 43 45 -2 52 WDDLD
16 Reading 45 13 13 19 51 56 -5 52 LDLLL
17 Nottingham Forest 45 12 16 17 41 46 -5 52 DWDDL
18 Bristol City 45 13 13 19 54 70 -16 52 WDLDW
19 Huddersfield Town 45 13 12 20 58 65 -7 51 LDDWD
20 Rotherham United 45 13 10 22 52 66 -14 49 LDDDW
21 Fulham 45 11 15 19 65 79 -14 48 LLDLW
22 Charlton Athletic 45 9 13 23 40 77 -37 40 WLDLL
23 Milton Keynes Dons 45 9 12 24 38 67 -29 39 LLDDL
24 Bolton Wanderers 45 5 15 25 41 80 -39 30 WLDLL
Promotion - Premier League
Promotion Play-off
Relegation - League One

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Championship: Regular Season
A. Gray Burnley 24 4
R. McCormack Fulham 21 2
A. Hernández Hull City 19 2
J. Kodjia Bristol City 19 1
T. Hemed Brighton & Hove Albion 17 5
N. Wells Huddersfield Town 17 0
J. Rhodes Middlesbrough 16 3
M. Dembélé Fulham 15 0
F. Forestieri Sheffield Wednesday 15 1
C. Martin Derby County 15 1
A. Judge Brentford 14 2
G. Hooper Sheffield Wednesday 13 0
L. Vibe Brentford 13 0
S. Vokes Burnley 13 3
T. Ince Derby County 12 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

Channels licensed to broadcast Championship in United States

 

News

Leicester City misses 1st chance to clinch Premier League title - CBC.ca
CBC.ca
Leicester missed its first chance to clinch the Premier League title, drawing 1-1 at Manchester United on Sunday to move within two points of the most unlikely championship in English soccer. Second-place Tottenham, which is eight points behind ...
Soccer|Soccer's Most Remarkable Season - New York Times
New York Times
For casual soccer fans, it may be difficult to fully understand the absurdity of Leicester City's having a chance to clinch England's Premier League title this weekend. To say it is an upset or a shock or a stunner seems wholly inadequate, particularly ...
Former Socceroos captain Neill bankrupt - dailytelegraph.com.au
dailytelegraph.com.au
Neill, who it's estimated earned close to $40m in a career that included 15 years playing in England, much of it in the Premier League, will be interviewed by executives from a British insolvency firm this week as they seek to establish the extent of ...and more »
Arsenal win amid anti-Wenger protests, Newcastle get boost - Reuters
Reuters
LONDON Arsenal closed in on another season of Champions League football with a 1-0 win over strugglers Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday but it was another uncomfortable evening for manager Arsene Wenger amid protests from fans.and more »
Newcastle's gamble on Andros Townsend might keep them in the Premier League - FOXSports.com
FOXSports.com
Or Option B: Because there was no relegation clause, Newcastle would be on the hook for Townsend's very expensive wages even in the Championship, where their revenue would be a fraction of what it was in the Premier League. That would make sorting ...
Premier League match tracker: Swansea City v Liverpool - Irish Independent
Irish Independent
Premier League match tracker: Swansea City v Liverpool. Published 01/05/2016 | 11:28. 0 Comments; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Adam Lallana of Liverpool arrives for the Barclays Premier League match between Swansea City and Liverpool ...and more »
Two-goal Hooper seals Wednesday's playoff place - Reuters UK
Reuters UK
LONDON Sheffield Wednesday secured the final Championship playoff slot on Saturday to remain on course for a possible return to the Premier League after 16 years. Wednesday only needed a draw against seventh-placed Cardiff City but made sure with a ...and more »
Debate: What's the best way to crown a league champion? - ESPN
ESPN
At the same time, playoffs very rarely live up to the type of climax that the Premier League saw in 2011-12, when Sergio Aguero won the title for Manchester City with one of the last kicks of the season. Moments like that have become storied in soccer.and more »

 

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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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