Welcome to League One the third tier of English football. League One was introduced in 2004 after formally being known as the Third Division and more recently after the introduction of the Premier League in 1992 - the Second Division.
On this page you will find all League One fixtures, enter your location to find local bars and pubs showing Live League One Fixtures on TV. read more
The league consists of 24 clubs who play each other twice, totalling 46 games each in a season. At the seasons end, the top two sides are automatically promoted to the Championship with the teams finishing between 3rd and 6th entering the play-offs to see who becomes the third side promoted to the Championship. The bottom four teams are relegated to League Two with four clubs coming the other way.
The Football League is becoming more popular and the standard is getting higher throughout the leagues. This is down to its popularity with Sky holding the rights for matches and the BBC having it´s own Football League highlights show which follows the ever popular Match Of The Day. This high standard of football has been proven in recent seasons with Norwich City and Southampton both playing League One football and two seasons later finding themselves rubbing shoulders with the Premier League big boys - proof that should teams apply themselves, anything is possible in football.
Fans may recall the remarkable end of the 2012/13 League One season where Brentford hosted Doncaster with the winner guaranteed automatic promotion. With minutes remaining Brentford found themselves with a penalty to seal promotion, the penalty was missed and Doncaster raced up the other end to score and secure that all important Championship place. There was more heartache to follow for Brentford at Wembley where they lost out to Yeovil Town in the Play-Off Final.
Many neutral fans will only be attracted to the superstars of the Premier League but there is drama, entertainment and excitement throughout all the Football League and the final day of the 2012/13 season just goes to prove that.
Watch live League One football on tv in pubs and bars throughout the UK. On this page we have put together all the League One live football. Fixtures include all Sky Sports and BBC Channels.