Welcome to League Two, the fourth tier of English football. League Two was introduced in 2004 after formally being known as the Fourth Division and more recently after the introduction of the Premier League in 1992 - the Third Division.
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The league consists of 24 clubs who play each other twice, totalling 46 games each in a league season. At the end of the season the top three sides are automatically promoted to League One and the teams who finish 4th to 7th battle it out in the play-offs with a final at Wembley deciding who the fourth promoted team will be. The bottom two teams are relegated from the Football League to the Conference National (Blue Square Premier) with 2 clubs coming the other way.
League Two may seem miles away from the Premier League, but just ask fans of Bradford, Wimbledon (now MK Dons) and Portsmouth if they feel that way? All three have tasted Premier League success yet found themselves in League Two less than 6 years later. In more fortunate circumstances, Fulham, who were playing football in the fourth tier in 1996 went on to make their Premier League debut just five years later. More recently, Swansea City who were promoted from League Two in 2004 are now an established Premier League club and won their first major honour by lifting the 2013 League Cup.
League Two - or the Third Division as it was back then is also the competition in where one of the greatest moments in football history took place. In 1999, on the final day of the season, Carlisle United were heading out of the football league. With seconds remaining, Carlisle found themselves with a corner kick, on-loan goalkeeper Jimmy Glass found himself in a 22-man penalty area, the ball fell to Glass and the keeper smashed the ball into the back of the net to send the Cumbrians delirious and relegate poor Scarborough to the Conference.
League Two is an exciting domestic competition where the reward for success can be priceless, it is also the most profitable fourth-tier football league in world football.
Watch live League Two football on TV in pubs and bars throughout the UK. On this page we have put together all the League One football fixtures on TV. Fixtures include all Sky Sports and BBC Channels.