EFL Championship Seasons

EFL Championship Seasons Table
Season Competition Name # Squads Champion Top Scorer
2023-2024EFL Championship24Sammie Szmodics - 18
2022-2023EFL Championship24Burnley - 101Chuba Akpom - 28
2021-2022EFL Championship24Fulham - 90Aleksandar Mitrović - 43
2020-2021EFL Championship24Norwich City - 97Ivan Toney - 31
2019-2020EFL Championship24Leeds United - 93Aleksandar Mitrović - 26
2018-2019EFL Championship24Norwich City - 94Teemu Pukki - 29
2017-2018EFL Championship24Wolverhampton Wanderers - 99Matěj Vydra - 21
2016-2017EFL Championship24Newcastle United - 94Chris Wood - 27
2015-2016Football League Championship24Burnley - 93Andre Gray - 25
2014-2015Football League Championship24Bournemouth - 90Daryl Murphy - 27
2013-2014Football League Championship0Leicester City - 102Ross McCormack - 28
2012-2013Football League Championship0Cardiff City - 87Glenn Murray - 30
2011-2012Football League Championship0Reading - 89Rickie Lambert - 27
2010-2011Football League Championship0Queens Park Rangers - 88Danny Graham - 23
2009-2010Football League Championship0Newcastle United - 102Peter Whittingham, Nicky Maynard - 20
2008-2009Football League Championship0Wolverhampton Wanderers - 90Sylvan Ebanks-Blake - 25
2007-2008Football League Championship0West Bromwich Albion - 81Sylvan Ebanks-Blake - 23
2006-2007Football League Championship0Sunderland - 88Jamie Cureton - 23
2005-2006Football League Championship0Reading - 106Marlon King - 21
2004-2005Football League Championship0Sunderland - 94Nathan Ellington - 24
2003-2004Football League First Division0Norwich City - 94Andrew Johnson - 27
2002-2003Football League First Division0Portsmouth - 98Svetoslav Todorov - 26
2001-2002Football League First Division0Manchester City - 99Shaun Goater - 28

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