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What is the lowest points total in the Championship?

With that point last night we have beaten Rotherham United’s lowest points total of all time in the EFL Championship of 18 points set in 2016/17!

Which teams are promoted from Championship?

The top two teams of the 2020–21 EFL Championship, Norwich City and Watford, gained automatic promotion to the Premier League, while the clubs placed from third to sixth in the table took part in 2021 English Football League play-offs.

Who got relegated from Championship 2021?

2020–21 EFL Championship

Season 2020–21
Champions Norwich City
Promoted Norwich City Watford Brentford
Relegated Wycombe Wanderers Rotherham United Sheffield Wednesday
Matches played 552

How much money do you get for winning the EFL Championship?

Prize Money For Winning EFL Cup Championship

EFL Carabao Cup 2021-22 Prize Money & Winners Share
Standings Prize Money Winning Clubs
Champions £100,000 1
Runner-ups £50,000 1
Semi Finalist £25,000 2

What is the highest points total to be relegated?

Points. Most points in a season while being relegated: 42 games: 49, Crystal Palace (1992–93)

Who won League 1 playoffs?


Blackpool 2–1 Lincoln City
Dougall 34′, 54′ Report Turton 1′ (o.g.)

Who scored the most goals in the championship?

English Championship Most goals in a season (Player)

Goals Players Competition
30 Ivan Toney Sky Bet Championship 20/21
30 Glenn Murray Npower Championship 12/13
29 Teemu Pukki Sky Bet Championship 18/19
28 Adam Armstrong Sky Bet Championship 20/21

What is the biggest stadium in the championship?

The Riverside Stadium
Grounds in Championship Ordered by Capacity

# Ground Capacity
1. The Riverside Stadium home to Middlesbrough 33,746
2. Pride Park home to Derby County 33,597
3. Cardiff City Stadium home to Cardiff City 33,280
4. Bramall Lane home to Sheffield United 32,702

How many points are needed for survival in the championship?

An average of around 47 points has been enough to survive the drop in the Championship, but the magic number has varied significantly over the years. Just 40 points would have beaten the drop (with a superior goal difference) in both 2011-12 and 2015-16, whilst 54 points were not enough to keep Peterborough up in 2012-13.

How many points do teams need to stay up?

Since the league was cut to 20 teams in 1995/96, the average points required to avoid the drop has been much lower than 40. Over the past 22 seasons, the 18th-placed team, the highest to go down, have averaged 35.8 points. So, 36 points would have been enough to stay up on at least 10 occasions.

How many points do you need to stay in the Premier League?

If the campaign carries on as it has played out so far it will take 49 points to stay up – bang on the average since the Championship was re-branded in 2004. It will take 74 points to get a place in the top six – bang on the average since 2004 – and the runners-up will get 86 points, just below average.

How many points do you need to be in the top six?

It will take 74 points to get a place in the top six – bang on the average since 2004 – and the runners-up will get 86 points, just below average. The champions are on course for just under average too.