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Previously known as the Football League Fourth Division, it was rebranded as League Two in the 2004/05 season and now has Sky Bet as their main sponsor. 24 clubs competing for promotion to League One is always a fascinating spectacle, and you can find all the latest League Two news here to get the content you desire.
At present, Morecambe hold the longest tenure in League Two, remaining in the division since 2007 after promotion from the National League. The league currently holds three former Premier League clubs with Swindon Town, Bradford City and Oldham Athletic competing among the rest.
In the first season of League Two, Yeovil Town finished top of the table on 83 points, while Scunthorpe United and Swansea City finished second and third respectively, thus gaining automatic promotion to League One. The first League Two play-off final was played between Lincoln City and Southend United, with the latter running out as 2-0 winners and joining the other three aforementioned sides in League One.
Tom Pope currently holds the record for most goals scored in a single League Two campaign, netting 31 times for Port Vale throughout the 2012/13 season. Throughout the existence of League Two, only twice have their been non-English players topping the goalscoring charts for the season – Jamaica’s Clayton Donaldson for Crewe Alexandra in 2010/11 with 28 goals and Scotland’s Marc McNulty in 2017/18 with 25 goals, although that accolade was shared with English striker Billy Kee.