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The Championship League is ranked second overall in the English football leagues. The league is especially competitive as the season’s top finishers are promoted to the EFL’s top league, the Premier League, while the lowest finishers are relegated down to League One. Outside of the EPL, Championship is the highest attended and most successful English football league.

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Leeds United

Leeds United Football Club is based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, and is commonly referred to as “The Whites” due to their all-white kits. Formed in 1919, the club was erected in the wake of Leeds City F.C.’s disbanding. The club had enjoyed the bulk of its success in the 1960s and 70s. Most recently, the club has reached the Champions League semi-finals stage in 2001.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa Football Club, affectionately referred to by fans as Villa, The Villa, The Villans and The Lions, has been based in Aston, Birmingham, since the club’s founding in 1874. The franchise has called Aston Park its home turf for more than 100 years. Following the club’s win over Bayern Munich in the 81-82 season, Aston Villa became one of five English clubs to be crowned European champions. The Villa has shared a noted rivalry with Birmingham City, which that has been going strong since the late 1800s. The club also enjoys particular distinction as a founding member of both the English Football League and the EPL.

 Norwich City

Also referred to as “The Canaries” or simply “City”, the brightly coloured Norwich City club has been based in Norwich, Norfolk since 1902. The club is a current participant in the championship league following an unfortunate relegation from the EPL in 2016. Prior to that event, the club had been considered a top-tier team since 1972. The club has a heated rivalry with Ipswich, which City has faced more than 130 times since 1902.


Based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, Middlesbrough F.C. is a longstanding club with roots dating back as far as 1876. The club later turned professional in 1889. Middlesbrough joined Aston Villa along with several other clubs as a founding member of the EPL in 1992. Later, it would be one of the first relegated to Championship league after the conclusion of the ‘92-‘93 season.  Sunderland and Newcastle United are chief rivals of the club, along with fellow Yorkshire club Leeds United. While a dodgy string of appearances in the early nineties tripped up the club, Middlesbrough had gone on to enjoy success on the as League Cup winners in 2004 and EUFA finalists in 2006.

Cardiff City

Playing out of Cardiff, Wales, Cardiff City was originally founded as Riverside AFC in 1889. The club would later change its name in 1908 and join the Football League in 1920. Cardiff enjoys distinction as being the only club from outside of England to have won the FA Cup. To date, the club has reached several football competition finals and has won the Welsh cup on more than 20 occasions.