Date: 28th May 2006 at 6:38pm
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The 24 teams that will be competing for the League Two title next season have today been finalised after Cheltenham Town defeated Grimsby Town in the League Two Play-Off final to go into League One.

From League One Walsall, Swindon Town, Milton Keynes Dons and Hartlepool United will be coming down and they will be replaced by Carlisle United, Northampton Town, Leyton Orient and Cheltenham Town.

Accrington Stanley and Hereford United will be coming up from the Conference, whilst Rushden & Diamonds and Oxford United went down to make up the numbers.

The 24 teams competing in Coca-Cola League Two in the 2006/2007 season are:

Accrington Stanley
Boston United
Bristol Rovers
Chester City
Grimsby Town
Hartlepool United
Hereford United
Lincoln City
Macclesfield Town
Mansfield Town
Milton Keynes Dons
Notts County
Peterborough United
Shrewsbury Town
Stockport County
Swindon Town
Torquay United
Wycombe Wanderers


4 Replies to “League Two Teams Decided”

  • Interesting mix of ‘big’ teams and ‘small’ teams, who do you want first game? Bury, Chester, Macc, Rochdale, Accrington Stanley – any of them away would be fantastic.

  • Ok, I’d prefer Torquay away very early so we can get that out of the way. Then I’d like a nice local derby on Boxing Day and New Years Day/Eve (if there is a fixture then). Does anyone know the process that they go through to decided the fixtures?

  • For me personally I’d love Macclesfield away first game, but I’m not really too fussed – we have to play them all twice at some stage.

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