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EFL fines 12 clubs for fielding under-strength teams in Checkatrade Trophy. Five-year-old with brain tumour named in Rochdale squad.
Two-thirds of Checkatrade Trophy games fail to attract crowds above 1, Checkatrade Trophy rules circumvented by Bradford as attendances drop further.
The Bradford keeper Colin Doyle was substituted after three minutes against Bury as the club got round the rules laid down for the re-formatted Football League competition.
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Barnsley and Adam Hammill just too good for Oxford in Wembley thriller. About 54 results for Checkatrade Trophy 1 2 3. The current champions are Lincoln City , who beat Shrewsbury Town 1—0 in the final to win the competition for the first time.
The most successful club is Bristol City , who have lifted the trophy three times, in , and , and were finalists in and The competition was inaugurated as the Associate Members' Cup in the —84 season and followed on from the short-lived Football League Group Cup.
This was in the same year of the reorganisation that followed after Division One broke away to form the Premier League and the Football League became responsible for just the lower three professional divisions.
The competition now features 16 regional groups of four teams with eight groups in each of Northern and Southern sections , with the top two from each group progressing to the knockout stages, the first two rounds of which remain regionalised before an open draw from the quarter finals onwards.
Following the introduction of 16 category 1 Premier League and Championship academy sides to the EFL Trophy as of the season, a wide-scale backlash to this move led to a boycotting of matches within the EFL trophy by supporters of League One and League Two clubs, in particular those against academy sides.
As a result, this has led to record-breaking low attendances across the country. Notable record low attendances include:. In the first year of the tournament, the 48 eligible Third and Fourth Division clubs were split into North and South sections of 24 teams each.
The first round had 12 knockout ties in each section, and the second had six. In each section the two second-round losers with the 'narrowest' defeats were reprieved, and joined the six other clubs in the regional quarter-finals.
A major change was introduced for the —86 tournament , with 8 three-team groups being set up in each of the two sections. Teams played one home and one away game and the group winners proceeded to the regional knockout stages.
For a number of seasons in the early to mids, the competition ran with only seven three-team groups, two teams in each section receiving a bye into the knockout stages.
The group phase was abolished for the —97 tournament ; instead, 8 teams in each section received a bye to the second round, where they were joined by the 8 winners of the first-round ties.
The number of Conference entrants was increased to 12 starting in —03 , resulting in 14 first-round ties, and two teams in each regional section gaining a bye into the second round.
Conference teams no longer participated from the —07 tournament onward, and the format reverted to 8 first-round teams in each section, with 8 sides gaining byes to the second round.
The competition has always been contested by all teams at Levels Three and Four of the English football league system. Between —01 and —06 the event was also open to a certain number of Football Conference sides, and these are listed by season below: Since the addition of the Category One academies, the following sides have competed in the competition:.
The first final in was to have been played at the then Wembley Stadium , but owing to damage caused to the pitch during the Horse of the Year Show [ dubious — discuss ] , it was moved to Boothferry Park in Hull.
From to , during the rebuilding of the former Wembley, the Football League Trophy finals were played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
The record attendance for the final is 80,, for the Final match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Burnley at Wembley.
The highest attendance for any game outside of the final came on 5 February for the Northern Area final, when Coventry City lost to Crewe Alexandra 3—0 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry they later won the away leg , going down on aggregate , in front of a crowd of 31, The lowest attendance in the history of the competition came during the season as just attended a Middlesborough academy team's victory at Burton Albion in November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.