Football ups and downs 2020/21: Premier League, Championship, League One and Two, Scottish Premiership and more

Who’s been promoted? Who’s been relegated? Who’s in the play-offs? Who’s clinched a trophy? Who’s qualified for Europe?

Keep track of the ups, downs and silverware across England and Scotland so far in 2020/21 and check back as more are confirmed.

Premier League

Sheffield United suffered the joint-earliest relegation in Premier League history with six games to go

Relegated: Sheffield United


Watford celebrate their promotion back to the Premier League
Watford celebrate their promotion back to the Premier League

Promoted: Norwich, Watford

Play-offs: Brentford

League One

Hull will play in the Championship next season

Promoted: Hull

Play-offs (guaranteed): Peterborough

Relegated: Bristol Rovers, Swindon

League Two

Play-offs (guaranteed): Cheltenham, Cambridge, Bolton

National League

Relegated: None. Macclesfield Town were expelled, Dover Athletic’s results were expunged and the North and South divisions were declared null and void for 2020-21, meaning no relegation this season.

Women’s Super League


Scottish Premiership

Rangers fans wearing Steven Gerrard masks hold up a banner outside of the Ibrox
Steven Gerrard guided Rangers to the title and ended Celtic’s dominance

Champions: Rangers

Champions League: Rangers (third qualifying round), Celtic (second qualifying round)

Europa Conference League: Hibernian

Scottish Championship

Hearts put themselves in position to clinch the title with a 6-0 Friday night win over Alloa
Hearts are back in the big time in Scotland

Champions: Hearts

Play-offs: Dundee, Dunfermline, Raith Rovers

Relegated: Alloa

Scottish League One


Scottish League Two

Promoted: Queen’s Park

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