At the end of each football season a number of teams are promoted from the English Championship League to the English Premier League. Three teams are promoted to the Premier League each year. The teams to be promoted are those who hold the top three positions in the EFL Championship.
We are waiting with baited breathe to see which new clubs will be welcomed to the EPL 2019/20 season.
Leeds, Norwich and West Brom are currently at the top of the Championship table. Although everything is still to play for with only 10 points separating Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday.
Which Teams Were Promoted Last Year?
Below we list the teams that have been promoted in past year starting with those that joined as the promoted clubs from the 2017–18 EFL Championship.
Teams promoted at the end of the:
2017–18 – Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Fulham
2016–17 – Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Huddersfield Town
2015–16 – Burnley, Middlesbrough and Hull City
2014–15 – Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City
2013-14 – Leicester City, Burnley and Queens Park Rangers
2012–13 – Cardiff, Hull City and Crystal Palace
2011–12 – West Ham, Reading and Southampton
EFL Championship Table
The table below highlights who at the top of the table and is in with a chance to return to the premier league.
Which Teams will be promoted at the end of the 2018/19 season and play in the EPL during the 2019/20 year? Will there be any teams making a debut appearance? Will any teams be returning to top flight football after a short break?
Many people have a bet on the teams to be promoted each year. There are some incredible odds available during the summer leading up to the start of the season. It’s is also possible to find a small handful of bookies with odds available part way through the season.
bet365 are a good bookmaker that you can rely on to have odds available for Championship Promotion Odds. Find the market under soccer > English Championship > To be Promoted.