Map: Millwall face long journeys in League One next year

FOLLOWING the conclusion of the League One season on Sunday, the divisional line-up for 2015-16 is almost complete.

And Millwall fans are facing some long trips up north to see their side away from home next year, after Crawley and Leyton Orient were relegated and MK Dons won promotion.

With play-off matches both in the third tier and League Two still to take place, the final four teams are yet to be decided.

But no matter what, the Lions will be the only London club in League One.

Out of Preston, Swindon, Sheffield United and Chesterfield, only one will go up to the Championship.

In the league below, Wycombe, Southend, Stevenage and Plymouth will battle it out to join Burton and Bury as the newly-promoted sides.



33 thoughts on “Map: Millwall face long journeys in League One next year

  • May 3, 2015 at 16:32

    I don't want to be in league 2 but I would much rather play

    AFC Wimbledon, Dagenham, Leyton Orient, Luton Town, Portsmouth, Oxford, Newport

    Gillingham, Rochdale, Fleetwood, Burton. Barnsley, Oldham! ust gets better, poor old Leyton Orient have been relegated so no f****** London derbies next season!

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    • May 4, 2015 at 14:04

      @North London Lion: I know its a slow train journey from London Bridge, but since when did Gillingham become long-distance?

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  • May 3, 2015 at 16:46

    Preston /Swindon & Sheffield United will all be strong again next season depending on who doesn't go up in the playoffs. Hoping that Southend or Wycombe come up,knowing our luck it'll be Plymouth,another long away day albeit a bigger club.

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    • May 3, 2015 at 20:33

      @North London Lion: I wouldn't worry about Swindon, they have made the same mistake of building a season on loan players again, they will drop down again when the players go back to their own clubs.

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