Fußball Sportwetten heute auf die National League in England abgeben und die. Febr. National League / Aktuelle Meldungen, Termine und. League Level: Fifth Tier - England. Number of teams: 24 teams. Players: Foreigners: Players 19,0%. ø-Market value: 56 Th. €.
The following 24 clubs competed in the National League during the —19 season. Tranmere Rovers 2—2 Aldershot Town. Forest Green Rovers 1—1 Dover Athletic.
Braintree Town 0—2 Grimsby Town. Bristol Rovers 2—0 Forest Green Rovers. Grimsby Town 3—0 Eastleigh. Gateshead 3—1 Grimsby Town.
Kidderminster Harriers 1—3 Wrexham. Newport County 1—0 Grimsby Town. Wrexham 2—1 Luton Town. Mansfield Town 0—1 York City.
Luton Town 2—1 Wrexham. York City 1—0 Luton Town. Cambridge United 3—0 Stevenage Borough. Histon 1—0 Torquay United. Cambridge United 2—1 Burton Albion.
Torquay United 1—4 Exeter City. Oxford United 1—2 Exeter City 2—2 draw on aggregate. Morecambe 2—1 York City. Grays Athletic 2—2 Halifax Town.
Hereford United 3—2 Morecambe. Carlisle United 2—1 Aldershot Town 2—2 draw on aggregate. Hereford United 0—1 Stevenage Borough.
Hereford United 0—0 Aldershot Town 1—1 draw on aggregate. Shrewsbury Town 1—0 Barnet 2—2 draw on aggregate. Chester City 1—1 Doncaster Rovers 2—2 draw on aggregate.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The National League is the lowest of the five nationwide football divisions in England, below the Premier League and the three divisions of the EFL, and is the top tier of the National League System of non-League football.
The National League consisted of only one division until , but expanded as part of an extensive restructuring of the National League System which took effect beginning with the —05 season.
The National League has 24 clubs and the North and South divisions have 22 clubs each. Each club plays the others in its division twice during a season, once at home and once away.
Clubs earn three points for a win, one for a draw, and none for a defeat. The two promotion places are awarded to the National League champions and to the winners of the National League Promotion Final from home and away semi finals between those clubs finishing second to fifth in the standings.
The four relegated teams are replaced by four promoted teams, two from National League North and two from National League South.
For each of these two leagues this will be the champions and the winners of their respective Promotion Finals between their second to fifth place clubs in those divisions.
Each of these Step 3 leagues promotes their respective champions and second to fifth place playoff winners. The clubs relegated from the national division are not always geographically balanced.
Thus should it be deemed necessary, the NLS Committee will order one or more clubs from northern counties bordering the south and vice versa or from South Wales in the sixth tier to switch divisions to move "horizontally" between the leagues, so to speak so as to maintain numerical balance between North and South.
Due to financial constraints at this level of football, some clubs have escaped relegation despite finishing in a relegation position, due to the misfortune of others.
For promotion to proceed, whether from the National League to the EFL, within the National League, or between the various leagues of the NLS, certain conditions concerning finances and facilities must be met.
Failure to meet the requirements of the league concerned will prevent the eligible club from being promoted.
Support for such a league came from Alan Hardaker , the long serving Secretary of the Football League. He suggested that an amalgamation of the two strongest lower leagues in England, the Northern Premier League and the Southern League would reduce the number of candidates applying to join the Football League under the re-election system then in use.
It was also thought it would enable the strongest non-league candidate to emerge. In the Northern Premier and Southern Leagues agreed to only put forward one candidate each for election to the League and this proved successful with Wimbledon F.
Several Northern Premier sides who might have taken part in the new competition did not do so. Barrow and Northwich had previously been members of the EFL.
Barrow failed re-election in , while Northwich resigned from the league in Of the 20 founding members, the last to leave the fifth level were Northwich.
They were relegated in , a year after the demise of Telford. Barnet are the only founding member who have remained in the top five levels continuously since Bangor City has since moved to the Welsh football league system , while AP Leamington, Maidstone, Nuneaton, Scarborough and Telford later collapsed and were reconstituted in lower English leagues.
The National League had a single division for the first 25 years of its existence, but since the —05 season has consisted of three divisions.
The original division was renamed Conference National currently National League and two new regional divisions one level down were introduced, Conference North and Conference South currently National League North and South.
Two teams have won the National League three times: Barnet , , and Macclesfield Town , , Altrincham , , Enfield , , Kidderminster Harriers , , Maidstone United , , and Stevenage Borough , Hartlepool - Leyton Orient.
Maidenhead United - Boreham Wood. Ebbsfleet United - Solihull Moors. Braintree Town - Salford City. Match grid with results.
The teams with the highest number of scored goals. Team Goals Goals per game 1 Salford City The teams with the highest number of conceded goals.
Team Goals conceded Goals conceded per game 1 Braintree Town Team Average possession 1 Salford City The team with the greatest number of cards.
Team Shots Shots on goal 1 Havant and Waterlooville 0. Team Team Opponent 1 Havant and Waterlooville 0.
Top teams with the highest number of corners per match. Team Corners per game Team Opponent 1 Hartlepool The results in the first half.
The results in the second half. Barrow - Leyton Orient. Braintree Town - Chesterfield. Aldershot - Solihull Moors.