A Hollywood star at Fratton Park, a new stadium name in West London and the impact of deadline day signings. Here are five things you may have missed from a frantic weekend of football in the EFL.
The EFL has moved to clarify the split approach for Clubs in the Championship, and those in League One and League Two in respect of the summer transfer window.
EFL football is back this weekend, with the highly anticipated 2019/20 season officially getting under way on Friday 2 August in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
Match Officials for the EFL fixtures between 2-5 August have been confirmed.
As the start of the new Sky Bet League Two campaign draws ever closer, we've been looking at some of the top players to keep an eye on during the opening weekend.
The 2019/20 fixtures have officially been revealed, with a host of fantastic matches to look forward to when the season kicks off in August.
The 2019/20 fixtures for all three divisions of the Sky Bet EFL have been confirmed, with five games selected for Sky Sports coverage to kick-start the new season.
The EFL can confirm the key dates across the League and its competitions for the 2019/20 season, with the highly anticipated fixture release day on Thursday 20 June.
Play-Off Final-winning manager Micky Mellon says a lot of hard work has gone into this season, as he watched his Tranmere Rovers side gain promotion to Sky Bet League One in dramatic fashion.
Football DataCo, on behalf of the EFL, is now receiving applications for media accreditation to the Sky Bet Play-Off Finals at Wembley Stadium.
Win a pair of tickets to a Sky Bet Play-Off Final of your choice, a tour of Wembley Stadium and be in with a chance of winning return flights to Thailand.
Match Officials for the weekend of 4-5 May have been confirmed.
We're all set for what could be a pivotal weekend, with a host of huge fixtures to look forward to in the coming days.
Easter Monday certainly didn't disappoint when it came to EFL action, with twists and turns galore across the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two.
The March winners of the Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month Award are: