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League 2 Play-off Final History

The 1986–87 season was the first in which the EFL play-off finals were introduced. Teams that missed out on automatic promotion to the next tier were granted the opportunity to fight for promotion via the play-offs. This competition (League 2) was still known as the Fourth Division when the play-offs were initiated. This, of course, came before the rebranding of the Football League in 2004.

Aldershot won the inaugural Fourth Division play-off final, with victory over Wolves. The play-off final was originally a two-legged tie, with either side hosting the other. Swansea City and Leyton Orient were the play-off winners in the following two seasons, before it was decided that future editions would take place at Wembley Stadium in a one-legged play-off final.

The play-off final was held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff from 2001-06, during which time Wembley was undergoing renovations. It was during this time (ahead of the 2004/05 season) that the Fourth Division rebranded to League 2. The League 2 play-off final was staged at the new Wembley Stadium for the first time at the end of the 2006/07 campaign. 61,589 spectators watched on as Bristol Rovers defeated Shrewsbury Town – a record attendance for a fourth-tier final.

The League 2 Play-off final has emerged as one of the most highly anticipated fixtures in English football, raking in tons of interest which goes beyond the supporters of the participating clubs.

League 2 Play-off Final Memorable Moments

The 2000/01 edition of this fixture brought an end to a run of five consecutive years in which the final ended 1-0. That streak was stomped out in spectacular fashion, as Blackpool ran out 4-2 winners against Leyton Orient at the Millennium Stadium. The eventual winners were trailing inside the opening 30 seconds but drew level just before half-time. Two second-half goals saw the Seasiders heading up to the new Second Division.

Southend United left it late in the 2015 League 2 play-off final, scoring in the dying embers of extra-time to send the game to penalties, before Wycombe Wanderers had two spot-kicks kept out by Southend keeper Dan Bentley

34,000 attended the 2022/23 League 2 play-off final at Wembley, where Stockport County took on Carlisle United. The latter were behind for more than half the game before substitute Omari Patrick equalised in the closing minutes of regular time. Carlisle would go on to win the ensuing penalty shootout, 5-4, to rise up into the Sky Bet League One.

League 2 Play-off Final Recent Winners

Winners of the League Two Play-off final in recent seasons have included the likes of Blackpool, Coventry City, Port Vale, and Crawley Town.

Teams such as Exeter City and Newport County have also featured in the League 2 play-off final, but have failed to achieve victory in this all-important match at Wembley Stadium.

List of League 2 Play-off Final Winners

Season Winners Runners-up Attendance
2013/14 Fleetwood Town Burton Albion 14,007
2014/15 Southend United Wycombe Wanderers 38,252
2015/16 AFC Wimbledon Plymouth Argyle 57,956
2016/17 Blackpool Exeter City 23,380
2017/18 Coventry City Exeter City 50,196
2018/19 Tranmere Rovers Newport County 25,217
2019/20 Northampton Town Exeter City 0
2020/21 Morecambe Newport County 9,083
2021/22 Port Vale Mansfield Town 37,303
2022/23 Carlisle United Stockport County 34,004
2023/24 Crawley Town Crewe Alexandra 33,341

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For both sets of supporters, League Two Play Off Final tickets will go on sale just days before the match. However, it’s often possible to buy League Two Play Off Final tickets on SeatPick in the months before the showpiece match. That’s because we present options from many trusted ticket providers, helping fans find League Two Play Off Final tickets that are 100% secure.

How to get League Two Play-off Final tickets?

Getting your hands on tickets for this match at Wembley Stadium may be tricky, particularly if you aren't a member of one of the two competing clubs. Club Wembley members are given priority access for the League 2 play-off final.

Additionally, the participating teams will each receive an allocation for their respective supporters, with season ticket holders guaranteed a seat while club members will be eligible to apply via a ballot system, though the chances of success aren't favourable. The 2023 League Two Play-off final saw Stockport County allocated 39,415 tickets at Wembley, while Carlisle United received 36,000 tickets.

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