DIVISION 2  1900/01
      For full league and cup results  click on by club required.
      P W D L F A Pts
  Leading League goalscorer:
Andrew Swann
 (Barnsley)
 18  goals

Southern League Tottenham Hotspur became the last club from outside the Football League to win the F.A. Cup when they defeated Sheffield United in the replayed final at Bolton. Despite that success they didn't do so well in their league competitions - they finished 5th in the Southern League and 3rd in the Western League.

  1 Grimsby Town 34 20 9 5 60 33 49 Promoted
    2 Birmingham City 34 19 10 5 57 24 48 Promoted
    3 Burnley 34 20 4 10 53 29 44
    Season Results 4 New Brighton Tower 34 17 8 9 57 38 42 Left League
    5 Glossop 34 15 8 11 51 33 38
    6 Middlesbrough 34 15 7 12 50 40 37
    Season Results 7 Arsenal 34 15 6 13 39 35 36
    8 Lincoln City 34 13 7 14 43 39 33
    9 Port Vale 34 11 11 12 45 47 33
    Season Results 10 Manchester United 34 14 4 16 42 38 32
    11 Leicester City 34 11 10 13 39 37 32
    12 Blackpool 34 12 7 15 33 58 31
    13 Gainsborough Trinity 34 10 10 14 45 60 30
    Season Results 14 Chesterfield 34 9 10 15 46 58 28
    15 Barnsley 34 11 5 18 47 60 27
    16 Walsall 34 7 13 14 40 56 27 Re-election position Left League
    Season Results 17 Stockport County 34 11 3 20 38 68 25 Re-election position
    18 Burton Swifts 34 8 4 22 34 66 20 Re-election position
   
    The table above lists the clubs in their modern names. For the same table but with clubs in their original names click here.
   
     

R Six non-league clubs challenged the three clubs needing to seek re-election to Division 2 in the vote for League membership. Voting -

23 votes Bristol City Elected to the League
23 Burton United* Re-elected to the League
16 Doncaster Rovers 2nd ballot
16 Stockport County 2nd ballot
7 Walsall Not re-elected to the League
7 Stalybridge Rovers Not elected to the League
5 Crewe Alexandra Not elected to the League
0 Darwen Not elected to the League
0 Southport Central Not elected to the League
2nd ballot
21 votes Stockport County Re-elected to the League
13  Doncaster Rovers** Not elected to the League

* Burton Swifts, who were required to seek re-election, amalgamated with former League members Burton Wanderers to form Burton United and attended the League re-election meeting under that name.

** In September1901, after the re-election meeting, New Brighton Tower resigned from the Football League and were replaced by Doncaster Rovers.