EFL: King Charles III's coronation forced the relocation of the Championship, League One, and League Two final days

EFL: King Charles III's coronation forced the relocation of the Championship, League One, and League Two final days

To avoid conflicting with King Charles III's coronation, the championship, league one, and league two final days for the 2022–23 season have been moved to Sunday, May 7, and Monday, May 8, respectively.

The season's final day had been set for Saturday, May 6, the day of the coronation.

League One's final day of play will now begin on May 7 at 12:00 BST.

On May 8, League Two's final day will begin at 12:30 and the final round of Championship games will begin at 15:00.

Due to the King's coronation, Monday, May 8 will also be a holiday in the UK.

After Queen Elizabeth II's passing, all English football games were postponed in September for the weekend.

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