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2013-14 League Line-Up

21 May 2013

The 24 clubs making up League Two next season have now been confirmed.

The 2013-14 League Two campaign kicks off in August and the division's line-up is now confirmed.

Bradford City comfortably defeated Northampton Town 3-0 at Wembley at the weekend confirming the Cobblers' position in League Two next season. Gillingham, Rotherham and Port Vale join Bradford in League One whilst Barnet and Aldershot Town drop down into the BlueSquare Premier division.

Coming down from League One are relegated Hartlepool, Bury, Scunthorpe and Portsmouth. Promoted into the Football League and League Two are Mansfield Town and Newport County.

The 2013-14 League Two fixture list will be revealed on Wednesday 19 June (9am).

2013-14 League Two Line-up:

- AFC Wimbledon
- Accrington Stanley
- Bristol Rovers
- Burton Albion
- Bury
- Cheltenham Town
- Chesterfield
- Dagenham & Redbridge
- Exeter City
- Fleetwood Town
- Hartlepool United
- Mansfield Town
- Morecambe
- Newport County
- Northampton Town
- Oxford United
- Plymouth Argyle
- Portsmouth
- Rochdale
- Scunthorpe United
- Southend United
- Torquay United
- Wycombe Wanderers
- York City

For those already planning their away trips then Football League new boys Newport County will be of much interest with Rodney Parade a new venue to discover. Cheltenham Town last played Newport in a pre-season friendly ahead of the 2011-12 campaign but this will be the first season in which the Robins will have faced County in a Football League fixture. Cheltenham did play the old Newport County in the Conference but the results were expunged when the club folded. We played the new Newport County in the Southern League, Southern League Cup and the County Cup. Mansfield Town's Field Mill is another stadium many will not have visited with our last trip being back in 2006. The Robins won 5-0 on that day with goals from Steven Gillespie, Ashley Vincent, Grant McCann, Dave Bird and Kayode Odejayi.

Portsmouth will be a new foe for the Robins with the 2008 FA Cup winners relegated from League One. Cheltenham and Pompey have faced off in friendlies before but have never faced eachother competitively and Fratton Park will of course be another new venue for travelling fans.

You can pick up your 2013-14 season ticket at a cheaper price on or before the 31st May with our Early Bird deal. Click here for more information or head to the Season Tickets section of the website.

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