2011-12 English football season

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2011-12 English football season English football season
Duration September 12, 2020-
2010-11 • English football seasons • 2012-13

The 2011-12 English football season was the 132nd season of competitive football in England.

Publications

Programs
Date Clubs Venue Competition/League
August 21, 2011 Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Fulham Molineux Stadium Premier League
September 17, 2011 Swansea City vs. West Bromwich Albion Liberty Stadium Premier League
September 17, 2011 Exeter City vs. AFC Bournemouth St James Park League One
September 24, 2011 Liverpool vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers Anfield Premier League
October 2, 2011 Swansea City vs. Stoke City Liberty Stadium Premier League
October 15, 2011 Norwich City vs. Swansea City Carrow Road Premier League
October 29, 2011 Swansea City vs. Bolton Wanderers Liberty Stadium Premier League
November 5, 2011 Coventry City vs. Southampton Ricoh Arena League Championship
December 27, 2011 Arsenal vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers Arsenal Stadium Premier League
December 27, 2011 Swansea City vs. Queens Park Rangers Liberty Stadium Premier League
February 4, 2012 West Bromwich Albion vs. Swansea City The Hawthorns Premier League
February 25, 2012 Stoke City vs. Swansea City Britannia Stadium Premier League
March 3, 2012 Leicester City vs. Coventry City King Power Stadium League Championship
March 3, 2012 Wigan Athletic vs. Swansea City DW Stadium Premier League
March 11, 2012 Swansea City vs. Manchester City Liberty Stadium Premier League
March 17, 2012 Fulham vs. Swansea City Craven Cottage Premier League
May 27, 2012 Cheltenham Town vs. Crewe Alexandra Wembley Stadium League Two
2011-12 English football season
Premier League Arsenal • Aston Villa • Blackburn Rovers • Bolton Wanderers • Chelsea • Everton • Fulham • Liverpool • Manchester City • Manchester United • Newcastle United • Norwich City • Queens Park Rangers • Stoke City • Sunderland • Swansea City • Tottenham Hotspur • West Bromwich Albion • Wigan Athletic • Wolverhampton Wanderers
League Championship Barnsley • Birmingham City • Blackpool • Brighton & Hove Albion • Bristol City • Burnley • Cardiff City • Coventry City • Crystal Palace • Derby County • Doncaster Rovers • Hull City • Ipswich Town • Leeds United • Leicester City • Middlesbrough • Millwall • Nottingham Forest • Peterborough United • Portsmouth • Reading • Southampton • Watford • West Ham United
League One AFC Bournemouth • Brentford • Bury • Carlisle United • Charlton Athletic • Chesterfield • Colchester United • Exeter City • Hartlepool United • Huddersfield Town • Leyton Orient • Milton Keynes Dons • Notts County • Oldham Athletic • Preston North End • Rochdale • Scunthorpe United • Sheffield United • Sheffield Wednesday • Stevenage • Tranmere Rovers • Walsall • Wycombe Wanderers • Yeovil Town
League Two Accrington Stanley • AFC Wimbledon • Aldershot Town • Barnet • Bradford City • Bristol Rovers • Burton Albion • Cheltenham Town • Crawley Town • Crewe Alexandra • Dagenham & Redbridge • Gillingham • Hereford United • Macclesfield Town • Morecambe • Northampton Town • Oxford United • Plymouth Argyle • Port Vale • Rotherham United • Shrewsbury Town • Southend United • Swindon Town • Torquay United
Conference Premier Fleetwood Town • Gateshead • Luton Town • Mansfield Town • Newport County • Stockport County • York City