The 1969–1970 season was the 71st completed season of The Football League.Everton won their seventh league title, finishing nine points clear of Leeds United with Chelsea in third and newly promoted Derby County in fourth. Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland were both relegated.In the Second Division Huddersfield Town claimed the divisional title and were promoted along with runners-up Blackpool.

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  • The 1969–1970 season was the 71st completed season of The Football League.Everton won their seventh league title, finishing nine points clear of Leeds United with Chelsea in third and newly promoted Derby County in fourth. Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland were both relegated.In the Second Division Huddersfield Town claimed the divisional title and were promoted along with runners-up Blackpool. Aston Villa endured the worst season in their history and were relegated to the Third Division for the first time, along with bottom club Preston North End, for whom it was also a first relegation to the third tier.In the Third Division Orient won the title and were promoted along with Luton Town, who had finished third the previous season. As usual four teams were relegated, with Bournemouth, Southport, Barrow and Stockport County all making the drop.In the Fourth Division Chesterfield won the title and were promoted along with Wrexham, Swansea City and Port Vale. Bradford Park Avenue lost their application for re-election and were replaced by Cambridge United. (en)
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  • Locations of the Football League First Division London teams 1969–1970 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Fourth Division teams 1969–1970 (en)
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  • The 1969–1970 season was the 71st completed season of The Football League.Everton won their seventh league title, finishing nine points clear of Leeds United with Chelsea in third and newly promoted Derby County in fourth. Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland were both relegated.In the Second Division Huddersfield Town claimed the divisional title and were promoted along with runners-up Blackpool. (en)
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  • 1969–70 Football League (en)
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