The 1988–1989 season was the 90th completed season of the Football League.No European qualification took place due to the Heysel Stadium disaster suspension in place.Prior to the 1986–87 season membership of the Football League was dependent on a system of election by the other member teams. From 1986 that system came to an end, and instead, the club finishing last in the Fourth Division was automatically demoted to Conference. This season the casualty was Darlington.

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  • The 1988–1989 season was the 90th completed season of the Football League.No European qualification took place due to the Heysel Stadium disaster suspension in place.Prior to the 1986–87 season membership of the Football League was dependent on a system of election by the other member teams. From 1986 that system came to an end, and instead, the club finishing last in the Fourth Division was automatically demoted to Conference. This season the casualty was Darlington. (en)
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  • Millwall – Tottenham Hotspur 0–5 (en)
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  • Luton Town – Southampton 6–1 (en)
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  • Locations of the Football League Third Division London teams 1988–1989 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Third Division teams 1988–1989 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Fourth Division teams 1988–1989 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Second Division 1988–1989 teams (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Second Division London teams 1988–1989 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League First Division London teams 1988–1989 (en)
  • Locations of the Football League First Division 1988–1989 teams (en)
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  • Coventry –Middlesbrough 3–4 ; (en)
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  • The 1988–1989 season was the 90th completed season of the Football League.No European qualification took place due to the Heysel Stadium disaster suspension in place.Prior to the 1986–87 season membership of the Football League was dependent on a system of election by the other member teams. From 1986 that system came to an end, and instead, the club finishing last in the Fourth Division was automatically demoted to Conference. This season the casualty was Darlington. (en)
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