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2016/17 Play Off Details

2016/17 Play Off Details

The Football League have now released the details for this year's Play Off battles in the Championship, League One and League Two.

With a number of sides in each division still fighting to extend their season with hopes of a trip to Wembley and promotion up to the next tier, it's going to be a busy couple of weeks but the dates of the Play Off Semi Finals and Finals have now been pencilled in to the calendar.

Championship first legs will take place on the weekend of May 13 and 14, with second legs following on May 16 and 17. The Championship final takes place on May 29.

At League One level, the first legs take place on May 4 with the second legs following on May 7, with the final being on May 20.

And League Two sees first legs take place on May 14, with the second legs following on May 18, and the final being set for May 28.

All dates and times will be fully confirmed closer to the point when more Play Off contenders are known, but the provisional schedule is as follows.

Championship:

Sat 13 May: Championship Semi-Final A first leg (5:30pm)
Sun 14 May: Championship Semi-Final B first leg (12:00pm)

Tues 16 May: Championship Semi-Final A second leg (7:45pm)
Wed 17 May: Championship Semi-Final B second leg (7:45pm)

Mon 29th May: Championship Play-Off Final (3:00pm)

League One:

Thur 4 May: League One Semi-Finals A & B first legs (7:45pm)
Sun 7 May: League One Semi-Finals A & B second legs (6:30pm)

Sat 20 May: League One Play-Off Final (3:00pm)

League Two:

Sun 14 May: League Two Semi-Finals A & B first legs (6:30pm)
Thurs 18 May: League Two Semi-Finals A & B second legs (7:45pm)

Sun 28 May: League Two Play-Off Final (3:00pm)

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday April 14 2017
Time: 11:00AM

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