Sky Sports has confirmed 14 more live matches from the EFL to be shown up to the end of September.
Wycombe Wanderers have signed veteran striker Adebayo Akinfenwa on a one-year contract following his release by AFC Wimbledon.
AFC Wimbledon have bolstered their forward options with the signing of Dominic Poleon.
AFC Wimbledon have signed former Stevenage midfielder Dean Parrett.
Newly-promoted Northampton welcome Fleetwood in their Sky Bet League One opener, while Sheffield United head to Bolton.
Aston Villa's trip to Luton in the EFL Cup first round will be shown live on Sky Sports, as three other live games are announced.
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Plymouth have signed midfielder Connor Smith from AFC Wimbledon, subject to a medical.
Ade Azeez has left AFC Wimbledon to sign for Scottish Premiership club Partick Thistle.
Leyton Orient have signed defender Callum Kennedy from AFC Wimbledon on a one-year deal.
AFC Wimbledon have taken a big step closer to their proposed relocation to Plough Lane.
AFC Wimbledon have made their first signing since winning promotion by making Darius Charles' loan deal permanent.
AFC Wimbledon won promotion to League One for the first time as they beat Plymouth 2-0 in the League Two play-off final.
Watch as Adebayo Akinfenwa hailed AFC Wimbledon's promotion to League One as "what dreams are made of".
After another grueling Football League season came to an end on Monday, we run through the top stat from each of the 72 clubs involved.
Liverpool are English football's top team, according to the Sky Sports Ultimate League, and Arsenal have pulled level with United.
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley paid tribute to the fans after his side won promotion to League One at Wembley.
Scroll back as AFC Wimbledon won promotion against Plymouth in the Sky Bet League Two play-off final.
Adebayo Akinfenwa will be released by AFC Wimbledon after Monday’s League Two play-off final, Sky Sports understands.
Neal Ardley says Monday's Sky Bet League Two play-off final is not the biggest game in AFC Wimbledon's history.