List of current Premier League and English Football League managers

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Simon Weaver (pictured in 2007) has managed Harrogate Town since 2009, though this time was spent outside the English Football League until 2020.

There are 92 association football teams in the top four divisions of English football, all of which have a manager, sometimes given the alternative title of head coach, or the role is currently vacated. The Premier League and the English Football League (EFL) are the only fully professional football leagues in England. The Premier League is the top tier, and consists of 20 clubs at the top of the English football league system, while the remaining 72 clubs are split into the three divisions of the EFL: the Championship, League One and League Two.

A 2020 study by broadcaster Sky Sports showed the average reign for departing managers in the 2019–20 season was an all-time low of 423 days.[1] Simon Weaver is currently the longest-serving manager in the top four divisions,[2] having managed Harrogate Town since May 2009, though eleven of those years were outside the EFL;[N 1] accordingly, Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has the longest concurrent tenure as manager in the EFL, having been appointed in September 2012, and the second longest in total.[2] Following the dismissal of Sean Dyche by Burnley in April 2022, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp became the longest serving manager in the Premier League,[3][4] and fourth overall.[5] Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna is currently the youngest manager in the EFL, aged 35 at the time of his appointment in December 2021.[6]

Some managers in the EFL have had more than one spell in charge at their current club, as is the case with Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman, currently in his second reign in charge having previously spent 13 years as manager of the club.[2][7] David Moyes is the only current manager who has managed 1,000 senior games.[8] This list includes every manager currently managing a club in the Premier League and the EFL,[9][10] in order of the date that they were appointed.

Managers[edit]

Manager Nationality Date of birth Club Division From Time as manager Ref(s)
Simon Weaver  England 20 December 1977 Harrogate Town League Two 21 May 2009 13 years, 198 days [11]
Gareth Ainsworth  England 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers League One 24 September 2012[N 2] 10 years, 72 days [A 1]
John Coleman  England 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley League One 18 September 2014 8 years, 78 days [14]
Jürgen Klopp  Germany 16 June 1967 Liverpool Premier League 8 October 2015 7 years, 58 days [15]
Pep Guardiola  Spain 18 January 1971 Manchester City Premier League 1 July 2016 6 years, 157 days [16]
Mark Robins  England 22 December 1969 Coventry City Championship 6 March 2017 5 years, 274 days [17]
Karl Robinson  England 13 September 1980 Oxford United League One 22 March 2018 4 years, 258 days [18]
Thomas Frank  Denmark 9 October 1973 Brentford Premier League 16 October 2018 4 years, 50 days [19]
Brendan Rodgers  Northern Ireland 26 January 1973 Leicester City Premier League 26 February 2019 3 years, 282 days [20]
Matt Gray  England 16 September 1981 Sutton United League Two 1 May 2019 3 years, 218 days [21]
Gary Rowett  England 6 March 1974 Millwall Championship 21 October 2019 3 years, 45 days [22]
Mikel Arteta  Spain 26 March 1982 Arsenal Premier League 22 December 2019 2 years, 348 days [23]
David Moyes  Scotland 25 April 1963 West Ham United Premier League 30 December 2019 2 years, 340 days [24]
Mark Bonner  England 23 November 1985 Cambridge United League One 29 January 2020[N 3] 2 years, 310 days [A 2]
Ian Evatt  England 19 November 1981 Bolton Wanderers League One 1 July 2020 2 years, 157 days [27]
Nigel Clough  England 19 March 1966 Mansfield Town League Two 6 November 2020 2 years, 29 days [28]
Steve Cotterill  England 20 July 1964 Shrewsbury Town League One 27 November 2020 2 years, 8 days [29]
Paul Hurst  England 25 September 1974 Grimsby Town League Two 30 December 2020 1 year, 340 days [30]
Jon Brady  Australia 14 January 1975 Northampton Town League Two 10 February 2021[N 4] 1 year, 298 days [A 3]
Darrell Clarke  England 16 December 1977 Port Vale League One 15 February 2021 1 year, 293 days [33]
Joey Barton  England 2 September 1982 Bristol Rovers League One 22 February 2021 1 year, 286 days [34]
Nigel Pearson  England 21 August 1963 Bristol City Championship 22 February 2021 1 year, 286 days [35]
Darren Moore  Jamaica 22 April 1974 Sheffield Wednesday League One 1 March 2021 1 year, 279 days [36]
Danny Cowley  England 22 October 1978 Portsmouth League One 19 March 2021 1 year, 261 days [37]
Micky Mellon  Scotland 18 March 1972 Tranmere Rovers League Two 31 May 2021 1 year, 188 days [38]
Marco Silva  Portugal 12 July 1977 Fulham Premier League 1 July 2021 1 year, 157 days [39]
Patrick Vieira  France 23 June 1976 Crystal Palace Premier League 4 July 2021 1 year, 154 days [40]
Russell Martin  Scotland 4 January 1986 Swansea City Championship 1 August 2021 1 year, 126 days [41]
Liam Manning  England 20 August 1985 Milton Keynes Dons League One 13 August 2021 1 year, 114 days [42]
Steve Cooper  Wales 10 December 1979 Nottingham Forest Premier League 21 September 2021 1 year, 75 days [43]
Antonio Conte  Italy 31 July 1969 Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 2 November 2021 1 year, 33 days [44]
Dave Challinor  England 2 October 1975 Stockport County League Two 2 November 2021 1 year, 33 days [45]
Eddie Howe  England 29 November 1977 Newcastle United Premier League 8 November 2021 1 year, 27 days [46]
Dean Smith  England 19 March 1971 Norwich City Championship 15 November 2021 1 year, 20 days [47]
Paul Heckingbottom  England 17 July 1977 Sheffield United Championship 25 November 2021 1 year, 10 days [48]
Ryan Lowe  England 18 September 1978 Preston North End Championship 7 December 2021 363 days [49]
Steven Schumacher  England 30 April 1984 Plymouth Argyle League One 7 December 2021 363 days [50]
Kieran McKenna  Northern Ireland 14 May 1986 Ipswich Town League One 16 December 2021 354 days [51]
Frank Lampard  England 20 June 1978 Everton Premier League 30 January 2022 309 days [52]
Neil Harris  England 12 July 1977 Gillingham League Two 31 January 2022 308 days [53]
Michael Flynn  Wales 17 October 1980 Walsall League Two 15 February 2022 293 days [54]
Paul Ince  England 21 October 1967 Reading Championship 19 February 2022[N 5] 289 days [A 4]
Paul Simpson  England 26 July 1966 Carlisle United League Two 23 February 2022 285 days [57]
Grant McCann  Northern Ireland 14 April 1980 Peterborough United League One 24 February 2022 284 days [58]
Derek Adams  Scotland 25 June 1975 Morecambe League One 24 February 2022 284 days [59]
Mark Hughes  Wales 1 November 1963 Bradford City League Two 24 February 2022 284 days [60]
Jesse Marsch  United States 8 November 1973 Leeds United Premier League 28 February 2022 280 days [61]
Richie Wellens  England 26 March 1980 Leyton Orient League Two 9 March 2022 271 days [62]
Steve Evans  Scotland 30 October 1962 Stevenage League Two 16 March 2022 264 days [63]
Scott Brown  Scotland 25 June 1985 Fleetwood Town League One 12 May 2022 207 days [64]
Mark Kennedy  Ireland 15 May 1976 Lincoln City League One 12 May 2022 207 days [65]
Johnnie Jackson  England 15 August 1982 AFC Wimbledon League Two 16 May 2022 203 days [66]
Neil Wood  England 4 January 1983 Salford City League Two 20 May 2022 199 days [67]
Erik ten Hag  Netherlands 2 February 1970 Manchester United Premier League 23 May 2022 196 days [68]
Pete Wild  England 20 July 1984 Barrow League Two 27 May 2022 192 days [69]
Ian Burchnall  England 11 February 1983 Forest Green Rovers League One 27 May 2022 192 days [70]
Jon Dahl Tomasson  Denmark 29 August 1976 Blackburn Rovers Championship 14 June 2022 174 days [71]
Vincent Kompany  Belgium 10 April 1986 Burnley Championship 14 June 2022 174 days [72]
Michael Duff  Northern Ireland 11 January 1978 Barnsley League One 15 June 2022 173 days [73]
Michael Appleton  England 4 December 1975 Blackpool Championship 17 June 2022 171 days [74]
Scott Lindsey  England 4 May 1972 Swindon Town League Two 20 June 2022 168 days [75]
Wade Elliott  England 14 December 1978 Cheltenham Town League One 27 June 2022 161 days [76]
John Eustace  England 3 November 1979 Birmingham City Championship 3 July 2022 155 days [77]
Alex Neil  Scotland 9 June 1981 Stoke City Championship 28 August 2022 99 days [78]
Jim Bentley  England 11 June 1976 Rochdale League Two 29 August 2022 98 days [79]
Gary O'Neil  England 18 May 1983 AFC Bournemouth Premier League 30 August 2022[N 6] 97 days [A 5]
Tony Mowbray  England 22 November 1963 Sunderland Championship 30 August 2022 97 days [82]
Dino Maamria  Tunisia 18 February 1974 Burton Albion League One 5 September 2022 91 days [83]
Graham Potter  England 20 May 1975 Chelsea Premier League 8 September 2022 88 days [84]
Mark Hudson  England 30 March 1982 Cardiff City Championship 18 September 2022[N 7] 78 days [A 6]
Roberto De Zerbi  Italy 6 June 1979 Brighton & Hove Albion Premier League 18 September 2022 78 days [87]
Keith Curle  England 14 November 1963 Hartlepool United League Two 18 September 2022 78 days [88]
Paul Warne  England 8 May 1973 Derby County League One 22 September 2022 74 days [89]
Slaven Bilić  Croatia 11 September 1968 Watford Championship 26 September 2022 70 days [90]
Mark Fotheringham  Scotland 22 October 1983 Huddersfield Town Championship 28 September 2022 68 days [91]
Matt Bloomfield  England 8 February 1984 Colchester United League Two 30 September 2022 66 days [92]
Matt Taylor  England 30 January 1982 Rotherham United Championship 4 October 2022 62 days [93]
Danny Schofield  England 10 April 1980 Doncaster Rovers League Two 20 October 2022 46 days [94]
Graham Coughlan  Ireland 18 November 1974 Newport County League Two 20 October 2022 46 days [95]
Gary Caldwell  Scotland 12 April 1982 Exeter City League One 24 October 2022 42 days [96]
Michael Carrick  England 28 July 1981 Middlesbrough Championship 24 October 2022 42 days [97]
Carlos Corberán  Spain 7 April 1983 West Bromwich Albion Championship 25 October 2022 41 days [98]
Unai Emery  Spain 3 November 1971 Aston Villa Premier League 1 November 2022 34 days [99]
Liam Rosenior  England 9 July 1984 Hull City Championship 3 November 2022 32 days [100]
Lee Bell  England 26 January 1983 Crewe Alexandra League Two 4 November 2022[N 8] 31 days [A 7]
Nathan Jones  Wales 28 May 1973 Southampton Premier League 10 November 2022 25 days [103]
Julen Lopetegui  Spain 28 August 1966 Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League 14 November 2022 21 days [104]
Rob Edwards  Wales 25 December 1982 Luton Town Championship 17 November 2022 18 days [105]
Matthew Etherington  England 14 August 1981 Crawley Town League Two 27 November 2022 8 days [106]
Paul Hall  Jamaica 7 July 1972 Queens Park Rangers Championship 28 November 2022 7 days [107]
Kolo Touré  Ivory Coast 19 March 1981 Wigan Athletic Championship 29 November 2022 6 days [108]
Vacant Charlton Athletic League One 5 December 2022 0 days [109]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Harrogate Town were promoted from the National League in 2020
  2. ^ served as interim manager until 8 November 2012, when he was appointed permanently
  3. ^ served as interim manager until 9 March 2020, when he was appointed permanently
  4. ^ served as interim manager until 4 March 2021, when he was appointed permanently
  5. ^ served as interim manager until 16 May 2022, when he was appointed permanently
  6. ^ served as interim manager until 27 November 2022, when he was appointed permanently
  7. ^ served as interim manager until 14 November 2022, when he was appointed permanently
  8. ^ served as interim manager until 1 December 2022, when he was appointed permanently

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Caretaker managers

  1. ^ Ainsworth:[12][13]
  2. ^ Bonner:[25][26]
  3. ^ Brady:[31][32]
  4. ^ Ince:[55][56]
  5. ^ O'Neil:[80][81]
  6. ^ Hudson:[85][86]
  7. ^ Bell:[101][102]