List of current Premier League and English Football League managers

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

Some managers listed have had more than one spell in charge at their current club or had spells at more than one club, however this table deals only with their current appointment. This list includes every manager currently managing a club in the Premier League and the English Football League, in order of the date that they took up their appointment: this is not necessarily the date on which they were appointed, so there may be a discrepancy between the date appointed and the time as manager.

Jim Bentley is the longest-serving current manager, having managed Morecambe since 2011.

Managers[edit]

Name Nat. Date of birth Club Division Appointed Time as manager Source
Jim Bentley  ENG 11 June 1976 Morecambe League Two 13 May 2011 7 years, 342 days [1]
Gareth Ainsworth  ENG 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers League One 24 September 2012[N 1] 6 years, 208 days [2][3]
Eddie Howe  ENG 29 November 1977 Bournemouth Premier League 12 October 2012 6 years, 189 days [4]
Sean Dyche  ENG 28 June 1971 Burnley Premier League 30 October 2012 6 years, 172 days [5]
Mauricio Pochettino  ARG 2 March 1972 Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 27 May 2014 4 years, 328 days [6]
John Coleman  ENG 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley League One 18 September 2014 4 years, 214 days [7]
Chris Hughton  IRL 11 December 1958 Brighton & Hove Albion Premier League 31 December 2014 4 years, 110 days [8]
Neil Harris  ENG 12 July 1977 Millwall Championship 10 March 2015[N 2] 4 years, 41 days [9][10]
Derek Adams  SCO 25 June 1975 Plymouth Argyle League One 11 June 2015 3 years, 313 days [11]
Jürgen Klopp  GER 16 June 1967 Liverpool Premier League 8 October 2015 3 years, 194 days [12]
Nigel Clough  ENG 19 March 1966 Burton Albion League One 7 December 2015 3 years, 134 days [13]
Lee Johnson  ENG 7 June 1981 Bristol City Championship 6 February 2016[N 3] 3 years, 73 days [14]
Rafael Benítez  SPA 16 April 1960 Newcastle United Premier League 11 March 2016 3 years, 40 days [15]
John McGreal  ENG 2 June 1972 Colchester United League Two 4 May 2016 2 years, 351 days [16]
Mark Cooper  ENG 18 December 1968 Forest Green Rovers League Two 9 May 2016 2 years, 346 days [17]
Chris Wilder  ENG 23 September 1967 Sheffield United Championship 12 May 2016 2 years, 343 days [18]
Danny Cowley  ENG 22 October 1978 Lincoln City League Two 13 May 2016 2 years, 342 days [19]
Phil Parkinson  ENG 1 December 1967 Bolton Wanderers Championship 10 June 2016 2 years, 314 days [20]
Pep Guardiola  SPA 18 January 1971 Manchester City Premier League 1 July 2016 2 years, 293 days [21]
Neil Warnock  ENG 1 December 1948 Cardiff City Premier League 5 October 2016 2 years, 197 days [22]
Micky Mellon  SCO 18 March 1972 Tranmere Rovers League Two 6 October 2016 2 years, 196 days [23]
Paul Warne  ENG 8 May 1973 Rotherham United Championship 28 November 2016[N 4] 2 years, 143 days [24][25]
David Artell  GIB 22 November 1980 Crewe Alexandra League Two 8 January 2017 2 years, 102 days [26]
Tony Mowbray  ENG 22 November 1963 Blackburn Rovers Championship 22 February 2017 2 years, 57 days [27]
Mark Robins  ENG 22 December 1969 Coventry City League One 6 March 2017 2 years, 45 days [28]
Michael Flynn  WAL 17 October 1980 Newport County League Two 9 March 2017[N 5] 2 years, 42 days [29][30]
Daniel Farke  GER 30 October 1976 Norwich City Championship 25 May 2017 1 year, 330 days [31]
Paul Cook  ENG 22 February 1967 Wigan Athletic Championship 31 May 2017 1 year, 324 days [32]
Nuno Espírito Santo  POR 25 January 1974 Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League 31 May 2017 1 year, 324 days [33]
Kenny Jackett  WAL 5 January 1962 Portsmouth League One 2 June 2017 1 year, 322 days [34]
Alex Neil  SCO 9 June 1981 Preston North End Championship 4 July 2017 1 year, 290 days [35]
Roy Hodgson  ENG 9 August 1947 Crystal Palace Premier League 12 September 2017 1 year, 220 days [36]
Steve Lovell  WAL 16 July 1960 Gillingham League One 12 October 2017[N 6] 1 year, 190 days [37][38]
Nigel Adkins  ENG 11 March 1965 Hull City Championship 7 December 2017 1 year, 134 days [39]
Tony Pulis  WAL 16 January 1958 Middlesbrough Championship 26 December 2017[N 7] 1 year, 115 days [40]
Ryan Lowe  ENG 18 September 1978 Bury League Two 15 January 2018 1 year, 95 days [41]
Javi Gracia  SPA 1 May 1970 Watford Premier League 21 January 2018 1 year, 89 days [42]
David Flitcroft  ENG 14 January 1974 Mansfield Town League Two 1 March 2018 1 year, 50 days [43]
Michael Jolley  ENG 30 March 1977 Grimsby Town League Two 2 March 2018 1 year, 49 days [44]
Garry Monk  ENG 6 March 1979 Birmingham City Championship 4 March 2018 1 year, 47 days [45]
Dino Maamria  TUN 26 May 1971 Stevenage League Two 20 March 2018 1 year, 31 days [46]
Lee Bowyer  ENG 3 January 1977 Charlton Athletic League One 22 March 2018[N 8] 1 year, 29 days [47][48]
Karl Robinson  ENG 13 September 1980 Oxford United League One 22 March 2018 1 year, 29 days [49]
Manuel Pellegrini  CHL 16 September 1953 West Ham United Premier League 22 May 2018 333 days [50]
Unai Emery  SPA 3 November 1971 Arsenal Premier League 23 May 2018 332 days [51]
Jack Ross  SCO 5 June 1976 Sunderland League One 25 May 2018 330 days [52]
Frank Lampard  ENG 20 June 1978 Derby County Championship 31 May 2018 324 days [53]
Marco Silva  POR 12 July 1977 Everton Premier League 31 May 2018 324 days [54]
Matt Taylor  ENG 30 January 1982 Exeter City League Two 1 June 2018 323 days [55]
Joey Barton  ENG 2 September 1982 Fleetwood Town League One 18 April 2018[N 9] 322 days [56]
Daniel Stendel  GER 4 April 1974 Barnsley League One 6 June 2018 318 days [57]
Paul Tisdale  ENG 14 January 1973 Milton Keynes Dons League Two 6 June 2018 318 days [58]
Graham Potter  ENG 20 May 1975 Swansea City Championship 11 June 2018 313 days [59]
Marcelo Bielsa  ARG 21 July 1955 Leeds United Championship 15 June 2018 309 days [60]
Grant McCann  NIR 14 April 1980 Doncaster Rovers League One 27 June 2018 297 days [61]
Maurizio Sarri  ITA 10 January 1959 Chelsea Premier League 13 July 2018 280 days [62]
Terry McPhillips  ENG 1 October 1968 Blackpool League One 6 August 2018[N 10] 257 days [63][64]
Gabriele Cioffi  ITA 7 September 1975 Crawley Town League Two 7 September 2018 225 days [65]
Michael Duff  NIR 11 January 1978 Cheltenham Town League Two 10 September 2018 222 days [66]
Keith Curle  ENG 14 November 1963 Northampton Town League Two 1 October 2018 201 days [67]
Dean Smith  ENG 19 March 1971 Aston Villa Championship 10 October 2018 192 days [68]
Thomas Frank  DEN 9 October 1973 Brentford Championship 16 October 2018 186 days [69]
Paul Lambert  SCO 7 August 1969 Ipswich Town Championship 27 October 2018[N 11] 175 days [70]
Richie Wellens  ENG 26 March 1980 Swindon Town League Two 13 November 2018 158 days [71]
Neal Ardley  ENG 1 September 1972 Notts County League Two 23 November 2018 148 days [72]
Sol Campbell  ENG 18 September 1974 Macclesfield Town League Two 27 November 2018 144 days [73]
Sam Ricketts  WAL 11 October 1981 Shrewsbury Town League One 3 December 2018 138 days [74]
Wally Downes  ENG 9 June 1961 AFC Wimbledon League One 4 December 2018 137 days [75]
Ralph Hasenhüttl  AUT 9 August 1967 Southampton Premier League 5 December 2018[N 12] 135 days [76]
Graham Coughlan  IRL 18 November 1974 Bristol Rovers League One 13 December 2018[N 13] 128 days [77][78]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær  NOR 26 February 1973 Manchester United Premier League 19 December 2018 122 days [79]
Colin Calderwood  SCO 20 January 1965 Cambridge United League Two 19 December 2018 122 days [80]
José Manuel Gomes  POR 28 August 1970 Reading Championship 22 December 2018 119 days [81]
Nathan Jones  WAL 28 May 1973 Stoke City Championship 9 January 2019 101 days [82]
Mick Harford  ENG 12 February 1959 Luton Town League One 10 January 2019 100 days [83]
Martin O'Neill  NIR 1 March 1952 Nottingham Forest Championship 15 January 2019 95 days [84]
Steven Pressley  SCO 11 October 1973 Carlisle United League Two 16 January 2019 94 days [85]
Jan Siewert  GER 23 August 1982 Huddersfield Town Premier League 21 January 2019 89 days [86]
Darren Ferguson  SCO 9 February 1972 Peterborough United League One 26 January 2019 84 days [87]
Steve Bruce  ENG 31 December 1960 Sheffield Wednesday Championship 2 January 2019[N 14] 78 days [88]
John Askey  ENG 4 November 1964 Port Vale League Two 4 February 2019 75 days [89]
Brendan Rodgers  NIR 26 January 1973 Leicester City Premier League 26 February 2019[N 15] 52 days [90]
Scott Parker  ENG 13 October 1980 Fulham Premier League 28 February 2019 51 days [91]
Brian Barry-Murphy  IRL 27 July 1978 Rochdale League One 4 March 2019 47 days [92]
Gary Bowyer  ENG 26 June 1971 Bradford City League One 4 March 2019 47 days [93]
James Shan  ENG 28 October 1978 West Bromwich Albion Championship 9 March 2019[N 16] 42 days [94][95]
Pete Wild  ENG [96] Oldham Athletic League Two 15 March 2019[N 17] 36 days [97][98]
Neale Marmon  ENG 21 April 1961 Yeovil Town League Two 24 March 2019 27 days [99]
Andy Dawson  ENG 20 October 1978 Scunthorpe United League One 24 March 2019 27 days [100]
John Eustace  ENG 3 November 1979 Queens Park Rangers Championship 1 April 2019 19 days [101]
Kevin Bond  ENG 22 June 1957 Southend United League One 2 April 2019 18 days [102]
Martin O'Connor  CAY 10 December 1967 Walsall League One 8 April 2019 12 days [103]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ainsworth served as caretaker manager until 8 November 2012, when he was given a long term appointment.
  2. ^ Harris served as caretaker manager until 29 April 2015, when he was given a long term appointment.
  3. ^ Johnson's appointment was announced on 6 February, but caretaker manager John Pemberton remained in charge for a match that same day.
  4. ^ Warne served as caretaker manager until 13 January 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  5. ^ Flynn served as caretaker manager until 9 May 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  6. ^ Lovell served as caretaker manager until 16 November 2017, when he was given a long term appointment.
  7. ^ Pulis' appointment was announced on 26 December 2017, but caretaker manager Craig Liddle remained in charge for a match that same day.
  8. ^ Bowyer served as caretaker manager until 6 September 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.
  9. ^ Barton was revealed on 18 April 2018 to be Fleetwood Town's manager from 2 June, the expiry of his ban for breaking FA rules on betting. John Sheridan, who was already in place as a caretaker manager, remained in the role until Barton was allowed to take it up.
  10. ^ McPhillips served as caretaker manager until 10 September 2018, when he was given a long term appointment.
  11. ^ Lambert was appointed on 27 October 2018 but caretaker manager Bryan Klug remained in charge for a match that same day.
  12. ^ Hasenhüttl was appointed on 5 December 2018 but caretaker manager Kelvin Davis remained in charge for a match that same day.
  13. ^ Coughlan served as caretaker manager until 6 January 2019, when he was given a long term appointment.
  14. ^ Bruce was revealed on 2 January 2019 to be Sheffield Wednesday's manager from 1 February, with Steve Agnew and Stephen Clemence sharing the caretaker manager role in the interim.
  15. ^ Rodgers was appointed on 26 February 2019 but caretaker managers Mike Stowell and Adam Sadler remained in charge for a match that same day.
  16. ^ Shan served as caretaker manager until 16 April 2019, when he was given a long term appointment.
  17. ^ Wild served as caretaker manager until 22 March 2019, when he was given a long term appointment.

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