DIVISION 2  1907/08
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      P W D L F A Pts
 
Leading League goalscorer:
Jack Smith
 (Hull City)
 31  goals

Three clubs from outside the First Division contested the FA Cup semi-finals (that didn't happen again for exactly 100 years). Southern League Southampton joined Fulham and Wolves in the semis and despite only finishing 9th in the Second Division,
Wolves became only the second Division 2 side to win the competition with a 3-1 victory over First Division Newcastle United in the final..

  1 Bradford City 38 24 6 8 90 42 54 Promoted
    2 Leicester Fosse* 38 21 10 7 72 47 52 Promoted
    3 Oldham Athletic 38 22 6 10 76 42 50
    4 Fulham 38 22 5 11 82 49 49
    5 West Bromwich Albion 38 19 9 10 61 39 47
    6 Derby County 38 21 4 13 77 45 46
    7 Burnley 38 20 6 12 67 50 46
    8 Hull City 38 21 4 13 73 62 46
    9 Wolverhampton W. 38 15 7 16 50 45 37
    10 Stoke 38 16 5 17 57 52 37 Left League
    11 Gainsborough Trinity 38 14 7 17 47 71 35
    Season Results 12 Leeds City 38 12 8 18 53 65 32
    13 Stockport County 38 12 8 18 48 67 32
    14 Clapton Orient** 38 11 10 17 40 65 32
    15 Blackpool 38 11 9 18 51 58 31
    16 Barnsley 38 12 6 20 54 68 30
    Season Results 17 Glossop 38 11 8 19 54 74 30
    18 Grimsby Town 38 11 8 19 43 71 30 Re-election position
    19 Chesterfield Town*** 38 6 11 21 46 92 23 Re-election position
    20 Lincoln City 38 9 3 26 46 83 21 Re-election position Left League
   
      *    now Leicester City
**   now Leyton Orient
***  now Chesterfield
     
R The three League sides seeking re-election came up against three non-league sides (including Bradford PA of the Southern League) in the vote for membership of the Football League. Voting -
32 votes Grimsby Town Re-elected to the League
23 Chesterfield Town Re-elected to the League
20 Bradford Park Avenue Elected to the League
18 Lincoln City Not re-elected to the League
14 Tottenham Hotspur Not elected to the League
1 Burton United Not elected to the League
After the meeting in which the above vote was taken Stoke resigned from the League. a second meeting was arranged to select a club to replace them and although Stoke changed their mind about leaving the League the meeting was held with the Potteries club being included in the vote. Voting -
20 votes Lincoln City 2nd ballot
20 Tottenham Hotspur 2nd ballot
6 Stoke Not re-elected to the League
In the second ballot Lincoln and Tottenham again tied 20-20 with the final vote, made by the Management Committee, being 5-3 in favour of Tottenham. Therefore Tottenham were elected to the League and Lincoln again failed to regain their place.