While the Premier League is certainly in full swing, don't forget you can now also get your EFL Cup tickets right here at Ticketbis, giving you the chance to see some of the Premier League's top teams, and players, take on some of England's less well-known clubs across the country. Taking place annually, the EFL Cup consists of 92 clubs (participants of both the Premier League and the English Football League) and can boast a history that dates back to the sixties. Alongside both the FA Cup and the Premier League, the EFL Cup still stands as one of the most popular competitions in England! Originally set-up in answer to the growing popularity of the European football, the EFL Cup brought a level of prestige to local teams such as York City and Chester, who in the tournament's history took down such giants as Leeds and Manchester United! Suffice to say you're sure to experience some truly exciting football, especially with teams quickly growing on the same level, so don't miss out and buy your Capital One Cup tickets now!

As you can guess, until recently the EFL Cup had for sponsorship reasons been known as the Capital One cup, with the sponsor having contributed a significant amount to the competition throughout the last 4 years! The change comes in recognition that the credit card company had achieved what it set out to do, to raise the brand's awareness and become as recognisable as that as Visa and Mastercard.

Considering the numerous restructuring that Europe's football scene has undergone over the years, it might come as a surprise that the EFL Cup has remained consistent in offering winning teams a place in the Europa League! With the FA Cup also offering automatic Europa qualification, this is a privileged England only shares with France, making the EFL Cup a continued source of excitement for fans. As you can imagine, the EFL Cup stands as another viable way for teams outside of the Premier League to gain some international experience, in turn giving fans the chance to see there favourite team play abroad. Likewise, with teams featuring a plethora of new talent, the competition also gives scouts and pundits a chance to see some of English football's rising talents in the years to come.

When catering in the amount of teams that participate, you can guess that the tournament's format isn't your standard knock-out affair. Instead teams that are involved in any European competitions don't enter until the third round, the remaining Premier League teams enter in the second and the Football League clubs enter at the first, this way the tougher games don't occur until the later rounds, just before we find ourselves at the Semi-Finals and the Final.


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