Championship 2022/23: Which players are out of contract this summer?

by | Jan 16, 2023 | Global Football News | 0 comments


Blackburn’s Ben Brereton Diaz, Norwich’s Todd Cantwell and Bristol City’s Antoine Semenyo among list of Championship players whose contracts are set to expire on June 30; Sunderland’s Ross Stewart and QPR’s Chris Willock among players who have a 12-month contract extension option

Using data from and official websites of  Championship clubs, we have compiled a comprehensive list of the players whose contracts are currently set to run out this summer.

Also included are those who have club options to extend by a further year in their deals, where those options are known.


Maxime Colin, Harlee Dean, Troy Deeney, George Friend, Jonathan Leko, Kevin Long.

One-year option: Nico Gordon, Jordan Graham.


Daniel Ayala, Ben Brereton Diaz.

One-year option: Bradley Dack.


Keshi Anderson, Stuart Moore, Jordan Thorniley.

One-year option: Rob Apter, Liam Bridcutt, Callum Connolly, Kenny Dougall, Luke Garbutt, CJ Hamilton, James Husband, Shayne Lavery, Chris Maxwell, Kevin Stewart, Matty Virtue.

Bristol City

Daniel Bentley, Jay Dasilva, Tomas Kalas, Andy King, Chris Martin, Han-Noah Massengo, Antoine Semenyo, Harvey Wiles-Richards.

One-year option: Timm Klose, Max O’Leary, Antoine Semenyo, Zak Vyner.


Ashley Barnes, Johann Berg Gudmunsson, Matthew Lowton, Will Norris.


Joel Bagan, Mark Harris, Curtis Nelson, Tom Sang, Gavin Whyte.


Kyle McFadzean, Martyn Waghorn, Liam Kelly, Ben Wilson, Marcel Hilssner, Michael Rose, Tyler Walker, Will Bapaga.

One-year option: Fankaty Dabo.


Danny Ward, Florian Kamberi, Josh Koroma.

One-year option: Josh Ruffels, Jon Russell.


Greg Docherty, Callum Elder, Josh Emmanuel, Callum Jones, James Scott.

One-year option: Billy Chadwick, Vaughn Covil, Lewie Coyle, Alfie Jones, Tyler Smith.


Contract lengths not publicised by club.


Luke Daniels, Darnell Fisher, Jonny Howson, Tommy Smith, Stephen Walker, Duncan Watmore.


Contract lengths not publicised by club.


Sam Byram, Todd Cantwell, Kieran Dowell, Onel Hernandez, Jordan Hugill, Michael McGovern, Teemu Pukki, Danel Sinani.


Robbie Brady, Lewis Coulton, Greg Cunningham, Daniel Johnson, Sean Maguire, Matthew Olosunde, Adam O’Reilly.

One-year option: Dana Amaral, Aaron Bennett, Harry Nevin, Ben Woodburn.


Ody Alfa, Luke Amos, Jordan Archer, Leon Balogun, Conor Masterson, Charlie Owens, Olamide Shodipo.

One-year option: Faysal Bettache, George Thomas, Chris Willock.


Scott Dann, Nesta Guinness-Walker, Junior Hoilett, Lucas Joao, Shane Long, Amadou Salif Mbengue, Yakou Meite, Liam Moore, Dejan Tetek.


Dan Barlaser, Wes Harding, Robbie Hemfrey, Chiedozie Ogbene, Lee Peltier, Josh Vickers, Richard Wood.

One-year option: Shane Ferguson, Ben Wiles.

Sheffield United

John Fleck, Wes Foderingham, Kyron Gordon, Oli McBurnie, Oliver Norwood, Jack O’Connell, Ben Osborn, Will Osula, Jack Robinson, Femi Seriki, Billy Sharp, Enda Stevens.


Jack Bonham, Sam Clucas, Frank Fielding, Aden Flint, Morgan Fox, Phil Jagielka, Nick Powell, Mario Vrancic.


Danny Batth, Alex Pritchard.

One-year option: Corry Evans, Ross Stewart.


Joel Latibeaudiere, Ryan Manning, Kyle Naughton.


Leandro Bacuna, Craig Cathcart, Tom Cleverley, Dan Gosling.

West Brom

Jake Livermore, Erik Pieters, Kenneth Zohore.

One-year option: Tom Rogic.


Ben Amos, Joe Bennett, Jordan Cousins, Tendayi Darikwa, Gwion Edwards, Jamie Jones, Will Keane, James McClean, Max Power, Scott Smith, Curtis Tilt.

One-year option: Ryan Nyambe, Jack Whatmough.


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