The fourth-tier of English football once again produced some thrilling moments and matches throughout the campaign.
Burton Albion claimed the title ahead of Bury and Shrewsbury, who both join Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side in League One next season.
In the play-offs, Southend recovered from missing out on a top-three finish by defeating Wycombe in a heart-stopping penalty shootout at Wembley after Joe Pigott’s 120th minute equaliser took it to penalties.
Here’s our Player, Manager and Goal of the Season from the division.
Player of the Season: Nathan Cameron (Bury)
The 23-year-old has kicked on since leaving Coventry in 2013 and now looks one of the brightest players in the Football League. He actually started the season as a substitute but after coming off the bench kept his place in the side for the season. Unnoticed by many, Cameron is a defender with the ability to go through the leagues.
Manager: Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe)
After saving the Chairboys from losing their Football League status on the final day of the 2013-14 season, many expected Wycombe to struggle again this term. However, manager Ainsworth made some shrewd signings and instilled a brilliant team spirit in the camp which saw them hold an automatic promotion place most of the season. Despite missing out in heartbreaking circumstances to Southend at Wembley, Ainsworth is our boss of the year.
Goal of the Season: Sam Wood (Wycombe)
There were lots of great strikes to choose from in League Two but we’ve gone for Sam Wood’s fantastic half volley in Wycombe’s 3-1 win at Morecambe.