The Football League Second Division 1892/93 was the first season of the Football League Second Division as the second highest English football league . The first game day took place on September 3, 1892 and the last "test match", which was decisive for promotion and relegation, on April 17, 1893. With the introduction of this second division within the Football League Association , the top English division was renamed from "Football League" to "Football League First Division".
Before the automatic promotion and relegation rule between the first-class First Division and the second-rate Second Division, which first took effect at the end of the 1898/99 season, potential promoters from the Second Division had each other in play-off-to prove the same "test games". Participation in the game was also dependent on an election procedure of the league association, which had to decide whether a club might participate. Also in the season 1892/93 there were test matches between the last three first division clubs Notts County, Accrington FC and Newton Heath as well as the best second division clubs Small Heath, Sheffield United and FC Darwen, from which Newton Heath, Sheffield United and FC Darwen as the sporting ones Winners emerged and then each secured a majority of the votes of the league association.