The English Football League fixtures for 2017-18 have been released. Follow the links below for your team's fixtures in full.
Barnsley kick off their second season in the Championship with a trip south to Bristol City.Their first home game comes a week later as they host Ipswich Town.
The Reds face a tricky festive period with games against last season’s Play Off Finalists Reading before making the trip North to Sunderland on New Year’s Day two days later.
Barnsley end their campaign away to Derby County.
Leonid Slutsky starts his tenure as Hull City manager away to Aston Villa in front of the television cameras.
The Tigers play their first home game of the new season against Burton Albion a week later.
September poses a difficult month for Hull City in their quest for an instant return to the Premier League, with trips to Fulham and Reading with a home tie against Sunderland sandwiched in between.
Hull finish the season in the capital against Brentford
Leeds United kick off their season under Thomas Christiansen with a potential banana skin fixture against Bolton Wanderers in the only Sunday fixture in the Championship.
Games against Preston NE, Fulham, Sunderland and Nottingham Forest end a testing opening month for Christiansen.
Garry Monk will make his first return to Elland road on November 18th with his new side Middlesbrough.
After six seasons in League One the Blades are back in the Championship and they start it with at home as they host Brentford.
The game all United fans would have been searching for was when they would be playing their arch-rivals Wednesday for the first time since the 2011/12 season.
That fixture comes on September 23rd with the first game at Hillsborough. The Blades will host Wednesday on January 13th.
Sheffield Wednesday search for promotion starts with a trip to Preston NE on the opening weekend.
Wednesday host City rivals Sheffield United for the first time since 2012 in last September before going to Bramble Lane in early January.
The Owls have a tricky April as they face Sunderland, Fulham, Hull City and Reading in a busy three-week period.
In League One
And in League Two