With Leicester City back up into the Premier League and Wolves promoted to the Championship here are 10 dates not to be missed next season.
Newly promoted Leicester City have secured the Championship title after a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers.
Nottingham Forest came from two goals down to beat Watford 4-2 last night, in a sensational second half comeback at the City Ground.
The 2014/15 season fixtures have been announced for both League One and League Two. The pick of the ties sees Chesterfield travel to Leyton Orient, who were both promoted last year, and Port Vale host near rivals Walsall.
League One opening day - 9 August 2014:
- Bradford City v Coventry City
- Leyton Orient v Chesterfield
- Port Vale v Walsall
- Preston North End v Notts County
- Rochdale v Peterborough United
In League Two, beaten play-off finalists Burton Albion take on newly promoted Oxford, and Northampton Town are at home to Mansfield.
League Two opening day - 9 August 2014:
- Wimbledon v Shrewsbury Town
- Bury v Cheltenham Town
- Northampton Town v Mansfield Town
- Oxford United v Burton Albion
For all the fixtures, visit the Football League website
Aston Villa will begin the 2014-15 season with an away fixture at Stoke City in the Premier League on Saturday 18th August.
The first game of the season at Villa Park will be against Newcastle United the following weekend.
The derby days against West Brom are at The Hawthorns on Saturday 13th December and at home on Tuesday 3rd March. The final game of the season will be at home to Burnley on 24th May. See full list of Villa fixtures here.
Birmingham City will begin the 2014-15 season in the Championship with a trip to Middlesbrough.
The Molineux derby against Wolves is on November 1st, with the St Andrew's return on April 11st.
On Boxing Day, Blues host Derby County followed by Nottingham Forest two days later.
In the Championship, Former England managers Steve McClaren and Stuart Pearce will go head-to-head when Derby County host Nottingham Forest on 17th January.
Wolves will host Norwich City in their first season back in the Championship on the 9th August.
The fixtures for the new season have been released this morning.
The derby games against Birmingham City will take place at Molineux on 1st November and at St Andrews 11th April.
Leicester City will host Everton at the King Power Stadium to start their Premier League campaign on August 16th.
The fixtures lists for next season have been released this morning.
The Foxes also will face Chelsea and Arsenal before the end of August.
See the full fixtures list for Leicester's first season back in the Premier League here.
Tickets for Derby's Championship play-off final have sold out in just 54 minutes.
The remaining 17,500 tickets for the Rams' crucial clash with QPR went on general sale at 9:00am.
A total of 37,249 tickets were allocated for the game at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 24th May.
The club say this morning's tickets went in record time.
The remaining 17,500 thousand tickets left for Derby Country's Championship final at Wembley against QPR have just gone on sale.
People will be able to buy two tickets each for the clash on May 24.
For full details of ticket sales, see the Derby County website.
Birmingham face Bolton today as they fight for survival in the Championship. They are currently in 22nd place in the relegation zone on 43 points.
If the Blues draw and Leicester beat Doncaster they will stay in the Championship on goal difference.
It will be a tough watch for many at 12:15pm today as the season comes down to the wire.