Cheltenham Town will get their League One campaign underway by renewing aquaintances with two very familiar faces.
Grant McCann will bring Peterborough United to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium on Saturday, July 30 for the campaign's curtain raiser.
The Robins will then travel to Barnsley a week later to face Michael Duff's new side at Oakwell.
It will be a first visit since 2002 when that was the destination for their first match on the road during their innugural season in the third tier, a game Duff appeared in.
The former manager will return to the unfamiliar surroundings of the opposition dugout in Cheltenham on Saturday, February 18.
There's a first visit to Pride Park to take on Wayne Rooney's Derby County on Saturday, September 24 with the return fixture taking place on Saturday, January 14.
The short trip to Nailsworth is scheduled for Saturday, December 10 with the Gloucestershire derby returning for the penultimate home match on Saturday, April 22.
Plymouth Argyle are the visitors on Boxing Day while Easter sees another trip to Lincoln City, this time on Good Friday and a home match against Ipswich Town on the following Monday.
The season draws to a close with a trip to Wycombe Wanderers before hosting Charlton Athletic on the final day.
All of the fixtures
are subject to change but we will of course bring you the news of any changes when we have it.
The season kicks off earlier than usual due to this year's World Cup, taking place in Qatar from Monday, November 21 to Sunday, December 18.
Earlier this week it was revealed
we would be joining MK Dons and Walsall in Southern Group C in the Papa John's Trophy. West Ham United Under-21s were added following Thursday's draw on Sky Sports.
And the first round draw for the Carabao Cup took place later in the day. We have been paired with newly promoted Exeter City in the South Section and the game will be held at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium on August 9, to be confirmed.
Cheltenham Town fixtures 2022/23
Sat 30 July Peterborough United H
Sat 6 Aug Barnsley A
Tue 9 Aug Exeter City H
Sat 13 Aug Portsmouth H
Tue 16 Aug Fleetwood Town A
Sat 20 Aug Exeter City A
Tue 23 Aug (CC 2r)
Sat 27 Aug Oxford United H
Tue 30 Aug (PJT Group)
Sat 3 Sep Port Vale A
Sat 10 Sep Bolton Wanderers H
Tue 13 Sep Cambridge United H
Sat 17 Sep Accrington Stanley A
Tue 20 Sep (PJT Group)
Sat 24 Sep Derby County A
Sat 1 Oct Shrewsbury Town H
Sat 8 Oct Sheffield Wednesday A
Sat 15 Oct Bristol Rovers H
Tue 18 Oct (PJT Group)
Sat 22 Oct Burton Albion A
Tue 25 Oct Morecambe H
Sat 29 Oct Milton Keynes Dons H
Sat 5 Nov (FAC 1r)
w/c 7 Nov CC 3r
Sat 12 Nov Ipswich Town A
Tue 16 Nov (FAC 1r re)
Sat 19 Nov Wycombe Wanderers H
w/c 21 Nov PJT 32
Sat 26 Nov (FAC 2r)
Sat 3 Dec Charlton Athletic A
Tue 6 Dec (FAC 2r re)
Sat 10 Dec Forest Green Rovers A
w/c 12 Dec PJT 16
Sat 17 Dec Lincoln City H
w/c 19 Dec CC 4r
Mon 26 Dec Plymouth Argyle H
Thur 29 Dec Shrewsbury Town A
Sun 1 Jan Bristol Rovers A
Sat 7 Jan Sheffield Wednesday (or FAC 3r) H
Sat 14 Jan Derby County H
w/c 16 Jan FAC 3r re
Sat 21 Jan Plymouth Argyle A
Sat 28 Jan Port Vale H
Sat 4 Feb Bolton Wanderers A
Sat 11 Feb Accrington Stanley H
Tue 14 Feb Camrbridge United (or PJT sf) A
Sat 18 Feb Barnsley H
Sat 25 Feb Portsmouth A
Sat 4 Mar Fleetwood Town H
Sat 11 Mar Peterborough United A
Sat 18 Mar Exeter City H
Sat 25 Mar Oxford United A
Sat 1 Apr Burton Albion H
Fri 7 Apr Lincoln City A
Mon 10 Apr Ipswich Town H
Sat 15 Apr Milton Keynes Dons A
Tue 18 Apr Morecambe A
Sat 22 Apr Forest Green Rovers H
Sat 29 Apr Wycombe Wanderers A
Sat 6 May Charlton Athletic