It’s almost that time of the year again as we hurtle towards the announcement of the Football League fixture lists.
So get your diaries at the ready and start getting excited.
But when can you start jotting down the dates and analysing your club’s end-of-season run-in? Here’s everything you need to know.
The short answer
The fixtures for the 2015/16 Championship season will be revealed at 9am on Wednesday, June 17.
What happens next?
Each team plays one another and at the end of the season we see who's won the league, who else has joined them in promotion, the play-off contenders and the three relegated clubs.
But before then, broadcasters will have their say on which games they wish to move to different days and times over the weekend for TV coverage so don't bank on every game falling at 3pm on a Saturday just yet.
Brentford's 2014-15 Championship adventure in pictures...
What were last year’s opening day fixtures?
QPR began their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 loss at Hull City, with both teams going on to suffer relegation.
Brentford started life in the Championship at home to Charlton and drew 1-1 while Fulham set the tone for a disappointing season by losing 2-1 at Ipswich.
AFC Wimbledon’s League Two journey commenced at Kingsmeadow as they drew 2-2 with Shrewsbury. Barnet thrashed Chester 5-0 and went on to win the Conference.
So when does the season start?
The 2015/16 campaign gets underway on August 8, with the Premier League and Football League seasons kicking off at the same time.
Last season's opening Championship game was on Saturday August 9, while the top flight started a week later.
It is a slightly earlier kick-off this year due to the European Championships in France next summer.
Quiz: How many of last year's Sky Bet Championship grounds can you identify?