Football League newcomers Salford can open the Sky Bet League Two season against Stevenage, carry on Sky Sports.
Salford was promoted to the league for the first time once beating Fylde in last month’s National League play-off final and their reward may be a mealtime kick-off reception to Stevenage on August 3.
Promotion favorites printer begin their search immediate promotion back to League One with a game against Cambridge, whereas fellow relegated aspect Walsall open with a visit to Northampton.
Newport and Mansfield, who each saw their promotion dreams broken in last season’s playoffs, meet on an opening day at Rodney Parade, with Leyton Orient hosting Cheltenham on their come to the league.
Scunthorpe begins life back within the fourth tier with a game against Swindon whereas Crawley builds a 680-mile round trip to require on Carlisle.
Opening day fixtures – August 3 (3 pm unless stated)
Salford vs Stevenage (12.30pm, live on Sky Sports)
Bradford vs Cambridge
Carlisle vs Crawley
Colchester vs Port Vale
Crewe Alexandra vs Plymouth
Exeter vs Macclesfield
Forest Green vs Oldham
Leyton Orient vs Cheltenham
Morecambe vs Grimsby
Newport vs Mansfield
Northampton vs Walsall
Scunthorpe vs Swindon
Final day fixtures – April 25
Bradford vs Walsall
Cambridge vs Crewe Alexandra
Carlisle vs Stevenage
Cheltenham vs Salford
Colchester vs Forest Green Rovers
Grimsby vs Oldham
Leyton Orient vs Exeter
Macclesfield vs Swindon
Mansfield vs Crawley
Morecambe vs Scunthorpe
Newport vs Northampton
Plymouth vs Port Vale
Sky Bet League Two 2019/20 – club-by-club fixtures
Key dates in the EFL season
The 2019/20 Sky Bet EFL season kicks off over the weekend of August 2-5.
The Carabao Cup starts the following weekend, before concluding at Wembley on Sunday, March 1, while the EFL Trophy begins week commencing September 2 and reaches its climax on Sunday, April 5.
The season-ending Sky Bet EFL playoffs will once again be staged at Wembley, this time across two weekends in May due to the national stadium’s Euro 2020 commitments.
The League Two final will take place on Saturday, May 16, before League One and the Championship take centre stage the following weekend on Sunday, May 24 and Monday, May 25, respectively.