The EFL season is only just over but fans are already looking ahead to the 2022/23 Championship, League One and League Two campaigns.
Whether your team was promoted, relegated or simply consolidated their place in their division, the new year provides a fresh start and the opportunity to once again dream about achieving the impossible, and that all starts with the release of the leagues' fixtures.
Here's all you need to know.
When are the 2022/23 EFL fixtures announced?
The EFL have confirmed that fixtures for the Championship, League One and League Two will all be released on Thursday 23 June.
The fixture lists are expected to go live at 9:00am (BST).
When does the 2022/23 EFL season start?
All three divisions will get underway on 30 July, the same day as Liverpool and Manchester City travel to the King Power Stadium to battle it out for the Community Shield.
They will all come to a close on the same date as well, Saturday 6 May, with the play-off finals scheduled for later that month.
Is there an EFL winter break in 2022/23?
The Championship will pause in winter for the 2022 World Cup, with matchday 16 on Saturday 12 November the final round of fixtures before the action comes to a close.
Once the World Cup group stage is over, the Championship will get back underway on Saturday 10 December. The existing international calls postponement criteria will be applied if teams find themselves heavily impacted by players still at the tournament.
League One and League Two will continue as normal during the winter.
Source : 90min