Missing football? Fear not, next season's Championship fixtures have now been announced, giving us plenty to talk about as we anticipate another season of twists and turns.
Burnley will kick off the 2021/22 season away to Huddersfield on July 29, while Norwich travel to Cardiff and Watford kick off their campaign at home to Sheffield United.
Middlesbrough host West Brom in the first Saturday afternoon fixture of the season, while Sunderland's return to the Championship will be covered during their opening Sunday clash against Coventry City.
Below, Planet Sport outline all the opening day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and final day fixtures for the upcoming season, with plenty of eye-catching matches for us to look forward to.
The season kicks off with Vincent Kompany's Clarets travelling to Yorkshire to face Huddersfield, while Gareth Bale's first match at Cardiff City could come against Norwich City at home.
Huddersfield vs Burnley
Blackburn Rovers vs Queens Park Rangers
Blackpool vs Reading
Cardiff City vs Norwich City
Hull City vs Bristol City
Luton Town vs Birmingham City
Millwall vs Stoke City
Rotherham United vs Swansea City
Wigan Athletic vs Preston North End
Middlesbrough vs West Brom
Sunderland vs Coventry
Watford vs Sheffield United
The full slate of 15:00 kick-offs on Boxing Day usually erupts with goals. Middlesbrough face newly-promoted Wigan Athletic at the Riverside, while West Brom face a hefty trip to Bristol.
Bristol City vs West Brom
Burnley vs Birmingham City
Cardiff City vs Queens Park Rangers
Hull City vs Blackpool
Luton Town vs Norwich
Middlesbrough vs Wigan Athletic
Preston North End vs Huddersfield Town
Reading vs Swansea City
Roterham United vs Stoke City
Sheffield United vs Coventry City
Sunderland vs Blackburn Rovers
Watford vs Millwall
New Year's Day
Just a week later, the Championship's New Year's Day fixtures give us even more mouth-watering clashes, including a potential top-of-the-table match-up between Norwich and Watford.
Birmingham City vs Middlesbrough
Blackburn Rovers vs Cardiff City
Blackpool vs Sunderland
Coventry City vs Bristol City
Huddersfield Town vs Luton Town
Millwall vs Rotherham United
Norwich City vs Watford
Queens Park Rangers vs Sheffield United
Stoke City vs Preston North End
Swansea City vs Burnley
West Brom vs Reading
Wigan Athletic vs Hull City
Just like last season, the 2022/23 campaign is bound to have plenty lying on the final fixtures of the calendar.
Burnley end the season at home to Cardiff, while Watford and Norwich also end the season at home against Stoke and Blackpool respectively.
There's also potential for fireworks in Wales as Swansea take on West Brom, while League One champions face League One runners-up Rotherham United in what could be a crucial six-pointer.
Burnley vs Cardiff City
Huddersfield Town vs Reading
Luton Town vs Hull City
Middlesbrough vs Coventry City
Millwall vs Blackburn Rovers
Norwich City vs Blackpool
Preston North End vs Sunderland
Queens Park Rangers vs Bristol City
Swansea City vs West Brom
Watford vs Stoke City
Wigan Athletic vs Rotherham United