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The 2022/23 Sky Wager Championship season will get below manner on Friday July 29, when play-off finalists Huddersfield host relegated Burnley on the John Smith’s Stadium, stay on Sky Sports activities.

The next day, Norwich start life again within the second tier with a visit to Cardiff, whereas newly-promoted Rotherham and Wigan begin with residence ties towards Swansea and Preston respectively. On Sunday July 31, Sunderland host Coventry and on Monday August 1, Watford face Sheffield United at Vicarage Street.

The Championship will proceed till matchday 21 on November 12 – by which level groups can have performed six midweek rounds of fixtures – when the competitors will pause for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

However whereas the Premier League won’t resume once more till Boxing Day, it is going to get again up and operating slightly below a month afterward Saturday December 10 with a full spherical of fixtures, which incorporates the Lancashire derby between Blackburn at Preston at Ewood Park.

There will likely be three additional matchdays earlier than the tip of 2022, with matches to be performed on New Yr’s Day, too. Three of the remaining 20 rounds of fixtures will likely be performed in midweek.

The common season involves an in depth on Saturday Might 6, with every match kicking off concurrently at 3pm, and the play-off semi-finals will comply with, although dates will likely be finalised for these fixtures nearer to the time. The play-off remaining is ready to happen at Wembley Stadium on Monday Might 29 2023.

The opening weekend games

Here is the primary spherical of fixtures for the 2022/23 EFL season:

Friday July 29

Huddersfield City vs Burnley, 8pm – Dwell on Sky Sports activities

Saturday July 30

Blackburn Rovers vs Queens Park Rangers, 3pm
Blackpool vs Studying, 3pm
Cardiff Metropolis vs Norwich Metropolis, 3pm
Hull Metropolis vs Bristol Metropolis, 3pm
Luton City vs Birmingham Metropolis, 3pm
Millwall vs Stoke Metropolis, 3pm
Rotherham United vs Swansea Metropolis, 3pm
Wigan Athletic vs Preston North Finish, 3pm
Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion, 5.30pm – Dwell on Sky Sports activities

Sunday July 31

Sunderland vs Coventry Metropolis, 12pm – Dwell on Sky Sports activities

Monday August 1

Watford vs Sheffield United, 8pm – Dwell on Sky Sports activities

Opening Sky Sports live fixtures in full

Friday July 29 – Huddersfield City vs Burnley, 8pm

Saturday July 30 – Middlesbrough vs West Bromwich Albion, 5.30pm

Sunday July 31 – Sunderland vs Coventry Metropolis, 12pm

Monday August 1 – Watford vs Sheffield United, 8pm

Boxing Day schedule

Bristol Metropolis vs West Bromwich Albion
Burnley vs Birmingham Metropolis
Cardiff Metropolis vs QPR
Hull Metropolis vs Blackpool
Luton City vs Norwich Metropolis
Middlesbrough vs Wigan Athletic
Preston North Finish vs Huddersfield City
Studying vs Swansea Metropolis
Rotherham United vs Stoke Metropolis
Sheffield United vs Coventry Metropolis
Sunderland vs Blackburn Rovers
Watford vs Millwall

The final weekend games

Here is the ultimate spherical of fixtures for the 2022/23 EFL season:

Saturday Might 6

Birmingham Metropolis vs Sheffield United, 3pm
Burnley vs Cardiff Metropolis, 3pm
Huddersfield City vs Studying, 3pm
Luton City vs Hull Metropolis, 3pm
Middlesbrough vs Coventry Metropolis, 3pm
Millwall vs Blackburn Rovers, 3pm
Norwich Metropolis vs Blackpool, 3pm
Preston North Finish vs Sunderland, 3pm
Queens Park Rangers vs Bristol Metropolis, 3pm
Swansea Metropolis vs West Bromwich Albion, 3pm
Watford vs Stoke Metropolis, 3pm
Wigan Athletic vs Rotherham United, 3pm

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Key dates for the 2022/23 season

The Championship, League One and League Two seasons will start on the weekend of July 30. That is one week sooner than the 2021/22 marketing campaign began, and means groups can have a 12-week break between the seasons.

Nevertheless, the Championship will take a break in the course of the season to accommodate a winter World Cup for the primary time. Because of this, the fixtures taking on the weekend of November 12/13 would be the remaining ones earlier than gamers are known as up by their nations for the match journey to Qatar.

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The Championship will then resume on Saturday December 10, eight days earlier than the World Cup remaining, which is scheduled to happen on Sunday December 18.

League One and League Two will proceed as deliberate all through the match, although fixtures could also be postponed relying on participant involvement within the World Cup.

The FA Cup first spherical correct begins on the weekend of Saturday November 5, with the second spherical three weeks later and third spherical on the weekend of Saturday January 7. The ultimate will likely be held at Wembley Stadium on Saturday June 3.

The Carabao Cup begins through the week commencing August 10, with spherical two a fortnight later and spherical three through the week commencing November 9. The ultimate may also be held at Wembley on Sunday February 26.

The Papa John’s Trophy begins with the primary group video games on the week commencing August 31. The quarter-finals happen week commencing January 11, the semi-finals through the week commencing February 1 and the ultimate may also be held at Wembley on Sunday March 19 2023.