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General Fixtures and Important Dates 24/25

Being someone who needs to write everything down I thought it might be useful to others the important and less important dates for the coming season.


6th June - Renewals and General sale Season Tickets (online only)
10th June - Renewals and General sale Season Ticket (phone and online
14th June - Transfer Window open
26th June - Fixture list announced at 0900hrs.

5th July - Early bird ST prices and new ST purchases deadline 1500hrs
12th July - Save your seat deadline 1500hrs
17th July - Supporters wishing to move their seats will be able to do so.

19th July - @ Oxford City - 1930hrs

20th July - @ Solihull Moors - 1300hrs
24th July - @ Exeter City - behind closed doors.
27th July - @ Mansfield - 1500hrs

3rd August - (H) Palermo FC - 1500hrs
10th August - First game of the season. Vs Norwich 1230hrs
13th August - League Cup game vs Peterborough
30th August - Transfer window closes.

6th September - International break
11th October - International break
15th November - International break

11th January - FA Cup 3rd Round

28th March - International break

3rd May - Season end.

24-26th May - Play off final weekend.
 
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That is ITK.

I reckon we will have a good chance of being the Friday night game if we get one of the big boys at home first.

To be fair Joey is ITK.

I'm still surprised that nobody seemed to spot him literally spelling out Kioso's name in the transfer rumours thread about 2 weeks ago, before he had been mentioned anywhere else.
 
To be fair Joey is ITK.

I'm still surprised that nobody seemed to spot him literally spelling out Kioso's name in the transfer rumours thread about 2 weeks ago, before he had been mentioned anywhere else.

I am not going to dispute that after he called the opening day of the season game before it came out.
 
Bit of a weird post but I was looking at what day's holiday I need to book for the season ahead, And it struck me just how many of the first games of the season are against teams that have been in League 1 and 2 with us over the last 14 years, whereas after Christmas kind of time it is mostly teams we havent played in the league in recent times

I make it 11 of the last 14 away games being teams we havent played in the league since our return to the football league

Whereas just 2 of our first 9 away are at teams we haven't been in the same league as in the last 14 years

Pretty pointless observation but a pretty weird coincidence I thought

Means a lot of us won't be visiting many new grounds for the first few months
 
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Bit of a weird post but I was looking at what day's holiday I need to book for the season ahead, And it struck me just how many of the first games of the season are against teams that have been in League 1 and 2 with us over the last 14 years, whereas after Christmas kind of time it is mostly teams we havent played in the league in recent times

I make it 11 of the last 14 away games being teams we havent played in the league since our return to the football league

Whereas just 2 of our first 9 away are at teams we haven't been in the same league as in the last 14 years

Pretty pointless observation but a pretty weird coincidence I thought

Means a lot of us won't be visiting many new grounds for the first few months
The games from 8 March onwards are where you only 4 weeks notice of Sky moving them for tv. So could make Hull, Norwich etc more expensive if wanting to pre-book a train. Or if they get moved as well.
 
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Being someone who needs to write everything down I thought it might be useful to others the important and less important dates for the coming season.


6th June - Renewals and General sale Season Tickets (online only)
10th June - Renewals and General sale Season Ticket (phone and online
14th June - Transfer Window open
26th June - Fixture list announced at 0900hrs.


5th July - Early bird ST prices and new ST purchases deadline 1500hrs
12th July - Save your seat deadline 1500hrs
17th July - Supporters wishing to move their seats will be able to do so.

19th July - @ Oxford City - 1930hrs
20th July - @ Solihull Moors - 1300hrs
24th July - @ Exeter City - behind closed doors.
27th July - @ Mansfield - 1500hrs

3rd August - (H) Palermo FC - 1500hrs
10th August - First game of the season. Vs Norwich 1230hrs
13th August - League Cup game vs Peterborough
30th August - Transfer window closes.

6th September - International break
11th October - International break
15th November - International break

11th January - FA Cup 3rd Round

28th March - International break

3rd May - Season end.

24-26th May - Play off final weekend.
Why is there a 5 day gap between saving your seat and being able to move your seat? Very annoying if true.
 
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So will Sky announce exact dates/times for the first half season tomorrow? They said within 7 days of fixture release, so unless they do it first thing Wednesday, it has to be tomorrow.
 
So will Sky announce exact dates/times for the first half season tomorrow? They said within 7 days of fixture release, so unless they do it first thing Wednesday, it has to be tomorrow.
It's to the end of September that should be released within 7 days.

Then before the start of the season, they'll announce those up to FA Cup 3rd Round weekend (11th Jan)
 
Sky are getting very close to missing their own deadline. The plenty of notice thing was all a load of waffle to placate fans.
 
Sky are getting very close to missing their own deadline. The plenty of notice thing was all a load of waffle to placate fans.

Within 7 days typically means at some point during the 7-day period, counting the first day as the 1st day and the last day as the 7th day. In this context, there are 7 days in total, and the counting starts from the first day.

Fixtures released last Wednesday is Day 1, so Day 7 is today (Tuesday) - they said "within" 7 days, so if they stick to the terms of the deal the exact dates/times for fixtures until Burnley on 28th September should be announced by 11:59pm tonight.
 
I saw another club possibly Derby made a post that all midweek games and first and last games would be televised. Which meant something like 10 of the 20, so only 10 left to get moved around.
 
I saw another club possibly Derby made a post that all midweek games and first and last games would be televised. Which meant something like 10 of the 20, so only 10 left to get moved around.
Correct - our 9 x League Fixtures scheduled midweek on Tuesday/Weekend are already confirmed to be televised, along with the 4 x Bank Holiday fixtures and 2 x 1st and last games.

So 15 games already confirmed to be televised (kick-offs times could still change though), with up to 9 x Weekend League games currently scheduled on Saturday's to be televised on Sky Sports as well.
 
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