The fixture release date for the 2024/25 season has been confirmed.

Wycombe Wanderers will find out when they will face their League One counterparts on Wednesday, June 26 at 9am.

The following EFL season will begin on the weekend of August 10/11, with the regular League campaign ending on May 3, 2025.

The 46 rounds of League matches will take place across 33 weekends, nine midweeks and four Bank Holidays in the Championship, with Leagues One and Two playing over 36 weekends, six midweeks and four Bank Holidays.

The Cup and Trophy competitions remain in their current formats with the Carabao Cup beginning in mid-August and the Group Stage of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy, involving League One, League Two and 16 invited under-21 Premier League teams, starting in early September. 

The Sky Bet Play- Offs will be played over the 2025 May Bank Holiday Weekend.

EFL Chief Executive, Trevor Birch said: “Whilst the fixture calendar remains a shared asset across the EFL, Premier League and Football Association, additional pressures from revamped European competitions means that scheduling across the season remains challenging and complex, so it requires a whole game response to find a solution.

“As it stands there is no agreement in place to make any changes to the Carabao Cup’s two-legged semi-final format, which continues to provide significant financial benefit to EFL Clubs."

Wycombe have started each of their seven league seasons with a home fixture, winning three (2019, 2021 and 2022), drawing two (2017 and 2018) and losing two (2020 and 2023).

The last time Wanderers began a season away from home was in 2016 at Crawley.