Wycombe Wanderers will start their 2024/25 League One season away to newly-promoted Wrexham.

It will be the Chairboys’ first league visit to the Racecourse Ground since November 2007, and it’ll also be the first encounter between the two teams in the third tier since May 2004.

The trip to North Wales will take place on August 10.

Wanderers’ first home league match of the new campaign will be versus former Premier League side Birmingham City seven days later.

The Midlands outfit last visited Adams Park in February 2021, but the fixture was played behind closed doors due to the pandemic.

Wycombe will have to wait until December to face their Thames Valley rivals Reading, with the first encounter taking place at Adams Park, whilst the traditional Boxing Day clash will be away to Stevenage.

New Year’s Day will see Exeter City come to town with the Easter fixtures being against Bolton Wanderers away on Good Friday, and Charlton Athletic at home on Easter Monday.

The campaign will end at home to Stockport County, who were promoted to League One last season.

The league fixtures are as follows, but please note that some are subject to change during the course of the season.

August 10: Wrexham (A)

August 17: Birmingham City (H)

August 24: Rotherham United (H)

August 31: Blackpool (A)


September 7: Mansfield Town (H)

September 14: Northampton Town (A)

September 21: Cambridge United (H)

September 28: Bristol Rovers (A)


October 1: Barnsley (A)

October 5: Crawley Town (H)

October 12: Stockport County (A)

October 19: Peterborough United (H)

October 22: Burton Albion (A)

October 26: Leyton Orient (H)


November 9: Wigan Athletic (A)

November 16: Huddersfield Town (H)

November 23: Lincoln City (A)


December 3: Exeter City (A)

December 7: Reading (H)

December 14: Shrewsbury (A)

December 21: Bolton Wanderers (H)

December 26: Stevenage (A)

December 29: Charlton Athletic (A)


January 1: Exeter City (H)

January 4: Blackpool (H)

January 11: Rotherham United (A)

January 18: Mansfield Town (A)

January 25: Northampton Town (H)

January 28: Barnsley (H)

February 1: Cambridge United (A)

February 8: Bristol Rovers (H)

February 15: Crawley Town (A)

February 22: Wigan Athletic (H)


March 1: Birmingham City (A)

March 4: Burton Albion (H)

March 8: Peterborough United (A)

March 15: Wrexham (H)

March 22: Huddersfield Town (A)

March 29: Lincoln City (H)


April 1: Shrewsbury Town (H)

April 5: Reading (A)

April 12: Stevenage (H)

April 18: Bolton Wanderers (A)

April 21: Charlton Athletic (H)

April 26: Leyton Orient (A)


May 3: Stockport County (H)