Doncaster Rovers Football Club will open their 2013/14 Championship campaign against Blackpool at Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday 3rd August.
Rovers secured an instant return to the Championship courtesy of James Coppinger’s last minute goal against Brentford on the final day of the league campaign last season.
The game, which will livelong in the memory of every Rovers supporter, secured a return to the second tier of English football for Rovers and the fixtures for next season have been announced.
The eagerly awaited release of all English domestic fixtures in the Football League and Premier League has handed Rovers a home fixture on the opening day.
, which will be the first Saturday away league fixture of the season.th August followed by Charlton Athletic, on Saturday 24thRovers' first away game of the season will be against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday 20
The festive period is always a busy time for football clubs - and for Doncaster Rovers it has handed the side a home game against Ipswich Town on Boxing Day and a trip to Loftus Road to face QPR on New Year's Day.
April, for the final clash on South Yorkshire soil, followed by a trip to the King Power Stadium for the season finale against Leicester City a week later.thRovers last home game will see Reading visit the Keepmoat Stadium, Saturday 26
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September. thRovers will contest the first South Yorkshire derby game of the season with an away fixture at Hillsborough against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday 28
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