The latest from the press.
The fixture release date is a permanent date in the diary for all football fans and all football clubs.
The planning and preparation begins, as does the anticipation and expectation – something not limited to just in and around the Clubs either, with many news channels all too happy to bring the latest on clashes and the juicy fixtures.
Here is what some of the local, regional and national press had to say.
Doncaster Free Press: "Doncaster Rovers will make the long journey to Yeovil Town on the opening day of the new League One season.
Port Vale are the first visitors to the Keepmoat Stadium, on August 16, while Doncaster don’t have to wait long for their first derby, a tripto Barnsley on Saturday, September 6.
Easter throws up an intriguing double-header, at home to Bradford City on April 4 and away to Sheffield United on Monday, April 6."
The Star: "League One is the place to be for our local clubs next season with an incredible dozen derbies.
League Two champions Chesterfield and relegated Championship sides Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley have joined Sheffield United in the third tier.
There will be two derbies over Easter weekend with Barnsley hosting Sheffield United who then welcome Doncaster Rovers on Easter Monday."
Yeovilpress.co.uk - "Yeovil Town will kick-off the 2014-15 season in Sky Bet League One with a home game at Huish Park against old adversaries Doncaster Rovers.The season gets underway on Saturday, August 9, 2014, and the Glovers have been give a home fixture for their opener back down in League One.Ironically, it is against Doncaster Rovers – one of the two other sides who were relegated last season with Yeovil from the Sky Bet Championship."
Skysports.com - "In League One, promoted Fleetwood are at home to Crewe whilst two of the teams relegated from the Championship play each other as Yeovil take on Doncaster."