Coventry City will kick-off their 2021/22 EFL Championship campaign at home against Nottingham Forest.
The eagerly-anticipated fixture on Saturday 7 August will mark the return of the Sky Blues to Coventry Building Society Arena.
Mark Robins’ side will then travel to Barnsley and Blackpool, before returning to Coventry to take on Reading on 21 August in their second home fixture of the season.
City will travel to Cardiff on Boxing Day but will play twice at Coventry Building Society Arena over the festive period, hosting Millwall on December 29 and Luton Town on New Year’s Day.
The Sky Blues will welcome Birmingham City on 23 November, with West Bromwich Albion visiting the Coventry Building Society Arena on 4 December.
Elsewhere in the Midlands, Derby County will visit Coventry on 23 October and Stoke City on 18 December.
Coventry City close their home campaign on 30 May against Huddersfield Town, marking the final fixture of the season at Coventry Building Society Arena.
Mark Robins’ side will finish the season with a final day trip to Stoke City.
Please note all fixtures are subject to change.
For more information and ticket details once they are confirmed, visit Coventry City’s website www.ccfc.co.uk
View the full fixture list below:
Sat 7th – Nottingham Forest (H)
Sat 14th – Barnsley (A)
Tue 17th – Blackpool (A)
Sat 21st – Reading (H)
Sat 28th – Queens Park Rangers (A)
Sat 11th – Middlesbrough (H)
Wed 15th – Cardiff City (H)
Sat 18th – Millwall (A)
Sat 25th – Peterborough United (H)
Wed 29th – Luton Town (A)
Sat 2nd – Fulham (H)
Sat 16th – Blackburn Rovers (A)
Wed 20th – Preston North End (A)
Sat 23rd – Derby County (H)
Sat 30th – Hull City (A)
Tue 2nd – Swansea City (H)
Sat 6th – Bristol City (H)
Sat 20th – Sheffield United (A)
Tue 23rd – Birmingham City (H)
Sat 27th – AFC Bournemouth (A)
Sat 4th – West Bromwich Albion (H)
Sat 11th – Huddersfield Town (A)
Sat 18th – Stoke City (H)
Sun 26th – Cardiff City (A)
Wed 29th – Millwall (H)
Sat 1st – Luton Town (H)
Sat 15th – Peterborough United (A)
Sat 22nd – Queens Park Rangers (H)
Sat 29th – Middlesbrough (A)
Sat 5th – Nottingham Forest (A)
Tue 8th – Blackpool (H)
Sat 12th – Reading (A)
Sat 19th – Barnsley (H)
Tue 22nd – Bristol City (A)
Sat 26th – Preston North End (H)
Sat 5th – Swansea City (A)
Sat 12th – Sheffield United (H)
Wed 16th – Hull City (H)
Sat 19th – Derby County (A)
Sat 2nd – Blackburn Rovers (H)
Sat 9th – Fulham (A)
Fri 15th – Birmingham City (A)
Mon 18th – AFC Bournemouth (H)
Sat 23rd – West Bromwich Albion (A)
Sat 30th – Huddersfield Town (H)
May 7th – Stoke City (A)