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Clubs in the Championship, League One and League Two have discovered their schedules for next season's campaign

The fixtures for the 2013-14 Football League season have been announced.

CHAMPIONSHIP
OPENING DAY FIXTURES
Barnsley
Birmingham
Bournemouth
Burnley
Derby
Doncaster
Leeds
Middlesbrough
Millwall
Nottingham.Forest
QPR
Reading
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Wigan
Watford
Charlton
Bolton
Blackburn
Blackpool
Brighton
Leicester
Yeovil
Huddersfield
Sheffield.Wednesday
Ipswich
All 72 clubs from the Championship, League One and League Two have discovered who they will be facing and when next term, with the season proper running from August 3 2013 to May 3 2014 before the annual end-of-season playoffs.

Two of last season's relegated Premier League sides start kick off the season with home ties, as QPR host Sheffield Wednesday and Reading welcome Ipswich to the Madejski Stadium.

Meanwhile Wigan, who were also relegated last season and announced the appointment of Owen Coyle as their new manager last week, travel to Oakwell to face Barnsley on the opening day of the campaign.

Defeated playoff finalists Watford begin their Championship campaign away to Birmingham City while Gary Johnson's Yeovil, who will play in English football's second-tier for the first time in the club's history after winning promotion from League One, will start against Millwall.

In League One, Capital One Cup finalists Bradford City kick off their season against Bristol City, who were relegated from the Championship last season, while Wolves travel to Deepdale to face Preston.

Meanwhile in League Two, Portsmouth begin life in the fourth tier of English football at home to Oxford, while Mansfield, who returned to the Football League after winning the Conference, start the 2013-14 campaign away to Scunthorpe.

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