WREXHAM will kick off their Coca-Cola Football League One season with a home clash against Swindon Town on Saturday, August 7.
It could represent a tricky encounter for the Dragons, as Swindon finished in the play-offs last season and are among the favourites for promotion this time.
The match is followed by two away games in a week, with a trip to Oldham Athletic on the Tuesday before a longer journey to Brentford's Griffin Park on Saturday, August 14.
As well as starting the season at the Racecourse, Dragons fans will see their side end their campaign at home with an encounter with Huddersfield Town on May 7. Supporters will also see in 2005 at the Racecourse when the Reds take on Blackpool on Saturday, January 1.
Other key dates include a Boxing Day trip to cash-strapped ex-Premiership side Bradford City.
Wrexham boss Denis Smith has had time to look over the fixtures and is excited by the opening day clash.
'It's a great game because they finished in the play-offs last season and I'm sure they will come to attack because, like us, they'll want to get off to a winning start,' said the manager, who will meet up with Swindon's number two, Malcolm Crosby - Smith's assistant at Oxford United, Sunderland, West Bromwich Albion and York City.
'It's a good one because you want an attractive game at the start of the season so you get the people involved from the off.'
Smith missed the start of pre-season training on Wednesday because he was sorting out the work permit of Trinidad & Tobago defender Dennis Lawrence. But he can't wait to get going.
'I'm looking forward to it as I've had an enjoyable break but you're always busy, so it's good to get back,' he said.