Ready for the Championship to reveal its 2016/17 calendar?

Not long to wait now.

The Championship, League One and League Two fixtures are released at 9am on Wednesday June 22. We'll be running a blog from 8am and you'll be able to see the list in full right here as soon as the embargo is lifted at 9am sharp.

Key dates that will instantly jump to the surface are opening day, Boxing Day, final day - and of course the Yorkshire derbies. Eight of them to look forward to this season.

But which ground are you most looking forward to visiting this season?

The Bristol Post claims Town is "one of the least inspiring" dates on the calendar.

But looking at life with a glass half full kind of attitude, which trip are you anticipating the most keenly?

We've suggested five grounds to get the spine tingling, and you can have your say in the poll at the bottom...

Elland Road - Leeds United

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The west Yorkshire derby provided the most memorable away day of last term - a 4-1 win over Town's local rivals that left David Wagner's record in the fixture as P1 W1.

From the pre-match pleasantries when the away end went barmy for the Town mascot who predicted a win over the stadium loudspeaker (despite severe pressure from the announcer), to long past the final whistle, the fans in blue and white gave it everything.

Certainly there are some pleasant memories there that fans wouldn't mind reliving and adding to.

Plus it has the advantage of being the shortest trip of the lot - a mere 32 mile round trip gives you the option of a lie-in or an early start in the pub.

Villa Park - Aston Villa

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If familiarity breeds contempt, then Town and Villa fans are likely to be the best of friends.

The last time these two teams met in a competitive fixture, it was December 1987. The Pet Shop Boys had the Christmas no.1 with Always on My Mind, and ITV had record-breaking audiences as Hilda Ogden departed Coronation Street. (The game finished 1-1).

Nearly 30 years Town fans have waited for the chance to see their team in league action at Villa Park.

It's a fantastic ground, an opportunity to tick another off the list and the chance to see how a recently-relegated club under new owership deals with the rigours of the Championship following a truly dismal 2015/16 Premier League campaign.

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St James' Park - Newcastle United

St James Park, Newcastle

A stadium that can hold more than 50,000 spectators, has a brilliant atmosphere and is located in a city famous for the quality of its nightlife?

Sounds like a winner.

Alex Smithies, Peter Clarke and Premier League winner Danny Drinkwater were in the side the last time Town went to St James' Park - a 4-3 thriller in the-then Carling Cup, which ended in heartbreak for the away supporters.

And if you missed that one you've been waiting a while to visit the home of the Magies, with the previous clash coming in December 1983.

Time for another trip north?

The Amex - Brighton and Hove Albion

Sky Bet Championship - Brighton (2) v Huddersfield Town (1) - David Wagner applauds the fans.

Possibly easier to get to than Norwich or Ipswich (no midweek away trips to East Anglia please!), Brighton is the furthest that Town will travel in the league this coming season.

The round trip is a full 506 miles, and that's without the hazard of public transport - there was rail replacement bus joy for the trip to the Amex Stadium in 2015/16.

However, it's a great destination for a weekend trip, particularly if Town are lucky enough to land that fixture in August or May.

Bank holiday trip to the seaside anyone?

Griffin Park - Brentford

Sky Bet Championship - Brentford (4) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Town fans.

A local one for our London Terriers and well worth the trip for those from Yorkshire.

Griffin Park, home of the Bees, is famous for being the only ground in the country with a pub at every corner - and there are more on the high street within walking distance.

Plus, it has a two-tiered away stand, giving fans the choice of sitting in the upper tier, or safely standing in the lower.

Ideal.

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Which ground are you most looking forward to visiting?