Huddersfield Town play Chelsea on the opening day of the 2018/19 Premier League season.
The top flight released all of the fixtures at 9am, with the Terriers discovering they will also face Manchester United on Boxing Day and Burnley on New Year's Day.
Town will also take on Southampton at St Mary's on the final day of the season.
Last year David Wagner's men kicked off at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace and claimed an impressive 3-0 win over the Eagles.
That victory took Town top of the table and the West Yorkshire side continued their 100 per cent record in their first home match, beating Championship victors Newcastle United 1-0 at the John Smith's Stadium.
Stick with us here as we bring you all the reaction from the announcement.
Opening Day Odds
The fixtures have only just been announced but already the bookmakers are looking to get some money in - making the Terriers underdogs for their opening day clash against Chelsea.
More of the Same...
So it’s a clash against Chelsea first up next season - more of this would be good...
If not at the John Smith’s Stadium, where will you be watching?
Dean Hoyle has spoken after Town’s fixtures were announced.
We’ll have full quotes online later.
Warnock on Cardiff fixtures
The former Town boss isn’t sure he’ll last till Christmas after the Bluebirds’ fixtures were released this morning!
He told talkSport:
We’ve got Arsenal at home, Chelsea away and then Man City at home in September – it’s a great league isn’t it?
Then in October we’ve got Tottenham away, Fulham at home and Liverpool away – it’ll be about, ‘can I last ‘till Christmas?’
I’ve just been over to Malaysia, I went to see my owner to talk about next season and what we’re looking it.
When I left I said to the staff there, ‘I hope I see you next year, but you know what’s like this managerial job!’
Best opening days
Some decent Town performances here...
Manchester United (A)
That’s on Boxing Day for the Town fans this year.
Remember when Town took on Jose Mourinho’s men at home last season?
Town’s opening match against Chelsea could be moved for TV, with the Blues’ first game being televised in 4 of the last 5 seasons.
Here’s when the first TV fixtures are announced.
Manchester City (A)
That’s the first away day for Town this coming season.
Last year the Terriers visited City on the third-to-last day of the campaign and became the first team to stop Pep Guardiola’s side scoring in a home league match.
Can they do it again this year?
Jason McCartney reacts
Mark Hudson reacts
Chelsea's opening days
Chelsea have won seven of their last 10 opening day matches.
They have drawn two - against Stoke City and Swansea City - and have lost just one.
That defeat came last year however, with the Clarets claiming a 3-2 victory at Stamford Bridge against the then champions.
The Terriers are at 11/2 to beat Chelsea on the opening day of the season.
The draw is at 14/5, while the Blues are favourites to take the win at 8/15.
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What an unbelievable day.
Seems as good a time as any to relive THAT goal at Stamford Bridge...
A mixed reaction from the Town faithful.
Reaction to fixtures
Here’s how the news was broken at Town this morning...
Boxing day schedule
Brighton v Arsenal
Burnley v Everton
Crystal Palace v Cardiff City
Fulham v Wolverhampton
Leicester City v Manchester City
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Manchester United v Huddersfield Town
Southampton v West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur v A.F.C. Bournemouth
Watford v Chelsea
Andy Booth reaction
Opening weekend: Full breakdown
Arsenal vs Man City
Bournemouth vs Cardiff
Fulham vs C. Palace
Huddersfield vs Chelsea
Liverpool vs West Ham
Man Utd vs Leicester
Newcastle vs Spurs
Saints vs Burnley
Watford vs Brighton
Wolves vs Everton
Full fixture list
WHAT A FIXTURE TO OPEN ON!
Here we go...
TWO MINUTES TO GO!
Who will it be...?
What a day it was last year.
Town had come up via the play-offs for their maiden Premier League season, being paired with Crystal Palace on the opening weekend.
A Joel Ward own goal gave Town the lead at Selhurst Park before a Steve Mounie brace confirmed Town’s first win in the top flight since November 27, 1971.
Sean Jarvis speaks ahead of release
30 minutes to go
It’s getting very close to release time now!