TOWN will open their 2004-05 League I campaign with a visit to Stockport County on Saturday, August 7.
The trip is one of seven under 50 miles in a derby-laden list.
While Chesterfield are the first visitors to the McAlpine, on Tuesday, August 10, Town fans will already be looking forward to the big match with Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Saturday, August 21.
The Owls make the return trip, for what will be only their fifth League game in Huddersfield in 50 years, on Easter Monday, March 28.
Town renew rivalries with closest neighbours Bradford City in a McAlpine match-up the Saturday before Christmas, December 18.
Peter Jackson's men will head up the M606 on Saturday, March 5.
It's the first time the pair have met since the 1998-99 campaign, when Jackson enjoyed a double over his old club in his first spell as Town boss.
Barnsley come to Huddersfield on Saturday, September 18, with the rematch over at Oakwell on Saturday, January 15.
Just like last season, when the outcome was a 1-1 draw, Town go to Doncaster on Bank Holiday Monday, August 30 (Rovers return on Saturday, April 9).
It's Port Vale at home on Boxing Day, which falls on a Sunday.
Town then make the 258-mile trek to AFC Bournemouth on Tuesday, December 28.
New Year's Day, a Saturday, brings a trip to Hull, and there's a home date with Bristol City, rated 4/1 favourites to take the title with totesport, on Monday, January 3.
Easter starts with a Saturday, March 26 visit to Hartlepool before the Monday home meeting with Wednesday (12/1 to take the League I crown with Town 18/1).
There's a 197-mile midweek visit to Swindon Town (Wednesday, December 8) while the longest outing, 298 miles to fellow promoted club Torquay United, is on Saturday, October 9.