With the start of the 2018-19 season just six weeks away, the Royals' fixtures for the new season have been announced!
You can take a look here and see provisional dates for all 46 league games, but we've condensed it into the key flashpoints for the 2018-19 campaign.
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The Royals will be getting the entire Sky Bet Championship underway with a Friday night clash against Derby County, with the Sky cameras in town on 3rd August (8pm).
A trip to the Rams' arch rivals, Nottingham Forest, follows the next weekend, before we welcome Birmingham City in the first round of the Carabao Cup.
Bolton Wanderers descend on RG2 on Saturday 18th August (3pm) before back-to-back away trips, to newly-promoted Blackburn Rovers (Wednesday 22nd August), and Aston Villa (Saturday August 25th) respectively.
The festive period...
As ever, the Christmas period will see plenty of football for Reading fans to take in! We get the festive season underway against Middlesbrough at home on 22nd December, before a short trip on Boxing Day to take on Millwall at The Den.
Another London journey follows on 29th December, with QPR the opponents at Loftus Road.
New Year's Day will then see the visit of Paul Clement's former club, Swansea City, to Madejski Stadium as we round off the festive calendar.
With the inaugural UEFA Nations League getting underway in the upcoming season, there will be three international breaks across September, October and November, with Euro 2020 qualifiers in March.
Some of the Royals are likely to be involved with their countries, and as ever, we'll be following their progress on the international scene while there's a gap in league football.
Easter and the run-in...
The season starts here! Madejski hosting Friday-night opener against Derby21 June 2018
The Easter schedule sees a trip to a popular away destination for Reading fans, with Bristol City welcoming the Royals on Good Friday.
We then return to RG2 for Easter Monday in time for the visit of West Bromwich Albion, before the Riverside is overrun with inflatables in our final away game of the season - at Middlesbrough.
The Royals finish the campaign in front of the Madejski Stadium faithful, with Birmingham set to be the final opponents on the last day.