All the key points and dates regarding the club’s 2015/16 Sky Bet Championship campaign following confirmation of the Whites’ fixture list
Bolton Wanderers’ full 2015/16 Sky Bet Championship fixture list is now available on the club’s fixture page – this can be found by following this link: www.bwfc.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixtures-list.
Aside from the Trotters’ league fixtures however, the key dates for the club’s potential Capital One Cup and Emirates FA Cup fixtures have been confirmed and are as follows:
w/c August 10– Capital One Cup Round 1
w/c August 24 – Capital One Cup Round 2
w/c September 21 – Capital One Cup Round 3
w/c October 26 – Capital One Cup Round 4
w/c November 30 – Capital One Cup Round 5
w/c January 4 – Capital One Cup Semi Final 1st Leg
January 9 – Emirates FA Cup 3rd Round
w/c January 25 – Capital One Cup Semi Final 2nd Leg
January 30 – Emirates FA Cup 4th Round
February 20 – Emirates FA Cup 5th Round
February 28 - Capital One Cup Final
March 12 – Emirates FA Cup 6th Round
April 23/24 – Emirates FA Cup Semi-Finals
May 21 - Emirates FA Cup Final
May 28 - Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final
Should Wanderers enjoy a successful run in the Emirates FA Cup, it would result in a number of league fixtures being rearranged due to clashes.
This would affect games away at Wolves on Saturday 30 January, Queens Park Rangers’s visit to Macron Stadium on Saturday 20 February, the Whites’ home clash with Preston North End on Saturday 12 March and the long trip to Cardiff City on Saturday 23 April.
If Wanderers are selected for any televised games, this will firstly be confirmed on www.bwfc.co.uk.
As during the previous campaign, there will be a total of four international breaks during the 2015/16 season.
The first will be at the beginning of September between Wanderers’ trip to Blackburn and home clash with Wolves, while the second will be held in early October sandwiched between away games against Queens Park Rangers and Burnley.
Next, mid-November sees another brief break between a home game with Bristol City and an away game against Reading, with the final break of the season coming in late March between an away trip to Bristol City and the visit of Reading to Macron Stadium.
Supporters should note that all fixtures, both league and cup, are subject to change.
2015/16 season tickets are still available to purchase ahead of the new campaign.
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