Port Vale's 2018/19 Sky Bet League Two fixtures have been revealed by the EFL, and Neil Aspin's men will kick the campaign off with a home fixture against Cambridge United on Saturday 4th August.
Vale will then travel to Essex the following Saturday where they will take on Colchester United in their first away game of the season.
The penultimate weekend of the season sees newly promoted Macclesfield Town make the short trip to Burslem, before we round things up with a trip to Bury on Saturday 4th May.
Here are a list of key dates for your diary:
Saturday 4th August 2018 - Vale v Cambridge United (H)
We start the season with a clash versus the U's on home soil, and the last time the two sides met at Vale Park, a brace from Cristian Montano inspired the Valiants to secure a 2-0 victory.
Saturday 11th August 2018 - Colchester United v Vale (A)
A trip south is in store for the first away fixture of the new season, with Aspin and his team pitted against Colchester United at the Weston Homes Community Stadium. Our last game there ended in a 1-1 draw, Marcus Harness scoring Vale's goal back in December 2017.
Saturday 22nd September 2018 - Crewe Alexandra v Vale (A)
Following last season's dramatic draw at Gresty Road, Vale do not have to wait long to return. Antony Kay scored his side's 'goal of the season' during the encounter last season, and the rivalry will resume just seven weeks into the new campaign.
Wednesday 26th December 2018 - Vale v Grimsby Town (H)
The festive period is always a busy time in the footballing calender, and the Valiants have been handed a home fixture on Boxing Day, with Grimsby Town the opponents at Vale Park.
Tuesday 1st January 2019 - Lincoln City v Vale (A)
2019 begins with a trip to Sincil Bank as Danny Cowley's Lincoln City await. The Imps reached the play-offs during 2017/18, but Vale will be hoping to replicate the home success they had against Lincoln last term.
Saturday 6th April 2019 - Vale v Crewe Alexandra (H)
Vale will be seeking revenge following defeat to David Artell's men last time they came to Burslem, and the Railwaymen will provide our first opponents of April.
Saturday 27th April 2019 - Vale v Macclesfield Town (H)
Following Macclesfield winning promotion back to the English Football League last season, the two sides will face off for the first time at Vale Park since 2012. Vale claimed all three points on that occasion, and they will be hoping for the same result in their final home game of 2018/19.
Saturday 4th May 2019 - Bury v Vale (A)
The campaign rounds off with a journey to Gigg Lane, a ground last visited in January 2017 when Vale earned a 2-2 draw. The Valiants will be hoping to go one better this time around, however, and end with three points on the road.
Below is the full fixture list for the 2018/19 Sky Bet League Two season, or alternatively, you can download our PDF to view the schedule.
Saturday 4th August - Cambridge United (H)
Saturday 11th August - Colchester United (A)
Saturday 18th August - Crawley Town (H)
Tuesday 21st August - Carlisle United (A)
Saturday 25th August - Tranmere Rovers (A)
Saturday 1st September - Newport County (H)
Saturday 8th September - Forest Green Rovers (A)
Saturday 15th September - Northampton Town (H)
Saturday 22nd September - Crewe Alexandra (A)
Saturday 29th September - Exeter City (H)
Tuesday 2nd October - MK Dons (H)
Saturday 6th October - Grimsby Town (A)
Saturday 13th October - Lincoln City (H)
Saturday 20th October - Oldham Athletic (A)
Tuesday 23rd October - Stevenage (A)
Saturday 27th October - Bury (H)
Saturday 3rd November - Notts County (H)
Saturday 17th November - Mansfield Town (A)
Saturday 24th November - Swindon Town (H)
Tuesday 27th November - Yeovil Town (A)
Saturday 8th December - Morecambe (A)
Saturday 15th December - Cheltenham Town (H)
Saturday 22nd December - Macclesfield Town (A)
Wednesday 26th December - Grimsby Town (H)
Saturday 29th December - Oldham Athletic (H)
Tuesday 1st January - Lincoln City (A)
Saturday 5th January - Newport County (A)
Saturday 12th January - Colchester United (H)
Saturday 19th January - Crawley Town (A)
Saturday 26th January - Carlisle United (H)
Saturday 2nd February - Tranmere Rovers (H)
Saturday 9th February - Cambridge United (A)
Saturday 16th February - Morecambe (H)
Saturday 23rd February - Cheltenham Town (A)
Saturday 2nd March - Notts County (A)
Saturday 9th March - Mansfield Town (H)
Tuesday 12th March - Yeovil Town (H)
Saturday 16th March - Swindon Town (A)
Saturday 23rd March - Forest Green Rovers (H)
Saturday 30th March - Northampton Town (A)
Saturday 6th April - Crewe Alexandra (H)
Saturday 13th April - Exeter City (A)
Friday 19th April - Stevenage (H)
Monday 22nd April - MK Dons (A)
Saturday 27th April - Macclesfield Town (H)
Saturday 4th May - Bury (A)
*Please note, all fixtures are subject to change.