Millwall to open League One campaign at Shrewsbury Town

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MILLWALL will kick-off the 2015-16 Sky Bet League One campaign away to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday, August 8.

The Lions’ first home game will take place the following Saturday when Coventry City visit The Den.

The next three league games will be against Barnsley (H), Scunthorpe United (A) and Chesterfield (H) on August 29.

Neil Harris’ side will be at home to Walsall on Boxing Day, while the last clash of 2015 will be on Monday, December 28 away to Southend.

Millwall will face fellow relegated sides Wigan (A) on Tuesday, September 29 and Blackpool (A) on Tuesday, October 20.

The longest away trip for Lions fans, over 250 miles to Fleetwood Town, will be on Tuesday, November 24.

There is no New Year’s Day fixture this season, meaning the Lions’ first league game of 2016 will be away to Barnsley on January 2.

Because of Euro 2016, the season will finish earlier, with Oldham Athletic the last home game of the season on April 30.

Millwall's final five fixtures of the season will be: Coventry City (A), Fleetwood Town (H), Bury (A), Oldham Athletic (H) and Gillingham (A).

*This is a provisional list. Clubs have 10 days to request minor changes around kick-off times and moving games to Friday nights or Sunday before the finalised list is resubmitted.

Provisional Sky Bet League One schedule 2015/16:

Sat Aug 8 Shrewsbury Town A

Tue Aug 11 Barnet H – Capital One Cup Round One

Sat Aug 15 Coventry City H

Tue Aug 18 Barnsley H

Sat Aug 22 Scunthorpe United A

Wed Aug 26 Capital One Cup 2

Sat Aug 29 Chesterfield H

Sat Sep 5 Port Vale A (International Date)

Sat Sep 12 Crewe Alexandra A

Sat Sep 19 Southend United H

Wed Sep 23 Capital One Cup 3

Sat Sep 26 Rochdale H

Tue Sep 29 Wigan Athletic A

Sat Oct 3 Peterborough United A

Sat Oct 10 Doncaster Rovers H (International Date)

Sat Oct 17 Swindon Town H

Tue Oct 20 Blackpool A

Sat Oct 24 Sheffield United A

Wed Oct 28 Capital One Cup 4

Sat Oct 31 Bradford City H

Sat Nov 7 Emirates FA Cup 1

Sat Nov 14 Burton Albion A (International Date)

Sat Nov 21 Colchester United H

Tue Nov 24 Fleetwood Town A

Sat Nov 28 Bury H

Wed Dec 2 Capital One Cup 5

Sat Dec 5 Emirates FA Cup 2

Sat Dec 12 Oldham Athletic A

Sat Dec 19 Gillingham H

Sat Dec 26 Walsall H

Mon Dec 28 Southend United A

Sat Jan 2 Barnsley A

Wed Jan 6 Capital One Cup Semi-Final (1)

Sat Jan 9 Scunthorpe United H (Emirates FA Cup 3)

Sat Jan 16 Port Vale H

Sat Jan 23 Chesterfield A

Wed Jan 27 Capital One Cup Semi-Final (2)

Sat Jan 30 Crewe Alexandra H (Emirates FA Cup 4)

Sat Feb 6 Walsall A

Sat Feb 13 Rochdale A

Sat Feb 20 Peterborough United H (Emirates FA Cup 5)

Sat Feb 27 Doncaster Rovers A

Sun Feb 28 Capital One Cup Final

Tue Mar 1 Wigan Athletic H

Sat Mar 5 Blackpool H

Sat Mar 12 Swindon Town A (Emirates FA Cup 6)

Sat Mar 19 Sheffield United H

Sat Mar 26 Bradford City A (International Date)

Mon Mar 28 Burton Albion H

Sat Apr 2 Colchester United A

Sat Apr 9 Shrewsbury Town H

Sat Apr 16 Coventry City A

Tue Apr 19 Fleetwood Town H

Sat Apr 23 Bury A (Emirates FA Cup Semi-Final)

Sat Apr 30 Oldham Athletic H

Sun May 8 Gillingham A

Jay Taylor

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26 thoughts on “Millwall to open League One campaign at Shrewsbury Town

  • June 17, 2015 at 09:15
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    Blackpool fleetwood & Southend away all midweek in the winter. What c*** feeds this computer. Better start checking the b&bs.

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    • June 17, 2015 at 09:29
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      @block 28: You beat me to it,I live 30 miles from Blackpool and Fleetwood appreciate not as hard as for you lads but still a git for me with last trains early once again fixture compiler saying f*** the fans they don't matter add insult to injury winter as well

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    • June 17, 2015 at 10:56
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      @block 28: already checked the b&bs a month ago ..cos we just knew it would be midweek..ps bloody cheap at those times in the year

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      • June 17, 2015 at 11:59
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        @Jim28: Even though live near looks like B & B for me as well still gives me the hump Colchester Saturday this game Tuesday in winter see you there

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    • June 17, 2015 at 12:43
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      @block 28: seems old bill still run the FA fixtures they know everyone likes a day at seaside on a Saturday well fuckem Shrewsbury away first game not bad they got new stadium lets sell our allocation and have a party!

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      • June 17, 2015 at 16:15
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        @frankyden: true..fl do the fixtures then along comes plod and says no we cant pollce tbat on a saturday..been to southend a lot over the years and i can only remember playing august bank holiday once..

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  • June 17, 2015 at 09:17
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    Am i being blind or is Gillingham away not on here? Must be the FA expecting us to not have a good cup run lol

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  • June 17, 2015 at 09:19
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    Gillingham - away - last game ??
    Coventry first Home game could see good crowd.

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    • June 17, 2015 at 09:23
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      @Longfield Lion: My screen shows it finishing on Apr 2 away to Colchester. Thought it seemed a bit early, my bad!

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  • June 17, 2015 at 09:33
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    We are finally at home on Boxing day. First time in about 3 years.

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  • June 17, 2015 at 10:05
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    Whoever pushes the button on fixtures computer needs sacking or worse,how ridiculous Colchester home on the Saturday then Fleetwood away on Tuesday surely any nobody in there right mind would put it the other way round as usual sod the fans

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  • June 17, 2015 at 10:42
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    Wow 3 home games on the trot nice and early to get a good look at our boys.
    I think for the barnet game bomber should go with at least 6 young ones to see how they cope.as barnet have just been promoted they should be a good test for our boys.

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  • June 17, 2015 at 11:00
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    Would rather hear about the signing of a striker, it's worrying there is no news on the transfer front.

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    • June 17, 2015 at 18:52
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      @Peckhamlad: Never much transfer activity done in june with players being on holiday and different tournaments going on. Stay patient Peckham.

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  • June 17, 2015 at 11:47
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    Johnstones Paint trophy games are going to be w/c August and seeing as it is split in to north and south we might get another trip to Wembley, all depends on how serious we take it.

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  • June 17, 2015 at 13:14
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    Yep really excited at least CREWE not mentioned. Thanks JB and AA look where we are now - promotion as much chance as England Ladies winning the World Cup, England the Ashes and England Rugby team winning the world cup and an Englishman winning Wimbledon or an Englishman winning the open - yep cheers. Nobody can tell me there is not some sort of input put into these fixtures - bit like the lottery don't trust that either. COME ON HORATIO, AOB and FRED a post please.

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  • June 17, 2015 at 15:22
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    I haven't been able to go to away games for years (work commitments) so excuse my idiocy to go to an away game can only members buy tickets? If so would someone want to help me out for the Scunthorpe away game august 22?

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    • June 18, 2015 at 08:30
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      @dannyr2791: in theory this is the case..but i know a lot of lads who go without tickets..your probably find this league your get a lot of pay on the day

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  • June 17, 2015 at 15:23
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    Just been told it's live on the 7th Friday night on sky

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  • June 17, 2015 at 15:39
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    f*** me, the full impact of relegation has just hit me.
    Looking at that fixture list of doom, there is some grim, ugly looking places in this country.
    The chance beckons for my youngest to take in the novel sights of six fingered, two headed,
    fish smelling, rodent owning freaks.

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  • June 18, 2015 at 14:05
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    Gillingham away last game...if there is anything on it, oh dear :-)

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  • June 18, 2015 at 19:13
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    Que sera sera
    Whatever will be will be
    were goin to shrewsbury
    Que sera sera...

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