League One champions Wolves will host Norwich, newly relegated from the Premier League, on the opening weekend of the 2014-15 Championship season.
The other relegated sides, Fulham and Cardiff, face trips to Ipswich and Blackburn respectively.
Brentford begin life back in the second tier at home to fellow London club Charlton, while League One play-off winners Rotherham go to Derby, who were Championship play-off losing finalists.
The new season begins on 9 August.
Wolves will face the Canaries the following day after the game was selected for live television coverage.
Also on opening day, new Brighton boss Sami Hyypia begins with a home match against Sheffield Wednesday, Stuart Pearce begins life in charge of Nottingham Forest at home to Blackpool, while Leeds - currently managerless - visit Millwall.
Among the longest journeys for away fans on opening day, Huddersfield take on Bournemouth, Birmingham visit Middlesbrough, Watford entertain Bolton, while Reading travel to Wigan.
Unlike the Premier League, there are no Football League fixtures on New Years' Day, which is just two days before the FA Cup third round on 3 January.
|Opening weekend fixtures|
|Blackburn Rovers v Cardiff City|
|Brentford v Charlton Athletic|
|Brighton and Hove Albion v Sheffield Wednesday|
|Derby County v Rotherham United|
|Huddersfield Town v Bournemouth|
|Ipswich Town v Fulham|
|Middlesbrough v Birmingham City|
|Millwall v Leeds United|
|Nottingham Forest v Blackpool|
|Watford v Bolton Wanderers|
|Wigan Athletic v Reading|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City|
|Opening fixtures elsewhere|
|Premier League - League One - League Two - Scottish Premiership|
|Get all your teams' fixtures here|
|Scottish League One|
|Scottish League Two|
NB All fixtures and kick-off times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.