Norwich City's first competitive assignment of the 2018-19 Sky Bet Championship season sees them travel to St. Andrews to face Birmingham City on Saturday, Augst 4 (3pm)
After a gruelling pre-season schedule involving eight matches and plenty of double training sessions, City's preparation gets put to the test for real this weekend.
Here's all you need to know ahead of the Canaries' first match of the season:
Getting to St. Andrews
The postcode for St. Andrews is B9 4RL. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
By train, if you arrive at Birmingham New Street station in the city centre, either walk to Moor Street station (ten minutes) take a taxi or embark on the 25-30 minute walk to the ground, some of which is uphill.
Walking to Moor Street station will enable you to travel to Bordesley station which is a ten minute walk from the stadium.
Food and drink
According to the footballgroundguide.com, there are not many pubs located near to St. Andrews. However, the Cricketers Arms accomodates away fans and is around ten minutes from the stadium.
There are plenty of pubs in the city centre from which you can then make you way to the stadium. Alternatively, there are plenty of places where you can eat and drink at the stadium.
Tickets for the match are priced:
19-24 year-olds £20
13-18 year-olds £15
Please note all Under-15s must be accompanied by an adult.
Club Canary coach travel will also be available priced at £22 with a £1 discount for season ticket holders and members. Departure time from Carrow Road is 9:30am.
To purchase tickets, please call 01603 721902, visit the ticket offices at Carrow Road or Chapelfield or go online HERE.
Tickets will be available until 2pm tomorrow but supporters will be able to purchase on the day at St. Andrews. Please note this will be a cash only service at the away turnstiles.
Meet the opposition
Birmingham finished 19th in the Sky Bet Championship last season, only four points from clear of the relegation zone.
Garry Monk is currently at the helm after being appointed in March 2018, making him the Blues' fifth permanent manager in 15 months.
Monk has had to deal with a transfer embargo this summer meaning it's unsure whether their only signing so far, left-back Kristian Pedersen from Union Berlin, is registered to play this weekend.
However, Birmingham possess plenty of attacking talent with the likes of Jota, Isaac Vassell and Che Adams posing their biggest threat to the Canaries.
How to follow
Overseas supporters can watch the match on iFollow and UK-based supporters can get full audio commentary of the match, provided by BBC Radio Norfolk's Chris Goreham.
Alternatively, we will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.