Rotherham United fixtures for 2020-21 EFL Championship season

ROTHERHAM UNITED will start the 2020-21 Championship season with a trip to Adams Park to face fellow promoted side Wycombe Wanderers on September 12.
Rotherham United's ground New York Stadium.Rotherham United's ground New York Stadium.
Rotherham United's ground New York Stadium.

The Millers’ home opener takes place seven days later at home to Millwall and Paul Warne’s side face two Yorkshire derbies at the AESSEAL New York Stadium in October when they host Huddersfield Town (October 3) and Sheffield Wednesday - who they have not beaten in the league at home since 1976 - in midweek on Wednesday, October 28.

Their reverse fixture against the Owls is also destined for a Wednesday with the Millers visiting Hillsborough on March 3.

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Three days later on March 6, the Millers make their their first visit to Brentford’s new community stadium at Lionel Road.

Rotherham face a Boxing Day trip to Middlesbrough and end 2020 with a mouth-watering home derby against Barnsley on December 29.

The Millers start 2021 at home to Cardiff on January 2.

Rotherham head to Oakwell on April 24, three days after hosting Neil Warnock’s Boro.

The Millers’ final home game of the season is against Blackburn Rovers on May 1 and they end the campaign with a long trip to Cardiff on May 8.

Here are the Millers’ fixtures in full.


Sat 19 Millwall H

Sat 26 Birmingham City A


Sat 3 Huddersfield Town H

Sat 17 Norwich City H

Tue 20 Nottingham Forest A

Sat 24 Reading A

Wed 28 Sheffield Wednesday H

Sat 31 Stoke City A


Wed 4 Luton Town H

Sat 7 Preston North End H

Sat 21 Swansea City A

Tue 24 Queens Park Rangers A

Sat 28 AFC Bournemouth H


Tue 1 Brentford H

Sat 5 Coventry City A

Tue 8 Watford A

Sat 12 Bristol City H

Wed 16 Blackburn Rovers A

Sat 19 Derby County H

Sat 26 Middlesbrough A

Tue 29 Barnsley H


Sat 2 Cardiff City H

Sat 16 Derby County A

Tue 19 Stoke City H

Sat 23 Luton Town A

Sat 30 Swansea City H


Sat 6 Preston North End A

Sat 13 Queens Park Rangers H

Wed 17 AFC Bournemouth A

Sat 20 Norwich City A

Tue 23 Nottingham Forest H

Sat 27 Reading H


Wed 3 Sheffield Wednesday A

Sat 6 Brentford A

Sat 13 Coventry City H

Tue 16 Watford H

Sat 20 Bristol City A


Fri 2 Millwall A

Mon 5 Wycombe Wanderers H

Sat 10 Huddersfield Town A

Sat 17 Birmingham City H

Wed 21 Middlesbrough H

Sat 24 Barnsley A


Sat 1 Blackburn Rovers H

Sat 8 Cardiff City A

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