Leeds United begin with a home match against Burnley, one of the relegated Premier League clubs on August 8.
It has been too long that the Whites have been out of the top flight, and under the ownership of Massimo Cellino, the club's supporters have seen plenty of unpredictable and dramatic events unfold at Elland Road.
The hope is that with the former Brentford and Wigan boss, things are set to settle down a bit, enough for the famous Yorkshire club to make a genuine attempt at being in or around the playoff places.
However, they kick off the season with a testing match hosting relegated Premier League outfit Burnley on August 8, before away fixtures against Reading and League One champions Bristol City. A home game with Sheffield Wednesday and a trip to Derby round out the rest of the opening month.
Leeds will contest the West Yorkshire derby with Huddersfield Town initially away on November 7, and then at home on March 19.
The club closes the season with a trip to another Lancashire club, travelling to Preston, who are back in the Championship.
08/08/2015 Burnley H
15/08/2015 Reading A
18/08/2015 Bristol City A
22/08/2015 Sheffield Wednesday H
29/08/2015 Derby County A
12/09/2015 Brentford H
15/09/2015 Ipswich Town H
19/09/2015 Milton Keynes Dons A
26/09/2015 Middlesbrough A
03/10/2015 Birmingham City H
17/10/2015 Brighton & HA H
20/10/2015 Fulham A
24/10/2015 Bolton Wanderers A
31/10/2015 Blackburn Rovers H
03/11/2015 Cardiff City H
07/11/2015 Huddersfield Town A
21/11/2015 Rotherham United H
28/11/2015 Queens Park Rangers A
05/12/2015 Hull City H
12/12/2015 Charlton Athletic A
15/12/2015 Wolverhampton W'drs A
19/12/2015 Preston North End H
26/12/2015 Nottingham Forest A
28/12/2015 Derby County H
02/01/2016 Milton Keynes Dons H
12/01/2016 Ipswich Town A
16/01/2016 Sheffield Wednesday A
23/01/2016 Bristol City H
30/01/2016 Brentford A
06/02/2016 Nottingham Forest H
13/02/2016 Middlesbrough H
20/02/2016 Birmingham City A
23/02/2016 Fulham H
27/02/2016 Brighton & HA A
05/03/2016 Bolton Wanderers H
08/03/2016 Cardiff City A
12/03/2016 Blackburn Rovers A
19/03/2016 Huddersfield Town H
02/04/2016 Rotherham United A
05/04/2016 Queens Park Rangers H
09/04/2016 Burnley A
16/04/2016 Reading H
19/04/2016 Wolverhampton W'drs H
23/04/2016 Hull City A
30/04/2016 Charlton Athletic H
07/05/2016 Preston North End A
Rosler will welcome his former club Brentford to Leeds in the first game of September (9th).
October is a decent month for Leeds when they have home matches against Birmingham and Brighton, away trips to Fulham and Bolton, and a home game against Blackburn.
Likewise, February sees three home matches and winnable away games against Birmingham and Brighton.
After playing Burnley on the opening day, they don't face another relegated Premier League side until November, but they then face QPR away (28th) and Hull at home (December 5) in successive matches.
As always, April will be a vital month, with seven fixtures scheduled, four of which are at home.