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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

The Big Countdown

ARE you feeling the post-season blues and craving your weekly fix of Barclays Premier League football . . . well fear not as gear up to bring you the hotly-anticipated 2013-14 fixture list tomorrow.

Attentions are now firmly fixed on the Potters' sixth consecutive top-flight campaign after the Club finished in 13th place at the end a 2012-13 season of ups and downs.

Fixture release day represents one of the biggest days in the footballing calendar, with fans around the country all eagerly awaiting news on who their side will be facing on the opening day of the season, where they will be travelling to over the Christmas and New Year period and what is in store for them as the campaign draws to a climax.

At 9.00am tomorrow, the fixtures will be released first here, exclusively on the Official Website with fans being able to plan their trips to Old Trafford, the Etihad, Anfield and the like once again.

Will Mark Hughes' reign kick-off at the Britannia Stadium, or will the Welshman's first game in charge be on the road? The best way to find out that news first is via our official SMS service.

To subscribe simply text CLUB STOKE NEWS to 88442, with texts costing just 25p each. Cheaper Direct Debit options are also available.

And, of course, news on all the summer transfer activity at the Britannia Stadium will also be sent to subscribers FIRST.

For more information on subscribing to the official SMS news service, CLICK HERE.

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