MIDDLESBROUGH'S fixtures for the remainder of the Championship season have been confirmed.

The season is set to resume on June 20, with the regular campaign due to be completed on July 22.

Middlesbrough’s first televised game is on Thursday, July 2 when they go to Hull for a 5pm kick-off.

They open the revised schedule on Saturday, June 20 at home to Swansea City (3pm), before Stoke visit a week later and then the televised trip to Humberside.

The final game sees Boro go to Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday, July 22. The kick-off time is to be confirmed.

A statement on Boro's website stated: "Further games could be moved to accommodate the TV cameras and clubs can renegotiate kick-off times for non-televised matches, subject to final approval from the EFL. Season Card Holders will have access to watch every game via our matchday streaming service."

Sky Sports will screen 30 of the remaining 108 Championship regular season matches. The remaining 78 matches will be available via the iFollow streaming service or an equivalent to season ticket holders of the clubs involved in the individual game.

Match passes will be available for £10 per match for those who want to watch but do not have a season ticket for either of the clubs involved.

Sky Sports will also screen the 15 play-off matches in each division, with League One clubs set to vote tomorrow on how the rest of the season will map out.

Boro’s fixtures

Saturday, June 20: Boro v Swansea City, 3pm

Saturday, June 27: Stoke City v Boro, 3pm

Thursday, July 2: Hull City v Boro, 5pm

Sunday, July 5: Boro v QPR, 3pm

Wednesday, July 8: Millwall v Boro, 7.45pm

Saturday, July 11: Boro v Bristol City, 3pm

Tuesday, July 14: Reading v Boro, 8pm

Saturday, July 18: Boro v Cardiff City, 3pm

Wednesday, July 22: Sheffield Wednesday v Boro, kick-off TBC.