Every League One team’s last visit of Bristol Rovers - including wins for Derby, Portsmouth & Sheffield Wednesday

Bristol Rovers will visit some stadiums that they haven’t done for a while when the 2022/23 League One season starts

Wednesday, 22nd June 2022, 4:44 pm

Bristol Rovers fans tomorrow will find out their nine-month calendar as the 2022/23 League One fixtures come out.

There's excitement around the Memorial Stadium as the Gas prepare for their first season back in the third tier after a season away after their relegation. Antony Evans has signed a new contract and they made their first addition earlier this week by signing Jordan Rossiter from Fleetwood Town.

Fans weren’t allowed in the last time Rovers played at this level which added to the frustration of watching Rovers go down without a whimper behind their laptop screens.

Joey Barton, who oversaw that relegation has built a team the supporters can be proud of and now they can look forward to mixing with some big teams like Wayne Rooney’s Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday and Portsmouth.

Fans missed out on trips to grounds like the iconic Fratton Park and Hillsborough, but now they can start planning for trips across the length and breadth of England.

For some of the teams they will play, they haven’t visited their grounds for over a decade, in fact Rovers have not played a league match at Derby’s Pride Park.

Teams like Cambridge United and Morecambe also haven’t come up against Rovers for over five years so now there is an opportunity for fans to have a feel of stadium’s they may not have visited before.

In the 2020/21 season, Rovers went on long winless runs on the road but there’s a hope that things will be different this time.

We’ve taken a look at how the Gas have fared in their last visits of their league rivals with a mixed bag coming up.

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