Getting To Craven CottageLee Clark's first away game as Blackpool manager comes at his former-club Fulham, the first recently-relegated Premier League side The Seasiders will travel to this season.
The two sides haven't met in league action since 2011, but supporters will have travelled to Craven Cottage in the FA Cup two seasons ago.
Here is a quick guide on getting to Fulham.
By car: A little under 250 miles separate Blackpool and Fulham, and it takes around four hours to get between the two.
By train: Supporters are advised to travel to London Euston from Preston, then the nearest tube station is Putney Bridge on the District Line.
There are a number of pubs near the stadium where away fans are welcome, including The Eight Bells, Ox Wagon Bar and The Crabtree. For food there are a number of outlets in and around the stadium with a varying selection.
Fulham have been back at Craven Cottage since 2004, after the stadium was redeveloped and the capacity was increased to 25,700.
The stadium has been on the same site and home to Fulham since 1896, and has also hosted Fulham Rugby League Club in the past.
Blackpool's last visit was back in 2013 when the two sides drew 1-1 in the FA Cup.
Supporters can pay on the day at Fulham, but must use the Putney turnstiles from 6:30pm, and there is a £5 increase.
Tickets go off sale at 1pm on Tuesday, and are priced as follows until then:
£25 for Adults
£20 for 65 and Overs
£20 for Under-21s
£15 for Under 16s
For more ticket information click HERE.