Liverpool U21s will start the 2014-15 season with a trip to Sunderland on Monday, August 18, at 7pm BST.
Alex Inglethorpe's side will make the journey to the Eppleton Colliery Welfare Ground in Hetton-le-Hole, which is the birthplace of the great Bob Paisley.
The first home game of the season sees a mouthwatering clash with Manchester United at Anfield on Friday, August 22, while the young Reds will also get to play at first-team stadiums such as White Hart Lane, Stamford Bridge and even a trip to Carrow Road to take on Norwich City.
U21s fixtures 2014-15
Monday, 18. Sunderland (A) 7pm, at Eppleton Colliery Welfare Ground.
Friday, 22. Manchester United (H) 7pm, at Anfield.
Friday, 12. West Ham United (A), 7pm, at Upton Park.
Monday, 22. Manchester City (H) 7pm, at Anfield.
Monday, 29. Everton (A) 7pm, at Southport FC.
Friday, 17. Southampton (H), 7pm, at Kirkby Academy.
Monday, 27. Fulham (A) 7pm, at Craven Cottage.
Friday, 31. Tottenham Hotspur (H), 7pm, at Langtree Park, St Helens.
No league fixtures in November.
Wednesday, 17. Norwich City (A), 7pm, at Carrow Road.
Monday, 5. Chelsea (H), 7pm, at Anfield.
Monday, 12. Sunderland (H), 7pm, at Anfield.
Monday, 26. Manchester United (A), 7pm, at Leigh Sports Village.
Saturday, 7. Manchester Cty (A), 3pm, at Manchester City Academy.
Monday, 23. West Ham United (H), 7pm, at Langtree Park.
Monday, 9. Everton (H), 7pm, at Kirkby Academy.
Monday, 16. Southampton (A), 2.30pm, at Staplewood training ground.
Monday, 6. Fulham (H), 7pm, at Langtree Park.
Monday, 13. Leicester City (A), 7pm, at King Power Stadium.
Friday, 17. Tottenham Hotspur (A), 7pm, at White Hart Lane.
Monday, 4. Leicester City (H), 7pm, at Kirkby Academy.
Monday, 11. Norwich City (H), 7pm, at Langtree Park.
Friday, 15. Chelsea (A), 7pm, at Stamford Bridge.
Supporters should note these fixtures are subject to change.