Ayr United fans have learned the layout of their upcoming season after the SPFL released the full fixture list for the 2022/23 season. 

League bosses released the full schedule for Premiership to League Two teams at 9am this morning. 

Now Ayr United fans can plan their year accordingly and prepare for their big games. 

Lee Bullen's side don't have the easiest of starts to the new season as they take on Dick Campbell's Arbroath at Somerset Park on July 30.

Arbroath, who challenged in the promotion playoffs last season, will be looking to go one better this year with Bullen's men looking to spoil their plans and start the season off with a bang at home. 

Next up for the Honest Men is a trip to Glasgow to face Queens Park on August 6.

Former Ayr boss Ian McCall will bring his Partick Thistle side to Ayrshire on September 10 in a match that will surely mean that bit more to both teams. 

The festive season's fixtures see Ayr host Dundee at Somerset on Christmas Eve, before a trip to Cappielow to take on Morton in the first match of the new year on January 2.

The final home match of Ayr's regular league programme sees Raith Rovers rock up to Tryfield Place on April 29, before the last match of the season away to Inverness on Friday, May 5, with both hoping they are challenging for promotion at the business end of the campaign. 

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: "We are very much looking forward to the start of 2022/23, which will be the first season since 2019/20 that capacity crowds have been permitted from day one.

"Despite some pandemic-related restrictions last season, almost 4.5m fans attended games across SPFL competitions and it was fantastic to have supporters back in stadiums in those numbers.

"It’s a hugely exciting time for the Scottish game, with three of our clubs guaranteed European group stage football and lots to look forward to on the domestic front across all four divisions.

"The fixture calendar is somewhat different this year due to the winter World Cup in Qatar but the one constant is the huge interest in Scottish football. I’m sure we will again be treated to great games and plenty of drama between July and our final play-off matches in early June of 2023."

The full SPFL Championship fixture list can be found here.