Boro are back under the Riverside lights against Leeds United tomorrow night (7.45pm). Here's all the key matchday information...
Tickets are still available for tomorrow's visit of Leeds to the Riverside.
Supporters must have a pre-existing ticketing account and a booking history with the club within the last three years in order to purchase tickets for tomorrow night's game.
Supporters who wish to buy tickets for the game but have a booking history pre-dating this three-year window are advised to contact the Ticket Office on email@example.com . Evidence of previous ticketing purchases with MFC, for instance email confirmation, may be requested.
Prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.
The main Ticket Office is open from 10am tomorrow and right up until kick-off for sales and collections.
Supporters can also buy and collect tickets from all of our satellite ticket offices at the Riverside Stadium - North, East and South Ticket Offices - from 6pm.
2020/21 Season Cards On Sale
Season Cards for the 2020/21 campaign are on sale and you can secure your seat online, over the phone by calling 01642 929421 or in person at the main Ticket Office at the Riverside.
Norton to Wynyard A19 northbound road closure delay
Please note that the Norton to Wynyard A19 northbound road closure will be delayed from 8pm until 10.30pm to allow access for supporters travelling home from tomorrow's match.
Please note that there are ongoing roadworks at the Bridge Street East/Dock Street/Windward Way junction, with the area closed to through traffic.
There is a temporary matchday only arrangement in place for CIAC and Hudson Quay car park permit holders to gain access to Windward Way from Bridge Street East only. There will be no access from Dock Street to Windward Way.
Middlesbrough College’s Windward Way car park will be closed for tomorrow's game, and supporters are advised to use the college’s Vulcan Street car park instead.
Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times, and supporters walking to or from the Albert Road/Durham Road area are asked to take greater care as they pass the roadworks.
Cleveland Police are also advising supporters who travel by train to allow extra time, with trains expected to be busy for tomorrow's game.
Take advantage of 50% off home and away kits as well as training wear in store and online.
The Club Shop will be open from 9am tomorrow up until kick-off.
BBC Tees' Scott Makin will be our compere for the evening in the FanZone, which will be open from 6pm.
As always, there will be a variety of drinks available, as well as burger and sausage buns available to purchase from Pork on Your Fork. We will also have some Boro items and giveaways.
Entertainment before kick-off and after the final whistle will be supplied by Middlesbrough-born singer songwriter Alistair James, who's supported the likes of The Enemy and Miles Kane previously.
Hear the pre-match thoughts of Neil Maddison from 6.35pm, while ex-Boro and Leeds striker John Hendrie will provide post-match analysis.
Turnstiles to the Generation Red Family Zone open at 6.30pm tomorrow night.
Tell a fairy-tale day! Your very own day to have a fairy-tale! Read stories or make up your own. We will have lots of fairy-themed activities and competitions.
Tell us what you think the score might be and who you think will score the first goal to win a very exciting prize!
We also have our regular Guessing Games competitions and don’t forget to enter our Frankie & Benny's competition – you could win a voucher.
Head pitchside at 7.30pm to be one of our lucky flag wavers and be a part of the pre-match build-up!
#UTB Matchday Programme
Our official matchday programme - #UTB - is priced at only £2 and you can get your copy in and around the Riverside.
In the latest edition, Patrick Roberts is next in the hotseat for our job interview, youngster Tyrone O'Neill talks us through his firsts and lasts, head coach Jonathan Woodgate pens his pre-match thoughts, a look back on some Ayresome Park memories and plenty more.
Follow The Game
Supporters in the UK and overseas can watch all the action unfold at the Riverside tomorrow night via our video streaming service, MatchdayLIVE.
Our video stream includes four-camera coverage, replays, graphics as well as commentary synced to the feed from the BBC Radio Tees Sport team.
Single video stream passes are priced at £10 for UK subscribers and £5 for overseas viewers.
Audio commentary passes are also available, with single match passes priced at £3, while a seasonal subscription costs £11.25.
For the fastest response, please direct all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org which is fully staffed during normal office hours, as well as before and during Boro first team games.
Alternatively, there is plenty of information and answers to frequently asked questions within the MatchdayLIVE section.
All bases will be covered in our match centre for tomorrow's game, with team news, pre-match build-up, minute-by-minute updates and post-match reaction.