Boro are back on home soil for the first of two successive games at the Riverside, with Sheffield Wednesday up first. Here's everything you need to know...
Home tickets are still available for the visit of the Owls on Saturday, while the South Yorkshire side have sold out their allocation.
Prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.
Tickets are available to purchase on the day of the game, with the Ticket Office open from 10am until kick-off.
We strongly advise supporters to buy tickets in advance to avoid queues on the day, with the 'Print at Home' option available for tickets purchased online.
Collections are available from the North Stand from 12 noon. This office is collection only. No sales.
The East and South Ticket Offices are open from 1pm for sales only. No collections.
Enjoy a pre-match drink in our FanZone, sponsored by Heineken, which will be open from 12 noon.
Gary Phillipson from BBC Tees will be our compere for the afternoon, and the Greedy Goose Pizzeria will be serving freshly made authentic wood fired pizzas as well as ice cream and sweets.
Local brewery Three Brothers Brewing Co. will have their trilogy blonde available in the FanZone at Saturday's game.
Entertainment before kick-off and after the final whistle will be provided by local alternative folk-pop artist Josh Newell-Brown, who's previously performed at Jamie Oliver's Big Feastival.
Former Boro man Neil Maddison will be giving us his pre-match thoughts in the FanZone from 1.35pm, with post-match analysis from ex-Premier League referee and Boro fan Jeff Winter at 5.30pm.
Turnstiles to the GRFZ open at 12.30pm, with lots of fun to be had.
Continuing the celebration of Chicken Month, enter the Nando’s competition for your chance to win some delicious chicken!
To celebrate Read a New Book month, pop over to the Creative Corner to borrow a book. Once you’ve read the book, bring it back and borrow another. You could even win some books for your school if you complete a Book Review Form.
To celebrate ask a stupid question day, we want to know your most stupid question.
Russ Johnson, one of our season card holders, has kindly donated us a signed copy of his new picture book, ‘It Always Rains’ to run a competition in our Family Zone. Tell us why you love the rain for your chance to win! Buy your copy of ‘It Always Rains’ here
Want to be involved in our pre-match build-up? Get pitchside at 2.45pm and you could be one of our lucky flag wavers!
Twe12th Man Bar
Get along to the Twe12th Man Bar in the North Stand after the final whistle, with offers on food and selected drinks with plenty of music and X-boxes to play courtesy of GAME – Teesside Park.
We also have some amazing prizes to be won if you are lucky enough to be a winner in our free raffle. Come along and discuss the match with other supporters. All supporters welcome.
#UTB Matchday Programme
Our official matchday programme #UTB is packed with the usual features, and will be available in and around the Riverside for just £2.
In Saturday's issue, striker Britt Assombalonga is next in the hotseat for our job interview, club captain George Friend gives us his firsts and lasts and much more.
Follow The Game Live
Our video streaming service, MatchdayLIVE, is available to overseas supporters only for the visit of the Owls.
The video stream includes four-camera coverage, complete with replays, graphics, and synced commentary over the footage from BBC Radio Tees.
Video stream match passes are priced at £5 for overseas supporters.
Audio commentary will be available via the BBC Tees Sport team worldwide for Boro fans who are unable to make it to the Riverside. Single match audio passes are available at £3 or £45 for the season.
For the fastest response, please direct all queries to email@example.com 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.
Every kick will also be covered in our match centre, including all the pre-match build-up, minute-by-minute updates throughout and all the reaction from the Boro dressing room.