Boro are back at the Riverside for the first of two home games this week. Here's everything you need to know for the visit of Wigan Athletic (7.45pm)...
Tickets are still available to buy for the visit of the Latics tomorrow night.
Ticket prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.
As always, we strongly advise supporters to purchase tickets in advance or use the 'Print at Home' option to avoid queues on the day of the game.
If you have tickets for collection please ensure you arrive early. Collections are available from the North Stand only from 4pm. There will be no sales from the North Stand office.
Our FanZone, located opposite the Ayresome Park gates, will be open from 5pm until 7.30pm and open again after the final whistle.
Sponsored by Heineken, there will be a variety of drinks available, and Pork On Your Fork will be providing the food.
Scott Makin from BBC Tees will be our compere for the night, with entertainment from Teesside singer/songwriter Heather Story, who's recently supported the likes of James Bay, the Human League and Slow Club.
Former Boro man Neil Maddison will be in the FanZone from 6.30pm to give his pre-match thoughts.
We will also have some signed Boro items and other giveaways for supporters.
Turnstiles to the Generation Red Family Zone open at 6.30pm.
It's nearly time to go back to school! Do you want to win a cool new MFC backpack full of WHSmith goodies? Enter your details at the Creative Corner, in association with WHSmith Teesside Park, to see if you can be our lucky winner.
Yesterday was potato day and tomorrow is poet day. Can you write a poem about a potato? The best poem will win the collection of super potato books.
We also have our regular Guessing Games competitions and Frankie & Benny's and Nando's vouchers to win. Look out for our new food offering in the GRFZ.
You can be a part of the pre-match build-up by being one of our lucky flag wavers! Get yourself pitchside at 7.30pm and you can be a part of it.
#UTB Matchday Programme
You can get your copy of our official matchday programme #UTB for only £2 in and around the Riverside tomorrow.
Packed with plenty of content to read, tomorrow's edition includes Jonathan Woodgate's pre-match thoughts while Jonny Howson is next to face our job interview, Lewis Wing gives us his firsts and lasts, and much more.
Follow The Game Live
Our MatchdayLIVE video streaming will be available domestically and overseas for tomorrow's game.
The video stream includes four-camera coverage, complete with graphics, replays and synced commentary from BBC Radio Tees.
Live video stream match passes are priced at £5 for overseas supporters or £10 for fans in the UK and Ireland.
Audio commentary of tomorrow's match is also available worldwide, with single match audio passes available at £3, or seasonal subscriptions at £45.
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.
We will also have everything covered in our match centre, with all the pre-match build-up, live minute-by-minute updates and all the reaction from the Boro dressing room afterwards.