New season, new league and new away trips to new grounds. Our 2016/17 Premier League fixture list was released on Wednesday and if you're yet to see it, you can click here to view it in full.
During Aitor Karanka's reign at the club Boro have managed to draw almost all of the 'big clubs' away in cup competitions and have visited the likes of Anfield, the Etihad, the Emirates and Old Trafford in the last two seasons.
But there's still plenty more to look forward to for fans who haven't had chance to visit certain grounds since we lost our status in the top flight:
Stamford Bridge - last visit: January 28 2009
We have met Chelsea in recent years - three in fact - when the Blues travelled to the Riverside for an FA Cup tie in February 2013 which they won 2-0 with goals from Fernando Torres and Victor Moses.
However, our last trip to West London came in our infamous relegation season way back in January 2009.
A second-half Salomon Kalou brace was enough to condemn Boro to defeat that day against a team packed with Premier League superstars such as Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Michael Ballack to name a few.
We'll be heading to Stamford Bridge on May 6 2017.
White Hart Lane - last visit: March 4 2009
This season's title contenders look an entirely different outfit to the team Boro faced on our last trip to the white side of North London.
Jonathan Woodgate lined up for Spurs that day, as well as Luke Modric, Robbie Keane and Jermaine Jenas.
Boro fell to a heavy 4-0 defeat that day, with goals coming from Robbie Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko and two from Aaron Lennon.
February 4 2017 sees us travel to North London.
Goodison Park - last visit: March 8 2009
December's defeat at the Riverside is still relatively fresh in the mind of Boro fans after goals from Gerard Deulofeu and Romelu Lukaku knocked us out of the Capital One Cup.
But we haven't been to the Toffee's ground since we lost in an FA Cup tie back in March 2009.
David Wheater opened the scoring for Boro that day, but the home side fought back with goals from Marouane Fellaini and Louis Saha.
Fans won't have to wait long to visit Goodison, as it's our third away game of the season on September 17.
Britannia Stadium - last visit: March 21 2009
Newly-promoted Stoke had lost at the Riverside earlier in their first season back in the Premier League, back in August 2008.
The Potters welcomed Boro to the Britannia in March of the next year and it would prove to be the last time the Teessiders would make the trip as we've never been back since relegation.
As well as the stadiums in England that we haven't visited since relegation, there are others that haven't been typed into a Teesside Sat Nav for quite a number of years.
After taking on Stoke in our first game of the season at home, we're off to the Britannia on March 4.
The Hawthorns - last visit: April 17 2010
We last met West Brom in the Championship during their promotion-winning season way back in 2010.
Simon Cox and Roman Bednar scored for the baggies in their 2-0 win.
Boro will be back at the Hawthorns after six years in our second away game of the season, on August 27.
Stadium of Light - last visit: October 30 2012
We did head up to Sunderland not so long ago for a behind-closed-doors friendly, but Boro fans haven't had chance to pack out the away end for a North East derby since our cup win four years ago.
Scott McDonald was the hero that day, with the striker's goal on 39 minutes enough to send Boro through in the league cup tie.
Sunderland's Premier League status has been in doubt this season, but Sam Allardyce's side know that a win over Everton this weekend would cement their safety.
One we're all looking forward to - we're making the short trip to Sunderland for our second game of the season on August 20.
Olympic Stadium - never visited.
Perhaps the one of the most exciting away days on a lot of fans' radars is the trip to the Olympic Stadium as West Ham prepare to leave the Boleyn Ground behind.
Our last league game away at West Ham was in the Championship, when a Bart Ogbeche goal rescued a point following a Joe Bennett own goal.
With the Hammers set to move into their new home in the summer, the Olympic Stadium is one we're all looking forward to.
October 1 will see Boro fans head for a ground we've never visited before.