Reading are to face at least three new teams for the first time in league action following relegation to League One.

Following 20 years in the top two divisions, it will be the first season as a 'lower division' club since 2002.

Beating Brentford to promotion on the final day, 10 clubs from that campaign have seen been in the Premier League, while one no longer exists and six have spent time in the non-league game.

Fleetwood Town, Stevenage and Cheltenham Town have never played Reading in a league fixture, although Stevenage played the Royals as recently as last year during a Carabao Cup tie.

1998 was the last time Reading met the Robins, winning 2-1 in the FA Cup.

If Salford City were to win the League Two play-offs, that would make it four teams to have first league meetings with the Royals.

Take a look below at the last league meeting with each club confirmed to be in League One, and see how Reading got on.

Northampton Town, April 2002; 0-0

Stevenage, n/a

Leyton Orient, January 1994, 1-1

Derby County, January 2022; 1-1

Portsmouth, March 2012; 1-0

Wycombe Wanderers, February 2021; 0-1

Charlton Athletic, July 2020; 1-0

Lincoln City, April 1999; 2-2

Shrewsbury Town, February 1992; 2-1

Burton Albion, January 2018; 3-1

Exeter City, January 1994; 1-0

Cheltenham Town, n/a

Bristol Rovers, January 2001; 1-0

Port Vale, January 2002; 2-0

Oxford United, April, 2001; 2-0

Cambridge United, March 2002; 2-2

Wigan Athletic, April 2023; 1-1

Blackpool, February 2023; 3-1