We'll begin with an away trip to West Bromich Albion, broadcast live on Sky Sports, on Saturday 20 June.
Blues were narrowly beaten 2-3 by WBA earlier in the season, with the Baggies currently sat second in the league table.
Our first game back at St. Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium will be against Hull City on Saturday 27 June, followed closely by the visit of Huddersfield Town just four days later.
Hull City is currently sat just one position above the relegation zone with 41 points. Huddersfield, meanwhile, is positioned in 18th - 5 points behind Blues.
Provisional dates for the remaining six Blues' matches have also been allocated, although may be subject to change pending television broadcast decisions.
Provisional schedule of matches
West Bromwich Albion v Blues - Saturday 20 June - 3pm kick off
Blues v Hull City - Saturday 27 June - 3pm kick off
Blues v Huddersfield Town - Wednesday 1 July - 7.45pm kick off
Fulham v Blues - Saturday 4 July - 3pm kick off
Blues v Swansea - Tuesday 7 July - 7.45pm kick off
Stoke v Blues - Saturday 11 July - 3pm kick off
Blues v Charlton Athletic - Tuesday 14 July - 7.45pm kick off
Preston North End v Blues - Saturday 18 July - 3pm kick off
Blues v Derby County - Wednesday 22 July - TBC kick off
Blues players have been well prepared to compete in the remaining Championship fixtures.
Preparation for a resumption in football has been planned from the outset - even with a short turnaround between the go-ahead to play again and schedule being announced.
The players remained in training for a week after the first West Bromich Albion fixture postponement and continued to follow strict individual programmes throughout lockdown.
The squad resumed contact training last week and have returned to The Trillion Trophy Training Centre, Wast Hills, in very good shape, physically and mentally.
Details of BluesTV's coverage of the remainder of the Championship season will be announced in due course.