Manchester City will begin the defence of their Premier League title on the weekend of 16 August.
Celtic, under new boss Ronny Deila, start their bid for a fourth successive Scottish championship a week earlier.
The remainder of the Scottish League and the English Football League also start on 9 August. BBC Sport online will have each team's fixtures in full.
In Scotland, there will be huge interest in the Championship given it contains Rangers, Hearts and Hibernian, who between them had three of the five highest average attendances last season.
Manchester City, who secured their second Premier League crown in three years with a last-day win over West Ham, are joined in the top flight by Leicester, Burnley and QPR who were all promoted from the Championship.
However, given David Moyes was irritated by a tough opening fixture list prior to his ill-fated spell at Manchester United, it will be interesting to see whether the computer is any kinder to the Scot's successor Louis van Gaal.
Ronald Koeman will also learn where he will start his tenure at Southampton after former boss Mauricio Pochettino moved on to Tottenham.
Cesc Fabregas' arrival at Chelsea is likely to be just one of a large number of high-profile transfers prior to the big kick-off, with Diego Costa also set to join the former Barcelona man at Stamford Bridge.
Lower down the scale, Luton and Cambridge will discover who they face as they return to the Football League after absences of five and nine years respectively.