And with the club competing in League One for the first time in a decade, there will be plenty of new away days for fans to enjoy – and hopefully plenty of wins along the way.
With all remaining coronavirus restrictions set to be eased on 19 July, supporters should be able to return to football stadiums by the time the season kicks off on Saturday, 7 August.
Away supporters will be allowed back as well to help generate those unforgettable atmospheres we’ve all missed.
With that in mind, we’ve picked out five away trips next season – including one on the coast – where Sheffield Wednesday fans could pack out the visitors’ stand and cheer their team on.
Let’s hope it’s a year to remember for the right reasons.
The sun should be shining when the Owls travel to newly promoted Morecambe on 28 August. The Mazuma stadium can hold more than 1,300 away fans - about 900 shy of the Shrims' average attendance when fans were last allowed into stadiums.
Photo: Charlotte Tattersall
2. Accrington Stanley
The Wham Stadium is the smallest in League One and houses up to 1,800 visiting supporters. Remember to bring your winter gear though - the Owls visit on 20 November and the away terrace is uncovered!
Photo: Clive Brunskill
3. Cheltenham Town
The Owls visit Whaddon Road on 30 October. Around 1,100 fans can be housed in the away end.
Photo: Harry Trump
4. Crewe Alexandra
Gresty Road boasts one large stand but the rest of the ground is much smaller. Up to 1,600 Owls fans will have a side-on view of the action, rather than being behind the goal. It's a bit of a squeeze in the away end, too. Wednesday visit on 11 December.
Photo: Lewis Storey