Premiership rugby union is back on Friday and bigger than ever.
For the first time, 13 teams will play for the chance to be crowned the champions of England.
With no relegation last season due to the Covid-19 pandemic – and none again this time around – the pressure is almost off for those teams who might worry about dropping down to the Championship.
But what about the fight at the top of the table?
Defending champions Harlequins boast Tabai Matson as the new man to lead their coaching team and a fly-half in Marcus Smith who looks ready to set the world alight, while former champions Exeter again look strong with their impressive roster of talent.
Star-studded Saracens are back having won the Championship last season after 2019’s relegation following salary cap breaches.
Then there is last season’s league winners Bristol and their exciting squad, a possible resurgence for Leicester under Steve Borthwick and beaten semi-finalists Sale who will hope to have Manu Tuilagi and Lood de Jager available after missing much of last season with injury.
Add to that new law changes designed to improve player welfare, as well as the return of capacity crowds, and this season could be one of the most memorable ever.
BBC Sport gives you the rundown of the 13 teams vying to be Premiership champions come the summer of 2022.