The Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues have unveiled their game schedule for the 2023 inter-county season, promising a packed start for Gaelic games enthusiasts. The first whistle of the Football League will be heard on January 27th, with Kerry going head-to-head with Derry in Tralee, and Dublin challenging Monaghan at the iconic Croke Park.
February Kicks Off with Allianz Hurling League
The Hurling League will follow closely, starting its season on February 4th. Key matches include a face-off between Limerick and Antrim and a clash between Clare and Cork. This allows for an exciting overlap of football and hurling games throughout February.
Allianz Leagues: An Array of Matches
The leagues' various divisions will see games scattered throughout January and February. The final round of Division 2 football is slated for March 23rd, marking the end of an intense two-month period of Gaelic football and hurling. Notably, the first game in Division 2 will see Cork challenge Donegal on January 28th at Ballybofey's MacCumhaill Park.
Club Championships and Beyond
Adding to the excitement, the fixtures also encompass the All Ireland Club Championships across different football and hurling categories. With semi-finals and finals scheduled throughout January, the Gaelic games calendar promises non-stop action right from the start of the season. The Allianz League's comprehensive schedule is set to deliver a thrilling season for both players and fans.