HomeGAAAllianz Football League Division 1 returns for 2023 season opening weekend

Allianz Football League Division 1 returns for 2023 season opening weekend

Allianz Football League Division 1 returns for 2023 season opening weekend”

The Allianz Football Leagues kick off the new GAA season in earnest at the end of January.

With the new Championship structure in place for 2023, there will be a greater emphasis on the final League standings, with places in the Sam Maguire Cup on the line.

Division One will be as competitive as ever, with Kerry looking to build on their incredible 2022 campaign, but Dublin will play in Division Two after being relegated with Kildare last season.

After a year marred by teams withdrawing from warm-up tournaments due to fixture congestion, fans are looking forward to the start of the league season.
SportsNewsIreland announce the fixtures for the upcoming season, with results and Division 1 table updates available at the end of each weekend.

Allianz Football League

Division One

Round One

Saturday January 28

Monaghan v Armagh (Castleblayney, 6.30pm)

Mayo v Galway (Castlebar, 7.30pm)

Sunday January 29

Roscommon v Tyrone (Dr Hyde Park, 1.30pm)

Donegal v Kerry (Ballybofey, 3.45pm)

Round Two

Sunday, February 5

Kerry v Monaghan (Killarney, 1.30pm)

Galway v Roscommon (Salthill, 2pm)

Tyrone v Donegal (Omagh, 2pm)

Armagh v Mayo (3.30pm)

Round Three

Saturday, February 18

Mayo v Kerry (Castlebar, 7.30pm)

Sunday, February 19

Galway v Tyrone (Tuam, 1.45pm)

Monaghan v Donegal (Clones, 1.45pm)

Roscommon v Armagh (Dr Hyde Park, 1.45pm)

Round Four

Saturday, February 25

Kerry v Armagh (Tralee, 5pm)

Mayo v Tyrone (Castlebar, 7pm)

Sunday, February 26

Donegal v Galway (Letterkenny, 12.30pm)

Monaghan v Roscommon (Clones, 2.30pm)

Round Five

Saturday, March 4

Armagh v Donegal (Athletic Grounds, 7.30pm)

Sunday, March 5

Galway v Monaghan (Salthill, 12.45pm)

Tyrone v Kerry (Omagh, 12.45pm)

Roscommon (Dr Hyde Park, 2.45pm)

Round Six

Saturday, March 18

Armagh v Galway (Athletic Grounds, 5pm)

Kerry v Roscommon (Tralee, 7.30pm)

Sunday, March 19

Monaghan v Tyrone (Clones, 2pm)

Donegal v Mayo (Ballybofey, 3.45pm)

Round Seven

Sunday, March 26

(All 1.45pm throw-ins)

Galway v Kerry (Salthill)

Roscommon v Donegal (Dr Hyde Park)

Tyrone v Armagh (Omagh)

Mayo v Monaghan (Castlebar)

April 1/2

Division One Final

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