Donegal will begin their 2014 Ulster Championship game with an away game against Derry in Celtic Park.
The winners of that game will play Antrim or Fermanagh in the Ulster semi-final.
The draw, made live on RTE 2 television, will be welcomed by Donegal as they have avoided the dreaded preliminary round and the draw has been relatively kind to them.
Tyrone and Down were drawn in the preliminary round while the winners will play reigning Ulster champions Monaghan. Armagh and Cavan are the other two teams in the bottom half of the draw.
The full Ulster championship draw is
Tyrone v Down with winners to play Monaghan
Armagh v Cavan
Derry v Donegal
Antrim v Fermanagh.
Semi-finals: Derry/Donegal v Antrim/Fermanagh
Tyrone/Down/Monaghan v Armagh/Cavan