Donegal will have home games against both Kerry and Dublin

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIXTURES ANNOUNCED

Donegal will have home games against both Kerry and Dublin

Beaten All Ireland semi-finalists Kerry will provide the opening day opposition for Donegal when they begin their National Football League campaign next February.

The provisional league fixtures were announced today and Donegal will have home advantage against Kerry in Division One on Sunday, February 5th.

Donegal will have four home matches and three away games in the league next year. Aside from Kerry, Donegal will also be home to Dublin, Tyrone and Monaghan.

On the weekend after the Kerry game, Donegal will travel to play Roscommon. There will then be a two week break before Donegal host Dublin on the last Sunday in February.

Donegal will be away to Cavan on Saturday, March 4th and then it’s home to Tyrone on Saturday, March 18th.

Rory Gallagher’s side also have home advantage against Monaghan on Saturday, March 25th and their final league game is away to Mayo on Sunday, April 2nd.