Longford will host Wexford in round one of 2018 Lidl National League division three. Elsewhere in division three, Roscommon host Offaly.
While Leitrim host Kildare, the remaining fixture in the opening round of fixtures in division three see’s Meath face Down.
Round two see’s Longford travel to Meath on Saturday February third while Leitrim travel to Wexford. On Sunday February fourth Roscommon travel to Down.
While league champions Cork face old rivals Kerry in a big Munster derby in the opening round of Division one fixtures.
Elsewhere, TG4 All-Ireland senior winners Dublin will take on Ulster champions Donegal away from home in a mouth-watering round one tie.
The opening round of fixtures across all four divisions are down for decision on Sunday, January 28, with 2017 TG4 All-Ireland senior runners-up Mayo at home to Westmeath.
Galway, the reigning Connacht senior champions, also have a home fixture to look forward to against Monaghan.
In Division two, Laois will have home advantage against Cavan, Clare host Sligo, TG4 All-Ireland intermediate champions Tipperary make the trip to Armagh, and Waterford visit Tyrone.
The LGFA has also announced a restructure of the TG4 championship format for the 2018 season.
The provincial championships will run off as normal but seedings for the new round-robin phase of the All-Ireland series will be based around performances in the provincial campaigns.
The TG4 All-Ireland championships will commence in July, with the All-Ireland finals moving back a week to Sunday, September 16.
Further details in relation to the TG4 championships will be announced in due course.
|Lidl NFL – Fixtures 2018|
|Rd 1 – Sun 28th January|
|Rd 2 – Saturday 3rd February|
|Rd 2 – Sunday 4th February|
|Rd 3 – Sunday 11th February|
|Rd 4 – Sunday 25th February|
|Rd 5 – Sunday 4th March|
|Rd 6 – Saturday 24th March|
|Rd 6 – Sunday 25th March|
|Rd 7 – Saturday 31st March|
|Rd 7 – Sunday 1st April|
|Semi Finals||21st/22nd April|
|Finals (Div 3 & 4)||5th May|
|Finals (Div 1 & 2)||6th May|