Armagh GAA kick off their Allianz National League campaign next season with a tricky away tie to seven-time Division One winners Meath in Navan on January 31.
The Orchard men will however have four home games as opposed to the three away from the Athletic Grounds this season.
Four of those seven ties will also be Ulster derbies with Fermanagh and Derry in the cathedral city – the latter on the final day of the campaign, while Armagh travel to Breffni Park in what will be a prelude to the championship opener in June.
Kieran McGeeney will have to take his troops to Omagh on a Saturday night at the end of March where two-time winners Tyrone await, in what could be a make-or-break game for both sides.
Below is a full list of Armagh’s fixtures:
Jan 31: Meath v Armagh (Navan, 2pm)
Feb 6: Armagh v Laois (Athletic Grounds, 7pm)
Feb 27: Armagh v Fermanagh (Athletic Grounds, 7pm)
Mar 5: Cavan v Armagh (Breffni Park, 7pm)
Mar 13: Armagh v Galway (Athletic Grounds, 2.30pm)
Mar 26: Tyrone v Armagh (Omagh, 7pm)
Apr 3: Armagh v Derry (Athletic Grounds, 2pm)
The Division Two final to be played on April 24.
The full fixture list with times, dates and venues is available at gaa.ie