The Sideline Eye has put together an essential calendar for each GAA fan in Armagh, detailing the dates of all the games across the four codes of Gaelic Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie. The Calendar is colour coded, making it easier to see what teams are in action!
This calendar can be downloaded through the link below and consists of all Armagh GAA action from January to March. We will release another calendar in April detailing the games heading into the summer months.
In January, the Armagh Senior Football side complete their Dr McKenna Cup journey, with their finish date still unclear, while they will also begin their 2020 league campaign, with a home game against Cavan at the end of the month. Their Under 20 side have three league games, three weeks in a row throughout this month.
The Hurlers begin their Nation League on Saturday 26th of January with an away fixture against Donegal, their only fixture of the month while the Armagh Ladies will also be in action that day, opening their league account with an away game against Clare.
All Armagh Senior sides are in action during the month of February, as the Camogie team begin their league campaign on the 9th, travelling to Carlow on the opening day. They will also face Down at home two weeks later.
The footballers continue their league campaign, with a game every weekend bar the weekend one, the u20 football team takes centre stage that weekend as they begin their Ulster Championship with a tough task against rivals Tyrone in the Athletic Grounds on Saturday the 15th of February, while the minors begin their league on the 29th.
The Hurling side have three games throughout the month of February, hosting both Monaghan and Louth while they must travel to Longford for their round three clash. The Ladies are also out three times, with a home games against Tyrone followed by long journeys to Kerry and Wexford.
All teams finish their league fixtures in the month of March, with the Camogie side out twice, travelling to Clare while hosting Louth. The Hurlers finish their league run with a home encounter versus Tyrone on the first day of the month.
Armagh Ladies will end their league campaign with two home games against Meath and Monaghan while they will travel to Cavan on the 22nd. The Men’s team are on the road twice in March, with games against Fermanagh and Clare while they will play Roscommon at home. The minors also finish their league with three games in three weeks.