Armagh will begin their 2024 Division One National Football League campaign with a home game against Waterford.
The Orchard County are back in the top tier after earning promotion in 2023 by claiming the Division Two crown.
They had been battling hard for the last number of years to reach Division One and finally made the breakthrough last season.
They’ll be up against the cream of the crop, where they want to be, and will face plenty of tough tests.
Now under the management of Greg McGonigle, the Orchard ladies begin their campaign with a home time against Waterford.
In round two, they’ll travel the long distance south as they take on Cork, with revenge surely on their minds.
It was the Leesiders who knocked the ladies out of the All-Ireland race at the quarter-final stage last season.
Last year’s beaten league finalists Galway will travel to the Orchard County for round three of the league.
In round four, they take on former All-Ireland champions Meath and the ladies from the Royal County will have home advantage.
McGonigle’s girls host the reigning Division One league champions Kerry, who reached the All-Ireland final in 2023, in round five.
The Kingdom dashed Armagh’s promotion dreams in 2022 with a league final victory and ended their championship run that year as well.
In round six, on St Patrick’s Day, the Orchard County travel to Mayo before hosting the All-Ireland champions Dublin in the final round.
R1 – Sunday 21st January: Armagh v Waterford
R2 – Sunday 28th January: Cork v Armagh
R3 – Sunday 4th February: Armagh v Galway
R4 – Sunday 18th February: Meath v Armagh
R5 – Sunday 3rd March: Armagh v Kerry
R6 – Sunday 17th March: Mayo v Armagh
R7 – Sun 24th March: Armagh v Dublin
Final – Sun 7th April