A record 13 double-headers have been announced for men’s and women’s football during the National Leagues.
Seven of the double bills will be in Division 1, with both games involving the host teams, in the Allianz Football League and the women’s Lidl National League.
Three will be in Division 2, two in Division 3, and one in Division 4.
Dublin’s League and All-Ireland Senior champion women will play two fixtures at Croke Park, while Cork have two games alongside their male counterparts at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, including an historic first-ever appearance at the Leeside venue against Tipperary on Saturday, 23 February.
A double-header for Mayo has also been pencilled in for 2 March in Castlebar against Connacht rivals Galway, with the men’s fixture between the two counties to follow later in the evening.
In addition, Tipperary have a home clash with Monaghan in Division 1 at Semple Stadium in Thurles on the same day.
In Division 2, Meath have secured two home double-headers at Páirc Tailteann in Navan, while Tyrone will play Armagh at Healy Park, Omagh, on 2 March.
In Division 3, Wicklow and Roscommon have confirmed double-header fixtures, with Carlow hosting Kilkenny in Division 4 on 3 February.
Also, Cork ladies football manager Ephie Fitzgerald has agreed to release the dual players on his panel on 24 March, should Cork qualify for the Division 1 camogie final, which is fixed for the same day.
Dublin v Donegal, 5pm, Croke Park
Carlow v Kilkenny, 4pm, Netwatch Dr Cullen Park
Meath v Offaly, noon. Páirc Tailteann
Wicklow v Down noon, Joule Park, Aughrim
Dublin v Mayo, 5pm, Croke Park
Cork v Tipperary, 5pm, Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Mayo v Galway, 5.15pm, Elvery’s MacHale Park
Tyrone v Armagh, 5pm Healy Park
Cork v Donegal, noon, Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Tipperary v Monaghan, noon, Semple Stadium
Mayo v Cork noon, Elvery’s MacHale Park
Meath v Wicklow, noon, Páirc Tailteann, Navan
Roscommon v Longford, noon, Dr Hyde Park