Croke Park have confirmed the dates and venues for the 2016 National Football and Hurling Leagues.
Donegal's three home games in Division 1 will see each of the county venues host a game.
For the second year in a row Cork will come to Fr. Tierney Park, Ballyshannon on Sunday 7th February, Ballybofey will host the visit of Mayo on Sunday 27th February and Roscommon will make the trip to the O'Donnell Park, Letterkenny on Sunday 13th March.
Pairc Esler in Newry will host Donegal's opening game against Down on the 30th January, once again Rory Gallagher will take his side to Austin Stacks in Tralee to meet Kerry on the 6th March while Croke Park on Easter Saturday and Clones on the 3rd of April will be the venues for Donegal's two final games against Dublin and Monaghan.
In Division 2, Derry's home games against Fermanagh on 30th January and Meath on the 27th March will be played at Owenbeg while Celtic Park will host the tie against Galway on the 27th February.
All of Tyrone's home games will be played at Healy Park in Omagh, Cavan on 30th January, The derby with Derry on 5th March and Armagh on the 27th March.
In the Hurling, The O'Donnell Park, Letterkenny will host Donegal's home games in Division 2b, Owenbeg for Derry's Division 2a home games and Healy Park for Tyrone in Division 3a