Monaghan and Cavan will meet in the Ulster preliminary round game as the draw for the 2024 championship was made.
The two sides were the first two names from the hat. The last time the sides met in the championship was 2020, when Cavan went onto win the Ulster title.
The winner of the game will face Tyrone in the Ulster quarter-final. The remaining three games will see Down face Antrim, Fermanagh meet Armagh and defending champions Derry face Donegal.
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The defending Munster champions Kerry will meet the winners of Limerick or Cork. While, last year’s runner-up Clare will meet Tipperary or Waterford.
Meanwhile, All-Ireland champions Dublin will face Longford or Meath in the Leinster quarter-final. Longford will host Meath in the first round.
The other quarter-finals will see Kildare meet Westmeath or Wicklow and Louth face Carlow or Wexford. Offaly will meet Laois.
Meanwhile, in Connacht, Roscommon will face the winners of New York and Mayo in the semi-final.
Whereas, Mayo’s trip to New York was already predetermined as was defending champions Galway’s trip to London. The winner of the game in Ruislip will face the winner of Sligo and Leitrim in their semi-final.
The championships will follow the same format as 2023 with 16 taking part in the All-Ireland championship group stage (Sam Maguire).
These are made up of the top eight teams in the Allianz League and the four provincial championship finalists. Meath are guaranteed a spot in the All-Ireland group stage as defending Tailteann cup winners.
Whereas, the remaining 17 teams will take part in the Tailteann Cup.