Next year’s National League fixtures confirmed

The GAA has, at last, published its Master Fixtures Schedule for 2024 and, as a result, supporters can finally start to make definite plans for next spring’s National League matches.

You might recall that the provisional list of fixtures appeared some weeks back. From our perspective, the finalised list sees two changes from that earlier version, both concerning when our matches against the two promoted teams – Derry and Dublin – will take place.

In the provisional list we were scheduled to play Derry in Round 2 and Dublin in Round 6, with both those games fixed for Hastings Insurance MacHale Park. In the finalised list those fixtures have been switched around, so the Dublin game is now fixed for Round 2 while the Derry one will be in Round 6.

Here’s the full list of our fixtures in Division One of the National League next year, in which we’ll be defending the title we won back at the start of April:

  • ROUND 1: Galway v Mayo, Pearse Stadium, Sunday 28th January at 1.45pm
  • ROUND 2: Mayo v Dublin, Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Saturday 3rd February at 7.30pm
  • ROUND 3: Kerry v Mayo, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, Saturday 17th February at 7.30pm
  • ROUND 4: Tyrone v Mayo, Healy Park, Omagh, Saturday 24th February at 5.15pm
  • ROUND 5: Mayo v Rosommon, Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Saturday 2nd March at 7.30pm
  • ROUND 6: Mayo v Derry, Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Sunday 17th March at 3.45pm
  • ROUND 7: Monaghan v Mayo, St Tiernach’s Park, Clones, Sunday 24th March at 1.45pm

Our fixtures for next year’s National Hurling League – in which we’re still operating in the modest surroundings of Division 3A – have also been confirmed. Here are the details:

  • ROUND 1: Mayo v Armagh (home), Sunday 4th February at 2pm
  • ROUND 2: Monaghan v Mayo (away), Sunday 11th February at 2pm
  • ROUND 3: Mayo v Cavan (home), Sunday 25th February at 2pm
  • ROUND 4: Mayo v Louth (home), Sunday 10th March at 2pm
  • ROUND 5: Sligo v Mayo (away), Saturday 16th March at 2.30pm

The GAA’s Master Fixtures Schedule for 2024 is available here.

5 thoughts on “Next year’s National League fixtures confirmed

  1. That’s the handball league.
    Any idea when will we get a bit of football.
    Not too often I suspect if the club championship is a barometer. I turned them all off except the Meath County Final so I don’t think I’ll watch too many League games. Maybe a few Meath matches.

  2. Sticks , I wouldn’t be worried about the county team , i think we will see some good football at inter-county level this year. I’ll grant your worries about club football are well founded, some awful poor stuff on show this year

  3. Good man roger , havent seen you post in ages ,hope alls well .

    Looking forward to them fixtures , if nothing else it gives a man a bit of interest for the months ahead. Injury free is the main thing , i dread that siggerson though ,i understand they have to play it but my gawd from a county supporters view it really worries me , tommy and ryan need to come through that without any knocks .

  4. The Meath champions got beaten by Naas by 10 points and talking to people here in Navan that were at the match it could have been 30.
    Be careful what you wish for.

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