Fermanagh will open their Allianz NFL campaign against London - their shock conquerors in this year's qualifiers.
Peter Canavan's side will play in the English capital on Sunday 5 February.
On 4 February, Down face Donegal in Division 1, in Division 2 Kildare play Tyrone and Monaghan travel to Meath while Antrim meet Sligo in Division 3.
On 5 February, Armagh face Cork in Division 1, Derry tackle Galway in Division 2 while Wexford host Cavan in Division 3.
The Football League action will continue a week later when the big games include Armagh's away clash in Kerry on the Saturday plus the Division 2 meeting of Tyrone and Derry on the Sunday.
Games on the weekend of 3/4 March include the Division 2 meeting of Derry and Monaghan plus the Division 1 clashes between Donegal and Cork and Down and Kerry.
A week later, All-Ireland champions Dublin will host Armagh with Donegal travelling to the Kingdom to take on Kerry.
Down welcome the All-Ireland champions a week later with other games that weekend including Tyrone's trip to Galway.
On Saturday 24 March, Dublin will host Donegal in a repeat of this year's All-Ireland semi-final while on the same day, Armagh will have home advantage for their clash with Down.
The concluding round of fixtures will include Division 1 clashes between Laois and Down and Donegal and Armagh plus the Division 2 meetings of Westmeath and Derry and Tyrone and Monaghan.
Antrim hurlers' Division 1B campaign will open with a home game against Wexford on 26 February.
Next up for the Saffrons will be away games against Clare and Offaly on 11 March and 18 March.