Holders Tyrone will open the defence of their Dr McKenna Cup title with an encounter against Derry at Healy Park on Sunday 6 January.
The other Section C game on the first day of games with see Antrim taking on Jordanstown at Casement Park.
In Section B on 6 January, Armagh will face Queen's at the Athletic Grounds with Cavan hosting Down at Breffni.
In Section A, Monaghan will face St Mary's at Clones on 6 January with Fermanagh meeting Donegal on 9 January.
There will be further rounds of section games on Sunday 13 January and Wednesday 16 January.
The semi-finals are scheduled for Sunday 20 January with the decider on Saturday 26 January.
Power NI Dr McKenna Cup fixtures
6 January (14:00 GMT)
Monaghan v St Mary's College (Clones)
Queen's v Armagh (Athletic Grounds)
Cavan v Down (Breffni Park)
UUJ v Antrim (Casement Park)
Tyrone v Derry (Healy Park)
9 January (19:30)
Fermanagh v Donegal (Brewster Park)
13 January (14:00)
St Mary's v Fermanagh (Brewster Park)
Donegal v Monaghan (Ballybofey)
Armagh v Cavan (Athletic Grounds)
Down v Queen's (Pairc Esler)
Antrim v Tyrone (Casement Park)
Derry v Jordanstown (Celtic Park)
16 January (19:30)
Donegal v St Mary's (Ballybofey)
Monaghan v Fermanagh (Inniskeen)
Cavan v Queen's (Breffni Park)
Down v Armagh (Pairc Esler)
Tyrone v Jordanstown (Healy Park)
Derry v Antrim (Celtic Park)
Section A winners v Section B winners
Section C winners v best runner-up