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26th Jan 2024

The Allianz National League: All of the updates, teams, scores and talking points

Niall McIntyre

Allianz National League

Here we go again.

The Allianz National League is officially backed and we have all of the updates, teams, scores and talking points in our liveblog right here: (Liveblog may take a minute to load)

The club season is officially over, but there is no time to sit back and reflect, because the county campaign is back on your TV this weekend in a jam packed schedule.

No time for breathers or reflection, the GAA is getting stuck into blockbuster games, each more enticing than the last, and what better way to kick things off than seeing Mickey Harte’s new-look Derry team, take on last year’s All-Ireland finalists Kerry.

As soon as that’s over, we’re straight into a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland semi-finals between reigning champions Dublin and Ulster’s giant killers, Monaghan.

Armagh also get a taste of what life is like in Division as they come up against Louth in a game that you can stream from BBC iPlayer.

Sunday is arguably even better as two biggest teams in Connacht renew their rivalry when Galway take on Mayo at Pearse Stadium to kick the day off for us.

That’s quickly followed by 2021 All-Ireland champions Tyrone taking on Roscommon, while Jim McGuinness makes his return as Donegal manager against a dangerous looking Cork side.

If that sounds like a lot, it’s because it is, so we have compiled this TV schedule for you so you don’t miss any of the action.

Saturday, January 27

Allianz Football League Division 1

Kerry v Derry, Austin Stack Park, 5.30pm – RTÉ2

Dublin v Monaghan, Croke Park, 7.30pm – TG4

Allianz Football League Division 2

Armagh V Louth, Athletic Grounds, 6pm – BBC iPlayer

Sunday, January 28

Allianz Football League Division 1

Galway v Mayo, Pearse Stadium, 1.45pm – TG4

Tyrone v Roscommon, Healy Park, 3.45pm – TG4

Allianz Football League Division 2

Donegal v Cork, Ballybofey, 1.45pm – TG4 Player/App

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