Semple Stadium has been designated the neutral venue for Cork and Dublin footballers’ first home Allianz League games.
Thurles will host the Cork-Kildare Division 2 South, Round 1 game on Saturday, May 15 (3.30pm throw-in) as it will be the stage for the Dublin-Kerry Division 1 South, Round 2 clash (1.45pm).
The games have been switched away from Cork and Dublin as part of the punishment for the counties breaching Covid-19 restrictions and training during the lockdown.
Down, who were also found to have contravened the ban, will face Meath in Armagh’s Athletic Grounds in their Division 2 North, Round 2 game on May 23 while Enniskillen’s Brewster Park will stage the Monaghan-Armagh Division 1 North, Round 1 fixture on May 16.
Just 19 of the 110-plus football and hurling round fixtures are evening throw-ins. They include the opening day Division 1, Group A clash between All-Ireland and Division 1 champions Limerick and Tipperary in the LIT Gaelic Grounds on May 8 (5.30pm).