The GAA have confirmed the details this afternoon.
The GAA this afternoon confirmed the dates, times and venues for the Allianz Leagues.
Offaly's hurlers book end their campaign with away trips to Meath and Wicklow and play Down in their traditional game in Birr.
Meanwhile John Maughan and the footballers will have a long trip to Wicklow before back to back home fixtures against Limerick and Tipperary.
Laois will start with a prelude to the Leinster quarter-final when they go to Wexford to play Davy Fitzgerald's side.
They then have a difficult stretch of four games before ending the league with a winnable game in Corrigan Park against Antrim.
Mike Quirke takes his side to Ennis in a few weeks time but will be happy to avoid a trip to Cork and have a familiar foe in Kildare at O'Moore Park to round things off.
Finally Westmeath's hurlers have an unenviable task in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League.
Opening at home to Galway before journeys to Waterford and Cork in successive weeks, they round off welcoming the All-Ireland Champions to TEG Cusack Park.
There's a local derby to look forward to for Jack Cooney and the footballers in Navan.
Recently relegated Mayo come to the midlands as do Down in the final league game of 2021 for the Lake County.
It's time to get excited about the return of Gaelic Games.