The two counties met in the 2023 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final, won by Dublin at Croke Park, and will renew acquaintances in Round 1 of the 2024 Lidl National League. Dublin will have home advantage for what promises to be an intriguing fixture to help kickstart the new campaign.
Division 1 also contains newly-promoted Armagh and 2023 runners-up Galway, while Cork, Mayo, Meath and Waterford make up the remainder of the top flight.
Also on the opening weekend of fixtures (January 21), Cork are at home to Galway, Meath make the trip to Mayo, and Armagh have home advantage against Waterford.
Round 2 will see three provincial derbies take place, with Meath at home to Dublin, Galway have home advantage against Mayo, and Kerry host Waterford. Cork’s trip to Armagh is the other Round 2 fixture in Division 1.
Divisions 2, 3 and 4 will each also contain eight teams in 2024, with the top two teams in Divisions 1, 2 and 3 progressing straight to their respective Finals, while there are semi-finals scheduled for Division 4 on Sunday March 24.
The Divisions 1 and 2 finals will be played at Croke Park on Sunday, April 7, with the Divisions 3 and 4 Finals scheduled for Saturday, April 6.
Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 fixtures
(all games are at 2pm unless stated otherwise. Team named first is at home) Round 1 – Sunday, January 21
Dublin v Kerry
Cork v Galway
Mayo v Meath
Armagh v Waterford Round 2 – Sunday, January 28
Kerry v Waterford
Meath v Dublin
Cork v Armagh
Galway v Mayo Round 3 – Sunday, February 4
Kerry v Cork
Armagh v Galway
Mayo v Dublin
Waterford v Meath Round 4 – Sunday, February 18
Kerry v Mayo
Dublin v Galway
Cork v Waterford
Meath v Armagh Round 5 – Sunday, March 3
Armagh v Kerry
Waterford v Dublin
Cork v Mayo
Galway v Meath Round 6 – Sunday, March 17
Meath v Kerry
Dublin v Cork
Mayo v Armagh
Galway v Waterford Round 7 – Sunday, March 24
Kerry v Galway
Armagh v Dublin
Mayo v Waterford
Meath v Cork