Dublin and Mayo are set to return to Tralee’s Austin Stack Park in the spring for two of Kerry’s home ties in the 2019 Allianz Football League.
Kerry drew with Dublin and lost to Mayo the last time the sides played under the floodlights in Tralee – before Kerry went on to take the title in 2017.
The provisional fixtures for next year’s Allianz Football league show Kerry hosting Tyrone on Sunday January 27th, followed by a trip Cavan a week later before welcoming the All-Ireland Champions to Tralee on Saturday February 9th.
Galway will host Kerry in Salthill on Sunday February 24th followed by a home game against Monaghan on Sunday March 3rd.
The second floodlit game in Tralee is set for 7pm on Saturday March 9th against Mayo. Kerry’s final game of the campaign, unless they reach the final will be away to Roscommon on Sunday March 24th.
The Kerry hurlers will travel to Antrim for their opening game in Division 2A of the Allianz Hurling League on Sunday January 27th.
This will be followed by a home ties against Westmeath and Mayo on February 3rd and 17th respectively.
A trip to London on February 24th will be followed by a home game against Meath on the 3rd of March.
The dates and times are subject to change.