Donegal will host Cork in their first game in Division 2 of the National Football League in Ballybofey on Sunday 28th January.
It will be Jim McGuinness’ first league game in charge since he departed the hot seat after the 2014 All-Ireland Final loss to Kerry.
MacCumhaill Park will host two of Donegal’s four home games, with Meath the visitors for the final round on Saturday 23rd March.
O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny will host the Fermanagh game on Sunday 17th February while the clash with Louth on Sunday 3rd March will take place on the new pitch at Fr Tierney Park, Ballyshannon.
Donegal’s three away games are against Cavan on the 4th February, Armagh on the 25th February and Kildare on Saturday 16th March.
Meanwhile, Donegal’s eagerly awaited Ulster Championship clash with Derry has been fixed for Saturday 20th April.
Donegal hurlers, meanwhile, will be in Division 2b of the Hurling league next year. They start out in Aughrim against Wicklow. The opening round of Nicky Rackard and Christy Ring Championship hurling games will be played on the weekend of the 13th and 14th April.