Details will be confirmed today for Kerry’s Allianz Football League semi-final.
The Kingdom are to take on Tyrone in the last four over the weekend of June 12th and 13th.
Kerry will have home advantage for their semi-final.
Dublin and Donegal have agreed to play their semi-final at a neutral venue.
While in the relegation playoff, Monaghan will be at home against Galway and Armagh will also play in their county against Roscommon.
Derry and Limerick have agreed to play their Division Three semi-final at a neutral venue.
The same goes for Cavan and Wicklow in the relegation play-off while Cork will be hosts for the Division Two relegation playoff against Westmeath.
Those games will be played in two weeks.