Kerry v Tyrone and Antrim v Tipp in Qualifiers round three
Tyrone must travel to Kerry to meet the Kingdom in round three of the All-Ireland senior Football Qualfiers while Antrim will play Tipperary.
It is the first time that Tyrone will have played Kerry outside of Croke Park. Kerry and Tyrone contested an All-Ireland final as recently as 2008.
Antrim meanwhile, may have breathed a sigh of relief to have avoided being drawn against any of the division one or two teams in the draw.
They may also feel confident having already beaten Tipp this year, 0-13 to 1-13 in Thurles.
Kildare, big winners over Cavan on Sunday, have been paired with Limerick, while Leitrim will be looking for just their second-ever Qualifier win when they face Laois.
The draw was made in the presence of Ard Stiúrthóir Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Páraic Duffy and former Dublin midfielder Ciaran Whelan.
GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 3 Draw:
Kildare v Limerick
Tipperary v Antrim
Kerry v Tyrone
Leitrim v Laois
*First team drawn has home advantage. Games will be played next weekend, July 21-22, with full fixture details due to be confirmed by the GAA’s CCCC later this afternoon.
GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 4 Draw:
Kildare/Limerick v Sligo
Tipperary/Antrim v Donegal/Down
Kerry/Tyrone v Clare
Leitrim/Laois v Dublin/Meath
*Games to be played on the weekend of July 28-29