The draw for the 2023 provincial football championships will take place tomorrow on RTÉ Radio 1.
The four provincial draws will begin after 4pm on Saturday Sport. No draws are needed in hurling due to the round-robin only format which leads to provincial finals.
The Allianz Football League will have a say in the All-Ireland series as provincial championships are not intrinsically linked to qualifying for the latter stages of the inter-county season.
The outcome of the provincial games, along with league standings, will determine which sides progress to compete for the Sam Maguire and which drop into the Tailteann Cup.
The 16 counties in the group stage of the All-Ireland SFC will be the eight provincial finalists as well as the next-best eight counties based on their league ranking. Westmeath, as the Tailteann Cup holders, are guaranteed a place.
If a Division 3 or 4 team reaches their provincial final they then will be included in the group phase, which means that the lowest-ranked Division 2 team that didn't reach a provincial final drops down to the Tailteann Cup.
In each province, certain criteria will apply.
Connacht: New York v Leitrim and London v Sligo - pre-determined pairings - and two from Galway, Mayo and Roscommon will make up the quarter-finals.