Clare’s run of fixtures in the National Hurling and Football Leagues for 2023 have been confirmed.
The footballers are first into the fray, as they welcome Louth to Cusack Park on Sunday January 29th for the opening game of the Division Two campaign.
That is followed by a trip to Navan to take on Meath a week later, before two week break ahead of a home tie against Kildare.
Clare will be back in Croke Park on Saturday February 25th to take on Dublin under the lights, with a home tie against Cork to follow eight days later.
Another showdown with Derry awaits in Owenbeg on March 19th while the campaign will round off with the visit of Limerick to Cusack Park on the 26th.
Brian Lohan’s hurlers have three home ties this year, with the first of them being an opening round meeting with Westmeath.
A short trip to the TUS Gaelic Grounds to take on All-Ireland champions Limerick awaits on Saturday February 11th, with a longer trip in store two weeks later when Wexford is the destination.
Clare have back to back home games to finish the campaign, with Galway visiting Ennis on March 12th before Cork come to Cusack Park a week later.
Jan 29th: Clare v Louth
Feb 5th: Meath v Clare
Feb 19th: Clare v Kildare
Feb 25th: Dublin v Clare
Mar 5th: Clare v Cork
Mar 19th: Derry v Clare
Mar 26th: Clare v Limerick
Feb 5th: Clare v Westmeath
Feb 11th: Limerick v Clare
Feb 26th: Wexford v Clare
Mar 12th: Clare v Galway
Mar 19th: Clare v Cork