19 teams find out their fate in Round 1 of the Football Qualifiers

The games will take place over two weekends in June

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Armagh's Shea Heffron and Mark Shields with Laois' Evan O'Carroll and Matthew Campion Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Jonathan Porter

The draw for Round 1A and 1B of the All-Ireland Football Qualifiers have taken place in Dublin on Monday morning.

The highlight of the draw sees Laois meet Armagh. The two teams met earlier this year in Division 2 of the National League, with Laois winning by a point. It will be the first time the two counties have met in the Qualifiers.

Three games have yet to be confirmed. The losers of this weekend's games between Louth and Meath, Offaly and Westmeath and the Ulster quarter-final between Fermanagh and Donegal will enter the qualifiers.

There are all two all-Division 4 games guaranteed as Carlow have been drawn with Leinster rivals Wicklow, while Waterford travel north to meet Leitrim.

The Round 1A games will take place on the weekend of June 18th/19th with the Round 1B matches taking place the following weekend on June 25th/26th.

Round 1A

Laois v Armagh

Carlow v Wicklow

Derry v Louth/Meath

Leitrim v Waterford

Matches will take place on weekend June 18/19.

Round 1B

Down v Longford

Antrim v Limerick

Offaly/Westmeath v London

Wexford v Fermanagh/Donegal

Matches will take place on weekend June 25/26.