The Waterford senior hurlers open up their Munster Campaign on April 24th with Cork coming to Walsh Park.
A second home game with Tipperary follows on May 4th, before the trip to Ennis to play Clare on May 19th.
The final group game will be against the defending champions Limerick on May 26th.
The senior footballers begin competitive life under Paul Shankey with Tipperary coming to Fraher Field on the 7th of April.
The football championship is a straight knockout, so a win over Tipp will send them through to a Munster semi with Clare on April 20th.
The hurlers open up with two home games when Cork and then Tipperary come to the Déíse.
They are then on the road to Clare and Limerick. The dates and venues for all those games are yet to be fixed.
The footballers open phase one of their championship with Clare in Waterford on March 16th, before the trip to Limerick a week later.
Then will wrap up phase one when they host Tipp on March 30th.
The hurlers travel to Clare for the curtain raiser on April 4th, then they host Tipp a week later.
They then welcome Cork to Waterford on April 25th, before closing the group stage away to Limerick on May 2nd.
While the footballers similarly start away to Clare on April 2nd, before hosting Tipperary a week later.
Phase one for the footballers comes to a close with a home game against Limerick on April 16th.
Pre Season Competitions
The Munster Hurling League kicks off on January 2nd with Davy Fitzgerald's Waterford traveling to take on Kerry for the first game in group B.
That game is followed by the visit of Tipperary to Waterford on January 7th. The final will be played on January 21st, with the venue still to be confirmed.
The McGrath Cup kicks into life for the footballers a week later when they host Clare on January 8th before a meeting with Cork on Leeside on the 13th. The football final will be played on January 19th.