Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher have been ratified for a second three-year term as senior bosses, while U21 manager Paul Devlin will have completed nine seasons in the post at the conclusion of his latest renewal, which takes him up to the end of the 2026 campaign.
Minor manager Gerard Donnelly is also back for a fourth season, again with a fresh three-year agreement.
Meanwhile, outgoing Louth chairman Peter Fitzpatrick aimed a parting shot at Croke Park at the county’s annual convention in Darver on Tuesday night.
Independent TD Fitzpatrick had another year remaining in the maximum five-year term he could serve but chose to step down in the wake of being opposed by Seán McClean.
The former Louth senior football manager revealed national GAA officials were not happy with comments he made in a recent newspaper interview.
Fitzpatrick spoke in length about the delayed process of building a new stadium outside Dundalk.
In July, the GAA’s management committee ordered a scheduled start of works on the site to be halted pending a reassessment following concerns about proof of funds and other aspects of it such as the stabilisation of the grounds and a conflict of interests in the tender process.
Fitzpatrick temporarily stepped down as chairman but returned and recently claimed the 14,000-capacity venue, which could cost between €25 million and €29m, was back on track.
Former GAA president John Horan is now chairman of the joint Croke Park-Louth GAA committee overseeing the project.
Elsewhere, Newry’s Páirc Esler will host the All-Ireland Club SFC semi-final between Glen and Kilmacud Crokes on Sunday, January 7 (3.45pm throw-in).
There had been some discussion about it and the Castlehaven-St Brigid’s last four game being played in Croke Park as the semi-finals were earlier this year.
However, the Down venue will host the repeat of the 2022-23 All-Ireland final, while FBD Semple Stadium will be the stage for the meeting of the Cork and Munster champions and Roscommon and Connacht winners, which will also be played on the first Sunday in January (1.45pm).