The tournament gets underway on Saturday week (March 22) with defending champions Lansdowne hosting Buccaneers in the capital.
Greystones will make the trip south to Cork Constitution and there is a second game on Leeside as UCC and UCD meet in a mouth-watering student derby.
The Terenure College Under-20s, who recently won the JP Fanagan Premier League, will face Limerick opposition on the day, either UL Bohemians or Bruff, which will be decided by a play-off next Saturday.
The winners of the Terenure v UL Bohemians/Bruff match will have home advantage in the semi-finals, as will whoever comes through the Cork Constitution v Greystones clash.
If teams are tied at full-time in the first round and semi-final matches, there will be extra-time of 10 minutes each way.
The final will be played over the weekend of April 5-6. Recent winners of the highly prized U-20 competition include UCD (2011 and 2012) and Lansdowne (2013).
Click here to view highlights of Lansdowne's 27-26 win over Dublin University in last year's Fraser McMullen Cup decider.
2013/14 FRASER MCMULLEN CUP:
First Round: Saturday, March 22 -
CORK CONSTITUTION v GREYSTONES
UCC v UCD
LANSDOWNE v BUCCANEERS
TERENURE COLLEGE v UL BOHEMIANS or BRUFF
Semi-Finals: Saturday, March 29 -
(Kick-off 2.30pm unless stated)
TERENURE COLLEGE/UL BOHEMIANS or BRUFF v UCC/UCD
CORK CONSTITUTION/GREYSTONES v LANSDOWNE/BUCCANEERS
Final: Saturday, April 5 or Sunday, April 6 -
Venue to be confirmed