It is believed that a truncated GAA calander will be confirmed in the next few days.
Due to Covid 19, this years league competition was completed without finals been played, with the top team in each group been declared the winners, while the championship reverted back to a straight knock out competition at both provincial and All Ireland level.
The Irish independent is reporting that the inter-county season will run from the end of February until the 3rd week of July when the All Ireland football final will be played a week after the hurling decider.
There will be no pre-season competitions while the all club month of April will be discarded to allow for the intercounty season run through with a 2 week break between league finals and the start of the championship.
There will be no provincial round robin system in hurling, but qualifiers will remain, while the back door will also return in Football with the Tailteann cup for Division 3 and 4 teams also expected to be held.
The league may be run of on a regional basis with semi finals and finals. A north/south divide could be used to form the regional pairings with Division 1 consisting of Monaghan, Armagh, Tyrone and Donegal in one group and Kerry, Dublin, Galway and Roscommon in the other.