The GAA has announced that the 2020 Cúl Camps will go ahead this Summer, beginning on 20 July.
It comes in conjunction with the Safe Return to Gaelic Games Document and the easing of restrictions brought into place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A list of the venues which will be able to cater for children to take part in the camps will be confirmed from next Monday.
Camp schedules may be reduced in certain counties while capacity at certain locations and venues may be reduced due to health and safety protocols that will be put in place.
The GAA says that, in some instances, demand for places will outstrip availability, so early booking is strongly advised.
Last year, over 156,000 children took part in Cúl camps, and almost 6,000 coaches.
The Cúl camps will start on July 20th, but will be preceded by GAA Cúl Camp TV which will air on TG4 from 29 June to 17 July.
The TV series will include skills, drills, games, nutrition and wellness segments for all the family.
The list of venues for the camps will be confirmed on the Cúl camp website next Monday when bookings reopen.