Next year’s All-Ireland senior football final will be played on July 30th while the Allianz League finals have also been retained for 2023.
It means that the All-Ireland SFC will be extended by one week next year, which was part of a new proposal put before a meeting of Ard Chomhairle today.
Also part of the proposal was scrapping the hurling and football league finals, but that was overthrown at the meeting in Croke Park.
A statement from the GAA today read as follows:
“A meeting of Ard Chomhairle took place today in Croke Park. Ard Chomhairle favoured the following:
The return to collective training for senior inter-county teams: 24 November
Congress 2023 take place on 18 February
That the Allianz League finals be retained
That the U20 Development Leagues be retained
That the Joe McDonagh Cup Final be played with the All-Ireland U20 Hurling Final as a double-header
That the All-Ireland Football Final be played on 30 July, 2023
Permission granted to the Rules Advisory Committee to continue its work of re-formatting the Official Guide (Part 1)
A meeting of Ard Chomhairle took place today in Croke Park— The GAA (@officialgaa) September 24, 2022