The GAA have confirmed that the All-Ireland U20FC final will be played in Croke Park along with the senior decider on Saturday 19 December.
The U20 meeting of Dublin and Galway was only days away from being played when it was postponed as the country moved to Level 5 Covid restrictions in October.
After the government confirmed to the GAA that underage intercounty matches could resume under Level 3 restrictions, it was expected that the U20 final would form a double header with the senior decider and Croke Park confirmed that earlier this afternoon.
Meanwhile, the Connacht Council have announced rescheduled fixtures for the provincial MFC.
Saturday 19 December
Dublin v Galway, Croke Park, 2.30pm
Saturday 12 December
Galway v Leitrim, TBC, 2pm
Friday 18 December
Roscommon v Galway or Leitrim, TBC, 7.30pm
Sunday 20 December
Mayo v Sligo, TBC, 2pm
Saturday 9/Sunday 10 January
Donegal or Tyrone or Derry or Armagh v Fermanagh or Down or Antrim or Monaghan, TBC, TBC