Dublin are the latest county to postpone all club matches fixed for April due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Limerick and Galway have already cancelled their club fixtures next month and Dublin have followed suit 'due to the uncertainty surrounding the resumption of activity'.
Dublin had scheduled club championship matches in both football and hurling for April and county board secretary John Costello says they may be forced to alter the format of their competitions.
"If the current pandemic continues beyond April it is proposed to engage with the Leinster Council and the National Competition Controls Committee with a view to restructuring our games programme for 2020," said Costello.
"This may include the redesign of the current formats. If so, we will engage with the clubs prior to any decision being made.
"Adult leagues will resume when sanction is approved by the statutory bodies.
"Please ensure that your club teams are adhering to the directive that no training or games can take place at any level during this pandemic. Stay safe."