The TG4 All-Ireland Championship will run from July until September, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association has confirmed.

The championships will commence following the conclusion of the Lidl National Leagues, which start on the weekend of Sunday 23 May. Players will receive matchday travel expenses at 30 cents per mile for the league campaign.

The LGFA's management committee met last Thursday to nail down a fixture plan for the coming months.

The All-Ireland Championships will start on the weekend of 10/11 July, with the All-Ireland finals pencilled in for Sunday 5 September.

Counties can begin their club championships from when they are knocked out of the All-Ireland series, while it was also decided that the provincial championships will not form part of the All-Ireland inter-county series for 2021.

Provincial championships can be run later in the year, however, if provinces see an opportunity to do so.

The Camogie Association has decided to use the next seven days to poll its clubs and members to ascertain further what the optimum fixtures calendar would look like.

Over the weekend the association unveiled plans to go with a national league-club championship-inter-county championship roadmap, which was roundly criticised by players who favour a split seaosn similar to LGFA and GAA.