The GAA are targeting a return to inter-county action for October 17th, while club championship action could resume in Clare from the August Bank Holiday Weekend.
The Association has published its guidelines for a safe return to Gaelic games.
Walkways around pitches can re-open on Monday, but the pitches themselves remain off limits for another three weeks.
Club competitions will be allowed to resume on July 31st, running until October 11.
While inter-county training can resume on September 14th, with games penciled in from October 17th.
Club-houses and dressing rooms must remain closed until August 10th.
A host of precautionary measures have been mandated for clubs and squads, while the plan states that there will be limitations on the number of spectators at games, although further details are to be provided on this front.
The plan is contingent on the government being happy to progress with its reopening plan as is currently set out.