The tribute match for the late Liam Miller WILL take place at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in September.
Following a special meeting of the GAA's Central Council this morning, the association has confirmed the event will take place at the Cork venue on the 25th of September.
A GAA event will take place place before the tribute match for the former Republic of Ireland international, who died in February following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
A joint statement from the GAA and the organisers of the tribute game says:
"The GAA and the Organising Committee of the Liam Miller Tribute Match can confirm that following meetings of the GAA’s Management Committee and Central Council, the event will take place at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Tuesday September 25th.
"In agreement with the Committee the day will also include a GAA event in advance of the Tribute Match. The details will be finalised in the coming weeks.
"Further information relating to arrangements and ticketing for the game - including those purchased already for Turner’s Cross - will be finalised at a meeting of the Committee and Cork GAA on Monday and made public shortly afterwards.
"The GAA would like to wish the family of Liam Miller and the organisers every success in their efforts.
"The Committee of the Liam Miller Tribute Match would like to thank the GAA for their support with this event."