The annual British Masters Championships will return to Sheffield for the first time in seven years in 2023.
More than 800 masters swimmers from across the home nations are expected to compete at Ponds Forge International Pool from 2-4 June.
The event, which takes place in a long course 50m pool, rotates between the Home Nations, with Swim England hosting on a bi-annual basis.
Ponds Forge missed out on hosting the event in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Sheffield pool last hosted the competition in 2016, with Plymouth’s Life Centre taking centre stage for the last running of the event in England back in 2018.
The British Masters Championships also features the Cupar Trophy, awarded to the best-performing club at the competition.