GAA issue guidelines for supporters ahead of return of club fixtures


THE GAA have issued guidelines to supporters attending GAA matches ahead of the return of club fixtures this weekend.

All supporters are advised to bring their own hand sanitiser and wear face coverings if they are over 13.

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Attendees are also advised to download the HSE tracing app and avoid entering the field of play at any stage.

Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 14/7/2013 Cork vs Limerick A large crowd watch the teams parade Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Capacities for the first weekend of action will be capped at 200 with that number increasing to 500 from 20 July – this figure includes ground staff, volunteers, players, backroom staff, media, contractors and spectators.

People attending games in groups should aim to do so with members of the same household and, wherever possible, avoid other groups while also maintaining social distancing within the group.

Fans are asked not to gather around the ground before or after the game and any fan displaying any symptoms of Covid-19 should not attend the game and phone their GP.

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 1/9/2019 Dublin vs Kerry Kerry fans cheer on their team Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Limerick GAA has said an all-ticketing policy and cashless system will be in place for most games.

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