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Spectators allowed to attend national league matches

THE GAA has confirmed that from this weekend 500 spectators will be permitted to attend Allianz League games in the North.

With cross border travel for non-essential reasons discouraged and following discussions with Ulster GAA, the following breakdown has been agreed.

  • 50 complimentary tickets to travelling county from outside the north (non-playing players and county officials) No sale for spectators.
  • 50 complimentary tickets to home county (non-playing players and county officials).
  • 400 tickets to each host county – to sell locally only.

That means that 400 Tyrone supporters will be permitted to attend Saturday evening’s clash against Monaghan at Healy Park.

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Tickets will be sold via county boards locally with the following pricing:

£15 Division 1 and 2 Football & Division 1 Hurling and £10 Division 3 and 4 Football and Division 2 and 3 Hurling. There will be no concession tickets due to limited numbers.

These arrangements will be reviewed at the conclusion of the Allianz Leagues in line with public health advice at that time.

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