GAA in joint effort with FAI and IRFU to get supporters back into matches safely

September 11, 2020

Limerick fans pictured at Croke Park.

The GAA has said it is working together with the FAI and IRFU to submit a roadmap for the safe return of supporters to stadia for Government approval.

The "collaborative approach" taken by the three sporting bodies follows the Government's new roadmap on living with Covid-19.

Spectators are being kept out of sporting events since August 18 to help deal with rising coronavirus case numbers.

Joint statement from the FAI, GAA, and IRFU

The FAI, GAA and IRFU met today to discuss a collaborative approach to the development of a submission to Government on a roadmap for the safe return of supporters to stadia.

It has been agreed that a further meeting will be held early next week, following the publication of the Government’s new roadmap for living with COVID-19. This meeting will consider how the three governing bodies move forward together.

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