There will be spectators allowed at the Club Championship Finals but only a small amount as government introduce new measures
With yesterday’s release of the Government’s Plan for Living with COVID-19, the Dublin county board can now accommodate 100 spectators at Club Championship games. This includes the Minor Football, Junior Hurling and Intermediate Hurling and Senior Hurling Club Championship Finals in O’Toole Park and Parnell Park this weekend.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin, along with Táiniste Leo Varadkar and Health Minister Stephen Donnelly introduced a medium term plan for living with COVID-19 at a goverment press conference yesterday afternoon. The new measures announced came into affect from midnight last night.
The government has announced a five level system that will guide the country on how to live with COVID-19. As of yesterday the country was placed on Level 2, with specific additional restrictions for the county of Dublin. The good news for some supporters though is the county board can now allow small numbers at Club Championship games.
100 spectators will now be able to attend the games happening this weekend in the various Club Championships at O’Toole Park and Parnell Park. Please see below details and guidelines for ticket allocation.
Tickets will be allocated to participating clubs and there will be no tickets available for general sale or from Parnell Park.
The Dublin County Board has asked supporters not to arrive to any game venues without a ticket.
Tickets issued will be valid for one fixture only.
Spectators will be asked to sit in designated seating and remain two metres apart in the terrace.
All spectators must leave the ground after the fixture printed on their ticket ends.