December 8th, 2020

Relaxation to the Covid-19 restrictions announced by the NI Executive will allow GAA clubs in the six counties to re-commence some activities effective from Friday, according to Ulster GAA.

These include:

■ Outdoor training (exercise) in groups of up to a maximum of 15;

■ Re-opening of GAA club gyms for individual training;

■ Re-opening of GAA social clubs (private members clubs) serving a main or substantive meal that has been prepared in their own kitchen, restaurant and cafés. Patrons are not permitted on the premises unless they are consuming a meal and all protocols as agreed by the NI Executive must be rigidly adhered to.

Please refer to the official CLG guidance issued by the Association’s Covid-19 Advisory Group on the specific guidelines for club and inter-county protocols put in place to manage these arrangements which was issued on December 1. This is attached below

CLG COVID-19 Advisory Group advice to Clubs and Counties for activities

In relation to the other aspects of the NI Executive guidance that refer to event participants and spectators of up to 500 in each case (subject to risk assessments), this is being monitored by Ulster GAA and further guidance will be issued in January 2021 following Central Council and the Covid Advisory Group’s advice on same