Tyrone will not have home advantage for any of their Super 8s games this summer, should they qualify for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final round-robin series.
Healy Park is to close for a year for major remedial works, and will be out of action until the spring of 2021.
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The club and provincial championships will also be affected by a £1m scheme aimed at addressing a flooding problem.
The Ulster Club SFC final was played at the Omagh venue last November.
A number of high-profile games have had to be switched to alternative venues, including the Tyrone SFC final two years ago.
Other club championship ties were also affected, some of which were played at Armagh's Athletic Grounds.
The Omagh St Enda’s club will also be without a home during the period of contract, which is due to go out to tender this month.
The closure of Healy Park for 12 months means Tyrone will not be able to host Allianz League games there next season.
This year’s schedule, however, will be unaffected, with the ground set to stage the opening Division One tie against newly promoted Meath on 26 January, as well as home games against Kerry and Dublin.