The GAA has confirmed that 500 spectators will be permitted to attend Allianz League games in Northern Ireland from this weekend.

One hundred complimentary tickets will be split equally between non-playing players and county officials from both sides, with 400 going on sale in the host county only.

The GAA said it had decided on this breakdown as-cross border travel for non-essential reasons remains discouraged and that arrangements will be reviewed at the conclusion of the Allianz Leagues in line with public health advice at that time.

Trial events with spectators will not take place in the 26 counties until late June or early July.

Tickets will be priced at £15 (Division 1 and 2 football and Division 1 Hurling) and £10 (Division 3 and 4 Football and Division 2 and 3 Hurling). There will be no concession tickets.

Armagh, Tyrone, Cavan, Fermanagh and Antrim all have home ties in the Allianz Football League this weekend while Monaghan's hurlers will host Armagh.

The GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee has also confirmed that the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B game between Kilkenny and Wexford, which was postponed due to Covid-19, has been provisionally rescheduled to take place this Sunday, 30 May in UPMC Nowlan Park at 3pm.

The rescheduled game is, however, subject to the Wexford players currently isolating being deemed safe to play by the HSE on Thursday.