Dressing rooms will be available to fully vaccinated teams under the GAA's latest Covid-19 guidelines, while teams with mixed immunity status will remain pod-based in groups of six.
In a detailed updated published on their website, the GAA have provided clarity on a number of issues.
It is advised that time spent in dressing rooms or showers should be kept to a minimum and that where possible, pre-game or half time team talks should take place outdoors.
In Northern Ireland, dressing rooms are also permitted to open. There will be no restrictions based on vaccine or immunity status.
In both jurisdictions, guidance is provided on sanitisation and ventilation in order to reduce risk.
There is no longer a requirement for participants to complete health questionnaires before training or games – with warning that anyone feeling symptoms of Covid-19 48 hours before any session should stand down.
The GAA have also said it is essential that records of attendance are maintained to assist with contact tracing if required.
In the south, the use of GAA owned gyms will continue to be permitted in pods of up to six participants at a time. Groups with full immunity do not have such restrictions.
In the north, if more than 15 people are using a gym at the same time, a risk assessment must be carried out in advance of any usage.
The use of facemasks is "recommended" at all games with the GAA encouraging gradual increments to 100% capacity in terms of spectators, while on the pitch breaks will remain in place for all games,
There will still be restrictions on trophy presentations. All trophies should be retained by the County Committee or other organising body until a later date following the initial celebrations.
The full update is available on GAA.ie