Up to 8,000 fans will be permitted through the turnstiles at the Aviva Stadium for Bohemians' Europa Conference League tie with Dudelange on Thursday week.
A coronavirus-restricted crowd of 6,000 paying spectators turned up at the Lansdowne Road venue last Thursday as the Gypsies progressed past Icelandic outfit Stjarnan to set up a second qualifying round clash with the runners-up in last season's Luxembourg National Division.
Dawson Devoy's guile was key to unlocking Stjarnan, with Georgie Kelly contributing a brace and Liam Burt also on target in the 3-0 win.
As was the case in the previous round, tickets can only be bought in pairs to maximise capacity while adhering to two metre social-distancing.
Bohemians have reminded fans to sit in your allocated seats, while face coverings must be worn at all times in the stadium.