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Fans reminded to collect their testing kits ahead of final

Supporters attending Friday’s Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Irish Cup final are reminded that they are required to pick up their Covid-19 testing kits from Inver Park.

These are available to pick up at Inver on Thursday from 10am until 4pm, and from 6pm until 9pm.

Each person in attendance at the final is required to take part in the Covid-19 testing programme. Without evidence of a negative test result, you will not be permitted to enter the ground.

This evidence comes by producing a text or email confirming you have tested negative for Covid-19, using one of the NHS kits provided, when you arrive at Mourneview Park on Friday.

All the information on how to complete a test and record you result will be given to you along with the testing kit. The test itself takes 30 minutes, and once you submit your result on the government website, a confirmation email and text will be sent to you.

Everyone in attendance is similarly required to take a test on Sunday 23rd May and a final one on Saturday 29th May, as part of the learning event requirements.

A full list of questions and answers can be found on the Irish FA’s website, here:


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