Sligo Rovers say the 'behind closed doors' guidelines presented to clubs are cost prohibitive.
A 40-page document was issued on Tuesday by the FAI, and outlined how clubs may conduct games when football is allowed resume in the country.
But Sligo chairman Tommy Higgins has described the measures as impractical.
He says there's a 40-page list of what to do and not to do, and the resources required would be prohibitive and impractical.
Tommy Higgins has also poured cold water on Niall Quinn's idea of streaming games as a means of generating revenue.