The GAA has cancelled inter-county season tickets for the remainder of the 2020 season.
In an e-mail to season ticket holders, the GAA says that "due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and with no clarity on the potential number of spectators allowed in attendance for our proposed inter-county championship later in the year, we have been left with no option but to cancel your GAA Season Ticket for 2020".
The association is to offer a €40 refund for adults and €10 for juveniles - with refunds payable to ticket holders accounts within the next two weeks.
Croke Park says it delayed taking this step until now as it had hoped Government guidelines would be eased to the point where it could accommodate all season ticket holders to attend their chosen games.
It added that this is now becoming increasingly uncertain and it has led it to make "this unwelcome decision".
The Cabinet is to decide this evening whether the attendance at matches can increase to 500 next week, from the current cap of 200.