They'll attend games at Tallaght Stadium and the Ryan McBride Brandywell.
Fans return to SSE Airtricity League grounds for the first time in 15-months tonight.
One thousand spectators will be inside Tallaght Stadium for the Premier Division meeting of Shamrock Rovers and Finn Harps.
Around 150 will attend the Ryan McBride Brandywell for Derry City’s game with Bohemians.
And Dundalk welcome Waterford to Oriel Park.
Premier Division set to launch on https://t.co/50vDn99XED— SSE Airtricity League (@SSEAirtricityLg) June 1, 2021
▪️ Matches to be broadcast with clubs' production solutions
▪️ Set to include replays and multiple camera set-up
▪️ All three divisions on one platform
▪️ Passes available from Friday, June 4
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600 people will be allowed to watch Cork City’s First Division game with Cabinteely.
Elsewhere, leaders Shelbourne are away to Bray.
Second placed UCD host Cobh Ramblers, Galway United play Athlone, and Wexford entertain Treaty United.