The first match in the UK to be played in front of spectators since March took place at Windsor Park on Friday.
Glentoran beat Ballymena 2-1 after extra time in the Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Irish Cup final with 500 fans in attendance.
On the day plans to allow spectators into a number of sporting events in England over the weekend were cancelled due to a rise in coronavirus cases, the showpiece match in Belfast went ahead.
Glentoran and Ballymena had played their respective semi-finals behind closed doors on Monday night, with both progressing after penalty shoot-outs.
In Friday’s final, originally scheduled to be played in May, Glentoran opened the scoring through Paul O’Neill’s low shot after 22 minutes, and Cathair Friel headed Ballymena’s equaliser from a corner just after half-time.
The match looked set to end in another penalty shoot-out until the 115th minute when Glentoran won it through Robbie McDaid.
The former Leeds trainee tucked away a cross from Ciaran O’Connor to secure the trophy, as well as a place in the Europa League, and send all 250 fans of the east Belfast side wild.