Excitement builds ahead of 17th All-Ireland SFC final meeting between Kerry and Dubs

July 30, 2023

Kerry's David Clifford and Dublin's James McCarthy with referee David Gough at the coin toss Β©INPHO/James Crombie

The excitement levels are huge as fans gear up for this afternoon’s All-Ireland senior football championship final between Kerry and Dublin.

With throw-in at 3.30pm, over 80,000 fans are set to brave the anticipated wet conditions and flood into Croke Park to witness the latest chapter in this epic rivalry.

It’s the 17th meeting between the Kingdom and the capital men in an All-Ireland SFC final, with the Munster men edging the wins 8-7 and one draw between them thus far.

Altogether the counties have 68 All-Irelands between them and, as of early this afternoon, the bookies still make this decider an extremely close one to call with Kerry at Evens, Dublin at 5/4 and a draw priced at 13/2.

The match is available to watch live on RTE2, as well as RTE Player, and BBC2 while the subscription app GAAGO is offering worldwide coverage.

GAA fans across the globe are certainly buzzing in anticipation ahead of the 136th All-Ireland senior football final, with some of the below posts on social media proving it:

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