The sold out signs have gone up at Croke Park ahead of this Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Football Final between Dublin and Kerry.
The GAA have revealed that the last remaining tickets will be distributed among the two competing counties and they have said that no after that no further tickets will be on sale to the general public. Sunday’s fixture between the two sides will be the third full house of 2016 following the Allianz Division 1 and Division 2 Final that were played earlier this season and the football quarter final on the bank holiday between Donegal/Dublin and Mayo/Tyrone.
Sunday’s senior game will be televised on RTE and Sky Sports with a 3.30pm, while the curtain raiser in the Dublin venue will see the All-Ireland Minor Semi-Final between Kerry and Kildare, this game will throw in at 1.30pm.
The senior game will be refereed by Meath’s David Gough. The winner of the weekend’s semi-final will play Mayo in the final.