The Dublin party is in full flow and fans who don't get to see their heroes in Coppers or wherever they might be tonight can can do so tomorrow evening.
Dublin will parade the Sam Maguire trophy on O'Connell Street beside the Spire tomorrow night at 7.15.
"A special event hosted by an tArdmhéara, Críona Ní Dhálaigh and Dublin City Council for the team, backroom staff and the Dublin County Board will take place on Monday 21st September at 7.15pm in O’Connell Street on a stage erected to the south of the Spire," read a Dublin statement.
Here are some details to take note of if you plan to celebrate with Jim Gavin and the lads.
Public access to the event on O’Connell will be strictly confined to three access points only:
Via O’Connell Street Lower (from O’Connell Bridge);
From the west via Middle Abbey;
From the east via Lower Abbey Street.
There will be no public access to the event from O’Connell Street Upper or from any other side streets off O’Connell Street from 6.00pm on the 20th September.
This is a family-friendly alcohol-free event. Dublin City Council is encouraging people to use public transport when travelling to and from the event and to be prepared for changeable weather.
He only came on the pitch in the 66th minute but the evergreen Alan Brogan was the man who used all his experience and composure to score Dublin's insurance point in their All Ireland win over Kerry today.
Irish fans took over a brewery in Cardiff yesterday. In fact, they took over pretty much all of Cardiff. Today, the Green Army forced one Welsh pub to turn off the rugby as the All Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry took place at Croke Park.
There were so many marquee forwards on show but it was a day for the backs as defences ruled the roost at Croke Park. Dublin, in particular, were a solid unit with a number of stand out performers. Who was your man of the match today ?