The two most impressive minor hurling teams in the country meet this weekend with Tipperary going head to head with Offaly at Nowlan Park. Here's all the information you need to know before the game, including how to watch the All-Ireland Minor final.
When is the All-Ireland Minor final?
Throw in is at 1:30pm on Sunday the 3rd of July.
How to watch the All-Ireland Minor final
The game will be shown live on TG4 and available to those outside of Ireland via GAA GO.
Offaly will be looking for a first minor title since 1989 while Tipperary will be looking to end their six year wait for minor glory.
The Faithful County finished top of the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship tier 2 standings after victories over Kildare and Laois. Following their impressive group stage form, they beat Antrim in the quarterfinal and Dublin in the semi before beating Laois again in the Leinster final.
Their last outting came against Clare in the All-Ireland semifinal a fortnight ago, where they won 2-16 to 0-18.
Tipperary finished top of their Munster Minor Hurling Championship group as they beat Waterford and Clare to progress to the semifinal where they met Waterford again.
After cruising past Waterford again, they had to overcome Clare for the second time in the final. When the sides couldn't be seperated after extra time, penalties were needed and Tipp were crowned Munster champions.
The Premier County met Galway in the All-Ireland semifinal, beating them 3-24 to 3-20. Tipp's half forward pairing of Joe Egan and Adam Daly were in fine scoring form with a combined 2-6. Tom Delaney also showed his importance to his side with 0-6 all from play.
The All-Ireland Minor Hurling final has all the ingredients to be an exciting spectacle with two free-flowing, attack minded sides going head to head for a chance at national silverware.