On Saturday, Kerry face Monaghan in the semi-final of the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship while Derry play Dublin in the other last-four game.
It's now nine years since Kerry won the first of their five consecutive All-Ireland minor titles .
Six of the panel from 2014 were part of the side which defeated Galway in last year's senior final, while 14 have made appearances at senior level.
We've taken a look at where the starting team and some of the subs from the 2014 final against Donegal are now in their GAA careers.
The Rathmore man has been Kerry's first choice goalkeeper since 2019. He won an All-Ireland, and his first All-Star, in 2022.
Earlier this year, he won an All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship title, playing in the full-forward line, from where he scored 1-3 in the final against Tyrone side Galbally Pearses.
The corner-back from the Spa club in Killarney made a breakthrough into the senior team last year. He played four league games before injury curtailed his season.
— The GAA (@officialgaa) February 20, 2022
He won All-Ireland junior titles in 2015 and 2018.
The An Ghaeltacht defender has been a part of the Kerry senior panel since 2016. He started both the 2019 drawn All-Ireland final and the subsequent replay against Dublin, and also last year's victory over Galway in the decider.
O'Sullivan made his Kerry debut in 2016 and has since established himself as one of the most effective attacking backs in Gaelic football.
Like his fellow West Kerry man Ó'Beaglaoich, Dingle's O'Sullivan started last year's All-Ireland final victory over Galway and both the 2019 drawn final and replay.
He is a two-time All-Star, winning awards in 2019 and 2021.
Tom O'Sullivan's effort curls inside the post for Kerry to close the gap to one. pic.twitter.com/Lfr9l6vdum
— The GAA (@officialgaa) March 26, 2023
The Renard man captained the Kingdom to the 2017 Munster U21 title. He also won All-Ireland junior titles in 2015 and 2017.
The Na Gaeil player, brother of current senior panel member Jack Barry, also won a minor All-Ireland in 2015. He went on to play at U21, junior and senior level for Kerry.
Barry played in two 2018 league games during Eamonn Fitzmaurice's final season as manager. He was recalled to the Kerry panel by Jack O'Connor ahead of the 2022 campaign following some impressive form for the St Brendan's divisional side. Barry's Na Gaeil have since reached senior level in the Kingdom.
Coffey has also played at U21 and senior level for Kerry. He played three times during the 2018 league.
Last season, he travelled from Dubai to play with Kerins O'Rahillys in the Munster club championship and the All-Ireland semi-final against Kilmacud Crokes.
Two Dubai-based players (Jack Savage and Cormac Coffey) and one New York (Gavin O'Brien) scored 0-7 between them of Kerins O'Rahillys 1-9 in Munster club semi-final today.
Travel commitment works out, Munster final now on Dec 11.
— Fintan O'Toole (@fotoole13) November 27, 2022
"I’ve had flights where I got in after 7pm and you’ve missed the last flight down to Farranfore or the last train out of Heuston," Coffey told the Irish Examiner.
"The bus times can be awkward too, and in the end people were going out of their way from the club to go up and collect me."
Barry Dan O'Sullivan
Seven years on from his Kerry senior debut, Barry Dan O'Sullivan made his championship bow aged 27 against Tipperary in this year's Munster semi-final.
The midfielder had featured sporadically for the Kingdom in the league, making one appearance in 2016, two in 2017 and five in 2018 before his form for Dingle last season resulted in a recall by Jack O'Connor.
One of the star players from Kerry's five consecutive minor All-Ireland title-winning teams. He also won a minor title in 2015.
O'Connor joined signed with Aussie rules side Geelong in late 2016. He won a premiership last season and recently reached the 100-game mark in the AFL.
"Mark O’Connor is a leader in our footy team and he was after 50 games," Geelong coach Chris Scott said ahead of O'Connor's 100th game.
"I am just full of admiration for what he has done. I shouldn’t say this because it sounds like I am comparing him to other underage interviews I have been involved with.
"As an 18-year-old, he was the most together young person I've ever spoken to in an interview situation. He has just improved since then. We had high hopes early.
"I will say, just removing the footy side, because they do have some individual physical traits that help them, every Irishman that I am aware of that has come out and had success, they tend to be really well put together people. Mark has been that for us for sure."
Though, he has not featured at senior level for Kerry. O'Connor has returned to Ireland to play championship football with Dingle.
The half-forward is now in his sixth season on the Kerry senior panel. He came on as a substitute in the 2022 All-Ireland final victory against Galway.
Rayel only played at minor level for Kerry. The Lispole man has played football in Melbourne alongside fellow former Kerry underage player Lee O'Donoghue.
The Dingle man has played at U21 and senior levels. He made five substitute appearances during the 2018 league.
He has also won two Kerry Senior Hurling Championship medals with Kilmoyley, and was part of the side which became the first-ever Kingdom club to win a Munster IHC title when they triumphed in 2021. They subsequently lost to Naas in the All-Ireland final.
"I was approached about three years ago then from [John] Meyler and Maurice Murnane and asked to go hurling with Kilmoyley," he told The Kerryman after the 2020 final.
"The grá was always there [for hurling]. My father is a Clare man, a Sixmilebridge man, so the passion was there. There was no hurling in Dingle so I said ‘yeah I’ll be glad to go up and play with the boys above in Kilmoyley’.
"Maurice Murnane and the lads took me on here and I’m only delighted to be part of it."
The Templenoe forward has been a regular on the senior panel since making his debut in 2018. Last year, he scored two points off the bench to help Kerry defeat Galway in the All-Ireland final.
He also won junior All-Irelands in 2015 and 2017.
The Spa club man captained Kerry to that 2014 victory, becoming the first player from the county to lift the Tom Markham Cup since Jack Ferriter 20 years earlier.
Kearney won a junior All-Ireland in 2015 and played five games in the league in 2020. He left the Kerry panel during the summer of 2021.
The An Ghaeltacht forward made four senior appearances in 2019, three in the league and one in a draw with Donegal in the Super 8s. He also won a junior All-Ireland in 2017.
Ó Sé is also a professional Irish dancer who has toured with Riverdance.
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) September 15, 2021
A year after winning that minor title, the Renard man played at outside centre for Cistercian College Roscrea as they won their first-ever Leinster School Senior Cup with an 18-11 victory over Belvedere.
He won a junior All-Ireland in 2016 and made one senior championship appearance, coming on as a sub in the 2019 Munster semi-final win against Clare.
This year, he was part of the New York team which won its first-ever Connacht Championship game with victory over Leitrim. He also featured in the provincial semi-final defeat to Sligo and the Tailteann Cup preliminary quarter-final loss to Carlow.
The forward won a junior All-Ireland in 2017. He was also Man of the Match for Beaufort, scoring 1-5, as they won the All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship title with victory over Easkey in 2019.
The Churchill forward won a junior All-Ireland in 2017 and was an important player for the St Brendan's divisional side which reached three consecutive Kerry SFC semi-finals between 2019 and 2021.
Kiely won an All-Ireland club title with Dr Crokes in 2017. He came on as a substitute as his side defeated Slaughtneil in the final.
Superb goal by Jordan Kiely! pic.twitter.com/1LTpFj6iuj
— The GAA (@officialgaa) November 11, 2018
The forward is a two-time minor All-Ireland winner, triumphing in 2015 along with 2014. He won junior All-Irelands in 2017 and 2019.
He also scored a hat-trick of goals for Templenoe as they beat Ardnaree-Sarsfields to win the 2016 All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship title.
Killian Spillane stars with 0-5 as Templenoe advance past Dingle to reach Kerry Senior Club Final@Templenoeabu 0-14@DingleGAA 0-10
Score of the game: Take a bow - Stephen O'Sullivan pic.twitter.com/pvp7M4JuH0
— Clubber (@clubber) August 27, 2022
Foley made three appearances in that run to the 2014 minor title, though not in the final. The following year, he started every game in the second of the five-in-a-row victories.
The Ballydonoghue player made his senior debut in 2017 and has established himself as a key member of the Kerry backline. He was part of the side which won the All-Ireland in 2022, a year in which he also won his first All-Star award.