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Kerry v Dublin 2023 All-Ireland Football Final: Team News, TV Info, Throw-In Time

Kerry v Dublin 2023 All-Ireland Football Final: Team News, TV Info, Throw-In Time
By Kim Morrissey Updated
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Kerry take on their old rivals Dublin this weekend in the All-Ireland senior football final. We have all the latest information on Kerry v Dublin, including team news, TV info and throw-in time.

Dublin return to the biggest stage in GAA for the first time since 2020, after failing to get past the semi-final stage of the All-Ireland in 2021 and 2022.

Kerry on the other hand will be hoping to become back-to-back All-Ireland champions after defeating Galway 0-20 to 0-16 to claim the Sam Maguire trophy in 2022.

When is Kerry v Dublin?

Kerry will face Dublin in Croke Park on Sunday, July 30th.

What time is Kerry v Dublin?

The match will throw-in at 3:30pm this Sunday.

What TV channel can I watch the game on?

Coverage of Kerry v Dublin will begin on RTÉ 2 at 2:30pm.


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Team News

Both Dessie Farrell and Jack O'Connor have named their teams for Sunday's All-Ireland final.

Kerry named its 23-man panel for the All-Ireland final on Thursday evening. There was one change to the team that beat Derry. Kenmare's Stephen O'Brien - who brought huge energy for Kerry off the bench in the semifinal - is named to start in the half forward line, with Adrian Spillane making way.

The Dublin team was named Friday morning. Sean Bugler was passed fit and will start for Dublin on the bench, with Paddy Small starting along with Niall Scully, who was hooked after receiving a black card against Monaghan in the first half. That Dublin bench oozes class with Jack McCaffrey, Ciaran Kilkenny and Dean Rock all set to start the game among the substitutes. Lee Gannon starts again in the half back line.



One player who we know won't be playing the opening minutes of the game is Tony Brosnan. The Kerry attacker will miss this year's All-Ireland final after struggling with a recurrence of a respiratory condition, making him not available for selection for Jack O'Connor's team.

On Wednesday night, Kerry GAA confirmed the news in a statement.

Unfortunately, Kerry Senior Player Tony Brosnan will be unavailable for selection for Sunday’s All Ireland Final V Dublin in Croke Park.

The sharpshooter from Dr. Crokes is suffering from a recurring respiratory problem and will be out of action for this weekend. This is of course hugely disappointing for Tony himself, his family, the whole Kerry team and our supporters.

We at Kerry GAA wish to firstly offer Tony best wishes for a speedy recovery and also acknowledge his contribution and commitment to this Kerry squad over the season thus far. We all hope to see Tony on the pitch again very soon.



Can I still get tickets?

Tickets for Kerry v Dublin in the 2023 All-Ireland senior football final are sold out. Tickets did not go on general sale, instead, they were distributed to the county boards across the country.

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