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(IRISH TV) Dublin v Kerry live stream All-Ireland Football Final 2023 Streaming Online GAA SFC 30 july

The inter-county Gaelic football season draws to a close on Sunday with a mouthwatering All-Ireland Football final between holders Kerry and rivals Dublin at Croke Park.

Kerry, the competition's most decorated county, are looking to win back-to-back titles for the first time since 2007 while the Dubs are hunting a first Sam Maguire Cup since 2020.

Throw-in is at 15:30 BST.

Here is how you can watch and follow the final across the BBC.

Sarah Mulkerrins will present coverage of the game on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Two, with build-up starting at 15:00.

Sarah will be joined in studio by a star-studded trio of pundits: three-time All-Ireland winning former Tyrone manager Mickey Harte, Armagh's 2002 All-Ireland winner Oisin McConville and Donegal's 2012 All-Ireland winning captain Michael Murphy.

Thomas Niblock will be joined in the commentary booth by Philly McMahon, an eight-time All-Ireland winner with Dublin, while Orla Bannon will provide pitchside updates alongside former Derry star Conleith Gilligan.

You can also follow the final on the BBC Sport website and app. The game will also be streamed on the website, while there will be live text commentary of the match with in-play clips, analysis and reaction.

There will also be a match report and highlights of the final after full-time.

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What other coverage will there be?

The BBC will be building up to the final with a column from Michael Murphy.

And as usual, The GAA Social podcast with Thomas Niblock and Oisin McConville will be available on BBC Sounds from Wednesday.

There will be much more throughout the week including an in-depth preview of the showpiece game, including team news.

You can also stay up to date with all the latest news via BBC Sport NI's social media accounts and Gaelic Games index.

How did they get here?

Kerry, who are searching for a record-extending 39th title, won the Munster Senior Football Championship before progressing through the round-robin stage of the All-Ireland series.

The Kingdom ended the hopes of two Ulster counties in the knockout rounds to return to another decider, beating Tyrone in convincing fashion in the quarter-finals before completing a comeback success over Derry in the last four, with 2022 footballer of the year David Clifford hitting 0-9 in another ruthless display.

Like Kerry, Dublin reigned supreme in their province with another Leinster title before topping their group ahead of Kildare, Roscommon and Sligo.

The Dubs outclassed bitter rivals Mayo in the quarter-finals and were pushed hard by Monaghan in the semis before ultimately claiming a 1-17 to 0-13 win.

As the two most successful footballing counties in All-Ireland history with 67 triumphs between them, Dublin and Kerry are used to meeting each other in the latter stages of the championship.

Last year, a last-gasp Seanie O'Shea free from distance helped Kerry edge Dublin 1-14 to 1-13 in a thrilling semi-final - Kerry's first championship win over Dublin since 2009.

They have met in numerous All-Ireland finals in a rivalry spanning over 100 years, the most recent of which came in 2019 when Dublin beat Kerry in a replay to win their fifth All-Ireland title in a row, an unprecedented feat.

Kerry vs Dublin: All-Ireland Football final preview

This weekend Dublin takes on Kerry in the All-Ireland Football Final.


A win for defending champions Kerry on Sunday will mean they win they will retain their Sam Maguire crown, while a win for Dublin means they will land their first title since 2020.

Last year, Kerry beat Dublin 1-13 - 1-14 in the All-Ireland semi-final and went onto to win the Sam Maguire.

Here's a full preview to come.

Sean O'Shea steps up with the final kick of the game to win the match for Kerry and break Dublin hearts.

They reach the All-Ireland final to play Galway.

Highlights on #sundaygame from 10.10pm

When is it on?

Sun, Jul 30 2023

What time is it on?


What TV station is it on?


Where is it on?

Croke Park

What time does coverage start?


Can I listen to it on the radio?

You can listen to updates on RTE

Are there tickets still available

Tickets will be hard to come by. You may or may not get them.

What are the odds

Odds can be found here


David Gough

What happened the last time the sides played

All-Ireland Semi-final (10th July 2022): Dublin 1-13 - 1-14 Kerry 2022

Squads and scorers that day

Scorers for Kerry: David Clifford 0-6 (1f, 1M), Sean O’Shea 1-4 (2f) Paudie Clifford 0-2, Tom O’Sullivan, Dara Moynihan both 0-1.

Scorers for Dublin: Cormac Costello 1-0, Dean Rock 0-3 (3f), Ciarán Kilkenny 0-3, Brian Fenton, John Small, James McCarthy, Brian Howard, Paddy Small, Sean Bugler all 0-1

KERRY: Shane Ryan; Graham O’Sullivan, Jason Foley, Tom O’Sullivan; Brian Ó Beaglaíoch, Tadhg Morley, Gavin White; David Moran, Diarmuid O’Connor; Jack Barry, Seán O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; Paudie Clifford, David Clifford, Paul Geaney

Subs: Dara Moynihan for Stephen O’Brien, Killian Spillane for Paul Geaney (both 41), Adrian Spillane for David Moran (52), Paul Murphy for Graham O’Sullivan (62), Joe O’Connor for Gavin White (66)

DUBLIN: Evan Comerford; Eoin Murchan, Michael Fitzsimons, Lee Gannon; John Small, Jonny Cooper, James McCarthy; Brian Fenton, Tom Lahiff; Sean Bugler, Brian Howard, Ciarán Kilkenny; Cormac Costello, Dean Rock, Lorcan O’Dell

Subs: Paddy Small for Lorcan O’Dell (40), David Byrne for Jonny Cooper (42), Sean McMahon for Eoin Murchan (57), Niall Scully for Brian Howard (62), Cian Murphy for Michael Fitzsimons (72)

How many All-Irelands has each side won

Kerry (38): 1903, 1904, 1909, 1913, 1914, 1924, 1926, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1946, 1953, 1955, 1959, 1962, 1969, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2014, 2022

Dublin (30): 1891, 1892, 1894, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1942, 1958, 1963, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1983, 1995, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

How many times have the sides met‎

Meetings total: 32

Who was won the most games between the two

Most wins: Kerry (18)

How did they get here?


Leinster Quarter-finals 23 April 2023 - Laois 2-9 - 4-30 Dublin (Venue: Portlaoise)

Leinster Semi-finals 30 April 2023 - Kildare 0-12 - 0-14 Dublin (Venue: Dublin)

Leinster Final 14 May 2023 - Louth 0-15 - 5-21 Dublin (Venue: Dublin)

All-Ireland group stage

28 May 2023 - Round 1: Dublin 1–11 – 0–14 Roscommon (Venue: Dublin)

3 June 2023 - Round 2: Kildare 0–13 – 0–22 Dublin (Venue: Kilkenny)

18 June 2023 - Round 3: Dublin 3–23 – 0–8 Sligo (Venue: Cavan)

All-Ireland Quarter-final: 2023 - Dublin 2–17 – 0–11 Mayo (Venue: Dublin)

All-Ireland Semi-finals: 15 July 2023 - Dublin 1–17 – 0–13 Monaghan (Venue: Dublin)


Munster Quarter-finals: Date: 9 April 2023 Result: Kerry 0-25 - 0-05 Tipperary (Venue: Killarney)

Munster Semi-finals: Date: 22 April 2023 Venue: Killarney Result: Kerry 0-25 - 0-05 Tipperary (Venue: Killarney)

Munster Final: Date: 7 May 2023 Result: Kerry 5-14 - 0-15 Clare Venue: Limerick

All-Ireland Group Stage

Round 1: Date: 20 May 2023 Result: Kerry 0–17 – 1–19 Mayo (Venue: Killarney)

Round 2: Date: 3 June 2023: Cork 0–15 – 1–14 Kerry (Venue: Cork Result)

Round 3: Date: 18 June 2023 Result: Kerry 5–24 – 0–11 Louth (Venue: Portlaoise)

All-Ireland Quarter-finals: 1 July 2023 Kerry 2–18 – 0–12 Tyrone Venue: Dublin

All-Ireland Semi-finals: 16 July 2023 Kerry 1–17 – 1–15 Derry Venue: Dublin

How many All-Ireland's have both sides played

Both teams have played 16 times in All-Ireland finals, with Kerry have won 8 to Dublin's 7. There has been one draw

Last five meetings

• 2022: Kerry 1-14 Dublin 1-13 (All-Ireland semi-final

• 2019: Dublin 1-18 Kerry 0-15 (All-Ireland final replay)

• 2019: Dublin 1-16 Kerry 1-16 (All-Ireland final)

• 2016: Dublin 0-22 Kerry 2-14 (All-Ireland semi-final)

• 2015: Dublin 0-12 Kerry 0-9 (All-Ireland final)

Team top scorers


1. Con O’Callaghan…..2-28 (0-4 frees, 0-3 marks)

2. Colm Basquel………. 5-16 (0-1 free)

3. Cormac Costello……..0-25 (0-12 frees, 0-2 ‘45s’, 0-1 mark)

4. Paul Mannion…………1-16 (0-3 frees, 0-1 mark))

5. Sean Bugler…………..1-12

6. Ciaran Kilkenny……..1-11

7. Dean Rock……………..1-10 (0-4 frees)


1. David Clifford……5-39 (0-17 frees, 2-0 pen, 0-3 mark)

2. Sean O’Shea……..2-34 (0-14, frees, 0-4 ‘45s’, 0-1 mark)

3. Paudie Clifford…….2-7

4. Tony Brosnan……1-9 (0-1 mark)

5. Tom O’Sullivan……0-9

6. Dara Moynihan…….1-5

7. Paul Geaney……….0-7 (0-2 mark)

Teams for the game

Kerry team

1. Shane Ryan

2. Graham O’Sullivan 3. Jason Foley 4. Tom O’Sullivan

5. Paul Murphy 6. Tadhg Morley 7. Gavin White

8. Diarmuid O’Connor 9. Jack Barry

10. Dara Moynihan 11. Seán O’Shea 12. Stephen O’Brien

13. Paudie Clifford 14. David Clifford 15. Paul Geaney


Shane Murphy

Adrian Spillane

Brian Ó Beaglaoich

Mike Breen

Barry Dan O’Sullivan

Ruairí Murphy

Micheál Burns

Killian Spillane

Dylan Casey

Donal O’Sullivan

Ronan Buckley

Dublin team

1. Stephen Cluxton

2. Eoin Murchan , 3. Michael Fitzsimons , 4. David Byrne

5. James McCarthy , 6. John Small 7. Lee Gannon

8. Brian Fenton , 9. Brian Howard

10. Paddy Small , 11. Paul Mannion , 12. Niall Scully

13. Cormac Costello , 14. Con O’Callaghan , 15. Colm Basquel


Evan Comerford

Seán Bugler

Ciarán Kilkenny

Tom Lahiff

Seán McMahon

Jack McCaffrey

Ross McGarry

Cian Murphy

Daire Newcombe

Lorcan O’Dell

Dean Rock

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All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final: All you need to know for Dublin v Kerry


All-Ireland SFC final

Dublin v Kerry, Croke Park, 3.30pm


Live blog on RTE ie and the RTÉ News app. Highlights also available later on the day.


Live commentary worldwide on RTÉ Radio 1's Sunday Sport and Ráidió na Gaeltachta's Spórt an Lae.


Live coverage on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player from 2.30pm. Also live on BBC2, from 3pm. Worldwide coverage on GAAGO.

Live in Irish, for the first time with full presentation on site, on the RTÉ News Channel (Saorview 21, Virgin Media 200, Sky 200, Eir 517) and RTÉ Player.

Highlights on The Sunday Game on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 9.30pm.

For the first time since the early 1990s, viewers across the UK will be able to to watch an All-Ireland decider free-to-air. BBC and then Channel 4 broadcast the games, with the latter then making the decision to discontinue the coverage.

Above is the listing for the 1981 Kerry v Offaly decider. One would assume that The Golden Goose wasn't shown and that the darts may have started later if the Beeb intended to show the game in its entirety.


A cloudy but dry start for most areas, although a few showers will continue, mainly in Ulster. By midday, more persistent outbreaks of rain will then begin pushing in from the west, gradually extending across the country through the afternoon and evening. Maximum temperatures of 16 to 20 degrees in mainly moderate west to southwest winds. For more go to met ie.

Familar pairing - last year's semi-final looms large

Here we go again: the footballing heavyweights with 68 All-Irelands between them are the last pair standing in the race for Sam. So much then for those who dreamed of all-Connacht affair when Galway and Mayo had a bit of a strut about them in the month of May.

With Ulster counties well represented when we got to the knockout stage, we thought one representative from the most competitive province might end up gracing the final. Monaghan and Derry did their best to try and fill the slot a fortnight ago but we are left with Dublin and Kerry again.

The sequence of meeting in finals every four years since 2011 continues. The Dubs have come out victorious in the three games contested in that time. The 2019 final went to a replay. Eoin Murchan's goal just after half time characterised the Dubs at their peak, the spring they needed to power on to what was then a first five-in-a-row, something the Kerry team under Mick O'Dwyer could not achieve. The bragging was then a little louder.

Dublin v Kerry LIVE stream and TV information, throw-in time, score updates and more

The sides clash at Croke Park as they bid to lift the Sam Maguire cup

Dublin and Kerry clash in the 2023 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship at Croke Park this afternoon.

The big match has a throw-in time of 3.30pm, with the action being shown live on both RTE Two and BBC Northern Ireland Two. It will also be streamed on the RTE Player in Ireland, the BBC iPlayer in the UK and GAAGO elsewhere.

Here are the teams:

Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; Eoin Murchan, Michael Fitzsimons, David Byrne; James McCarthy, John Small, Lee Gannon; Brian Fenton, Brian Howard; Paddy Small, Paul Mannion, Niall Scully; Cormac Costello, Con O'Callaghan, Colm Basquel.

Subs: Evan Comerford, Sean Bugler, Ciaran Kilkenny, Tom Lahiff, Sean MacMahon, Jack McCaffrey, Ross McGarry, Cian Murphy, Daire Newcombe, Lorcan O'Dell, Dean Rock.

Kerry: Shane Ryan; Graham O'Sullivan, Jason Foley, Tom O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Tadhg Morley, Gavin White; Diarmuid O'Connor, Jack Barry; Dara Moynihan, Seán O'Shea, Stephen O'Brien; Paudie Clifford, David Clifford, Paul Geaney.

Subs: Shane Murphy (GK), Adrian Spillane, Brian Ó Beaglaoich, Mike Breen, Barry Dan O'Sullivan, Ruairí Murphy, Micheál Burns, Killian Spillane, Dylan Casey, Donal O'Sullivan, Ronan Buckley.

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