Gaelic Football - All-Ireland Final

All-Ireland Final

See also: All-Ireland Final

The final game of the inter-county series is the All-Ireland Final which takes place on the third Sunday of September at Croke Park.

Over the four Sundays of September, All-Ireland Finals in men's football, women's football, hurling and camogie take place in Croke Park, the national stadium of the GAA, with the men's decider regularly attracting crowds of over 80,000. Guests who attend include the President of Ireland, the Taoiseach and leading dignitaries.

Two levels of the game are played at each All-Ireland, the Senior team and the Minor team (consisting of younger players, under the age of 18, who have played their own Minor All-Ireland competition).

The winning senior county football team receives the Sam Maguire Cup. The most successful county in the history of football is Kerry, with 36 All-Ireland wins, followed by Dublin, with 23 wins. The current champions are Donegal.

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