Everyone at the cub wishes Ellen Gribben and all of the Dublin LGFA team and management all the very best as they prepare for the TG4 All-Ireland  Senior final on 13th August next.
This final will be a truly historic occasion with Kerry and Dublin playing for the first time in the TG4 All-Ireland senior decider. It is also the  50th final of the competition.

The senior final is the show piece of a triple-header which will see Down and Limerick battle it out in the junior final (11.45am) before Clare and Kildare face off in the intermediate decider (1.45pm).


The highlight of the LGFA season, the TG4 All-Ireland senior final, will get under way at 4pm when Kerry and Dublin will vie to win the 50th decider for the Brendan Martin Cup.

Ellen pictured with Ciara Trant after the Leinster Final in 2021

This will be Dublin’s 13th appearance in the final, having won five and lost seven to date. They have played five counties so far in the final — Cork (six times), Mayo (twice), Galway (twice), Tyrone and Meath. Their last final appearance was in 2021 and they last lifted the title in 2020 when they defeated Cork.



The 2023 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals will be held at Croke Park on Sunday, the 13th of August.

4pm – TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final – Dublin v Kerry

1.45pm – TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship Final – Clare v Kildare

11.45am – TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final – Down v Limerick

Ticket Information

Adult – €30

U18 – €15

Student/OAP – €15

Family Ticket (2 Adults and 2 U18’s) – €70

Group (1 Adult @ €10 for every group of 10 U18’s at €5 per child) – €60

For information about group tickets follow the link above. Alternatively Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster.

Log onto www.ticketmaster/gaa.ie

Additional sections of Croke Park will become available on the Ticketmaster website as demand increases.