No jersey change for Donegal or Kerry in the All Ireland football final

Both the Ulster and Munster champions have been cleared to wear their home kits for the decider on September 21st.

CROKE PARK HAVE given the go ahead for both Kerry and Donegal to wear their traditional colours in the upcoming All-Ireland senior and minor finals.

Both sides wore alternative strips when they last clashed in the championship in the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final, but officials from Kerry and Donegal have confirmed that the finalists will line out in their home jerseys for the big day on September 21st.

The Kingdom played their last two championship games against Mayo in the unfamiliar blue, but will revert to green and gold as they chase their first All-Ireland title since 2009.

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