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Dublin and Kerry set for Saturday evening replay, Croke Park confirms

They’ll meet again in a fortnight’s time.

Tense fans at the end of today's clash.
Tense fans at the end of today's clash.
Image: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

AFTER THIS AFTERNOON’S hugely tense All-Ireland football final, Dublin and Kerry will meet again on 14 September. 

GAA chiefs have fixed a Saturday evening replay with throw-in pencilled in for 6pm. 

Dublin last came through a championship decider replay against Mayo in 2016. 

It will be Kerry’s first appearance in an All-Ireland final replay since 2000 meanwhile, when the Kingdom ultimately saw off Galway. 

Ticket prices have yet to be revealed for the game but the GAA have cut prices recently for the hurling replays 2012-14 and the football final in 2016.

For that football final three years ago, the stand tickets were reduced from €80 to €60 and terrace tickets were cut from €40 to €30.

Ticket prices for today’s game were €90 for stand and €45 for terrace.

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