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[[Final@TV]] GAA All-Ireland Football final 2023 Live On Broadcast 30th July 2023



Live FREE to Air Dublin v Kerry All-Ireland SFC Final stream TV. Here is our full guide to Kerry vs Dublin live streaming on TV. How to live stream and watch GAA All-Ireland Football Final 2023 – Television, Radio and Online On Sunday, July 30 at Croke Park, Dublin. Dublin vs Kerry time, live stream, TV Station for All-Ireland SFC final 2023.


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The finish line for the Sam Maguire trophy is well and truly in sight and within reachable distance for the two remaining teams left in the 2023 All-Ireland Football.


The 2023 All-Ireland football final for this year's championship will take place this weekend.


Reigning champions and back-to-back title hopefuls Kerry will face the current Leinster champions Dublin.


Once All-Ireland royalty Dublin will be hopeful to return to their glory days of winning multiple All-Ireland titles one after the other


However, it will be no easy task for Dublin to claim their first All-Ireland title since 2020 and they will face championship heavyweights and the favourites at the start of the year Kerry.

The two teams have set up what should be a brilliant game for a fascinating weekend of Gaelic football.


The two most successful football teams in history meet at Croke Park on Sunday to contest the 136th All-Ireland Football Final. Kerry have been crowned champions a record 38 times, but Dublin can close the gap to seven if they can win.


Between them, the two counties have won 68 titles (50.4%) - while the other 30 counties have won the other 67 championships. The rivalry between these two counties is as fierce as it gets, but when there's a chance to lift the Sam Maguire trophy, those hostilities go up another notch.


This will be the 15th time the two giants meet in the All-Ireland final, with Kerry leading the head-to-head series 8-6. This year's final evokes memories of the classic battles between the two sides in the 1970s and 1980s when Pat Spillane, Mikey Sheehy and Páidí Ó Sé were in their pomp for Kerry, while Brian Mullins, Joe McNally and Barney Rock starred for the Dubs.


Kerry are back to defend the title they won 12 months ago when they beat Galway 0-20 to 0-16 thanks to eight points from full forward David Clifford. The leading Ireland betting sites have Kerry as favourites after last year's success, but Dublin will have something to say about that.


Sunday's All-Ireland Football final promises to be a modern-day classic between two counties that have served up their fair share of memorable moments in finals. Kerry are going for two-in-a-row while Dublin are looking to win their first final since their historic run of six successive titles came to an end in 2020.


Kerry cruised to this season's Munster title beating Tipperary and Clare by a combined score of 5-39 to 0-20. The 2022 champions began the group stage with a five-point loss to Mayo in Killarney before beating Cork and Louth. Tyrone were no match for Kerry in the quarter-finals as the Kingdom won by 11 points, before Derry pushed Kerry all the way in their semi-final, which was decided by just two points.


Dublin were just as emphatic in the Leinster championship, beating Laois, Kildare and Louth by an aggregate score of 9-65 to 2-36. The Dubs went unbeaten in the group stage after opening with a draw against Roscommon. Mayo and Monaghan were brushed aside in the quarter and semi-finals to set up this weekend's mouthwatering final.


The 2023 All-Ireland Football Finals Odds

It wasn't that long ago that Dublin were enjoying the best run of titles in the history of the All-Ireland Football final. Their 2020 win over Mayo was their sixth in a row, but they have gone two seasons without reaching the final. Kerry are now looking to embark on their own dynasty after winning last year's final against Galway.


The All-Ireland Football final is the pinnacle of Irish sport, and there will be plenty of betting markets to consider before and during Sunday's decider. The latest odds for Sunday's All-Ireland Football final from 888Sport are:


Kerry - 10/11

Dublin - 11/10

Draw - 7/1


The All-Ireland Football Final Odds

The leading Irish betting sites will have a number of markets available for Sunday's All-Ireland Football final between Kerry and Dublin. These range from outright winner to handicap betting to first goalscorer. If you have a free bet to use, then why not try it on one of the following bets:


Betway Odds

Both Kerry and Dublin have been deadly in front of goal in their last two matches to reach this year's All-Ireland Football final at Croke Park. In their quarter-final against Tyrone, Kerry scored two goals and followed that up with another goal in their semi-final win over Derry.


Dublin also scored two goals in their quarter-final victory over Mayo and found the back of the net once in their semi-final win over Monaghan. Betway is offering 1/1 for both Kerry and Dublin to score a goal in Sunday's final.


888sport Odds

Getting to half-time leading on the scoreboard does not guarantee a win, but it sets you up nicely for the second half. Both sides will hope to go into the interval with a sizeable lead which can change the ay both sides play in the second half. 888sport has odds of 11/10 for Dublin to lead at half-time of Sunday's final and 19/20 for Kerry to win the first half. A draw at half-time is 8/1.


Leo Vegas Odds

Will it be Kerry who get to take home the Sam Maguire trophy for the second year running, or will Dublin spoil their plans and be crowned All-Ireland champions for a seventh time in nine years? It promises to be a dramatic afternoon at Croke Park between two counties that simply don't get on. Leo Vegas has odds of 21/20 for Dublin to win this year's All-Ireland Football final and 10/11 for Kerry to win back-to-back titles and the draw is 23/4.

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