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Following a historic three-in-a-row All-Ireland victory from the Boys in Blue at Croke Park yesterday, it's safe to say that an bad lot of Dublin GAA fans are waking up with sore heads this morning.

It's All-Ireland football final day as Dublin and Mayo battle it out to be crowned champions for 2017.

Dublin City Council is hosting the grand homecoming for the Dublin team, backroom staff, Dublin county board and the True Blue Dubs.

They edged out Mayo by 1-17 to 1-16 at Croke Park for their third successive title and 27th overall.

Those attending are "advised to obey the event signage and the stewards' instructions". An access map is available here.

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This is a family-friendly and alcohol-free event and Dublin City Council have asked those who intend on travelling to the homecoming to use public transport.

Fans should note that the Smithfield Luas Stop may be closed between 6pm and 8pm.

"This historic three-in-a-row winning run is a marvellous achievement from one of the best county teams we have ever seen", Mac Donncha said.

On the triumphant 145-mile return to Castlebar, so the story goes, much drink was taken on the team bus.