The date for the Dublin footballers homecoming has been announced.
Dublin enjoyed huge success this weekend with the senior men's team claiming a historic five-in-a-row when they beat Kerry yesterday.
Following Dublin's victory over Galway today, Dublin City Council announced that a homecoming for both teams will take place on Sunday, September 29.
The council consulted with the Dublin County Board and the Dublin Ladies Gaelic Association and announced that the Lord Mayor "will celebrate these historic victories" by staging the "special, free family-friendly homecoming."
The event will take place from 1.30pm to 4.30pm at Merrion Square.
Dublin Lord Mayor Paul Mc Auliffe: "It has been a phenomenal weekend for the women and men of Dublin Gaelic Football with this three-in-a-row victory today and the historic five-in-a-row-win yesterday.
"Congratulations to the Dublin Ladies team of players, Mick Bohan and his management team, the background staff and the fans for their support over the campaign."
Earlier today, Dublin's five-in-a-row winning boss Jim Gavin brought the Same Maguire cup to the unveiling of a victory mural in Ballybough.
The mural features Gavin's image with the words 'Jim Gavin's Mighty Dubs' alongside him and five Sam Maguire cups above him.