Former Cork GAA star Teddy McCarthy will be laid to rest today at St. Joseph's Church in Glanmire.
The funeral is due to begin at 11am. Mr McCarthy was previously in repose at Barry Brothers Funeral Home in Glanmire on Friday evening.
Large crowds are expected to turn out to pay their respects during the funeral of GAA legend Teddy McCarthy this weekend.
The Cork man passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday at the age of 57.
He made history in 1990 when he became the only player to ever win All-Ireland championship titles in both hurling and football in the same year.
As a midfielder, Mr Carthy won two All-Ireland senior football medals, six Munster medals and an All-Star.
In his career with the Cork senior hurlers, he also won two All-Ireland medals, three Munster titles and one National Hurling League.
Cork GAA Chairperson Marc Sheehan said the family and club are “shocked and saddened” by Mr McCarthy’s death.
“You will be fondly remembered and sadly missed,” he said.
Tánaiste and Cork native Micheál Martin said Mr McCarthy was “encyclopediac in his knowledge” of GAA.
“Teddy was passionate about GAA and sport, and I always enjoyed chatting after games,” he said.
President Michael D Higgins joined mourners in their memories of Mr McCarthy.
"Teddy McCarthy will always hold a special place in the history of Irish sport," he said. "Indeed, it seems increasingly unlikely that his remarkable achievement in 1990 will ever be repeated."