Dublin City Council are inviting football fans of all ages to celebrate the county’s win in the All-Ireland Football final yesterday.
The Boys in Blue saw a two-point victory against defending champions Kerry.
The event takes place in Smithfield Square from 6.30pm today.
Dublin Lord Mayor Daithí de Róiste said there will be entertainment throughout the evening on Smithfield Square – before the team is welcomed on stage by MC Marty Morrisey.
“Generally, we get an old singsong out of one or two of the players, so we’re really looking forward to tonight,” Mr de Róiste said.
Mr de Róiste said the event is a family-friendly, alcohol-free celebration.
“We’re encouraging all Dubliners to come in, both to recognise yesterday’s historic achievement and to celebrate Mick Fitzsimmons, Stephen Cluxton and James McCarthy reaching nine All-Irelands,” he said.
"We didn’t get a chance to celebrate in 2020 that was won during COVID-19, so I’d be encouraging and asking all Dubliners to come into Smithfield this evening.”
Dublin City Council is asking people to use public transport to get to Smithfield.
The Square can be accessed from Thundercut Avenue, Friary Avenue or North King Street.
Dublin won their 31st All-Ireland final against defending champions Kerry yesterday in a 1-15 to 1-13 victory.
— Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste (@daithideroiste) July 30, 2023
It is also Dublin’s first Sam Maguire since their famous six-in-a-row victory in 2020.
Kerry remain the record-holders for most All-Ireland wins with 38 victories.
Dublin are in second with 31 titles.