With the Ladies Football Final taking place on the 16th of September the tension is building for the on-pitch performance. Off the pitch, fans are getting excited as the date gets closer.
Limerick will take on Louth in the junior decider, after that Tyrone play Meath in the Mary Quinn Memorial Cup, in the All-Ireland intermediate final.
Then at 4pm Dublin go against Cork in the TG4 All-Ireland senior final.
We have seen the bunting, flags and jerseys but now there has been a mural painted in honour of the sport.
SUBSET are behind many noticeable murals around the capital. They painted this one of Stormzy last year.
#Stormzy just paid Smithfield a visit to see the mural. #excitement pic.twitter.com/XRAGvwBw45— Light House Cinema (@LightHouseD7) 30 March 2017
“Tell us somethin'. You mothafuckas can't tell us nothin'.” - @kendricklamar #mural #dublincity #kendricklamar #kendrickdublinA post shared by SUBSET (@subsetdublin) on
Meet @SubsetDublin: The street art collective taking back their city https://t.co/vSVn0GegBG pic.twitter.com/MEMkuKhDm9— HUCK (@HUCKmagazine) 17 July 2018
Well now they have done work in partnership with Lidl in the lead up to the Ladies Football Final and it is definitely going to catch a few eyes.
The 18ft mural can be found on Aungier Street and will aim to drive even more interest in people going to the final on the 16th.
We've always looked up to @LadiesFootball players and now more than ever with our 18ft high mural of the Lidl LGFA ambassadors created by @SubsetDublin.
Show your #SeriousSupport and buy your tickets to the @SportTG4 All-Ireland Ladies' Championship here: https://t.co/dZlpawH8yG pic.twitter.com/qiPANIQFvB— Lidl Ireland (@lidl_ireland) 3 September 2018
Get out there to Aungier St, Dublin and tweet photos of the #SeriousSupport mural! pic.twitter.com/Q8UoOzxKdu— Lidl Ireland (@lidl_ireland) 3 September 2018