The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Mícheál MacDonncha, has extended his best wishes to the Dublin Footballers ahead of this afternoon's All-Ireland Final.
Dublin take on Mayo at a sold out Croke Park from 3.30, with the boys in blue aiming to win a third title in a row.
Mícheál MacDonncha told 98FM "I wish them all very well. We're all willing them to victory for three in a row. They've given us an unbelievable Golden era of Gaelic Football in Dublin. I don't think there's ever been a team like them."
"The whole, squad, management team and background team have really earned the gratitude of all Dubliner's regardless of the outcome."
The Lord Mayor also pointed out the role fans play in making the occasion a very special one in the capital "The fans really make it. There's nothing to beat Dublin City and County on All-Ireland Sunday, the atmosphere is absolutely brilliant. I want to welcome all the fans to the city, from Mayo, throughout the country and the world who come to the city for All-Ireland Sunday."
Meanwhile, the AA are reminding motorists to expect delays on the M6, M4, M50 and Swords road in the lead up to this afternoon's games.
Traffic restrictions will be in place and delays can also be expected in Drumcondra and the surrounding areas.
A full Garda cordon will be in place two hours prior to stiles opening time and one hour post event to enable match patrons to arrive and depart safely.