SUNDAY'S Leinster football final will take on a family fun twist with a new Family Funzone taking over the entire Davin Stand car park while the victorious Meath and vanquished Dublin stars of their epic four-game saga in 1991 will be guests of honour at Croke Park.
The all-new family Funzone, which is to become a permanent installation at Croke Park for the remainder of the football and hurling championship campaigns, will include the Leinster Council's inflatable playing pitch and other inter-active games and activities for young players.
A number of Dublin and Meath clubs will compete in the Leinster GAA Roadshow pitch while training and coaching tips will also be available from expert coaches on the day.
There will also be a chance to get your picture with the Sam Maguire and Delaney Cups before the captain of either Dublin or Meath receives the latter later that afternoon.
SuperValu's giant Sam Maguire will also be on location and Ulster Bank's interactive kicking game will test the skills of budding footballers.
Later in the day special guests of the Leinster Council, representatives of the Meath and Dublin 1991 teams will be introduced to the crowd at |half-time in the senior match.
The Leinster Council will also induct another former great into their Hall of Fame between the two games. Access to the new funzone will be off Nth Circular Road, just beyond Gill's pub and from the Russell Street Bridge entrance. Activities in the Family Funzone are free of charge and accessible by all match day ticket holders.