Iarnród Éireann has announced extra services to accommodate passengers travelling to and from Dublin for the All-Ireland final on Sunday.
An extra train to Dublin Heuston will depart Galway on Sunday 24 July at 7.45am, as well as a return train at 7.50pm from Dublin Heuston to Galway.
Irish Rail says that at present, the services that have been scheduled from Kerry to Dublin are the only ones expected to operate.
Thousands of Galwegians will travel to the capital to see the Tribesmen take on the Kingdom, with the lads in maroon hoping to take home the Sam for the first time in 21 years.
Galway are aiming to win a tenth All-Ireland, which would make them only the third county to reach double figures in the all-time rankings.
But a decent Kerry side will be determined to win their first All-Ireland since 2014.
The two counties have met in the final on seven previous occasions, with Galway winning three and Kerry winning four.