Cavan supporters going to Croke Park for tomorrow's Tailteann Cup final are being advised to plan their journeys to avoid being clamped.
Mickey Graham's men take on Westmeath in the first ever final of the new football competition, with throw in at GAA headquarters at 3pm.
A large crowd is expected to travel in support, and Gardai have issued advice to help the day run smoothly.
With Clonliffe College no longer available for match day parking, patrons are asked to use public transport or Park and Ride facilities where possible.
People are also being asked to avoid illegally parking in residential areas, with Dublin City Council warning of clamping, towing and fines being issued where required.