Cork official Conor Lane has been appointed referee for the All-Ireland football final replay between Dublin and Kerry on 14 September.
It will be a third All-Ireland final for the Banteer/Lyre clubman, who oversaw the drawn 2016 final between Dublin and Mayo and last year's decider when Dublin dispatched Tyrone.
Lane has officiated at further big games in 2019, including the Ulster final and the Dublin-Mayo All-Ireland final semi-final.
Maurice Deegan is linesman and standby referee with David Coldrick running the other line. The sideline official will be Fermanagh's Niall Cullen.