Watch: Liffey Wanderers and Cobh Wanderers get ready to do battle in the FAI Intermediate Cup Final

Fri, May 12 2017

Liffey Wanderers won the 2015 FAI Junior Cup. Credit: Tom Beary


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Tommorow is unlikely to see the sold out signs stuck up outside the Aviva Stadium but regardless, May 13th is set to be a massive day for both the players and supporters of both Liffey Wanderers and Cobh Wanderers as they face off in the 2017 Intermediate Cup Final.


Cobh Wanderers players took a trip up to the Aviva Stadium this week to take in their surroundings ahead of Saturday's game and Gary Rogers was in attendance at a venue he has become very familiar with over the past number of years.



Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers was also on hand to meet the Liffey Wanderers squad as they visited a local primary school this past week.



We'll have live updates from the Aviva Stadium with Alex Dunne for the game which can be viewed here. Peter Fitzpatrick will also be in attendance to send us in some pictures as the afternoon progresses.