Jim Gavin will remain as manager of the Dublin senior football team for another three years, Dublin GAA have announced.
Gavin was ratified as the senior boss in 2012 following the departure of Pat Gilroy, beating Kerry in his first All Ireland final in charge of the county.
Under his management, the Dublin team have established a new record for the most national league and championship games unbeaten.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) December 19, 2018
Since he began his reign, the county has lifted the Sam Maguire five times, have emerged victorious from Leinster on six occasions and have five national league titles to their name.
Gavin will remain as the football manager until the conclusion of the 2021 championship.
Chairman of Dublin GAA, Sean Shanley, remarked: “Jim has contributed so much time and hard work on a voluntary basis to the Dublin team and I thank him and his backroom team for their continued efforts and dedication”.