Gardái are reminding people in Waterford to be mindful of their safety and property this All-Ireland final weekend.
It is thought that between 25 and 30 thousand people will empty out of the county for the match.
Gardái say this may lead to burglaries and people must take precautions.
Crime Prevention Officer for Waterford is Brendan Roche who says people should report any suspicious vehicles seen in their area to the Gardái.
As thousands of fans make their way to Croke park this morning by bus, train or by car, gardai are reminding people to allow plenty of time for their journey. There are foggy conditions this morning on the M9 and on the N25 to Dublin via Wexford and motorists are advised to slow down and drive safely.
Fans are also reminded that large bags and large backpacks will not be allowed inside Croke Park
Gardái are also advising that people attending tomorrow’s Tallow Horsefair should secure their homes and property before leaving for the show.