Antrim GAA have confirmed that they will be allowed to host their All-Ireland Senior Football Championship round two qualifier with Kildare at Corrigan Park in West Belfast.
The ground belongs to the St John's Club and only hosts 2,000 spectators, meaning that there had to be a safety inspection before the venue was passed suitable to host the Lilywhites on Saturday, 22 June.
If Corrigan Park was deemed too small, there was some doubt over where the game could take place.
Antrim are without a proper home ground since Casement Park closed in 2013 for redevelopment which so far has never taken place. They had to cede home advantage for their recent Ulster quarter-final with Tyrone because Corrigan Park was too small and that tie was played at Armagh's Athletic Grounds.
But with Armagh playing an away qualifier on the same day, it's unlikely that the Athletic Grounds could have been used.