Antrim remain confident that their Ulster Senior Football Championship clash with Cavan at the end of April will take place at Corrigan Park.
The county board is also busy preparing for a judicial review of the decision to approve planning for the redevelopment of Casement Park. That review will take place next week.
Regarding the county's upcoming SFC fixture with Cavan, no official decision has yet been taken on where the game will be played.
Antrim were drawn out of the hat first and, having not had a home championship game since 2013, they looked set to host the Breffni County in Corrigan Park on 23 April.
But at an Ulster GAA meeting last week, a motion from Cavan to move the provincial quarter-final game against Antrim out of Corrigan Park was passed.
Just three counties voted against that motion - Antrim, Tyrone and Derry.
Cavan had sought a change of venue due to the limited capacity of under 4,000 at the Belfast location, which can cater for 3,700 supporters and has been used as their base whilst Casement Park is out of bounds.
Around £1 million was pumped into the venue last year to develop the covered stand and upgrade terracing.
At last week's meeting, six counties out of nine supported a change of venue.
This caused huge upset within Antrim. Many delegates asked the executive to consider all options, but RTÉ Sport understands that the county committee remains confident that the game will proceed at Corrigan Park.
With huge work underway in trying to boost Gaelic games in Ireland's second city, sources say that having an Ulster SFC game back in Belfast would be a significant development – especially with a judicial review of Casement Park to come.
Last July, Stormont Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon gave planning permission for a 34,000-capacity arena.
However, some residents are opposed to the scale of the estimated £110m project.
A west Belfast residents' group was granted leave to seek a judicial review of the decision and a full hearing will be held over three days, on 21-23 March.