Antrim await a safety report before they will know whether they will host their All-Ireland round two qualifier with Kildare in Corrigan Park, Belfast at 3pm on June 22nd.
Corrigan Park holds a maximum of 2,600 people on match-day.
A safety inspection will reduce that to 2,000 . Croke Park will then have to make a decision on the venue, possibly by tomorrow afternoon.
Antrim had to play their recent Ulster Senior Football Championship 1st round against Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh because Corrigan Park was deemed unsuitable.
Armagh would be the obvious venue again for the Kildare game, but Armagh are away in the Qualifiers that day, which might rule out the Athletic Grounds.