Since it opened in 1953 Casement Park has been at the heart of the community in West Belfast and the home of Antrim Gaels.

The GAA is embedded in communities across Ireland and around the world and through its network of clubs and volunteers it promotes Gaelic games, culture and lifelong participation in sport.

Antrim’s home and Ulster’s new provincial stadium is committed to creating social value for the whole community reflecting the positive contribution that the GAA makes to our society.

As an inclusive seven-day-a-week facility, the stadium will put the community at its core delivering long-lasting benefits, socially, culturally and economically.

The benefits will go well beyond the stadium construction with long-term employment opportunities which will see Casement Park being an important catalyst for community wealth building in Belfast and beyond for many years to come.

To help deliver lasting benefits for all, Ulster GAA has established a Community Engagement and Benefits Forum. This group, made up of residents and community, business, cultural and educational leaders from across West Belfast and further afield, will ignite the exciting opportunities that Casement Park offers, by working closely with local organisations and the wider society to unlock the stadium’s full potential.