Published Monday, 27 August 2012
Antrim manager Liam Bradley. (© Pacemaker)
The county board confirmed the news on Monday after receiving word from Bradley.
It thanked him for his efforts over the past four years.
"Antrim football now is in a much better place than it was in 2009 when Liam came on board," said County Chairman Jim Murray.
"He gave the players belief and confidence and under his management great strides have been made. There have been a few highlights including reaching the Ulster Final, securing successive promotions and beating Galway this summer.
"Liam Bradley has been good for Antrim and we wish him every success in the future."
The county said it will start looking at candidates for a new manager in the coming days.