Barry Town United AFC's court case against the Football Association of Wales for denying them entry to the Welsh Football League will be heard next month.
A new club was started after the owner of Barry Town withdrew them from the Welsh football pyramid last season.
Earlier this month the FAW Council refused to discuss a reprieve for the new club from playing parks football.
At a court hearing in Cardiff on Friday the case was adjourned to 7 August.
Judge Seys-Llewellyn will hear the case in a trial set to last a full day although judgement could be reserved till a later date, according to the Cardiff Civil Justice Centre.
Barry Town United AFC is insisting it be allowed full membership of the FAW for the 2013-2014 season and be admitted to Welsh Football League third division for the 2013-2014 football season.
The club is also seeking a declaration that the FAW's decision not to allow Barry Town membership of the association is unlawful.
Andrew Edwards of the Welsh Premier League in protest at what he called a "shambolic" meeting in Caersws which refused to hear the cases for a reprieve put by Barry Town United and a new Llanelli club.
Edwards subsequently issued a letter to all member clubs raising further concerns about the Council.