Bendigo Amateur Soccer League will meet tonight to discuss the proposed season start date set by Football Victoria.
The state's governing body for soccer has proposed a June 28 resumption date for community clubs.
BASL president Aaron Shooter said the league was determined to give athletes an opportunity to return to the field this year.
"We have a committee meeting tonight (Wednesday) and we will discuss what any potential start date will look like for the league," Shooter said.
"We only received the return to training guidelines last week so we need to get through them and make sure all of the clubs understand them."
Shooter said it was important to ensure clubs had all of the resources in place to adhere to the training guidelines.
"A lot of the clubs are volunteer organisations and not always particularly large," he said.
"It's about having the resources there to be able to achieve all the outcomes set out in the guidelines.
"We've been looking at scenarios of what the competition might look like as a result of all the changes, it's something we will review this evening and check in with clubs to see how they are going towards their return to training."
Overall, BASL's goal is to provide players with an opportunity to compete in a safe and healthy environment.
"Our first goal is to create community football opportunities again and we will do our best to get something together for people to play," Shooter said.
"The second priority is to try and make the season look like it has in the past.
"If not that's not possible, we will try and get something together for players to get out on the field so they can enjoy soccer."
The June 28 proposed by FV is a target date only and subject to change based on further advice from state and federal level health officers.
"Football Victoria will continue to keep the football community informed and updated in the coming weeks with regard to any developments, especially in regard to the resumption of increased training numbers and, ultimately, the return of competition play," FV said in a statement.
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