AWFA has developed four potential draws to be implemented pending the resumption of its 2020 season.
Just one round was played before Football Federation Australia made the decision to postpone all state and grassroots competitions until April 22 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The code is now in complete lockdown with the A-League officially postponed on Monday.
A productive meeting between the AWFA executive and club leaders took place via video link on Wednesday night after postponing the initial gathering on Monday night because of government restrictions around social distancing.
At a bare minimum, the league hopes to have an 11-round season to allow every club to play each other once and run its three-week cup finals series as normal.
AWFA has received approval from Albury and Wodonga councils to extend its season into October if required.
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"We discussed some options going forward and we've sent each club a main draw of what the season may look like - whether we're starting at the end of April, May, June or July," AWFA president Mark Leman said.
"We want to make sure as soon as a decision is made, we have a draw ready to go.
"Our aim is to start the first available Sunday once we get the all clear to start playing sport again."
AWFA has also been in contact with Football Victoria and Football NSW regarding a potential refund of registration fees if the season doesn't go ahead.
"We're aware there's a cost involved and we're not playing football, so we've flagged our concerns if that does happen, but we're not going to know until we know when we start," Leman added.
In the meantime, AWFA wants to keep its 12 clubs connected by encouraging coaches to upload videos on social media with training activities and challenges.
"Maybe the coaches can do something in their own backyard and send it to the association and the kids can share their skills throughout social media," he said.
"We'd like people to start sending that sort of stuff in and we might turn it into a bit of a competition down the track and maybe get some tickets to an A-League game next year for the best ones."
Leman stressed the importance of clubs continuing to follow government and FFA directives around gatherings by ensuring no organised training takes place until further notice.
"We want people to be responsible, protect each other and protect all our families within the football community," he said.
An announcement on the winner has been put on hold due to the current situation.