The AWFA executive has issued clubs with a draft draw for the shortened season commencing on July 12.
It is confirmed the first two rounds will be played in Albury, with all NSW sides to host Victorian teams.
The fixture will be reviewed by clubs across the weekend and finalised for release next week.
AWFA president Mark Leman said the association is prepared for a restart but wants to ensure everyone in the football community is on the same page in regards to the health orders.
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"I think the key thing is the importance of following the Victorian and NSW guidelines and the return to play protocols," Leman said.
"It's been made very clear that every club has to follow the guidelines to assure we keep not only our clubs and members safe, but the whole Albury-Wodonga community.
"We're one of the only football codes that's going to be playing this winter and all eyes will be on us, so if we're not doing the right thing it could mean we shut down halfway through.
"It's really important that everybody involves keeps those social distancing commitments in mind.
"There are things that are going to happen that everyone may not agree with, but we want them to support their clubs, support their sport and apply the rules appropriately."
Leman added the association will work on two rounds at a time due to the possibility of changes to restrictions on both sides of the border.