Talks with council officials are ongoing as the Albury-Wodonga Football Association explores the possibility of extending its season into October.
Lockdowns in NSW and Victoria mean there will be no soccer played before the end of August but league bosses remain hopeful of a resumption soon after.
AWFA's executive committee and league presidents will meet tomorrow night to discuss their options.
"With Victoria still locked down this weekend, we'll wait and see what comes out of that," AWFA president Mark Leman said.
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"We're working with council to maybe extend our season into October and to pick up those rounds we've missed through the finals that we had scheduled for September.
"Hopefully that means we'll only end up missing two rounds if we can get back to playing on September 5.
"We're still being positive. We'll see what happens and at this stage, everybody wants to keep playing."
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