The postponed FA Cup finals could be played as a curtain-raiser to the 2022 Albury-Wodonga Football Association season.
Called off several times because of COVID, the games are the last surviving remnant of 2021 after the season was cancelled on Wednesday night.
Albury United are due to feature in both games, facing Boomers in the men's final and St Pats in the women's final, which could take place next month once NSW has hit its 80 percent target for double vaccination.
"We're looking at options and the clubs have gone back to talk to their players," AWFA president Mark Leman said.
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"It could be a curtain-raise for 2022, it could be played at the end of October or we could even call it a draw."
Club presidents met with the AWFA executive before reaching the "difficult decision" to cancel all football competitions for 2021.
"It's pretty devastating but the public health orders made that decision for us in the end," Leman said.
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