Queensland will allow small crowds of up to 2,000 to return to sporting events from Saturday in potential good news for the A-League.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced on Wednesday that up to 2,000 fans can return to stadiums beginning on the weekend.
The Gold Coast Titans are hosting the St George Illawarra Dragons at Suncorp Stadium in the NRL in Brisbane on Saturday.
Brisbane Roar could also welcome fans to the ground when the A-League season resumes in mid-July.
"Up to 2,000 fans can return to Queensland's stadiums from this weekend," a tweet from Palaszczuk read.
"Queenslanders have done an incredible job smashing the curve, and codes have done their part to develop COVID Safe plans to keep fans safe.
"It's another positive step on our road back to normal and I know Queenslanders are eager to get back to games to cheer on our teams."
Australia has more than 7,300 cases of coronavirus, including 102 deaths.