FOOTBALL Mid North Coast will work towards starting all competitions in the zone on the weekend of July 4 and 5.
However, FMNC chairman Mike Parsons stressed any decision would be subject to approval from the State and federal governments regarding social distancing requirements and other COVID-19 restrictions.
"It's all very fluid at the moment,'' Mr Parsons admitted.
He said FMNC will contact all clubs to determine team numbers so draws can be put in place. This would be at senior and junior level.
However, Mr Parsons revealed it is planned to play the Coastal Premier League (CPL) over two rounds, with a grand final in late October or early November.
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Nine clubs - five from North Coast Football and four from Football Mid North Coast, have nominated to play in the CPL in first and reserve grade. This is the competition's debut season.
"We've contacted the clubs and they're willing to play a two round season,'' Mr Parsons said.
"We have the ground space and we can play games under lights if we must on Fridays or as double headers. We could also look at playing matches on Sundays.''
He said Football Mid North Coast has been in constant contact with North Coast Football on the matter.
The four FMNC clubs involved in the CPL are all from the Hastings/Macleay areas.
Mr Parsons said FMNC is awaiting word from Northern NSW Football as to when the National Premier League (NPL) and Women's Premier League (WPL) would resume. These competitions started in early March before the coronavirus lockdown.
He hopes to have some confirmation by the end of this week.
"Again, we have kept in close contact with Northern NSW - sometimes daily - to get updates on what's happening,'' he said.