Friendly football matches will be allowed to restart in Jersey from Saturday, under level one of the island's safe exit framework.
The Jersey Football Association (JFA) said it welcomed the decision, which will allow "close fleeting contact" between players outside.
A physical distance of 1m (3ft 3in) will be kept during "non-playing activity" such as warm ups and cool downs.
A total of 40 people, including players, coaches, referees, and spectators will be allowed at any game.
Finally, all clubs will be required to appoint a 'Covid officer', the association said.