Jersey boss Jimmy Reilly says the delay in opening the Springfield Stadium will not affect his side's preparation for their opening match against the Navy.
Jersey were due to on the new 3G surface, but the men's game has been moved to nearby St Peter as the new pitch is not ready.
Reilly told BBC Radio Jersey: "It won't really (affect us). It should be ready next week and the facility looks great.
"I'm confident and looking forward to the game. It should be a good one."
|Jersey fixtures 2014-15|
|20 October: Beat 26th Army regiment 7-0 at home|
|22 October: Beat 26th Army regiment 4-0 at home|
|4 January: Lose 8-0 to Union Sportive De St. Malo at home|
|7 March: Royal Navy|
|28 March: Alderney away (Muratti Vase semi-final)|
|4 May: Essex and Suffolk Border League|
|17 May: Guernsey away (Muratti Vase final, if Jersey beat Alderney)|
|27 June-3 July: Island Games|
The new £700,000 synthetic pitch was part-funded by a grant from the Football Association and was commissioned for this summer's Island Games, which will be held in Jersey.
Springfield was also re-developed for the 1997 Island Games, when Jersey last hosted the event.