Football West have confirmed competitive matches in the state will resume on Sunday, June 21.
The developments come after WA Premier Mark McGowan announced further lifting of coronavirus restrictions on Friday.
The governing body clarified that their competitions will return in two stages.
Competitions such as MiniRoos, Junior Boys and Girls Leagues, Amateur, Metropolitan and Masters Leagues, State League Women and NPL Juniors will all restart on June 21.
Two weeks later, the NPL Men, NPL Women and State League Men will return to competitive action from July 4.
These seasons will climax with grand finals on the weekend of October 10-11.
Football West CEO James Curtis claimed he was looking forward to matches recommencing in the state.
“This is the news everyone has been waiting for,” he said.
“The WA football community has shown terrific understanding throughout this period and we are delighted to provide them with a date for our return.
“Players, coaches, parents, volunteers, referees … the one question we are constantly being asked is, ‘when will the season start?’
“It’s the same with the buzz around the training grounds and the feedback we are getting on social media. People want football competitions back and it is in sight.
“From where we were a few months ago, this is a real cause for celebration thanks to the hard work of the community by doing the right thing.
“Now it is about teams scouring the fixtures, working with local authorities and clubs to put up goals, mark out the pitch and get the teams together… there will be real anticipation that football’s coming back.
“Our stakeholders have been working hard with relevant authorities and we know there are still many steps to go.
“We will continue to work with our Associations, clubs and relevant government authorities to comply with relevant guidelines, whilst also trying to reduce the burden on clubs and volunteers,” Curtis concluded.