North Melbourne will likely shift from the Gold Coast to Tasmania and host AFL games in Hobart when the state's borders reopen.
The 10 Victorian clubs are based in Perth or Queensland quarantine hubs, but the AFL has also floated matches being played in Tasmania and the Northern Territory during the coronavirus-affected season.
Tasmania's borders will remain closed until at least July 31 but state premier Peter Gutwein said discussions with the AFL had been "positive".
"Until there is a decision on our borders, we won't be allowing anybody in under special exemptions to play football," Gutwein told reporters on Monday.
"It's not guaranteed. Any games in the state will be dependent on where we arrive at it in terms of our borders and public health advice."
The Kangaroos, and Hawthorn, are contracted to play games in Tasmania this year.
Gutwein previously said the state government wasn't interested in hosting AFL games unless crowds are present.
Hobart's Blundstone Oval is now able to be at 25 per cent capacity, which would allow for up to 5000 spectators to attend matches.
"If, and when, are borders do open there is a desire from North Melbourne and Hawthorn to play games in this state," Gutwein said.
"The economic benefit will largely be felt at a local level in terms of modest crowd sizes.
"They (teams) would be paying for their hotels and their food and other services they provide."
None of the Kangaroos' opponents in Hobart have been confirmed but Brisbane and Gold Coast are likely contenders.
Suns football boss Jon Haines is aware the club is a candidate to play North down south.
"We're open to going anywhere. Tasmania's certainly been discussed," he said.