Western United will play four home games at AAMI Park this A-League season, meaning they will again have at least three home grounds.
Western United will again have at least three home grounds in the upcoming A-League season, with the club to play four games at AAMI Park while also exploring the option of playing in Tasmania.
United's fixture initially had the venue for eight home games unconfirmed but have now secured stadiums for all but two matches.
The A-League said Western United would play home games at AAMI Park for this season alone due to the impact of COVID-19.
United will host two games against Melbourne Victory and one against each of Melbourne City and Sydney FC at AAMI Park, while they have also secured one additional home game at Geelong's GMHBA Stadium.
"While we continue to work hard on our stadium build project in Wyndham City Council, we have been looking for opportunities to play home games at COVID-19 safe venues both within Victoria and further afield," Western United chief executive Chris Pehlivanis said.
"To be able to play home games at AAMI Park is a great result for our fans."
In total, United will play four home games at GMHBA Stadium, four at AAMI Park and two at Ballarat's Mars Stadium.
Venues for United's games against Perth Glory on March 19 and Macarthur FC on April 1 are yet to be confirmed but the club hopes to take matches to Tasmania.
"While we are committed to our fanbase and geographical roots (in) Victoria's west, we are currently exploring an opportunity to work with the Tasmanian State Government and Football Tasmania to not only showcase Western United's brand of football but to bring A-League to the state," Pehlivanis said.