Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor is hopeful of being able to welcome supporters back inside Victoria Park by September.
County play their first Premiership game of the season at home to Motherwell on August 3, however their matches will initially be played behind closed doors due to coronavirus.
MacGregor is optimistic a partial reintroduction of crowds could happen within the opening two months of the campaign, with social distancing in place.
MacGregor said: “The government view is probably October at this stage, while Celtic’s view is August.
“I think probably September, subject to the health of the nation.
“It will be a percentage. I don’t think we’ll get away fans in the ground at all, and you will get 20 or 30% of home fans.
“As long as we social distance, and run our toiletry system and queuing OK, we can manage that.”
County have lined up Rory Hamilton, Jamie Lyle and Stephen Craigan to present coverage of games on the Ross County TV channel, with MacGregor keen to replicate professional productions provided by television companies.
Season ticket holders will have access to all home matches, while a pay-per-view service will be in operation for away fixtures.
MacGregor says the year-long arrangement will have an important role to play even after fans are allowed to attend games.
MacGregor added: “There was all the uncertainty over whether there were going to be season tickets or not.
“Now there are season tickets, but people will have been wondering what sort of show they were going to get with it.
“I suppose we have gone that extra mile to try and make sure we give people the best package we can.
“With three weeks to go, we have got a professional team together.
“A lot of club TV was being done by well-meaning amateurs, and it was a delayed production which would go out six or seven hours after the game, so people knew the result.
“It wasn’t so bad but when you are going live, people are used to that Sky Sports style of show.
“I was just trying to get as near to that as I could. Particularly for our older generation, who are maybe a bit fearful of coming to matches again.”
MacGregor has been pleased by the initial uptake on season tickets after 10 days, with around 55% of last year’s season ticket holders having already renewed.
He added: “It’s far more than we had thought, and they are still flying out the door.
“There is maybe a wee bit of reluctance from people who are on furlough and don’t quite know if they’ve got a job at the end of it.
“There are also people who are older and don’t want to come to the ground. They have been the main things, but apart from that everyone has been really up to it.”