The Northern Tasmanian Football Association has followed the TSL and NAB League's lead by postponing all matches until at least May 31.
The NTFA held a meeting with club presidents on Monday night in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
In addition to postponing its men's and women's competitions, which were scheduled to begin on March 28 and April 4 respectively, the NTFA moved to suspend training for all clubs this week to "await further information and details from appropriate authorities".
President Scott Rigby said the NTFA would work hard to support clubs through a difficult time.
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"As a large community body that touches thousands of individuals and families across six municipalities, we have a responsibility to respond in a consistent manner in conjunction with government, department of health and other organisations across Tasmania," Rigby said.
"It's important that we also recognise the role our clubs play in their respective communities.
"We have and will continue to work very hard with them, their members and volunteers to make sure that everyone involved feels supported."
The decision comes after the TSL and NAB League postponed their seasons until May 31 on Monday evening.
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