Brisbane CEO Paul White has applauded the NRL's decision to resume the competition next month, saying it provides "real hope" during the coronavirus pandemic.
White admitted it would be tough for clubs to get back on the field by the proposed date of May 28 due to strict health guidelines and restrictions.
But he was confident it would happen no matter what format was adopted.
The league is yet to decide what the remainder of the season looks like despite Thursday's announcement.
They are discussing a number of scenarios including a shortened 15-round regular season and proceeding with the original 25-game plan.
"Having May 28 as a target for a re-start to the competition provides real hope for everyone at the club and throughout the wider rugby league community," White said in a statement.
"There is still a lot of work to be done across all levels of the game to see us get back on the field by the end of next month, and player and community safety must remain as an absolute priority during that process.
"We are confident that all those involved - the NRL, clubs, broadcasters, government - can work together to make it happen."
White said last month Brisbane were in a better position than most clubs to deal with the pandemic after launching contingency plans back in February.
They had even prepared for a lock down, quarantining their former training base at Cyril Connell Centre (CCC) located across the road from the club's new headquarters Clive Berghofer Centre in early March.
The CCC is equipped with bunk beds to house their entire 30-man squad plus staff.
White did not specify on Friday what measures the Broncos would take to prepare for the re-start but he said they would ensure the players - and public - were safe.
"Being able to play at Suncorp Stadium and train at the Clive Berghofer Centre in tightly controlled and monitored conditions will ensure our players and staff have the safest possible environment to prepare and play rugby league," he said.
"Player and community health remain the priority throughout all of this - that is a given - and we look forward to putting measures in place to ensure their continued safety."
Australian Associated Press