Wests Tigers have confirmed that the club's Round 12 home game against the New Zealand Warriors on July 31 will now be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The game was originally scheduled to be played at Campbelltown Sports Stadium however increased risks of exposure to COVID-19 has led to advisement that the fixture instead be moved to an alternate venue.
This will be the club's first home game at the Sydney Cricket Ground since round six, 2013.
Wests Tigers chief executive Justin Pascoe said the decision was a difficult one to make but one that had to be done to ensure the continued success of the 2020 season.
"As a club, we understand that moving matches away from our traditional home grounds is a difficult thing for our proud Members and corporate partners," Pascoe said.
"However, this season has shown that every club must do it all it can to minimise the health risks for its players and officials, and this is simply a necessary move to ensure the competition continues."
Wests Tigers members will receive communication on Thursday around the process to redeem and purchase tickets.