Following a widely welcomed move by the FA, supporters will be allowed back to lower non-league football matches at reduced capacity.
New FA guidance allows fans to attend games at Step 3 of non-league and below from this Saturday, 22 August, at 15% capacity.
From September, competitive games will be allowed to host 30% capacity crowds, as long as the venue had already hosted a match at 15%.
This means Bulls supporters will be allowed into the final pre-season games away at Pontefract Collieries and Harworth Colliery, and at home to Swallownest.
Up to 300 fans will also be allowed to attend the opening game of the season against Sherwood Colliery in the FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round on Tuesday 1 September.
The club and Sherwood are planning for the cup tie to be an all-ticket event to avoid overcrowding.