Belles chief executive Russ Green says the club are in good shape as final preparations for the 2020-21 season are completed.
Sunday's 2-2 draw at Boldmere St Michaels marked a first competitive game since March, while the girls return to Rossington Main for the first home match of the season this Sunday.
Green said: “It has been a long wait for everyone connected with the club, football is one of the last industries to be able to resume and we have all had to be patient.
“But we’ve had a really busy few weeks since we were able to resume training and start playing some friendly games, the manager and his team are really happy with the players we have and their attitude throughout pre-season. We’re all raring to go.”
This season will pose many challenges for any club, but the Belles’ position within Club Doncaster will provide strength no matter what happens.
Green added: “The real strength of Club Doncaster is the depth of resources we can call on, that includes facilities such as the training facilities down by the Keepmoat Stadium but also the knowledge from the steps required to get the men’s team back in training safely. We’ve been able to feed into that experience which helped us get back up to speed quickly.
“We have got a real stable base to build from, and have just released some new commercial packages where we hope some local companies can really help us push on. With supporters backing us by snapping up their season tickets and sponsoring players, we feel we’ve been able to come through a really tough year in good shape for the future and have a bright future ahead.”