The German league announced Thursday it has pushed back the planned restart of the Bundesliga from Friday, 15 May, until the following day.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has granted permission for the Bundesliga to resume behind closed doors with strict hygiene measures, plus regular testing of players and backroom staff.
Christian Seifert, CEO of the German Football League (DFL), confirmed on Thursday that matches will resume on Saturday, 16 May.
Second-placed Borussia Dortmund host arch rivals Schalke in the Ruhr derby in the pick of the matches on the first day back.
Defending champions Bayern Munich, who sit four points clear of Dortmund, will travel to face Union Berlin on the Sunday.
The Bundesliga will be the first of Europe's top leagues to restart since the coronavirus pandemic forced lockdown measures across the continent.
Saturday, 16 May
Borussia Dortmund vs Schalke 04
RB Leipzig vs Freiburg
Hoffenheim vs Hertha Berlin
Fortuna Duesseldorf vs Paderborn
Augsburg vs VfL Wolfsburg
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Moenchengladbach
Sunday, 17 May
Cologne vs Mainz
Union Berlin vs Bayern Munich
Monday, 18 May
Werder Bremen vs Bayer Leverkusen