1,000 fans will be able to watch Jersey Reds at the Stade Santander International this weekend for the first time since February 2020.
It will be the first Championship game this season with spectators.
Jersey have played all of their matches away from home so far in 2021, winning one out of five.
It leaves the club second from bottom in the Championship table.
This weekend's opponents Nottingham are rock bottom with five defeats from five.
Speaking to Jersey Reds TV, Harvey Biljon says he believes the team is ready to turn a corner.
"We have had everything against us with games away from home and away from home and away from home.
"We've now got an opportunity to put all the hard work we've been putting in, all the training, into a home fixture.
"We've got five fixtures to go. It starts with Nottingham on Saturday. I think you'll see character, attitude, and effort in abundance. That will be there, I've no doubt about that."
It was a tough day at the @Champrugby office for @jerseyrfc on Saturday v @ealingtfrugby. Watch here DOR Harvey Biljon's thoughts on the match and how he's looking ahead and not back as the Reds finally get to play at home this weekend v @NottinghamRugby https://t.co/qLsL8sO9jy— Jersey Reds TV (@JerseyRedsTV) April 19, 2021