North Wales Crusaders fixture against Coventry Bears on July 3 will be moved to Chester RUFC’ s Hare Lane.
The Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium will be out of action again this summer because of maintenance work on the pitch.
The stadium will be unavailable after the Toulouse match and Crusaders are set to return by mid-August.
Further fixtures will have to be moved during the League 1 Super 8s/Shield in the second half of the season. Once these are confirmed, they will be announced at the earliest opportunity.
The club has spent a considerable amount of time looking for alternative venues and Chester RUFC has passed the Rugby Football League’s facility standards.
Hare Lane, where Chester compete in the National League 2 North, has a 500-seater stand and a capacity of 2,000.
On Crusaders’ temporary move, general manager Ryan Gould said: “I would like to thank Chester RUFC for allowing us to play a couple of fixtures there this summer.
“The facilities at the ground are superb and I’m sure it will be a great venue for us to host matches.
“Not only is it a great place to play rugby, but I also think that we will be able to take North Wales Crusaders to a whole new audience.
“All of the staff at Chester have been very friendly and welcoming and I’m sure that this temporary move is one that will work out well for both clubs.”
Lorenzo Mansutti, Chester RUFC’s director of commercial, said: “We’re really excited to have the opportunity to host North Wales Crusaders.
“We hope that Crusaders have a fantastic time at Chester and enjoy our hospitality.
“Crusaders are just down the road so it is a fantastic link up. I hope it leads to a strong partnership and that we can continue to work together in the future.
“We’re proud to be able to showcase our facilities to a new audience and we wish Crusaders all the best for the remainder of their league campaign.”