Zamalek's Champions League match with Ulinzi Stars is allowed by Egyptian authorities to be spectated.
The game was expected to be held behind closed doors due to security uncertainties following the recent revolution that toppled ex-president Hosni Mubarak.
But with security relatively maintained, the Whites will get to be supported by their fans in the match, which takes place on 27 February at Military Academy Stadium.
"The officials told us that supporters can watch the match from the stands," Zamalek's marketing director Ashraf Sobhi told FilGoal.com.
"This is going to be an indication whether or not it's ok to have games spectated in Egypt these days."
All sports competitions were indefinitely stopped in Egypt after demonstrations broke out and turned into a full-scale revolt.
The Egyptian FA is still considering continuing the league this season.