Pam Brink Stadium will be become a new home for Benoni Premier United's PSL Reserve League team.
This is because the Rabbits want to acclimatise with the conditions at the venue.
Simon Ngobeni, the team's general manager, confirmed that they had moved from Actonville Stadium to Springs with immediate effect.
"Since the reserve league is made up mostly of players who are doing duty in the premiership, we felt it was important to play our games there,'' said Ngobeni.
He added that there were possibilities that they might play their remaining official league matches at Pam Brink Stadium.
The reserve league enters its fourth week today with four games taking part at different venues. The pick of the fixtures will be between Kaizer Chiefs and Wits University at Milpark Stadium. Amakhosi lead the pack with 10 points from four games and the Clever Boys are second from the basement with three points from the same number of games.
Chiefs' striker David Radebe hopes to continue where he left off last week after scoring the equaliser in the 2-2 draw against Orlando Pirates.
Pirates travel to Boksburg Stadium where they face the unpredictable Jomo Cosmos.
SuperSport United will be out to register their second victory of the season when they host Moroka Swallows at Caledonian Stadium.
Matsatsantsa a Pitori surprised Wits with a 1-0 victory in Johannesburg last Monday.