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All football in England is suspended until at least April 30 - but the 2019-20 season should eventually be completed after the FA bend their own rules to extend the campaign INDEFINITELY after holding crisis talks on March 19.The decisions to suspend follows players and staff becoming affected by the virus, or individuals self-isolating as a precaution after reporting symptoms consistent with Covid-19.The Premier League clash between Manchester City and Arsenal, scheduled for March 11, had already been postponed as a 'precautionary measure' after Olympiacos and Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis tested positive for coronavirus weeks after watching his Greek team play at the Emirates Stadium.

On March 13, UEFA announced all Champions League and Europa League fixtures scheduled are postponed, as well as the quarter-final draws for both competitions.



The Football Association of Ireland announced that all football under its jurisdiction will cease until March 29.Major League Soccer has been suspended for 30 days until mid-April with David Beckham's first Inter Miami home game delayed.



Euro 2020 play-off matches due to be held on March 26, including Scotland v Israel have been put off until June.Manchester United clash at Austrian side Lask was behind closed doors, with United handing out £350 to each fan to help with travel and accommodation after they sold 900 tickets for the Europa League game.

After deciding to play with no spectators from the second round of the Players Championship onwards, the PGA Tour cancelled the event entirely after the first round on March 12.They also scrapped the following three events leading up to the Masters, but after that was cancelled four further events in April and May - the RBC Heritage, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the Wells Fargo Championship and the AT&T Byron Nelson - also bit the dust.

South Korea's baseball league cancelled all 50 pre-season game which were slated to take place from March 14-24.

The Japanese professional baseball league made the decision to play their 72 pre-season games behind closed doors until March 15.


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