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Euro 2020 fate to be decided as virus threat looms
UEFA is expected to postpone Euro 2020 by up to a year on Tuesday, as European football's governing body considers its response to the fallout of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All of Europe's leading domestic leagues ground to a halt last week with football confronting its biggest issue in modern times, and the fate of UEFA's Champions League and Europa League competitions must also be determined.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the European Football Union UEFA has postponed the finals in the Champions League and Europa League indefinitely. This was announced by the Continental Association on Monday.
The Champions League final should take place on May 30 in Istanbul, the final of the Europa League on May 27 in Gdansk / Poland. The women's finals on May 24th in Vienna were also postponed until further notice.UEFA plans to "analyze available options"
"The working group set up last week as a result of the European Football Stakeholders' Conference chaired by UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin will analyze the available options," UEFA said: " The group has already started reviewing the calendar and announcements will be made in due course. "
In the previous week it was also determined that the game year should end by June 30th.
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