Fixtures & Coronavirus: Stop dates & predicted restart schedules European leagues, Champions League & Euro 2020

Football Fixtures & Coronavirus

As everyone is now aware, the spread of the coronavirus has stopped most football leagues around the world.

But when can fans hope to see their national leagues restart? When can we expect to see live football broadcasted once again?

Note: Live football is still happening!

Football fans should note that some leagues are still active.

In Europe, the Turkish Super Lig and Russian Premier League are the two most high-profile divisions still in competition.

There’s also a fair amount of football in the southern hemisphere, too.

Australia’s A-League is still on, while in South America there’s football in Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.

And there’s more.

If you really want to search out live football during the coronavirus hiatus, here’s a list of other leagues which remain open for business: Ukraine, Belarus, Serbia, South Africa, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Singapore, Bangladesh, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

Check out all of the current live streaming football matches here.

Stop dates & predicted restart schedules for European leagues

While some may enjoy watching those other leagues, most will be yearning for the restart of their own domestic leagues.

There’s also the conclusions of the 2019-2020 Champions League and Europa League to consider. And then there’s the question of Euro 2020.

Below is a list of the stop dates and predicted restart schedules for the biggest European leagues, plus the premiere European competitions.

 


Champions League live streaming

MUNICH, GERMANY – MAY 14: The logo of FC Bayern Muenchen is reflected in the showcase of the UEFA Champions League trophy in the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt (FC Bayern Adventure World) during the UEFA Champions League Finalist Media Day at Allianz Arena on May 14, 2013 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Lennart Preiss/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Champions League & Europa League

Stop date: March 13

Round: Round of 16

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Euro 2020

Dates: June 11 – July 11 ,2021

Further info: On March 17, 2020, UEFA confirmed that Euro 2020 will been postponed by twelve months to June 2021.

One aim was to allow European leagues the opportunity to complete their seasons, if possible.


Premier League (England)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 29 of 38

Predicted restart: April 3

 


Bundesliga (Germany)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 26 of 34

Predicted restart: April 2

 


Serie A (Italy)

Stop date: March 9

Round: 26 of 38

Predicted restart: April 3

 


La Liga (Spain)

Stop date: March 12

Round: 27 of 38

Predicted restart: June 2

 


The new sponsor logo “Ligue 1 – Conforama” is installed next to the new official ball, prior to the French Ligue 1 football match between Toulouse and Montpellier at the Municipal Stadium in Toulouse, southern France, on August 12, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PASCAL PAVANI (Photo credit should read PASCAL PAVANI/AFP via Getty Images)

Ligue 1 (France)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 25 of 34

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice


SPFL (Scotland)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 30 of 38

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Eredivisie (Holland)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 25 of 34

Predicted restart: March 31

 


Primeira Division (Portugal)

Stop date: March 12

Round: 24 of 34

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Jupiler League (Belgium)

Stop date: March 12

Round: 29 of 34

Predicted restart: April 3

 


Ekstraklasa (Poland)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 29 of 34

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Ligat Ha’Al (Israel)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 26 of 36

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Premiership (Northern Ireland)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 31 of 38

Predicted restart: April 3

 


Czech Liga (Czech Republic)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 24 of 30

Predicted restart: June 30

 


Greece’s fans wave the Greek national flag during the World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Belgium vs Greece on March 25, 2017 at the King Baudouin stadium in Brussels. / AFP PHOTO / Belga / YORICK JANSENS / Belgium OUT (Photo credit should read YORICK JANSENS/AFP via Getty Images)

Super League (Greece)

Stop date: March 13

Round: Playoffs

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Bundesliga (Austria)

Stop date: March 13

Round: Playoffs

Predicted restart: April 1

 


Super Liga (Slovakia)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 22 of 32

Predicted restart: April 4

 


Super League (Switzerland)

Stop date: March 2

Round: 23 of 36

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Liga 1 (Romania)

Stop date: March 12

Round: Playoffs

Predicted restart: March 31

 


A Lyga (Lithuania)

Stop date: March 13

Round: 1

Predicted restart: March 17

 


Premier League (Ukraine)

Stop date: N/A, play behind closed doors

 


Turkey Super Lig live streaming

NICE, FRANCE – JUNE 16: A Turkish flag on display during a training session ahead of the UEFA Euro 2016 Group D match between Spain and Turkey at Allianz Riviera Stadium on June 16, 2016 in Nice, France. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Super Lig (Turkey)

Stop date: N/A, play behind closed doors

 


Allsvenskan (Sweden)

Stop date: March 13

Round: Yet to start

Predicted restart: April 4

 


Superliga (Denmark)

Stop date: March 12

Round: 24 of 33

Predicted restart: April 4

 


Premyer Liqa (Azerbaijan)

Stop date: N/A, play behind closed doors

 


Veikkausliiga (Finland)

Stop date: N/A season yet to start

Predicted restart: April 11

 


Premier League (Kazakhstan)

Stop date: N/A, play behind closed doors

 


Premier League (Russia)

Stop date: N/A, maximum of 5000 fans per game

 


Eliteserien (Norway)

Stop date: N/A season yet to start

Predicted restart: May 2

 


Virsliga (Latvia)

Stop date: N/A season yet to start

Predicted restart: Suspended until further notice

 


Super Liga (Serbia)

Stop date: N/A, play behind closed doors


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