Uefa postpones European club finals due to Coronavirus Pandemic
After delaying the finals of all major competitions this season, UEFA can authorize a number of Champions League and Europa League ties in a one-leg playoff.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, European football was suspended and the match could not have reached its intended conclusion by the end of May.
It still hopes to play in the final on June 27 and June 24 respectively, possibly at the end of the mini-races in Istanbul and Gdansk.
The women’s Champions League final-scheduled for May 24- was also postponed.
While there is no guarantee that these matches are in progress, efforts are now being made to develop a formula that will allow the match to draw conclusions.
An obvious difficulty is the fact that the men’s games are played at different stages and the country may be allowed to restart professional football at different times.
In the Champions League, four of the last 16 relations have ended, while the other four games of the second leg are still in progress. In the Europa League, six first leg ties have been played, but the two are still excellent.
While it’s hard to see UEFA ruling out a second-round relationship that has already started, they may be willing to let those who don’t-including Spain playing both sides in Italy-be determined by a game and the venue is determined by a coin toss.
The quarter-finals and semifinals can also be played in one match.
Having agreed that European club matches can be played on the weekend, and the Champions League is no longer the last club match of the season, which raises the possibility of qualifying for the 2020-21 championship that begins before the end of the major league.
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