After the COVID-19 pandemic eased, European football leagues were scheduled to return. Here is a scheduled time to return for the aforementioned tournaments.
The Great Battle of Tottenham against Manchester United will be the most awaiting match after the return of the English Premier League.
Expected June 19. Originally, the Premier League was scheduled to return June 12.
However, in a meeting of players, the Football Association of England (FA), the Association of British Professional Players (PFA) and medical experts admitted, the Premier League re-start on June 12 is impossible.
The reason is that the players can only return to training from 18-5, and it takes a long time to regain form. Therefore, the organizers decided to postpone the day one more week, from June 12 to June 19. The Premier League re-starts with a epic match between Tottenham and Manchester United.
After 29 rounds, Liverpool are leading the rankings with 82 points, 25 points more than the second team Man City.
Italian League (Serie A)
Expected June 13. This decision was made after a meeting between the organizers and representatives of 20 clubs on May 13. However, in order for the tournament to take place, Serie A organizers still need to get government approval.
Serie A this season has 12 more rounds to finish. Currently, Juventus is leading the rankings with 63 points (26 matches), one point higher than the second team Lazio.
German Championship (Bundesliga)
Expected on 16-5. The Bundesliga is the earliest European national championship back. Before being postponed, the Bundesliga took 25 rounds. Bayern Munich is leading the rankings with 55 points, right behind is Dortmund with 4 points worse.
League of Spain (La Liga)
Expected on 12-6. After coming back, the matches in La Liga will have no audience. The tournament has only 11 rounds and is expected to kick for more than 1 month to officially close. Barcelona is currentlyleading La Liga with 58 points, 2 more than Real Madrid.
Portuguese Championship (Primeira Liga)
Expected on 4-6. Upon his return, Primeira Liga will play in an audience-free stadium and the players will be tested strictly for 48 hours before the game.
Primeira Liga has 10 more rounds to end. Currently, Porto is leading the rankings with 60 points (24 matches), one more than the second ranked team Benfica.