Europe’s top football leagues are ready to return

When the Covid-19 pandemic situation is somewhat “cooled off” in Europe, it is also the time when the top football competitions “the old continent” are planning to return to complete the 2019/20 season.

Tonight (16.5), the ball in the German league (Bundesliga) will officially roll back with 6 matches in the round 26. After 25 rounds have passed, Bayern Munich is leading the rankings with 55 points, more than 2 points against Dortmund.

Players in the Bundesliga practice waiting for “re-export”

As such, the Bundesliga is the European tournament back to the earliest post-Covid-19 era. Previously, this tournament also had a lot of difficulties in determining the return time, but thanks to the Government ‘green light’ and the efforts of the Organizing Committee, the new tournament came back soon in order to complete the 2019 season. 20.

It can be said that the Italian league (Serie A) is the most difficult tournament to roll the ball back but recently, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) announced that certainly Serie A season 2019/20 will Reboot next month. After 27 rounds, Juventus is leading the rankings with 63 points, 1 point higher than the second team Lazio.

Similarly, the British government has decided that professional sports events in the country will continue to be banned until at least 1.6. This means the English Premier League can return in the next month.

Initially, the most attractive tournament on the planet put the plan back on June 12, but after a meeting between the Organizing Committee and 20 clubs recently agreed to officially return to take place after one week, which means June 19.

After 29 rounds in the Premier League, Liverpool is leading the rankings with 82 points, 25 points ahead of the second team Man City.

La Liga coming back next month

Along with that, the organizers of the Spanish league football (La Liga) recently confirmed it will bring the rest of the 2019/20 season back on 12.6 and 20 clubs will have 35 days to play 11 rounds.

After 29 rounds, Barcelona is leading with 58 points, 2 points ahead of Real Madrid. Besides, the Portuguese league and Turkish championship are also scheduled to return next month.

Details of the time when the European football leagues return

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.

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.

EURO 2020 is postponed due to COVID-19 (Part 1)

What are the consequences of EURO 2020 being postponed?

Before the complicated changes of the COVID-19 epidemic, the UEFA also had to complete all continental tournaments like the Europa League, the Champions League and a series of other tournaments for young people.

Not only that; according to experts, it is fun88 casino house deal; most likely the most awaited football festival of the year is EURO 2020; also facing the risk of not being able to happen as expected.

If EURO does not take place in June 2020 as expected, UEFA will have to suffer a lot of losses due to the constraints of sponsorship contracts, images, etc. UEFA intends to ask the teams. ; as well as member unions compensate £ 275 million for their losses.

This is probably not very happy news for members of UEFA. The influence of COVID-19 on the tournament is still in the future. While; The current epidemic has devastating consequences for all club-level leagues across Europe.

European football situation in COVID-19 epidemic

On the side of football clubs, most of them want to finish the tournament they are attending after this delay. High possibility; If the tournaments are postponed then the performance of the players will be somewhat reduced.

The decisions to cancel or stop playing are fully supported by the public as well as the athletes. However; Those are also very difficult decisions for managers. And besides health, there are economic concerns.

Situation on the Serie A tournament

Serie A has had two cases of infection, Juventus midfielder Daniele Rugani and Sampdoria striker Manolo Gabbiadini. And then the Bundesliga 2 tournament received two infections; defenders Timo Hubers and Jannes Horn, both from Hannover 96. As for the Premier League; they also noted the case of Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta; and Chelsea midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi with signs of COVID-19.

And among those who come into contact with Arteta can be more than 100; and are in isolation, including many football players and celebrities. Before; then Leicester City club they have also confirmed that many players are quarantined themselves because of signs of infection.