The Significance of the New Restrictions on Sports Amid the Coronavirus

  1. South Korea Football League: Resumed playing without fans in attendance on May 8.
  2. Bundesliga Football League: Resumed playing without fans in attendance on May 16.
  3. English Premier League, Serie A, Spanish La Liga, Super Lig: Resumed playing in June.
  4. Major League Soccer (MLS): Tournament running from July 8-August 11.
  5. Confederation of African Football (CAF): All matches postponed until further notice.
  6. Russian Premier League: Resumed play on June 19.
  7. Belgian Cup Final: Rescheduled for August 1.
  8. African Nations Championship: Postponed indefinitely.
  9. Copa America: Postponed until 2021.
  10. Euro 2020 (Men & Women’s): Postponed until 2021.
  11. Asian World Cup: Postponed indefinitely.
  12. Asian Champions League: Resumes in September.
  13. Dutch Football League: Postponed indefinitely.
  14. London Marathon: Postponed until October 4.
  15. Boston, Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona Marathons: Cancelled.
  16. World Athletics Championship: Rescheduled for July 2022.
  17. World Para Athletics European Championship: Postponed to 2021.
  18. Formula One: Resumes its season, without fans, in July. Many individual events have been canceled.
  19. Indianapolis 500: Rescheduled for August 23.
  20. 2020 Wimbledon Championship: Cancelled.
  21. French Open: Rescheduled for September 20.
  22. Boxing: Multiple flights have been canceled.
  23. National Basketball Association (NBA): Resumes play on July 30.
  24. Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA): Draft held virtually. Season postponed indefinitely.

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