The men's Euro play-offs and the women's Euro qualifying matches, as well as “centralized international friendlies” also scheduled for June, are therefore all delayed.
All national team matches football scheduled for June are postponed “until further notice” due to the coronavirus pandemic, UEFA announced on Wednesday 1 April. Men's Euro Play-off and Women's Euro Qualifier, as well as “centralized international friendlies” also scheduled for June, are therefore all off-target.
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This decision, foreseeable in the context of football paralysis, was taken by the UEFA executive committee after a videoconference with the general secretaries of the 55 member federations of the European football confederation. UEFA has also decided to cancel the final phase of the European Under-17 Championship, scheduled for May, as well as that of the Women's Euro 19 Championship, scheduled for July.
The governing body of European football, however, did not communicate on the progress of work concerning the reprogramming of its club competitions, including the lucrative Champions League. On 17 March, UEFA decided to postpone the Euro football tournament to the summer of 2021 and to suspend all of its club competitions “until further notice” in the face of the spread of the coronavirus. The Champions League and the Europa League for men were interrupted at the round of 16 stage, the C1 for women at the quarter-final stage.