UEFA has announced the postponement of the Euro 2020 which will now be played in 2021 over the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision is to enable European leagues which are currently cancelled to complete their season.
The tournament which will be played across 12 European cities will now hold between June 11 and July 11.
“Uefa has decided that the Euros should be postponed until 2021. It will be played from 11 June to 11 July next year.”
Meanwhile, the English Premier League has postponed the launch of the Hall of Fame.
A statement issued reads: “As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we have taken the decision to postpone the launch of the Premier League Hall of Fame until further notice.
“This includes the announcement of the first two inductees at an event in London this Thursday (19 March), which would have included the unveiling of a shortlist of nominees for the public to vote on through the digital Hall of Fame.
“We know that fans around the world were looking forward to joining us in celebrating the exceptional players who have starred in the Premier League since its inception in 1992 and we will provide updates on the revised launch of the Hall of Fame in due course”.