An important question in the vast world of football at the moment is concerning the EURO 2020. We all know that it is unlikely for EURO 2020 to be held this season following the current global situation. The scheduled time for the EURO is as usual from June to July. Unfortunately, that is not possible to happen at all under the current circumstances of the world. After uncertainty for quite some time regarding the competition, UEFA finally decided to postpone the European national team competition for a year. The new proposed schedule for EURO 2020 is from June 11th to July 11th, 2021.
The main reason for that official decision made by UEFA is to provide a chance for domestic competitions in Europe to finish. We all know that the global pandemic has led to the postponement of many domestic football competitions all around the globe including Europe. All of the biggest European football leagues have been postponed into a somewhat uncertain possible continuation. It has only been recently that a shed of lights shines to the possible closure of European football leagues. Therefore, UEFA decided to prioritize the completion of the ongoing European domestic competitions to be finished at the moment.
The Bundesliga of Germany is one of the few competitions that have been restarted. The last fixture of Bundesliga was played on March 11th between Monchengladbach and Cologne. Following the break due to the pandemic, the league was postponed for about 2 months with the first fixture after the restart was held on May 16th involving 6 fixtures. That was the highly positive outcome that soon affects other European domestic leagues to initiate restart in their respective competition. Italian Serie A was last played on March 9th with the proposed restart on June 22nd involving 3 fixtures to play. The Premier League was last played on March 10th while the schedule for the restart is set on June 18th. judibolaterbaik
So far there has been good news all around the European football leagues. That is clearly amidst the reasons for UEFA to finally postpone EURO 2020 for a year. The final decision on that matter was taken by the Executive Committee of UEFA after videoconference meetings involving the general secretaries of 55 national associations as well as the UEFA president. It is good that the domestic leagues are all restarting that delivers a positive message in dealing with the situation at the moment. The 2020 competition of EURO will be a blast over 12 cities in Europe as scheduled previously. The new schedule for the competition will follow the initial plan to hold the competition all across Europe instead of only a couple of countries.
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Anyone who has purchased their tickets to watch the competition will need to stay calm. There will be a full refund for those who cannot attend the competition next year. Everything about the refund of the tickets will be communicated via email as well as on the official website of EURO 2020. Meanwhile, more decisions and possible schedules for other European competitions held by UEFA will be announced immediately.