Coronavirus Pandemic: UEFA formally postpones Champions League, Europa League final

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London: This season’s Champions League, Europa League, and women’s Champions League finals have been formally postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, European soccer’s governing body UEFA said on Tuesday.

All three competitions are currently suspended along with almost every European domestic league because of the coronavirus while UEFA last week postponed the Euro 2020 tournament until next year.

The Champions League was halted halfway through the return legs of the round of 16 with four ties still to be decided. The final was due to take place in Istanbul on May 30.

In the Europa League, two of the round of 16 first leg matches have still to be played and all of the second legs. The final was due to be held in Gdansk, Poland, on May 27.

The women’s Champions League final was scheduled for Vienna on May 24.

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