Updated Friday 10 July 2020
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Albania - RESUMED
Competition restarted on 3 June. Possibility to allow spectators in the stadium is definitely off the table by the Government, at least till the end of this season.
Andorra - RESUMED
League restarted on 5 July-
Armenia - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 23 May until 10 July. Currently, only 150 people allowed in the stadium (including players, staff). Given the aggravating COVID-19 situation in Armenia, the measures would rather become stricter than more flexible.
Austria - RESUMED
19/20 season restarted on 2 June. Medical protocol approved by Government. Players tested positive go into quarantine; team mates may continue to train/play as long as tested negative.
Return of fans to stadium only as from September (20/21 season).
Azerbaijan - CANCELLED
On 18 June, the decision was taken to terminate the 19/20 season.
Belarus - CONTINUED
Some games were suspended recently as players from two clubs showed symptoms of COVID-19. The rest of the games to take place as planned. No Government restrictions in terms of spectators, but the FA made a strong recommendation to the clubs only to make available to fans a part of their stadium capacity.
Belgium - CANCELLED
League decision to terminate 19/20 season on 6 May. Cup Final scheduled for 1 August; Promotion Play-Off return leg foreseen on 2 August. Limited stadium capacity as from start of new season (7 August) (% of maxim capacity). Details TBD.
Bosnia & Herzegovina - CANCELLED
The Federation decided to terminate the competition prematurely. FK Sarajevo was declared Champion.
Bulgaria - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 5 June (reduced play-Off format). 30% of capacity as from 5 June. Fans must be seated with 2 empty seats/rows in between.
Croatia - RESUMED
Domestic Cup resumed on 30 May; Competition resumes on 6 June. Discussions with Government ongoing; outcome expected in second half of June.
Cyprus - CANCELLED
Competition terminated early further to request from majority of clubs. No champion, no relegation.
Czech Republic - RESUMED
Resumed on 23 May. 500 fans allowed as from 8 June; might go up quickly, as negotiations with Government are held on daily basis.
Denmark - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 28 May and will last until 26 July. 500 people allowed in stadium (including players, staff). Additional spectators are allowed in - as a test - at a selection of games in the second half of June.
England - RESUMED
Competition resumes on 17 June. Plans to have fans back in stadium as from late autumn.
19/20 season resumed on 19 May. Medical protocol similar to Bundesliga. 1000 fans allowed as from 1 July.
Faroe Islands - RESUMED
Football competition resumed on 9 May. 100 spectators per section in the stadium allowed.
Finland - STARTED
Season started on 1st July and will be played through to November. 30% of capacity for each separate stand in the stadium (with some conditions).
France - CANCELLED
Final league positions for 19/20 season determined on basis of points/game. As from 11 July, fans are allowed in sports venues again (max. 5000 fans in first instance).
Georgia - STARTED
Competition started on 25 June.
Germany - RESUMED
Bundesliga resumed on 16 May. No spectators allowed.
Gibraltar – CANCELLED
FA has called off 19/20 season. Decision expected shortly on final league standings.
Greece - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 6 June. Request to Government to allow 20% of normal capacity in stadium.
Hungary - RESUMED
19/20 season resumed on 23 May with completion planned for 27 June. Limited number of fans allowed (three empty seats between each spectator and every other row remains empty).
Iceland - RESUMED
Season to span 13 June – end of October. No medical protocol being applied. 500 adults per sector (+ unlimited children under 17y); de facto this means no restriction.
Israel - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 30 May. No fans allowed; discussions with Government ongoing. Some incidents with fans of clubs gathering around stadium without social distancing.
Italy - RESUMED
Domestic Cup resumed on 12 June; Competition to resume on 20 June until 2 August. FA hopes to have fans in stadium again in July.
Kazakhstan - RESUMED
Aim to restart 19/20 season under new format, probably as from 1 July. Government to take decision.
Kosovo - RESUMED
Domestic league restarted on 7 June. No spectators allowed; FA in talks with Government to allow for limited number of spectators in stadium.
Latvia - RESUMED
Restart on 15 June is confirmed. Reduced format, running until 29 November (summer league). First games without attendance; after couple of weeks: 300 spectators.
Lithuania - RESUMED
League resumed on 30 May. Gradually increasing number of allowed spectators (700 spectators as from 15 June) with aim to going back to normal as soon as possible.
Luxembourg – CANCELLED
FA decided to cancel 19/20 season.
Malta - CANCELLED
FA decided to terminate 19/20 season early. Floriana crowned champions, no relegation.
Moldova - RESUMED
Domestic cup resumed on 20 June; league started on 3 July.
Montenegro - RESUMED BUT SUSPENDED
Competition resumed on 30 May but suspended due to second wave of contamination amongst players. Maximum 200 spectators allowed for the moment; discussions with government to increase this figure.
The Netherlands - CANCELLED
Decision to void 19/20 season – no winners or promotion/relegation. UCC participation based on league places according to last round of matches.
North Macedonia - CANCELLED
Restart on 21 June had to be postponed due to several positive cases amongst players. Ultimately, the league was terminated early.
Northern Ireland - CANCELLED
No restart of the 2019/20 season. Mathematical model will be applied to determine final ranking. National Cup (SF+F) will be played before 3 August. Limited number of fans allowed as from 1 Sept (1,5m distance). No chanting will be allowed.
Norway - RESUMED
New season began on 16 June. Season will be played in full (30 Match Dates).
Poland - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 29 May. 25% of normal stadium capacity as from 19 June. Fans to wear mask when entering stadium.
Portugal - RESUMED
19/20 season resumed on 3 June. No spectators allowed for now; discussions with Government are ongoing.
Republic of Ireland
Competition to restart on 31 July.
Romania - RESUMED
Competition restarted on 13 June and will last until the end of July. Discussions ongoing; aim to have minimum for each stadium sector; minimum distance of 2m.
Russia - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 21 June. Government allows 10% of stadium capacity to be used.
San Marino - CANCELLED
Season could not be restarted due to the restricted state legislation related to the COVID crisis.
Scotland - CANCELLED
On 18 May, top tier clubs agreed to terminate season prematurely; average points per game used to determine final placings.
Serbia - RESUMED
Domestic league resumed on 30 May with changed format - no play-offs. Government exempted football from the restriction on mass gatherings to maximum 1000 people. So, there is no maximal amount of fans.
Slovakia - RESUMED
League resumed on 13 June (5 instead of 10 games). From 1 July, fans are allowed but one empty seat between each fan. In practice, up to 50% stadium capacity can be used.
Slovenia - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 5 June. No spectators allowed for rest of season.
Spain - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 11 June. Request to Government to allow 30% of normal capacity in stadium.
Sweden - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 14 June and played through to beginning of December. No spectators allowed and no decision on when it would become possible again.
Switzerland - RESUMED
Domestic cup resumed on 14 June, competition on 18 June. Currently, 300 people allowed at stadium (including players, staff, etc, but also some fans); plan is to increase this figure to a couple of thousands in the next couple of weeks.
Turkey - RESUMED
19/20 season resumed on 12 June for completion by 26 July. No spectators allowed for now; situation reevaluated in July.
Ukraine - RESUMED
Competition resumed on 30 May, to be completed by 24 July. No spectators allowed but discussions ongoing.
Wales - CANCELLED
The FA has confirmed the end of domestic leagues this season. Connah's Quay Nomads crowned Champions. Promotion/relegation still to be determined.