UEFA has formally postponed the Champions League and Europa League finals because of the coronavirus pandemic.
This season’s Champions League final, Europa League final and women’s Champions League final, all due to be played in May, have been formally postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, European soccer’s governing body UEFA said on Tuesday.
UEFA says no decision has been made finding a new date for the finals, amid a shutdown of European football due to the coronavirus pandemic that has no end in sight.
Only four teams advanced to the Champions League quarter-finals before the remaining round-of-16 games scheduled on March 17-18 were postponed.
“No decision has been taken on rearranged dates,” said UEFA in a statement.
All three competitions are currently suspended along with almost every European domestic league because of the coronavirus.
UEFA last week postponed the Euro 2020 tournament until next year.