Ligue 1, Top 14, F1 Grand Prix …: all postponements and cancellations related to coronavirus

SOCCER

➤ France: Ligue 1, Ligue 2 and Women’s League, suspended “until further notice”.

➤ French teams – Women’s Euro-2021 qualifications: France-North Macedonia (April 10) and Austria-France (April 14), postponed.

Friendly matches: France – Ukraine and France – Finland, postponed to June.

➤ England: Premier League and lower divisions, suspended until April 30.

➤ Italy: all championships suspended at least until April 3.

➤ Germany: Bundesliga and 2e division, suspended at least until April 2.

➤ Spain: Liga and lower divisions, “at least until March 29”.

➤ Portugal: Liga Nos, suspended “for an indefinite period”.

➤ Europe: Men’s Euro-2020, pushed back to 2021.

Champions League and Europa League suspended.

➤ South America: Copa Libertadores, suspended until May 5.

Copa America-2020, postponed to 2021.

ATHLETICS

➤ Indoor worlds (from March 13 to 15 in China), postponed to 2021.

MARATHONS

➤ Paris: postponed from April 5 to October 18

➤ London: postponed from April 26 to October 4

➤ Rome: scheduled for March 22, canceled

➤ Boston: postponed from April 20 to September 14.

BASKETBALL

➤ France: Pro A and Pro B suspended until March 31 “at least”

➤ Europe: All European cups are suspended.

➤ NBA: suspended “at least” until April 11.

BOXING

➤ Olympic qualification tournaments, interrupted.

CYCLING

– Elite cycling suspends its activity “at least until the end of April”.

➤ Postponed without new date: Paris-Roubaix (April 12) Milan-San Remo (March 21), Tour des Flandres (April 5) and Liège-Bastogne-Liège (April 26), Gand-Wevelgem (March 29), Amstel Gold Race (April 19), Tour of Catalonia (March 23-29), Tour of Italy (May 9-31).

➤ Are canceled: Tour of the Basque Country (April 6-11), Tour de Romandie (April 28-May 3).

GOLF

World circuit suspended until May 17.

➤ Masters of Augusta (April 9-12) and PGA Championship (May 14-17), postponed.

HANDBALL

➤ Starligue, Proligue and European cups, suspended.

➤ Olympic qualification tournaments (March 20-22 for women and April 17-19 for men), postponed to June.

ICE HOCKEY

➤ Magnus League, stopped after the 8e play-off finals, no champion.

➤ The North American League (NHL) suspended.

➤ The Second Division World Cup (April 27-May 3) in Slovenia, canceled.

SWIMMING

➤ French Championships (April 14-19), postponed

➤ European Championships (May 11-24) postponed.

FIGURE SKATING

➤ World Championships (March 16-22), canceled.

RUGBY

➤ France: Top 14 and Pro D2, suspended until further notice

➤ Europe: Six Nations tournament, Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, suspended.

➤ World: U20 World Cup (June 28-July 18), canceled.

➤ World circuit (7): Paris, postponed.

MOTOR SPORTS

➤ Formula 1: GP of Australia and Monaco, canceled; GP of Bahrain, China, Vietnam, Netherlands, Spain, postponed.

➤ Rally (WRC): Argentina (April 23-26), postponed

➤ Endurance: 24 Hours of Le Mans, postponed from June 13 and 14 to September 19 and 20.

➤ Motorbike: The Grand Prix of Qatar, Thailand, the Americas and Argentina), postponed until the end of the year. Start of the MotoGP season, postponed to May 3.

– 24H of Le Mans: postponed from April 18 and 19 to August 29 and 30.

TENNIS

The men’s (ATP) and women’s (WTA) tennis circuits are suspended until June 7, the rankings are frozen.

➤ Grand Slam: Roland-Garros (May 24-June 7), postponed from September 20 to October 4.

Other tournaments: Indian Wells, Miami, Monte-Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Lyon, Strasbourg.

➤ Fed Cup: final phase (April 14-19), postponed.

VOLLEYBALL

➤ League A, League B and all other national and European competitions, suspended.

AMATEUR SPORT ALSO STOPPED

If professional sport is affected, all the federations which manage amateur competitions have also announced the more or less prolonged suspension of championships or events.

Football, handball, basketball, cycling, volleyball, boules, winter sports, tennis, rugby, athletics and rallying are particularly concerned.

The organizers of the spring trails also had to resolve to postpone or cancel their events.