UEFA have officially confirmed that the Champions League has been put on hold indefinitely after coronavirus crisis meetings on Tuesday, MySportDab reports.
MySportDab understands that the date of the Champions League final has been put back to June 27 as UEFA try to ensure their key club competition reaches a final conclusion this summer.
The final was previously scheduled for May 30 in Turkish City of Istanbul but the coronavirus outbreak has forced UEFA to suspend all main competitions.
The Coronavirus crisis has totally affected the global sporting calendar, including European, domestic and international action.
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin had a series of talks on Tuesday to help decide a course for the future of football.
In a statement released by UEFA after the meeting, it was announced ‘all competitions and games for clubs and national teams for both women and men have been suspended until further notice’.
The statement continued: ‘A key group has been set up with the interaction of leagues and club representatives to examine the calendar solutions that would allow for the completion of the season and any other decisions were made today.’
However, According to Spanish newspaper Marca, the Champions League final has been put back by four weeks to June 27.
This comes after Euro 2020 was the first European tournament to be postponed until 2021 with news on Tuesday that the tournament will be held one year from now.
An European tournament which includes 12 host cities was ambitious at the start and in the current climate had appeared impossible to achieve.
Termination of both international tournaments means there should now be more space for other club tournaments to take place and end.
Almost every domestic football league in European has been suspended and UEFA are desperate for their competitions to be concluded by the end of June.