Breaking: Champions League and Europa League suspended until further notice

Liverpool won the Champions League last season but have already been eliminated this year (PA Images)
Liverpool won the Champions League last season but have already been eliminated this year (PA Images)
15:32pm, Wed 01 Apr 2020
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UEFA has announced the 2019/20 Champions League and Europa League competitions have been suspended until further notice.

Both men's tournaments' finals and the Women's Champions League final had already been postponed by a month from May to June, but now they have been extended indefinitely.

Euro 2020 qualifiers - now Euro 2021 following the tournament's postponement - have also been put back along with all other internationals such as Women's Euro 2021 qualification fixtures.

The decision was made when all 55 members of UEFA discussed the possible outcomes, but this does not affect domestic competitions.

The Premier League remains suspended until April 30, with a decision on what to do after that likely to be made on Friday.

More to follow.

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