UEFAUEFA has once again made it clear that due to the situation due to Covid-19, there are no exact dates for the Champions League and Europa League matches, when they will start or end.
UEFA has denied that Alexander Ceferin has set a date for the Champions League final on August 3 Ceferin gave an interview to ZDF on Saturday, claiming that the competitions should be closed in early August. But UEFA has denied this through a reaction on the official website.
UEFA has once again made it clear that due to the situation due to Covid-19, there are no exact dates for the Champions League and Europa League matches, when they will start or end. “It has been reported that UEFA President Alexander Ceferin has told ZDF in Germany that the UEFA Champions League should end on August 3. This is not true.
The president was clear by not talking about the dates for the end of the season “, it is said in the reaction of UEFA. “UEFA is currently analyzing all options to complete the seasons in the various leagues and European leagues with the European Club Association and the European Leagues in the working group set up on March 17.”
“The main priority of all members of the working group is to maintain public health.” “After that, it’s time to find a calendar solution to finish all the races. “Options are currently being studied to play matches in July and August if necessary, depending on the dates of resumption and permission from the national authorities.”