UEFA to meet on April 23 to discuss plans for resumption of football activities in all leagues

European football’s governing body has announced that UEFA will hold an Executive Committee meeting via videoconference on Thursday, April 23, as it plans to conclude the remaining matches for the season.

In the same vein, the heads of each of UEFA’s 55 member associations will meet next Tuesday to look at developments across both domestic and continental competitions.

UEFA is also set to meet with the powerful European Club Association (ECA) and the European Leagues grouping on Wednesday.

The meeting will put to an end on all suggestions calling on UEFA to cancel the league season which was halted because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read also: UEFA postpones matches till further notice

The resumption of football activities will give EPL league leaders, Liverpool FC, the opportunity to be crowned champions after 30 years of wait.

The German Football League (DFL) has also scheduled to meet on April 23 to discuss the next steps and is determined to finish the season, with matches to be played behind closed doors, by June 30 to ensure its clubs do not lose out on crucial TV rights revenue.

The meetings may also, confirm the postponement of the women’s European Championship to 2022 — following the earlier decision to postpone the men’s Euro to 2021.

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