Europe is presenting several facets of reaction to the coronavirus pandemic. In many countries football experiences opposite moments, with those who have already decided to end the regular season (France, Holland, Belgium), who is increasingly in doubt about the restart (Spain and Italy) and who now seems to be ready to restart (England and Germany). And then there are those who have found absolute confirmation on the possibility of returning to the field, as in Switzerland where the government has arrived.
So the Swiss league has a certified date to make an appointment again on the field: June 8, 2020. The Swiss government has given the last go-ahead and so football can go back to being practiced with the end of the regular season in good time to end it and prepare for the next one. Obviously everything will take place indefinitely behind closed doors but it is a marginal aspect before the news that everything will resume.
The go-ahead from the Federal Council
The Swiss Federal Council has officially eased the health alert around the population following the coronavirus pandemic. Sport is no exception and therefore, with due caution and attention, it can return to being practiced in all its forms. Starting next May 8 when all activities will reopen. An important signal, while among the major leagues there is a contradictory choice between France which has already closed everything and Germany which on Thursday should obtain a pass to return to play.
At the start of the 24th day
The Superleague had stopped abruptly on the 23rd day, but now after a few weeks everything can start again. The contagion in Switzerland has gradually regressed leaving more than 1700 victims on the field. With data falling in recent days, the government has decided to reopen its activities, including football. It will start again with the duo in the head formed by St. Gallen and Young Boys playing the title.