German Outfit announces the date to resume league matches as the premier league and Laliga still on suspension.

German Outfit announces the date to resume league matches as the premier league and Laliga still on suspension.


German Government is said to be ready to kick-start the Bundesliga Clubs league from May 15 under strict conditions behind a closed door.

After the closed-door meeting with Germany'state, the Bundesliga officials have agreed on measures to further soften restriction on soccer league due to coronavirus,

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In a telec0nference with Angela Merkel, the league chancellor with two other familiar people told Reuters.

The state league is likely to start from May 15, as the government gives green light for large shops to reopen in the state from May 11.

German Outfit announces the date to resume league matches as the premier league and Laliga still on suspension.


The German will the league to continue under the condition that no fans will be in the stadiums, according to the source.

With the conditions and the time, The Premiers will allow outdoor games and events for non-professionals and children, the source added.

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Also, the Hungarian professional games were suspended since the mid of march due to the outbreak of coronavirus but however, according to the league federation,

two cup ties and a league game will re-start on May 23.

German Outfit announces the date to resume league matches as the premier league and Laliga still on suspension.


Also, the lower divisions would finish immediately the game starts as would all futsal, amateur, and junior club league seasons.

From the report, Hungary will be the first European countries to confirm the start date for football season resumption alongside Poland which will re-start their league on May 29 and Portugal on May 30.

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On the COVID-19 report, the country has so far reported 3, 051 confirmed cases, with 351 deaths currently, this low number of cases was due to an early measure taken to prevent the lockdown.

According to MLSZ, all matches will be played under strict conditions to protect the health status of all involved and would be played under closed doors.

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