What sports are planning to resume post COVID19 Pandemic?

The sporting world had come to a halt after most events worldwide were sidelined by the corona virus pandemic. Slowly, the situation seems to be improving and few countries are permitting organizers to resume the games with certain safety precautions imposed and restrictions on player-fan interactions.

South Korea’s soccer K-League was the first competition to resume football match on last Friday, May 8th 2020. The Jeonju World Cup Stadium with 42K+ capacity stood empty without fans but saw an unprecedented international TV audience.

On this page, let’s post the sporting events that are planning to restart as efforts are being made to return to normalcy.


Bundesliga will be the first of Europe’s major leagues to restart on 16 May with the Revierderby, the derby between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04 at the Westfalonstadion.

Players will be tested once a week, the day before games, or twice a week in the case of midweek games. If a player tests positive for coronavirus, they will be quarantined for 14 days.

A maximum of 300 people will be allowed into each stadium, a maximum of 100 into the ‘interior’, 100 into the concourse and a further 100 around the perimeter.


The Premier League will be given government permission to return on June 12, according to the Telegraph.


KBO League, South Korea’s professional baseball season started on May 5th with no fans but the game was broadcasted in US and other countries.


The British government has allowed tennis courts and golf courses in England to reopen from Wednesday, although people can only play with members of their own household.

Gyms and swimming pools remain closed, although swimming in the sea or lakes will be allowed.



WWE in America is already ON!


Budesliga Schedule!


IPL instead of T20 World Cup!

T20 World Cup which was scheduled to start in October (Oct 18 to Nov 15 in Australia) is set to be postponed with the IPL moving into its place!

IPL 2020 was originally scheduled to begin from March 29 but it was first deferred to April 15 before being postponed indefinitely. Chance at replacing T20 WC time slot with IPL2020 seems to be a lucrative opportunity for the cricket board to avoid a loss of Rs. 4000 crores.


NASCAR also resumed on Sunday!

After two long months without live, real-life NASCAR racing, The action finally returned on Sunday with the Real Heroes 400, A 400 mile drive unlike any other in modern day NASCAR, at Darlington Raceway. Kevin Harvick scored 50th career Cup win!


Slovenia’s Football League (PrvaLiga) to restart on June 5 after 2-Month suspension due to Covid-19 pandemic.

25 rounds out of 36 in the season had been played before.

Currently Ljubljana’s Olimpija is at the top of the league table with 50 points, ahead of Celje and Aluminij who have 45 points apiece.



Tour de France 2020: 29th August to 20th September.

The world’s most prestigious and most difficult bicycle race is set to start from Nice on August 29 instead of its original June start date.

As the ban on the sport is lifted, Tour de France to be preceded by several warm-up races.

  • The first race in France will be the Route d’Occitanie between August 1-4

  • Followed by a one day mountain challenge at Mont Ventoux

  • Then the Tour de l’Ain from August 7-9.

  • Also packed into the programme is the shortened Criterium de Dauphine between 12-16 August and then the four-day Tour du Limousin from August 18.


French Open 2020 to be Rescheduled Again to Give Players Time to Recover After US Open.

This year’s French Open at Roland-Garros is now aiming to start on Sep 27 instead of earlier Sep 20 start date.


BWF unveiled a revised calendar for remainder of 2020

  • Hyderabad Open (August 11 to 16)

  • Syed Modi International (November 17 to 22)

  • Olympic-qualifying India Open To Be Held from December 8 to 13

  • Taipei Open 2020 (Super 300) - September 1-6

  • Korean Open - September 8-13

  • BWF Thomas & Uber Cup Finals 2020 in Aarhus, Denmark will take place from October 3-11

  • BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou, China - Will conclude on December 20, 2020

For Other rescheduled events check here :
New Zealand Open Super 300, Indonesia Open Super 1000, Malaysia Open Super 750, Thailand Open Super 500

The BWF has suspended German Open 2020, Swiss Open 2020, 2020 European Championships and Australian Open 2020


La Liga given all-clear to resume season

Spain’s Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, has given the green light for football to return in the week beginning 8 June, allowing La Liga to restart the first division with the Seville derby on June 12.


US National Women’s Soccer League Plans First US Team Sport Return After Covid-19 Lockdown

The NWSL set to start from June 27, will host a 25-game tournament without spectators with a champion to be decided in a July 26 final.

The nine-team circuit will stage the NWSL Challenge Cup at Utah’s Zions Bank Stadium.



Danish football resumed in empty stadiums on Thursday May 28.

Denmark became the 2nd country in Western Europe to restart their league season after Germany.

Fans used a ‘Zoom wall’ to watch Danish Superliga games. While the stadium itself was without fans, the faces of thousands of supporters who joined the Zoom call were shown on giant screens along one side of the field.

’Zoom wall’ the world’s first "virtual grandstand"

We may see more of ‘Zoom Wall’ in other European football.:sunglasses:


Good News! Premier League to restart on June 17!

As per insiderreports reported in British press, Premier League to restart on June 17!


World Junior Championships will now be held from January 18 to 24, 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand.

The prestigious event will be preceded by the World Junior Mixed Team Championships with the BWF scheduling it from January 11 to 16.


Italy’s Serie A to Resume On June 20: Confirms Italy’s Sports Minister

Coppa Italia semi-finals and final will be held between June 13-17 with AC Milan, Juventus, Inter and Napoli in contention.



The Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) season will resume on June 20 SAVE_20200604_182112