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Re: EDP Soccer: League and Tournament Update Anonymous 04/04/20 01:26 PM
Wave your majic wand Harry Potter and soccer games will start tomorrow.
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Re: Hanky Panky at FC Fury GDA Anonymous 04/04/20 12:50 PM
Didn’t understand why some officials were in uniform and some were the pfa coaches that’s not right
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Re: B2004:U16 Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Anonymous 04/04/20 12:40 AM
White man came across the sea
He brought us pain and misery
He killed our tribes killed our creed
He took our game for his own need
We fought him hard we fought him well
Out on the plains we gave him hell
But many came too much for Cree
Oh will we ever be set free?
Riding through dust clouds and barren wastes
Galloping hard on the plains
Chasing the redskins back to their holes
Fighting them at their own game
Murder for freedom the stab in the back
Women and children are cowards attack
Run to the hills, run for your lives
Run to the hills, run for your lives
Soldier blue in the barren wastes
Hunting and killing their game
Raping the women and wasting the men
The only good Indians are tame
Selling them whiskey and taking their gold
Enslaving the young and destroying the old
Run to the hills, run for your lives
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Re: G2008:U12 Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Anonymous 04/03/20 08:33 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Seriously Auburndale what are the names of these people you are referencing?? Why have you not responded to the above questions? When was the last time you had a nationally ranked team or a group of kids get recruited for College soccer. You are a start and stop off spot for boys and girls. Please stop throwing your hat in the ring its just a waste of time.


Reading the above comments it looks like the statement about “these people” was referenced by someone who isn’t at Auburndale? They were making fun of their training? Probably why the question hasn’t been answered as the only people talking about that club we’re making fun of them
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Re: So, When Do You Think the Games Will Start Up Again? Anonymous 04/03/20 05:07 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Anonymous]200k, at least, will be dead. You've seen the last of youth soccer until well into 2021.


You don't know that 200K will die. That's a worst case scenario, as stated by Dr Fauci who is an infectious disease specialist, and no way to accurately predict it. Don't be a fear monger and perpetuate more panic then there already is. Many will die but if everyone abides by the stay at home policy and doesn't continue to socialize and keep spreading the disease it will flatten out. And if soccer and other sports aren't played until 2021 to stop the spread of the disease, so be it.


200k is not a worse case scenario. 200k is the top end of the range if everything goes "perfectly".

Sports will not return until there is a vaccine. See you in 2021.

It’s April 01, nobody knows when organized sports will start up. For sure the Spring season is cancelled. There is a lot of time between now and the summer. Let’s see what happens first with Baseball, MLS, etc. the next 30 days will be very telling of the apex not only in the our area but around the country. No one knows.

True but pro sports is different than college which is different than youth. Pros are for profit. if they can figure out a way to hold their leagues and playoffs they will as the owners, players and their families and the networks have alot to lose financially. They may eventually return playing before empty stadiums/ arenas except for families of players and broadcast it over the air.
Youth sports can afford to be more cautious. High school club and rec leagues can and should shut down until the coast is completely clear and there is absolutely no risk
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How To Become An MLS Referee Dave Birnbaum 04/03/20 03:58 AM
How To Become An MLS Referee

Just in case you're interested ......

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MLS In Training Lockdown To April 24 Dave Birnbaum 04/03/20 03:53 AM
MLS In Training Lockdown To April 24

Major League Soccer has extended the team training moratorium through, and including, Friday, April 24. MLS training facilities remain closed to all players and staff with the exception of players requiring medical treatment or rehabilitation, under the direction of the team medical staff, that cannot be performed from the safety of their residence.

While MLS players are expected to remain in each club’s respective market, MLS will continue to review individual requests by players to relocate to another market by car, taking into account the totality of a player’s situation.

MLS will remain in close contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) on this continually evolving situation and provide further updates as they become available.
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Re: US Club Updated Notice Anonymous 04/02/20 02:20 PM

Nothing is happens this Spring. They have also canceled Capt's Practices[/quote]

One more time so the rest of us can understand???[/quote]

In HS Soccer the Capt's have practices during Late Spring then in the Summer which are canceled[/quote]

That must be on a school by school basis, not standard.
[/quote]

In the paper 2 wks ago In effect in Nassau and Suffolk Schools aren't going to allow it on the School Grounds
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SUSA 6 Week Summer Camp Series Larry Miller 04/02/20 02:16 PM
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Re: NYCSL suspends Spring 2020 season Larry Miller 04/01/20 05:09 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hi Larry

Any chance you can start a new thread asking which clubs are still charging a full tuition even though the season seems to be canceled and they are obviously not offering a service during these "stay home" order months?


No one needs a thread for this. What everyone needs to do is make sure they money for food, rent, gas, and real necessities. Soccer is not anywhere close to a necessity. All folks have to do is contact their club or academy in writing and tell them they do not have permission to charge thier card. If that is done, and their card is still charged, then that is the time to contact BOTN.
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Oldest U.S. youth championship canceled for 2020 Larry Miller 04/01/20 12:04 PM
by Mike Woitalla @MikeWoitalla

The McGuire Cup for U-19s boys that crowned its first champion in 1935 will not take place this year, nor will U.S. Youth Soccer's other 13 boys and girls national championships. On Tuesday, USYS Chair Pete Zopfi and CEO Skip Gilbert sent a memo to USYS's 55 state association presidents announcing the cancellation because of COVID-19 of the USYS 2020 National Championships, the 2020 Presidents Cup and their regional competitions.

The annual McGuire Cup, won by the Reliable Juniors of New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1935, was canceled in 1942, 1943 and 1944 because of war-effort travel restrictions during World War II, and has been played every year since. None of the other USYS championships, including the Boys U-16 launched in 1976 and the Girls U-19 launched in 1980, have ever missed a year.

US Youth Soccer, the nation's largest youth sports organization, on March 10 canceled its National League showcase scheduled for Las Vegas March 13-15 and March 20-22, affecting 208 National League boys and girls teams in the U-14 to U-19 age groups.

The four regional championships that determine USYS national championship qualifiers, canceled on March 31, were slated for June in Boise, Idaho (Far West); Westfield, Indiana (Midwest); Greenville, South Carolina (Southern) and Charleston and Barboursville, West Virginia (East). This year's National Championships were scheduled for July 20-26 in Overland Park, Kansas.


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The March 31 memo announced:

"As of today, we have decided to push back our return to activity date for our US Youth Soccer Conferences to May 1st, 2020. This will allow all 55 State Associations to review the impact of COVID-19 on their members and make their own informed decisions on a return-to-play date. In addition, USYS is cancelling the 2020 Presidents Cup, our 2020 National Championships and all of the regional competitions leading up to those two events."

The reasons cited for canceling championships were:

1. Financial Impact to Families. COVID-19 is likely to have a devastating financial impact on many USYS families. As a result, many teams are unlikely to attend or attend with reduced rosters. At this time, we feel it would be unfair to place that additional burden on USYS families in need.

2. Stress on Families. If it were possible, however unlikely, that we could return to play in May, many families will still be hesitant to travel on an airplane or stay in a hotel. Again, we do not want to place that additional burden on our USYS families.

3. Integrity of USYS Competitions. If teams that would normally qualify for a Championship do not have the opportunity because of the impact of COVID-19, is it really a Championship? We must ensure that every club within the USYS Family has an equal opportunity to succeed and if they don’t, we diminish the integrity and meaning of the Championship. As of today, many States will not be able to complete their State Cups in time to qualify for Regionals, thus eliminating all of their potential teams from qualification.

4. Focus on Local USYS Leagues and Communities. Many soccer clubs and their employed coaches survive on registration fees. At a time where every community will be struggling to find fields to start and complete even a part of their spring schedule, our focus should be on those local leagues to bring our communities back together through sport, not distracted by a national tournament. 2020 must be about coming back together, not just winning.

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The USYS Presidents Cup, U-13 through U-18 boys and girls, was launched in 2008. Regional Presidents Cup championships were scheduled for June in Charleston and Barboursville, West Virginia; St. Louis, Dallas; and Norco, California. The National President's Cup had been slated for Las Vegas July 8-12.

• "We can imagine the disappointment many players, coaches and families will feel. Not being able to join their team in a run for the Cup and fulfill their dreams and goals is extremely hard to fathom, especially for our oldest players hoping to make one last run at hoisting the National Championship Cup. We are also acutely aware of those older players hoping these competitions could support their collegiate recruiting efforts. While there are no words to ease the disappointment, some day when they think about why the decision was made, they will hopefully come to agree that this was the right call." -- USYS Programming Notice 3/31/20

USYS National Championships
BOYS
U-19 James P. McGuire CUP (founded 1935)
U-18 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (1994)
U-17 Don Greer Cup (1991)
U-16 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (1976)
U-15 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2001)
U-14 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2001)
U-13 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2013)

GIRLS
U-19 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (founded 1980)
U-18 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (1994)
U-17 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (1991)
U-16 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (1985)
U-15 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2001)
U-14 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2001)
U-13 U.S. Youth Soccer Cup (2013)
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Re: B2010:U10 Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Anonymous 04/01/20 12:58 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
RIP Spring 2020. ⚽️👎🏻


200k going to die - that's like having FOUR Vietnam. No chance at Fall 2020. Better start preparing your kids.
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20 Minute HIIT Workout at Home Larry Miller 03/31/20 01:13 PM
This workout is a HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) with bodyweight only. Fourth of many at home workouts by Katerina Kountouris, Professional Host for the NBA, MLB and more.

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Eastern FC High School Pre-Season Camp Larry Miller 03/30/20 08:39 PM
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WVSA Beyond The Pitch Podcast - Erica Suter - Finding Opportunities During The Coronavirus Larry Miller 03/30/20 01:46 PM

With soccer being suspended in the state of West Virginia and across the nation, how can soccer players find opportunities during this coronavirus pandemic? Find out some positive tips from Erica Suter, Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach.
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Re: LIJSL SUSPENDS COMPETITIONS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Larry Miller 03/30/20 12:35 PM
From my lips to your ears. There will be NO STATE CUP and there will be NO SPRING SEASON. I also do not believe there be any memorial Weekend tournaments held.
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Re: G2008 NHP Lightning Cats - Open Practice/Tryouts Anonymous 03/29/20 04:58 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Are these tryouts still going on ?? Interested


are you living under a rock, mate
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Long Island Rough Riders Summer Striker Camps Larry Miller 03/27/20 03:22 PM
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Long Island Rough Riders Summer Goalkeeper Camps Larry Miller 03/27/20 03:19 PM
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NPSL cancels 2020 season Larry Miller 03/27/20 12:09 PM
by Paul Kennedy @pkedit

The National Premier Soccer League, which includes 94 teams in 14 conferences around the country, has canceled its 2020 season.

This decision was made unanimously by the league's board of directors but does not mean clubs can't pursue other competitions and cups this summer if group activities resume. The NPSL plans to resume play in 2021.

"This action was not taken lightly," said NPSL chairman Kenneth Farrell. "Over the past few weeks, the league has spoken to many of its teams and affiliate organizations. Every situation is different and has its own set of circumstances. The NPSL is balancing the immediate needs of its teams, and ensuring that there is a successful, thriving league for years to come."

Most but not all NPSL teams play from May-July, relying heavily on college players available for the summer.

The NPSL emphasized three points in making its decision:

1. Extending the season into the late summer and fall is not an option because of the reliance of many teams on college players;
2. The re-opening of venues in which NPSL teams play is uncertain; and
3. NPSL owners are typically small businessmen who expressed the need for flexibility in making their 2020 plans.

The 2018 NPSL runner-up FC Motown from New Jersey said it is prepared to play in the U.S. Open Cup, as well as the Garden State Soccer League, New Jersey's top amateur league, the USASA's Amateur Cup and the Northeast Elite Soccer League, which operated as a five-team regional league that included FC Motown in 2019.

In Texas, both the Fort Worth Vaqueros and Denton Diablos declared that they will play in 2020, assuming everything gets back to normal life and sports gets back on the field.

FC Motown, Fort Worth and Denton are among 14 NPSL teams entered in the 2020 U.S. Open Cup and slated to play with rosters of non-collegians in the early rounds before collegians are finished school and eligible to participate in outside ball.

The Open Cup was scheduled to start this week with the first round. Given the national emergency and the extensive rescheduling that other leagues will require, it is hard to imagine the Open Cup will be played in 2020, though.

In a Q&A posted on its Web site, the NPSL said it remains focused on launching the 2020 Members Cup in August. The first Members Cup in 2019 included six teams, four of which have moved to NISA.
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Re: Alliance Soccer League expands, announces club commitments for 2020-21 NPL season Anonymous 03/26/20 01:05 AM
Originally Posted by Larry Miller
The Alliance Soccer League’s top tier, its NPL Division, will welcome a collection of top boys and girls clubs from New Jersey for the 2020-21 NPL season.

The Alliance Soccer League is club-based and player-focused, bringing an innovative approach to New Jersey’s competitive landscape. The current 2019-20 season is the league’s inaugural campaign with a base of boys clubs that have a qualification pathway to the Elite National Premier League (ENPL) postseason. Next season, the Alliance Soccer League continues to offer programming to boys clubs, while also introducing opportunities to girls.

These are the member boys clubs in 13-U through 19-U age groups for the 2020-21 season:

Cedar Stars
Holmdel NJX
Ironbound SC
Match Fit Academy FC
Parsippany SC
PDA Hibernian
PDA Shore
PSA SDFC
PSA Wildcats
STA
STA Mt. Olive

These are the member girls clubs in 13-U through 19-U age groups for the 2020-21 season:

Cedar Stars
Match Fit Academy FC
Parsippany SC
PDA Shore
PSA SDFC
PSA Wildcats
STA

“Our inaugural season of the Alliance Soccer league has seen initial goal accomplishments of providing quality to our member clubs, improved scheduling with limited travel, decreased costs and bringing like-minded clubs together with the best interest of the players as the priority,” said Chris Leahey, Executive Director of Match Fit Academy FC. “With the addition of the Girls NPL division for 2020-21 and continued interest in the Boys NPL, we look forward to the growth of the league, while staying focused on our player development-driven mission.”


Its a good league for NJ teams that do not want travel far and/or cannot play in the higher leagues USYS NL Conferences...bette than NPL traveling to LI or NY for mid level competitoon
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Do You Know Will Wilson? Dave Birnbaum 03/25/20 10:27 PM
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Messi Donates One Million Euro To Fight The Virus Dave Birnbaum 03/25/20 07:57 PM
Messi Donates One Million Euro To Fight The Virus

Hope the funds are spent wisely.

www.insideworldfootball.com/2020/03/25/messi-guardiola-donate-e1m-fight-coronavirus/
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MLS Statement Larry Miller 03/25/20 05:46 PM
“Our intent is to play as many games as we possibly can. That means moving our regular season later into November, it means moving the MLS Cup back to mid-December and we’ve had that for many, many years.” Don Garber

MLS commissioner Don Garber on the league's focus to play its entire 34-game regular season and then the playoffs with the single-game knockout format and final in the market of one of the finalists.
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How the coronavirus is affecting sports leagues and events Larry Miller 03/24/20 01:23 PM
Sports leagues and federations across the world addressed the coronavirus outbreak by suspending seasons and canceling play.

All major North American sports leagues, including MLB, the NBA, MLS and the NHL have suspended the playing of games as the virus spreads around the world. The NCAA canceled March Madness and many other major events, including the Masters and the Boston Marathon have been postponed.

Here is a sport-by-sport look at what leagues and federations have done to address the COVID-19 pandemic:

NBA: The league suspended the season indefinitely after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus on March 11. The league has told its teams that play will be suspended a minimum of 30 days.

MLB: Major League Baseball suspended spring training indefinitely and delayed the start of the regular season in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The league acknowledged that the start of its season would be delayed for months, not weeks. It offered no timetable but said it remains “committed to playing as many games as possible when the season begins.”

NFL:
The NFL is planning to hold its draft in Las Vegas on April 23-25 amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but public festivities related to the event have been canceled. The NFL’s annual meeting in late March, which is attended by team owners, general managers and coaches, has been canceled. The NFL also has banned teams from making in-person visits with draft-eligible players until further notice.

NHL: The league suspended its season indefinitely on March 12. The NHL cautioned players it would not be able to provide guidance on the potential reopening of team practices until late April, which would push the earliest possible restart date into May. The NHL and the NHL Players Assn. asked players to self-isolate through March 27.

NCAA:
The NCAA announced March 12 that it would cancel the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments over concerns related to the coronavirus outbreak. All other remaining winter and spring championships also were canceled. The Pac-12 announced March 12 it is canceling all athletic competitions involving its teams until further notice. All on- and off-campus recruiting through April 15 has been banned.

MLS/Soccer: Professional soccer in the U.S. is on hold indefinitely with MLS, the second-tier USL Championship, the U.S. Soccer Federation and CONCACAF, the regional governing body for the sport, all canceling games. MLS said it was suspending play for a minimum of eight weeks, and U.S. Soccer canceled friendlies involving the men’s and women’s teams as well as youth national team training camps. CONCACAF suspended all competitions for 30 days, including the men’s Olympic qualifying tournament involving the U.S. and Mexico which was scheduled to start Friday in Guadalajara.

High schools: The Los Angeles Unified School District has closed schools through March 27. The CIF announced March 12 the cancellation of the state basketball championships. California Gov. Gavin Newsom said it is possible schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year.

U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee: The committee announced Saturday it will not request for a postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after USA Swimming called for the Games to be postponed. The 2020 Team USA media summit, which was scheduled to take place at the InterContinental in downtown Los Angeles this week, has been canceled.

XFL: The league informed its players March 12 that the remainder of the 2020 season will not be played.

NASCAR: All races through May 3 have been postponed. No makeup dates have been announced. The racing series hopes to resume its Cup season May 9 at Martinsville Speedway.

NHRA: The drag racing series has suspended its season 30 days with the intention to resume events April 17-19 in Houston. An event at Las Vegas has been postponed with no new date announced.

IndyCar: All races through the end of April, including the Grand Prix of Long Beach, have been canceled. The series was originally scheduled to open its season March 15 on the streets of St. Petersburg, Fla.

PGA/Golf: The PGA Tour canceled the final three rounds of The Players Championship on March 12 and announced the next three events on the PGA calendar through the Valero Texas Open on April 2-5 have been canceled. The Masters has been postponed, and no makeup date was announced for the tournament, which was originally scheduled for April 9-12. The PGA of America announced that the 2020 PGA Championship, scheduled for TPC Harding Park in San Francisco from May 11-17, has been postponed.

LPGA:
The LPGA moved the ANA Inspiration to Sept. 10-13, and moving its Portland tournament a week later. The ANA Inspiration was scheduled for April 2-5 in Rancho Mirage. It was among what now are six domestic LPGA Tour events that have been postponed because of the coronavirus. Three more tournaments over the final three weeks in April have been postponed.

UFC: The UFC has postponed its next three scheduled events through April 11, finally giving up on President Dana White’s plan to keep fighting amid the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s just impossible,” White said on ESPN, the UFC’s broadcast partner. “We can’t do it.” White insists he will hold UFC 249 on April 18, although he doesn’t have a venue for it. Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is scheduled to fight Tony Ferguson in the promotion’s biggest pay-per-view show of the spring.

Horse racing: Horse racing in California will continue at tracks in the midst of the state’s stay-at-home order. The Stronach Group, which owns Santa Anita and Golden Gate Fields in the Bay Area, will donate all of its profits during this time. Details were still being worked out as to who would receive those funds. Los Alamitos will also conduct live quarter-horse racing at night.

Equestrian: The U.S. Equestrian Federation suspended all USEF-owned events for 30 days on March 13. This includes selection trials, training camps, clinics and activities. USEF also recommends that all USEF-licensed competitions be suspended.

Boston Marathon: Organizers announced that the April 20 event has moved to Sept. 14. The new date moves the race from the spring season to a crowded fall, with the London, Paris and Barcelona marathons also postponing until after the summer over COVID-19 concerns

International
International Olympic Committee (Tokyo 2020 Olympics): Faced with growing criticism of their hesitant response to the coronavirus outbreak, Olympic leaders vowed Sunday to “step up” discussions regarding the 2020 Tokyo Games and expect to reach a decision on postponement and other potential changes within four weeks. Pressure on Olympic leaders intensified when the Canadian Olympic Committee declared Sunday night it would only participate in the Olympics if the Games were moved to 2021.

Premier League:
The league has suspended play as the coronavirus outbreak continues to hammer the sports world. Matches in England will be stopped until at least April 30. The Football Administration board has waived a regulation which would normally oblige leagues to finish by June 1. That means the English leagues can continue playing in space that opened up when UEFA postponed the European Championship to 2021.

Bundesliga: The German soccer league has suspended its season, dropping a plan to play this weekend in empty stadiums. The league board says there is an increasing number of suspected coronavirus cases affecting German clubs. Three second-division players have tested positive for the virus. Bundesliga club Paderborn said its coach tested negative, hours before his team was due to play Fortuna Dusseldorf, and that it was waiting for test results from an unspecified number of players.

Ligue 1: The French league announced Friday it is suspending all matches in its two divisions “until further notice.”

Serie A: Italy has suspended all sporting events through April 3. The Italian soccer league postponed games on its schedule last week but resumed without spectators over the weekend. Juventus and Inter Milan players were quarantined Wednesday after it was confirmed that Juventus defender Daniele Rugani tested positive for the coronavirus. Rugani was on the bench during the teams’ game on March 8.

La Liga: The Spanish league announced that its first and second divisions have been suspended for the next two matchdays. The development comes after Real Madrid were placed into isolation and all activity at their training complex was canceled after one of the club’s basketball players tested positive.

Liga MX: Professional soccer in Mexico was suspended indefinitely on March 16. “The measure announced today will remain in place until further notice and the resumption of play will be decided in co-ordination with the federal government’s health secretariat,” Liga MX said in a statement.

Champions League: The league suspended play March 13. Matches in England will be stopped until at least April 3 after five Premier League clubs said some players or staff were in self-isolation.

Asian Football Confederation: World Cup qualifiers in Asia were postponed until at least September, although the matches could take place as scheduled if all relevant parties agree.

Tennis: The French Open has been postponed from its normal May start until Sept. 20. Wimbledon organizers announced March 17 they hope to hold the annual tournament as scheduled, starting June 29. The U.S. Tennis Assn. said in a statement it is continuing to plan for the U.S. Open and “is not at this time implementing any changes in the schedule.” However, it did not rule out postponing the event, which is scheduled to take place Aug. 24 through Sept. 13. Several WTA and ATP events through June 7 have been canceled, including high-profile tournaments in Madrid and Rome. Women’s tournaments in Strasbourg, France, and Rabat, Morocco, and men’s events in Munich, Germany; Estoril, Portugal; Geneva; and Lyon, France have been canceled.

World Figure Skating Championships: The health minister of Quebec, Danielle McCann, announced Wednesday that the competition, scheduled in Montreal from March 16-22, has been canceled.

Korean and Japanese baseball leagues: The Japanese baseball league postponed the start of its season, which had been scheduled to begin March 20. The league had been playing exhibition games with no spectators. The South Korean league canceled its exhibition games and has not committed to starting its regular seasons March 28 as scheduled.

Formula One: The Monaco Grand Prix was added to a growing list of Formula One races to be postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. The first eight races of the Formula One season have now been postponed, with Netherlands, Spain and Azerbaijan joining Monaco, originally scheduled for May 24, as the latest to be called off. Because of the latest postponements, the F1 season is scheduled to start June 14 at the Canadian Grand Prix. Governing body FIA said the season will begin “as soon as it is safe to do so.”

International Ice Hockey Federation: The women’s and men’s world championships were canceled. Switzerland’s national hockey league canceled its season March 13 and will not have a champion first time since 1940.

MotoGP: The season-opening Qatar Grand Prix in Doha, which was scheduled for March 8 was canceled. The second race of the season in Thailand has been postponed, as has the third in Austin, Texas (rescheduled for November).

World Cup Skiing: The competition’s finals in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, scheduled from March 18-22, were called off after an emergency International Ski Federation board meeting.
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