COVID-19: List of postponed sports across the world, including football, rugby, darts, cricket, tennis, golf and more

COVID-19: List of postponed sports across the world, including football, rugby, darts, cricket, tennis, golf and more

With game throughout the planet being disrupted from the coronavirus, Sporting Life includes a listing of postponed and canceled events and games must be played behind-closed-doors, like soccer, rugby, darts, cricket, tennis, golf, boxing, sports, and American sport.


Suspended: All UK racing until the end of April

CanceledRandox Health Grand National at Aintree

Behind-closed-doors: All Irish racing closed to the public until March 29, starting at Dundalk on Friday, March 13

Behind-closed-doors: Dubai World Cup, Saturday, March 21


Postponed: Euro 2020 will become Euro 2021 and take place next summer

Postponed: Copa America 2020 – It was also confirmed that the tournament would move to 2021 to give South American players based in Europe the opportunity to finish their league campaigns.

Suspended: All English football until April 3 – Premier League, EFL, FA Cup, Women’s Super League, FA Women’s Championship

Suspended: All Scottish football until further notice

Postponed: All Champions League and Europa League matches until further notice

Suspended: All National League football until at least April 3

Suspended: Northern Premier League officials have announced a suspension of their fixtures with immediate effect

Postponed: The Football Association has announced it is “advising that all grassroots football in England is postponed for the foreseeable future” due to the coronavirus outbreak

Cancelled: Friendly – England v Italy, March 27

Cancelled: Friendly – England v Denmark, March 31

Cancelled: Friendly – Austria v England, June 2

Cancelled: Friendly – England v Romania, June 7

Postponed: All Italian football until at least April 2

Postponed: German league football (Divisions one and two) until April 2

Suspended: Spain’s LaLiga suspended for “at least the next two rounds of matches”

Suspended: Portugal League until further notice

Postponed: Spanish Cup final – Athletic Bilbao v Real Sociedad, on April 18

Suspended: Major League Soccer suspension of matches for 30 days

Postponed: Wales v United States, which was scheduled for March 30 in Cardiff

Postponed: Liverpool charity match between a Reds Legends side and Barcelona Legends, due to be played at Anfield on March 28

Suspended: Danish Football League for two weeks

Postponed: Conmebol qualifiers, including Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, due to take place between March 23-31 for the 2022 World Cup

Postponed: French League Cup final – Paris St Germain v Lyon, on April 4

Behind-closed-doors: Poland’s top-flight the Ekstraklasa until further notice

Suspended: Japan’s J League suspended until at least April 3

Postponed: The Asian qualifiers for the Qatar World Cup in 2022, due to be played on March 23-31 and June 1-9


Postponed: The Masters, April 9-12

Cancelled: PLAYERS Championship – cancelled after round one

Cancelled: The entire PGA EuroPro Tour schedule, due to run from May to October and covering 15 events in total, has been cancelled.

Cancelled: The Czech Masters, scheduled from August 20-23

Cancelled: Kenya Open

Cancelled: Maybank Championship

Cancelled: China Open

Postponed: Women’s first major of the year, the ANA Inspiration

Postponed: Andalucia Masters

Postponed: United States PGA Championship


Rearranged: Premier League double-header in Rotterdam from March 25-26 to September 9-10

Rearranged: Premier League Darts in Newcastle moved from March to October

Postponed: European Darts Grand Prix (ET2), March 20-22 in Sindelfingen

Postponed: European Darts Open (ET3), March 27-29 in Leverkusen

Postponed: German Darts Grand Prix (ET4), April 11-13 in Munich


Postponed: Six Nations – Italy v England, Saturday, March 14

Postponed: Six Nations – France v Ireland, Saturday, March 14

Postponed: Six Nations – Ireland v Italy, March 7

Postponed: Premiership Rugby Cup final, which had been scheduled for March 15

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – Wales v Scotland, March 15

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – France v Ireland, March 15

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – Italy v England, March 15

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – Scotland v France, March 7

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – Italy v Scotland, February 23

Postponed: Women’s Six Nations – Ireland v Italy, March 8

Suspended: Guinness PRO14 season

Suspended: Super Rugby season

Suspended: Gallagher Premiership for five weeks from March 16

Suspended: All RFU activity suspended indefinitely

Suspended: European competitions suspended indefinitely


Suspended: Super League games until April 3 at the earliest


Suspended: All WTA tournaments until May at the earliest

Suspended: ATP tournaments six-week suspension until April 20 at the earliest

Suspended: The International Tennis Federation has suspended of tournaments until April 20 at the earliest

Delayed: The French Open moved from its scheduled spring slot to September


Cancelled: England’s tour of Sri Lanka

Delayed: Indian Premier League start has been postponed from March 29 to April 15

Behind-closed-doors: India and South Africa two ODIs

Postponed: The second ODI between Australia and New Zealand has now been postponed along with the third in a three-match series, plus the scheduled T20I series which was set to follow


Postponed: The Tour Championship, March 17-22

Cancelled: China Open, scheduled to start in Beijing at the end of March


Postponed: Formula One Australian Grand Prix, April 15

Postponed: Formula One China Grand Prix, April 19

Postponed: Bahrain Grand Prix, March 22

Postponed: Vietnam Grand Prix, April 5

Cancelled: Formula E race in Jakarta on June 6

Postponed: Formula E race, The Rome E-Prix, scheduled for April 4

Cancelled: MotoGP Qatar race

Postponed: MotoGP season races in Thailand, the United States and Argentina

Postponed: World Superbike Spanish round of the series, scheduled for March 27-29, postponed until October 23-25

Behind-closed-doors: Nascar race events in Atlanta, March 15, and Miami, March 22


Postponed: Vacant interim WBA World Lightweight Title – Francesco Patera vs Devis Boschiero, on March 27 in Verona, Italy

Cancelled: Michael Conlan v Belmar Preciado at Madison Square Garden on St Patrick’s Day

Cancelled: The Olympic boxing qualifier in London has been cancelled with immediate effect


Postponed: UFC Fight Night events on March 21, March 28 and April 11


Delayed: NFL off-season start. Planned training camp start dates on April 6 & April 20 postponed, with the two-week ban on access to all club facilities


Suspended: NBA season until further notice

Suspended: EuroLeague Basketball suspended until further notice due to the outbreak

Suspended: International Basketball Federation suspends all competitions from March 13

Cancelled: Basketball England cancelled the remainder of its 2019/2020 season on March 17.


Suspended: NHL season until further notice

Cancelled: Great Britain v Poland, due to take place on April 17 and 18

Cancelled: The 2020 IIHF Women’s World Championship, due to be held in Canada from March 31


Delayed: Start of MLB season delayed by at least two weeks and spring training games cancelled

Postponed: Start of Japanese professional baseball league season, scheduled for March 2


Postponed: The London Marathon has been postponed until October 4

Postponed: The Barcelona Marathon, which was scheduled for March 15, has been postponed until October 25

Postponed: The World Athletics Half Marathon Championships in Gdynia, Poland, which were to be held on March 29, are postponed until October 17

Cancelled: The World Indoor Championships, Nanjing in China

Postponed: The Paris Marathon, which was due to take place on April 5, has been postponed until October 18

Postponed: The Boston Marathon, scheduled for April 20, will take place on September 14

Cancelled: The Rome Marathon, scheduled for March 29

Moved: The International Triathlon Union has moved the 2020 ITU Paratriathlon World Championships, planned for May 2, from Milan to Montreal


Postponed: One-day classic Milan-San Remo, scheduled for Saturday, March 21

Postponed: Giro d’Italia, due to begin in May, has been postponed

Postponed: The Tour de Yorkshire, due to take place in May, has been postponed


Cancelled: Great Britain men’s and women’s hockey squads, South Africa training camp cancelled


Cancelled: The World Women’s Curling Championship, due to take place between March 14 and 22


Postponed: The International Gymnastics Federation postpones three World Cup competitions until June

Behind-closed-doors: The Gymnastics World Cup event in Doha, Qatar, between March 18-21


Cancelled: Two World Rowing Cups, the European Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta and the Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta, all due to be held in Italy between April 10-May 10

Cancelled: The Boat Race, scheduled to take place on March 29, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, organisers have announced


Postponed: International Table Tennis Federation’s April World Tour Japan Open


Cancelled: GB Alpine Championships 2020, which were due to be held in Tignes, France between March 29 and April 10

Cancelled: The Alpine Skiing World Cup finals scheduled for March 18-22 in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

Cancelled: The World Short Track Speed Skating Championships, March 13-15

Cancelled: The World Figure Skating Championships in Quebec, March 16-22


Postponed: British Swimming has confirmed that the Diving World Series event scheduled for London later this month has been postponed

Cancelled: British Eventing has cancelled all fixtures with immediate effect