Category Archives: COVID19

L’Annulation des championnats

Le championnat des Pay-Bas de football vient d’annuler la saison sans déclarer un champion. Les Néerlandais croient que jouer les matches seront impossible avant du début de la prochaine saison ou potentiellement l’hiver. Une des grandes raisons pour laquelle les ligues européennes comme le championnat des Pays-Bas doivent prendre ces décisions est le fait que… Read More »

La vida sin fútbol en vivo: ¿qué me supongo que hacer ahora?

Las semanas pasadas han proporcionado sus propios desafíos únicos para el fútbol a cada nivel. Los eventos planificados por la primavera y el verano, como La Olimpiada, son pospuestos, equipos universitarios están en un descanso temporalmente, y hasta los juegos entre niños están cancelados. COVID-19 ha cambiado la vista de fútbol en maneras que nunca… Read More »

A World without Soccer? Not Everywhere

As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in cancellation of sports leagues and shuttered stadiums around the world, several countries’ soccer leagues stand as outliers. The Belarus Premier League never ceased play and is the only European league still active, with its stands remaining open to fans. However, teams are drawing fractions of their normal… Read More »

How We Can Beat the Coronavirus with Dutch Soccer

COVID-19 presents a public health crisis unmatched in the last century. At its onset, the disease seemed troublesome. Forcing fever, dry cough, and sometimes pneumonia in its victims, COVID-19 poses a major, global threat. By now, people around the world are beginning to understand the dire stakes of combating coronavirus with coordination and intensity. The… Read More »

Jersey Bulls

The FA in its infinite wisdom has declared that every league below the sixth division has been voided for the 2019/20 season. In other words, there will be no promotions or relegations for teams in those divisions. One team in particular that will feel hard done by COVID-19 is Jersey Bulls of the Combined Counties… Read More »