Despite welcoming some fans back to the Eredivisie stadiums, this weekend was still empty. There will be no football at the highest level in the Netherlands on January 29-30. But why not?
Is the winter break in the Dutch league over?
shout out. But the last weekend of January is designated by FIFA for international football. This is because of the agenda problems caused by the epidemic. So there are international matches almost everywhere in the world. World Cup qualifiers are held in Asia, South America, Oceania, and North and Central America. The African Cup is still in full swing in Africa.
But the Dutch national team does not play?
new. UEFA has not specified any international matches. The next international match is in Europe in two months. The Orange team will play again on March 26 (against Denmark) and March 29 (against Germany).
Then the competition can continue, right?
It could have been done, but clubs in the Eredivisie have indicated that they would prefer not to take any action this weekend. Given the large number of foreign aliens scattered, this choice is not very strange. The choice of the Eredivisie is not an isolated option, because in almost all major football countries – England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France – the top professional divisions also stopped.
In which countries is football played?
The Belgians draw their own plan. In the Jupiler Pro League, this week’s midweek round is set, including the first match between Union and Club Brugge. From last Tuesday to tomorrow, Belgium will play football every day. They are also skipping the “temporary winter break” in Scotland and Switzerland. The eighth finals of the Cup will be held in France.
What about the clubs in the Kitchen Champions Division?
As usual, they are not interested in an international break. In the first division, six matches are scheduled to be decided this weekend. Pledge teams are not at work.
When will the English Premier League resume?
Saturday 5 February. This is the full program:
Saturday 5 February
FC Utrecht – Kambur (4.30 pm)
Fortuna Sittard – Heerenveen (6.45 pm)
Eindhoven – Arizona (8 pm)
PEC Zwolle – NEC (8 p.m.)
Twente – Vitesse (9 pm)
Sunday February 6
Feyenoord – Sparta (12.15 pm)
Willem 2 – RKC (2.30 pm)
Groningen – Go Ahead Eagles (2.30 pm)
Ajax – Heracles (4.45 pm)
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