English Premier League matches return from Tuesday with a tribute to the Queen

Premier League matches will return from Tuesday after football was paused as a sign of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen, who died on Thursday, will be honored on the field with a minute’s silence before the matches and the playing of the national anthem.

Black armbands and half-mast flags will be worn.

It was all English, Welsh, Northern Irish and top Scottish football Postponed over the weekend.

National League matches will be held As of Monday, the Premier League has yet to announce which matches will be played between September 16-18.

The association said in a statement that it “will continue to work with the forces regarding any challenges that may arise regarding the monitoring of certain equipment.”

She added: “Individual circumstances will be considered on a case-by-case basis, in line with standard conformity safety advisory group protocols.”

There are six tournament matches scheduled for Tuesday, along with full programs in League One and Two. Then there are six more matches in the tournament on Wednesday.

Police games could be a factor in decisions if troops are redeployed to London before the Queen’s state funeral on Monday, 19 September.

A spokesperson for the National Police Chiefs Council said on Sunday: “UK Police are working closely with other organizations to ensure that events are conducted safely and appropriately.

“Following the decisions of the Premier League and the English Football League to cancel matches this weekend, we will work with football clubs to try to ensure that football matches are conducted safely, where possible, when balanced with the requirements to support and deliver national events daily police.

“This is a unique situation and we are working closely with everyone involved.”

It has also not been confirmed whether matches will be played in the Women’s Super League and the Women’s Championship.

football will Appeal in Northern Ireland Monday, Welsh football Will resume on Tuesday And Scottish football He will be back on Wednesday.

What about European matches?

BBC Sport understands Chelsea’s Champions League group stage match against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday will go ahead as planned.

UEFA is satisfied with all security needs around the game being met.

It remains unclear if Arsenal’s Europa League match against PSV Eindhoven on Thursday will go ahead as planned.

About 3,000 PSV Eindhoven fans are expected to participate in the match, which will require a large police presence.

UEFA has already moved Rangers’ Champions League home game against Napoli from Tuesday to Wednesday, “due to severe restrictions on police resources and regulatory issues related to the ongoing events around the national mourning of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II”.

Meanwhile, Tottenham confirmed that their Champions League away game against Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday is “going forward as planned”, while Liverpool host Ajax at Anfield on the same day and Celtic travel to Poland to face Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.

Manchester City’s Champions League match at home with Borussia Dortmund is scheduled to continue on Wednesday, as is Manchester United’s Europa League match with Sherif Tiraspol in Moldova on Thursday.

In the Europa League, West Ham meet Denmark’s Silkeborg on Thursday, while Hearts travel to Latvia’s Rigas Football Skola.