List of Premier League, Europa League and more matches postponed after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Football in England came to a halt last weekend after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Football Association has confirmed that the match, from the English Premier League to the grassroots, will be stopped As a sign of respect and deferment in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

While some games have been allowed to resume this week, there have been other postponements in domestic and European competition ahead of the late monarch’s state funeral on Monday 19 September – an event that will require an unprecedented security and policing operation in London.

You will need to reschedule many installations across partitions In an already busy calendar due to winter world Cup. Here are the games that have been canceled so far, with new dates yet to be confirmed.


West Ham fans paid tribute to the Queen during a Europa League match on the night her death was announced. Photo: Getty Images

September 10

Fulham against Chelsea
Bournemouth against Brighton
Lister against Aston Villa
Liverpool against Wolves
Southampton against Brentford
Manchester against Tottenham

September 11

Arsenal against Everton
West Ham against Newcastle
Crystal Palace against Manchester United

September 12

Leeds United against Nottingham Forest

September 17

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace match

September 18

Manchester United vs Leeds United
Chelsea vs Liverpool

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September 15

Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven

Women’s Super League

September 10

Tottenham, Manchester United and Man

September 11

Chelsea Women’s vs West Ham Women’s
Everton and Maine vs. Leicester for Women
Brighton vs Maine Aston Villa match
reading Women vs Liverpool women
Manchester City vs Arsenal Women’s Match

championship

September 9

Burnley against Norwich

September 10

Birmingham City against Swansea City
Blackpool against Middlesbrough
Bristol City against Preston
Cardiff City against Hall City
Coventry City against West Bromwich Albion
QPR vs. Huddersfield
Sheffield United against Rotherham
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Sunderland vs Millwall
Watford versus reading
Wigan Athletic against burning black

Premier League

September 10

Barnsley against Portsmouth
Burton Albion vs Fleetwood Town
Charlton Athletic against Exeter City
Cheltenham vs Bolton
Ipswich vs Cambridge United
Lincoln City vs Accrington
MK Dons vs Bristol Rovers
Morecambe vs. Derby County
Peterborough vs Forest Green
Plymouth Argyle vs Sheffield Wednesday
Shrewsbury vs Oxford United
Wycombe In front of Port Vale

second league

September 9

Tranmere Stockport match

September 10

Wimbledon Championship opposite Leyton Orient
Barrow vs Colchester
Crowley Town vs Gillingham
Grimsby Town vs. Crewe Alexandra
Harrogate Town vs Carlisle United
Hartlepool vs Doncaster Rovers
Mansfield Town vs Bradford City
Rochdale vs Salford City
Stevenage vs Sutton United
Swindon Town vs Newport County
Walsall vs Northampton Town

September 10

Aberdeen against Notice
Celtic against Livingston
Dundee United vs Hibernian
Kilmarnock vs St Johnston
Ross County vs. Motherwell

September 11

hearts opposite Saint Mirren

When can the English Premier League matches be played?

The calendar is already crowded with the World Cup in Qatar – the Premier League has been suspended for six weeks in mid-November – has no space for a midweek rearrangement due to the spaces occupied by European competitions and the Carabao Cup.

The week of January 16th will be the earliest opportunity for games now postponed to be rescheduled.

With the last international break before the World Cup looming a week later, any Premier League club that suffers another delay to the next game will go four weeks without playing.

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Explanation: The impact on the UK football calendar after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

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