Scottish football postponed
England’s international matches against Italy and Denmark at Wembley Stadium have also been postponed.
A joint statement from the governing body, the Premier League and the EFL has confirmed that all professional football in England will be suspended until April 3 at the earliest.
A statement read as follows: “The FA, the Premier League, the EFL and the FA Super League and the FA Women’s Championship have collectively agreed to postpone the professional game in England until Friday 3 April at the earliest.
“This measure, which will be constantly reviewed, was taken because of the growing number of clubs taking steps to isolate their players and staff from the Covid-19 virus.
“It will also apply to all matches of the England team at all levels and in all FA competitions, including the FA Cup Emirates and the FA Cup women, as well as matches of the academy and youth teams.
“The decision is made only on the number of cases requiring self-isolation and the impact on the facilities. Given the measures taken in the clubs, there is no other alternative than for the action of However, all parties are currently committed to trying to complete this season’s home game schedule and are in the process of establishing the appropriate options to do so.
“We are liaising with the National League pyramids (men and women) and will continue to offer advice and support. Any decision to continue playing or to postpone their respective competitions is the responsibility of each league as bodies autonomous within the game.
“With regard to senior men’s matches against Italy and Denmark at Wembley Stadium, refunds will be processed to all ticket buyers within 14 working days.”