UEFA have confirmed the decision to postpone the European Championship until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A statement confirmed the postponement, with the dates of June 11 to July 11, 2021 proposed.
The official announcement from European football’s governing body also confirmed that the Euro 2020 play-offs, due to be played later this month, will now be played in the June 2020 international break.
It also confirmed that the 2020 Copa America would also move to 2021 to enable South American players based in Europe the opportunity to finish their league campaigns.
The statement did not confirm new dates for the Champions League and Europa League finals, with June 27 and June 24 having been reported.
There was also no confirmation at this stage as to whether the Women’s Euro 2021 would be moved as a result of the men’s tournament being postponed.
Instead the statement said decisions on dates for other UEFA competitions would be taken “in due course”.
The statement also hinted at some kind of compromise concerning the 2021 Club World Cup, with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin saying: “I would like to thank FIFA and its president, Gianni Infantino, who has indicated it will do whatever is required to make this new calendar work.
“In the face of this crisis, football has shown its best side with openness, solidarity and tolerance.”