Dates as to when the Women’s Game will hopefully restart in the Leagues worldwide

 

Sweden:

The Swedish OBOS Damallsvenskan is hoping to Start Saturday 27th June and Sunday 28th June in line with the wishes communicated in the days from Elitfotboll Dam (EFD) where a majority of the participating associations are required to have at least three weeks preparation time before the start of the series. A condition for the start of the series to be considered is a message from the Public Health Authority about restarting the elite football.

 

 

Norway:

The Norwegian Football Association (NFF) decided that the clubs in the Toppserien and the OBOS league started football training on Monday 25th May, which has been accelerated 14 days from the original date. At the same time this means that the start-up for series games can be moved forward a bit.

The Secretary General of the NFF, Pål Bjerketvedt, says that the decision comes after a complete survey and clear feedback from the clubs at the various league levels.
Based on good experience with starting up for training in the Elite series and after the input and wishes of the league associations and clubs in both the Toppserien and OBOS league, we have today decided that start-up for phase 2 can start 14 days earlier than originally planned. That is, the clubs in the said leagues will be able to start football training no earlier than Monday, May 25. This is, of course, provided the NFF’s protocol for training is followed. We feel that the clubs are highly motivated to get started next week and that they are working well and concretely to prepare what is needed to be able to kick start, says Bjerketvedt.

Start of matches in the Toppserien and the OBOS league is scheduled for the first week in July. Details and adjusted game plan will be discussed with interest groups and right holders.

 

 

Italy:

Italy’s Women’s Serie A suspension of activities until resume date announced.

During the Federal Council it was decided to verify in the next few days the conditions of recovery of the women’s Serie A championship, with the final decision that will be taken based on the applicability of the health protocols by the Clubs and on the availability of contributions from the FIGC. The deadline for the end of the sporting season is however set – as also established for men’s professional competitions – on 20 August.

As regards the Serie B, on the basis of the general conditions and the exceptional situation caused by the Covid-19 emergency, the Board resolved to definitively interrupt the championship, postponing the resolution on the results of the same competitions to another resolution.

“The choice to still believe in the conclusion of our elite championship, which is only 6 days away, is a challenge that the players, among whom we find the sporting heritage of our National A team, will welcome with enthusiasm given their determination and dedication – said the president of the Women’s Football Division Ludovica Mantovani – This pause for reflection, which puts our Serie A in a unique situation within the Federation, must be seen as an opportunity, it being understood that the safety protocols and the contributions federal, which will be discussed in depth in the coming days, will be decisive in understanding whether the Clubs will be able to resume the sporting season “.

 

 

England:

The FA Women’s Super League & Women’s Championship has confirmed the decision to end the 2019-20 season for the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and the FA Women’s Championship.

 

 

USA, NWSL

The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) today announced an extension to its team training moratorium through, and including May 24, 2020.

All NWSL players may continue to use outdoor team training fields for voluntary household workouts and the league is involved in regular discussions with its medical task force on the progression through each phase of the Return to Play Phased Protocol. Clubs are still required to follow all federal, state, and local mandates.

The league remains in contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and health and safety remains the top priority. We will continue to provide further updates as they become available. (Awaiting updates)

 

 

(More News on Women’s Leagues Worldwide will follow as soon as we can get the Information)

 

 

Friday 29th May

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

VfL Wolfsburg V FC Köln (13:00)

1.FFC Frankfurt V SC Sand (18:15)

 

Saturday 30th May

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Bayern München V TSG Hoffenheim (12:00)

SC Freiburg V Turbine Potsdam (12:00)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen V MSV Duisburg (13:00)

 

 

Thursday 4th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

MSV Duisburg V Köln (17:00)

 

Friday 5th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Hoffenheim V Bayer Leverkusen (18:15)

 

Saturday 6TH June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Wolfsburg V 1. FFC Frankfurt (12:00)

 

Sunday 7th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Köln V SGS Essen (13:00)

MSV Duisburg V SC Sand (13:00)

Turbine Potsdam V Bayern München (13:00)

USV Jena V Freiburg (13:00)

 

Wednesday 10th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Köln V USV Jena

 

Friday 12th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

1.FFC Frankfurt V MSV Duisburg (18:15)

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Valur V KR (20:15)

 

Saturday 13th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

SGS Essen V Wolfsburg (12:00)

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Breidablik V FH More (14:00)

Fylkir V Selfoss (16:00)

Thór / KA V Stjarnan (18:00)

 

Sunday 14th June

Finland Naisten Liiga

Honka V KuPS (12:00)

Ilves V HJK (14:00)

JyPK V Åland United (15:00)

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

SC Sand V Hoffenheim (13:00)

Freiburg V Köln (13:00)

Bayern München V USV Jena (13:00)

Bayer Leverkusen V Turbine Potsdam (13:00)

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

ÍBV V Thróttur Reykjavík (17:00)

 

Monday 15th June

Finland Naisten Liiga

TiPS V PK-35 Vantaa (16:30)

 

Wednesday 17th June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Turbine Potsdam V SC Sand (13:00)

Köln V Bayern München (13:00)

Wolfsburg V Freiburg (13:00)

USV Jena V Bayer Leverkusen (14:00)

Hoffenheim V MSV Duisburg (15:00)

SGS Essen V FFC Frankfurt (17:00)

 

Thursday 18th June

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Stjarnan V FH (20:15)

KR V Fylkir (20:15)

Thróttur Reykjavík V Valur (20:15)

Selfoss V Breidablik (20:15)

 

Saturday 20th June

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Thór / KA V ÍBV (16:30)

 

Sunday 21st June

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Hoffenheim V 1.FFC Frankfurt

Freiburg V SGS Essen

Bayern München V Wolfsburg

Bayer Leverkusen V Köln

SC Sand V USV Jena

MSV Duisburg V Turbine Potsdam

 

Tuesday 23rd June

Finland Naisten Liiga

TPS V Åland United (15:30)

PK-35 V Honka (16:30)

HJK V JyPK (16:30)

Iceland – Úrvalsdeild Women

Fylkir V Thróttur Reykjavík (20:15)

FH V Selfoss (20:15)

Breidablik V KR (20:15)

 

Wednesday 24th June

Finland Naisten Liiga

PK-35 Vantaa V Ilves (16:30)

KuPS V TiPS (16:30)

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

SGS Essen V USV Jena (17:00)

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

ÍBV V Stjarnan(19:00)

Valur V Thór / KA (19:00)

 

Saturday 27th June

Finland Naisten Liiga

JyPK V KuPS (14:00)

Honka V TPS (14:00)

 

Swedish OBOS Damallsvenskan

(Games to Follow)

 

Sunday 28th June

Finland Naisten Liiga

Ilves V TiPS(14:00)

Åland United V HJK (15:00)

PK-35 Vantaa V PK-35 (17:30)

FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga

Turbine Potsdam V Hoffenheim

USV Jena V MSV Duisburg

Köln V SC Sand

Wolfsburg V Bayer Leverkusen

SGS Essen V Bayern München

1.FFC Frankfurt V Freiburg

 

Swedish OBOS Damallsvenskan

(Games to Follow)

 

Tuesday 30th June

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

ÍBV V Valur (19:00)

Thór / KA V Fylkir (19:00)

Thróttur Reykjavík V Breidablik (20:15)

 

Wednesday 1st July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Stjarnan V Selfoss (20:15)

KR V FH (20:15)

 

Norway’s Women’s Toppserien will start up 1st week of July

(Games to Follow)

 

 

Friday 3rd July

Finland Naisten Liiga

HJK V PK-35 Vantaa (16:30)

KuPS V Åland United (17:00)

TPS V Ilves (17:30)

Saturday 4th July

Finland Naisten Liiga

TiPS V Honka (14:00)

PK-35 V JyPK (14:00)

Monday 6th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Fylkir V ÍBV (19:00)

Breidablik V Thór / KA (19:00)

Selfoss V KR (20:15)

Valur V Stjarnan (20:15)

FH V Thróttur Reykjavík (20:15)

 

Tuesday 7th July

Finland Naisten Liiga

JyPK V HJK (16:30)

Ilves V PK-35 Vantaa (16:30)

 

Wednesday 8th July

Finland Naisten Liiga

Åland United V TPS (15:30)

Honka V PK-35 (16:30)

TiPS V KuPS (16:30)

 

Sunday 12th July

Finland Naisten Liiga

PK-35 V Åland United (12:00)

TPS V JyPK (12:00)

HJK V TiPS (12:00)

Ilves V Honka (12:00)

PK-35 Vantaa V KuPS (12:00)

 

Tuesday 14th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Thór / KA V FH (19:00)

ÍBV V Breidablik (19:00)

Thróttur Reykjavík (20:15)

Stjarnan V KR (20:15)

 

Wednesday 15th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Valur V Fylkir (20:15)

 

Sunday 19th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Selfoss V Thór / KA (17:00)

 

Monday 20th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

FH V ÍBV (19:00)

Fylkir V Stjarnan (20:15)

KR V Thróttur Reykjavík (20:15)

 

Tuesday 21st July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Breidablik V Valur (20:15)

 

Saturday 25th July

Republic of Ireland Women’s National League

Bohemians WFC V Peamount United (14:00)

Shelbourne V DLR Waves (14:00)

Wexford Youths V Treaty United (18:30)

 

Sunday 26th July

Republic of Ireland Women’s National League

Cork City V Galway WFC (14:00)

 

Tuesday 28th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

ÍBV V Selfoss (19:00)

Thór / KA V KR (19:00)

Stjarnan V Thróttur Reykjavík (20:15)

 

Wednesday 29th July

Iceland Women’s Úrvalsdeild

Valur V FH (20:15)

Fylkir V Breidablik (20:15)

 

 

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