Danish Super League to resume on May 28, says Danish League Association
COPENHAGEN: Denmark high-flying Super league will resume on May 28 after a gap of more than two months due to the new coronavirus pandemic, the Danish League Association he said in a statement Monday.
On Monday, Denmark entered its second phase of reopening society after a two-month lockdown, allowing the country's top football teams to resume play.
The League Association said the season would restart without fans in the stadiums, and that it hoped the campaign would conclude with the Europa League playoff game on July 29.
The league will restart with the final match of the 21st round of matches between AGF Aarhus and Randers, who are third, who are seventh. The game was postponed earlier in the season.
All the other teams have played 24 games each.
Some matches in the 25th round of matches will be played during the first weekend after the restart, and most will take place on Monday, June 1, the League Association said.
FC Midtjylland was at the top of the table, 12 points behind FC Copenhagen, when the league was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elsewhere in Europe, some leagues will also resume, with the German Bundesliga starting on May 16.