The death of Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain may affect sporting events.
The English Football League states that it, along with other sports and the government, will discuss how the Queen’s death will affect future events. An announcement will be made as soon as possible.
Henry Winter, famous writer for the trusted newspaper The Times, wrote on Twitter that the English Premier League matches this weekend content It will be postponed after death.
Among other things, a big match between Manchester City, Erling Braut Haaland and Tottenham is on the programme.
Thursday’s Europa League match between Manchester United and Real Sociedad will take place as planned at Old Trafford. Flags were placed at half mast, both teams wore mourning squads and there was a minute’s silence before kick-off.
Arsenal and Zurich observed a minute’s silence before the second half:
Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain died Thursday at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The Queen was present at Wembley when England were crowned the World Football Championship for the last time in 1966. She presented the trophy to captain Bobby Moore.
Victor Hovland and elite golfers kicked off the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth outside London on Thursday. The tournament was halted when the Queen’s death was announced, and it was decided not to take it again on Friday. It is not clear what will happen next. Hovland was currently in the co-management.
Friday’s cricket match between England and South Africa and all other matches at the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy have been cancelled.
The British have one Long protocol to follow On the death of the Queen:
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