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Which UEFA matches are affected by on-going COVID-19 restrictions?

All the updates on UEFA’s club and national team competition matches affected by restrictions related to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.

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Which men's matches have been affected?

UEFA Champions League

16 February: Leipzig vs Liverpool (played in Budapest, Hungary)
23 February: Atlético vs Chelsea (played in Bucharest, Romania)
24 February: Mönchengladbach vs Manchester City (played in Budapest, Hungary)

UEFA Europa League

18 February: Molde vs Hoffenheim (played in Vila-real, Spain)
18 February: Real Sociedad vs Manchester United (played in Turin, Italy)
18 February: Benfica vs Arsenal (played in Rome, Italy)
18 February: Wolfsberger vs Tottenham Hotspur (played in Budapest, Hungary)
25 February: Arsenal v Benfica (played in Piraeus, Greece)
11 March: Tottenham vs Dinamo Zagreb (tie reversed, first leg to take place in London, England)
18 March: Dinamo Zagreb vs Tottenham (tie reversed, second leg to take place in Zagreb, Croatia)

UEFA Youth League

The 2020/21 edition of the UEFA Youth League has been cancelled.

UEFA European Under-19 Championship

The 2020/21 edition of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship has been cancelled.

UEFA Futsal EURO qualifiers

4 March: Denmark vs Albania (to be played in Tirana, Albania. Moved from 7 March in Denmark)
9 April: Israel vs Kazakhstan (to be played in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. Moved from 28 January in Israel)

UEFA Futsal Champions League

28 April - 3 May: Finals to be played in Zagreb, Croatia (moved from Minsk, Belarus)

Which women's matches have been affected?

UEFA Women's EURO qualifiers

23 February: Scotland vs Portugal (played in Larnaca, Cyprus)

UEFA Women's Champions League

11 February: Brondby vs Vålerenga (played as a single leg tie)
9 March 2021: Paris vs Sparta Praha (moved from 10 March to become first leg)
10 March: LSK vs Wolfsburg (to be played in Gyor, Hungary)
10 March: Atlético vs Chelsea (to be played in Monza, Italy)
17 March: Sparta Praha vs Paris (moved from 3 March to become second leg. To be played at 14:30 CET))

UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship

The 2020/21 edition of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship has been cancelled.