Premier League confirms the official schedule

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Premier League confirms the official schedule of this weekend’s competition.

The English Football Association has postpone all domestic football matches. This weekend following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday night.

This is not only the Premier League and professional football competitions. Amateur and non-regional football matches will also canceled this weekend.

This was in mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the United Kingdom. Who had just died at the age of 96 at around 1am on Thursday night, September 8 (Friday morning 9), Thailand time.

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters said: “We pay tribute to the Queen’s long-standing contributions to the nation.”

“This is a very sad time, not just for the British. but also many people around the world, and we will join them in mourning your payment.”

“Details and information about the program postponement will be announced soon.”

making it possible that football English Premier League Including all sporting events in England and the Commonwealth will have to be postponed starting tomorrow for a period of mourning.

However, there has not been an official announcement from the British government regarding the postponement of football matches. But a number of other tournaments, such as the BMW PGA Championship, have already been postponed.