Italian football suspended until June 14

The FIGC has announced that all football in Italy, including Serie A, will remain suspended until June 14.

Team training for Serie A clubs resumed today and the league had hoped to start fulfilling fixtures again on June 13.

However, the FIGC announced in a statement this evening that it had aligned with a decree signed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte suspending all sporting events and competitions until a day later.

The FIGC has announced that all football in Italy, including Serie A, will remain suspended until June 14.

Team training for Serie A clubs resumed today and the league had hoped to start fulfilling fixtures again on June 13.

However, the FIGC announced in a statement this evening that it had aligned with a decree signed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte suspending all sporting events and competitions until a day later.

That means the top flight will not be able to resume until June 15 at the earliest.

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