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What happens to sports after the Queen’s death?

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest reigning monarch, has died at the age of of 96.

Period of mourning continues in what an unprecedented time for country.

It may also influence on professional sports, on What happened set to be busy weekend of action.

No mandate to cancel sports events and this up individually sports decide whether to continue with their schedules.

England cricket teamtest match against South Africa at the Oval on Friday was called off of the EFL football matches planned to take place were on the same day postponed.

Here are the main sports events take place this weekend and how they can be affected by the queen death.


Manchester United vs Real Sociedad took the lead on Thursday night at Old Trafford. There was a moment of silence before the blow.off and players wore black bandages.

West Ham also played in the FSB in their planned European Conference League match, with players wearing armbands and a moment of silence before the blow off.

Arsenal and Zurich honored with a minute of silence. half- time to honor the queen’s death, with players wearing bandages in in second half.

There were nine in the Premier League fixtures scheduled for the weekend with west London derby between Fulham and Chelsea on Saturday lunch time with reports that clubs expected games be called off.

english english matches on Matches scheduled for Friday were Burnley vs Norwich City and Tranmere Rovers vs Stockport County. off with a decision over rest of weekends games set to be announced on Friday.

Considering the schedule of World Cup in Qatar in November, few if any available windows in season in what to rearrange fixtures if the premier league is canceled this weekend.

First weekend of Women’s Super League was also set take place this weekend as well as the Football League fixtures across England.

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland also It was fixtures set play this weekend.

There are European fixtures planned to take place next a week, with Liverpool, Rangers, Chelsea and Manchester City will host the Champions League matches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Arsenal will then host the Europa League. match on Thursday.


England final Test match of the summer has begun on Thursday against South Africa on the Oval. Friday play together with everything is planned matches in Rachel Hayho Flint Trophy will not take place The England and Wales cricket board said.

rugby union

First weekend of the premier league season was supposed to take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Northampton announced postponement of their clash in the Premier League Rugby Cup against Saracens on schedule for Thursday evening.

formula one

Italian Grand Prix at Monza. set to still go ahead as planned.


US Open men’sand women’ singles finals set move forward in New York on Saturday and Sunday evenings.

tournament Will pay tribute queen with moment of silence and photomontage ahead of in first womenx semi-final on Thursday evening.


The PGA Championship kicked off in Wentworth. on Thursday but play was suspended after news broken for remainder of 1 round with all amenities in Closing the Championship Village with instant effect.

In addition, the DP world tour confirmed play would not resume on Friday either with course and practice opportunities for remain closed.

horse racing

The queen had passion for horse racing, and although there are no major events scheduled for this weekend, others events were scheduled for courses across the country.

Racing at Southwell and Chelmsford was immediately suspended. announcement from the palace on Thursday.


Undisputed title fight between Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshall had to take place in the O2 arena in London on Saturday evening.

To ride a bike

Tour of Great Britain was set to conclude on Dorset coast and island of Man this weekend but the stage six on Friday in Gloucestershire, between Tewkesbury and Gloucester, will not accept place, with upgrade to follow regarding the seventh and eighth stages.

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