Football In Spain Had Been Suspended Until Further Notice Posted on March 24, 2020April 29, 2020 by Francoise Fontaine Spain suspends La Liga soccer games; Real Madrid quarantined Second matches are also canceled by Covid-19 On March 12, 2020: Football games in the League and the Spanish Second Division have been suspended for at least two weeks due to a coronavirus, the league’s organizing body said. And while the football games had been suspended, there’s a break in sports betting. Meanwhile, bettors can wager at Judi Online while waiting for things to get back to normal. The League statement said the decision was made after Real Madrid quarantined its squad, and that it had notified the deferrals to the clubs, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the Ministry of Sports. The Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported that Real Madrid sent home all basketball and soccer teams following a positive COVID-19 test of one of the players of the league. Real Madrid, which is due to play Eibar in La Liga on Friday without spectators, and which had already canceled all pre-match to avoid the coronavirus from spreading. The League and the Federation suspend soccer until the Government gives permission to play. March 23, 2020: Soccer in Spain (both professional and amateur) had been stopped indefinitely until the Government considers that there is no “health risk” for the players in this sport. It is the agreement reached by the Spanish Football Federation and the Professional Football League within the framework of the monitoring committee of the agreement between both entities. At first, the football was due to return on April 3, but the extension of the state of alarm by the Executive of Pedro Sánchez, which has yet to be validated by the Congress of Deputies, has caused the closure of the competitions to prolong. The two main organizations of this practice in Spain have estimated that it is advisable to stop until the authorities consider that there is no threat to health. Football in Spain does not want to set a return date, as what has happened in England. In Spain, the plan happens that, at the latest, the League resumes on May 14. That would be the worst case scenario, with matches behind closed doors and meetings every 48 hours to end before June 30.