UEFA has postponed matches for national teams of the old continent until further notice, including the matches for the qualifying accessory to the European Cup 2020, which was programmed in June due to the pandemic of the emerging Corona Virus virus. The Continental Confederation reported that all European competitions, including the international friendly matches, were postponed until further notice, and the qualifiers for the 2021 European Cup for Women were also postponed. This decision was expected in view of the paralysis that hit sport globally, especially European football, in light of the “Covid-19” outbreak, and the Continental Federation made it after a wide video meeting that included its executive committee with the general secretaries of 55 national federations under its cloak. The European Union decided to cancel the final round of the U-17 European Championship scheduled for next May, in addition to the European U-19 Women’s Championship scheduled for July. The supplement matches were dedicated to determining the last four seats in the oldest continent’s national championship, which will be held for the first time in history in 12 cities. The match matches were originally scheduled for March, before being postponed to June due to SK. The European Union had taken at an emergency meeting on March 17 a historic decision to postpone the biggest champions for the teams, European Cup 2020, to the summer of 2021.