Due to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, all senior football in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland has been canceled this weekend.
There were ten Premier League and six Scottish Premiership games planned.
Six Women’s Super League matches, the first of the season, were scheduled for Saturday and Sunday in addition to EFL games on Friday and Saturday.
The National League, FA Trophy, and amateur football in England are also off.
On Saturday, the women’s Twenty20 match between England and India will take place in addition to the continuation of play in the cricket Test between England and South Africa.
What’s on and what’s off this weekend, in a look
After play was suspended on Thursday, the PGA Championship in golf will resume on Saturday.
After two rugby union matches on Friday were postponed, British horse racing will resume on Sunday and the Premiership season will start on Saturday.
The bout for the boxing world title between Savannah Marshall and Claressa Shields has been postponed, with a tentative date of October 15 established for a rematch.
The weekend’s slate of British Boxing Board of Control competitions has been cancelled.
The Great North Run will go as scheduled on Sunday, according to organizers, who noted that the occasion would be “more muted out of respect” and be “an opportunity to join together and express our sorrow while commemorating the life of our magnificent Queen.”
The Lawn Tennis Association has confirmed that the Davis Cup Finals tennis competition will be held in Glasgow the following week.
The group stage competition is being held at the Emirates Arena from September 13 to September 18 and features Great Britain, the United States, the Netherlands, and Kazakhstan.
The Wednesday Champions League match between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund at Etihad Stadium will proceed as scheduled.
BBC Sport has been informed that City are able to provide the necessary policing to ensure the game will take place as scheduled, despite the fact that Uefa has not yet announced what will happen with next week’s fixtures involving British sides.
The Europa League match between Manchester United and FC Sheriff will go ahead as planned on Thursday, “after discussions with the relevant governing authorities and in line with guidelines supplied by the UK government,” according to a statement from Manchester United.
The UK’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on Thursday at the age of 96.
National mourning guidelines issued by the government suggested that individual sports should decide whether or not to call off contests.
The government’s advice for the funeral day recommended that events might be changed so that they would not conflict with the timing of the service but did not mandate cancellation.