While majority of football around the world remains suspended, here are 10 leagues that have already been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, including a few leagues in Africa.
Click through the gallery to see 10 leagues that were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Netherlands became the first big European nation to call off the 2019/2020 season, with the Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie being called off without a champion being declared.
In France, Paris Saint-Germain were crowned champions for a third straight season after the Ligue 1 season was cancelled while Lorient were awarded the Ligue 2 title and promoted along with second-place Lens.
Africa has also felt the affects of the outbreak, as the Federation of Uganda Football Associations cancelled the season this week, handing Vipers the league title.
As a result, Vipers will represent Uganda in the CAF Champions League while runners-up KCCA FC will compete in the Confederation Cup.
The Ugandan Premier League is one 12 African leagues to have been cancelled, but click through the gallery to see some of the other African leagues.
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