Football matches in Germany’s top two football divisions, Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2, on Monday were suspended until April 2 to stem the spread of coronavirus.

Bundesliga CEO Christian Seifert told a German Football League meeting that this did not mean games in Germany will resume on April 3, but the leagues’ fate will be revisited in the week of March 30.

Seifert added that it is uncertain whether the rest of this season will be played or not, as their top goal is to curb the virus’ spread.

He added that many clubs will face major financial troubles as

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