Football's ruling body FIFA confirmed on Wednesday it would include the postponed Euro 2020 and Copa America tournaments in its international 2021 match calendar, while deciding on the date of the 2021 Club World Cup at a later stage.
FIFA also said in a statement after a conference call of its council's bureau members it would look into transfer and registration periods for players, as some domestic leagues may go beyond the June 30 cut-off owing to the coronavirus outbreak.
Europe's UEFA decided Tuesday to postpone Euro 2020 by one year to allow interrupted domestic leagues to be completed.
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