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Football 15 Nov 2020 | 11:26 PM

Norway scramble to save Nations League campaign after COVID cancellation

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Norway are scrambling to save their Nations League campaign by pulling together a second squad after a row over COVID-19 precautions with the country's health ministry caused the cancellation of Sunday's game away to Romania.

Football 20 Oct 2020 | 11:25 PM

Sweden to ease border restrictions for elite sports

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden plans to give competitors in elite sports an exemption from rules banning travel to the country from outside the European Union, the government said on Tuesday.

Cricket 24 Sep 2020 | 5:55 PM

Sheffield Shield to start in Adelaide on October 10

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The first four rounds of Australia's first class Sheffield Shield competition will be held in Adelaide to mitigate the threat of disruption due to COVID-19, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.

Football 11 Aug 2020 | 12:05 AM

Germany bars fans from soccer matches till at least end of October

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany agreed on Monday to extend a ban for spectators in stadiums at Bundesliga soccer matches until at least the end of October due to the coronavirus pandemic, authorities said.

Football 29 Jul 2020 | 3:25 PM

Border closure poses another headache for Australian leagues

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's professional sports leagues face another challenge to complete their seasons after authorities in Queensland said they would shut the state's border to arrivals from Sydney amid growing clusters of COVID-19 across the city.

Other Sports 01 Jul 2020 | 5:35 PM

Australian Rules - Players face deadline to leave Melbourne COVID-19 hotspots

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Football League (AFL) players living in Melbourne's COVID-19 "hotspots" face a midnight deadline to move to safer zones or face being excluded from matches due to tightening government restrictions, the AFL said on Wednesday.