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Polish football restarts after coronavirus stoppage

26.05.2020 10:10
Underdogs Miedź Legnica will take on favorites Legia Warsaw behind closed doors in a Polish Cup quarterfinal on Tuesday, marking the first official football match in Poland after a break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lech Poznań players in training ahead of a Polish Cup quarterfinal clash against Stal Mielec.
Lech Poznań players in training ahead of a Polish Cup quarterfinal clash against Stal Mielec.Photo: PAP/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

The match kicks off at 8:10 p.m. in the southwestern town of Legnica after players and club staff tested negative for the coronavirus.

A day later first-division outfit Stal Mielec will play top-flight side Lech Poznań in another Polish Cup quarterfinal without spectators before the country’s premier league restarts at the weekend.

Lechia Gdańsk won last season’s Polish Cup final after beating Jagiellonia Białystok 1-0 on May 2, 2019.

Poland’s Ekstraklasa top league is set to resume with empty stadiums on Friday.


Source: IAR