Euro 2020 postponed by a year

News will likely mean that Åge Hareide’s tenure as Denmark’s head coach is over

The European football governing body UEFA revealed moments ago that Euro 2020 would be postponed until the summer of 2021 due to the coronavirus crisis.

It has been proposed that the major tournament will instead be held next year from June 11 to July 11.

Copenhagen was scheduled to host four Euro 2020 games – all three of Denmark’s group stage games and one last-16 matchup.

The general ban on football means that Åge Hareide will likely have coached his final game for Denmark, with Kasper Hjulmand set to assume the coaching duties this July.