When will your favourite sports come back?

The EFL says the priority is to resume the 2019-20 season as soon as it is possible, with matches only returning at an appropriate point and based on guidance from the relevant authorities. ____________________________________________________ More on coronavirus: ____________________________________________________ National League clubs have voted in favour of ending the 2019/20 at its current point and cancelling all remaining fixtures. The Bundesliga is ready to return on May 9 if the German government gives it the green light, league officials have confirmed. Formula 1 Plans are being put in place to open the F1 season with a behind-closed-doors Austrian GP on July 5, provided relevant government permissions are given. Double-headers without fans are understood to be pencilled in for Austria and Silverstone with the sport now targeting a campaign of between 15 and 18 events once racing is able to resume in safe circumstances. The revised season would run in Europe until early September, then head to Asia and the Americas, before finishing in the Middle East with Bahrain and Abu Dhabi in December. Matchroom Boxing's Eddie Hearn has ground-breaking plans to return in July and is waiting for the call to 'start our engines'. Bob Arum of Top Rank says he is working with state commissions in the USA to find a path to reopen in June and throughout the summer with no spectators. The Hundred's inaugural season is set to be formally delayed after an ECB board meeting on Wednesday night. The Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Texas has been confirmed as the first tournament back, scheduled to take place from June 11-14. Three of the year's four majors have been rescheduled with the PGA Championship moved to August 6-9, the US Open set for September 17-20 and The Masters scheduled for November 12-15. Plans are being drawn up for players to return to clubs for training in June with games played behind closed doors in bio-secure environments. The season remains suspended and the NBA has announced that the earliest teams can reopen for voluntary player workouts is now May 8. NBA commissioner Adam Silver has said on several occasions that the league does not anticipate being able to decide until sometime in May - at the earliest - if a resumption of the season is possible. Racing remains on course to return in France on May 11 despite an announcement on Tuesday that professional sport would not restart in the country before September. Strict hygiene measures will mean meetings are held behind closed doors, with no foreign horses or participants allowed until at least the end of May. The GAA has officially confirmed that the All-Ireland Championships will not start in May, with the association anticipating intercounty action not restarting before July. The World Snooker Championship has been rescheduled to run from July 31 to August 16 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.