FIGC announce three potential options should Serie A season be unable to be completed

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) released a statement today in regards to how the remainder of the Serie A calendar could be handled following yesterday’s announcement that the league will be suspended until 3 April.

“If the COVID-19 emergency should not allow for the conclusion of the league competitions, President (Gabriele) Gravina put forth some proposals that will be discussed in another meeting on 23 March“.

“Without being in order of priority, one option would be not assigning the Scudetto and consequently informing UEFA of the teams qualified for Europe. Another would be referring to the table as it stands up until the moment the season was interrupted”.

“One last option would be to organise playoffs for the title of Champion of Italy and play-outs to decide relegation into Serie B.”

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