the organization of division is ready to push the start of the next season and play more matches in the winter season.

It is not only the ongoing football season, which is influenced by coronakrisen, which has put all the sport on pause indefinitely.

The upcoming football season can stand in front of an unusually late start to the season around 1. september.

After Monday’s meeting with the clubs maintains the organization of division efforts to complete all the scheduled matches in the rest of this season.

in Order to reach the goal are you willing to stretch the season to the end of July, and it will of course also impact on when the next fodboldår can be shot in time.

– depending on how the international agreements are, it’ll probably the consequence of the start of the season is going to be somewhere around 1. september. However, it is too early to say yet, says Divisionsforeningens director, Claus Thomsen.

It will be a significantly later start to the season than normal. The current season began so already 12. July.

This will result in a packed program, like more of the winter will be spent on football.

– We are going to freeze your feet in some of the fighting.

– There may be some more midtugekampe, and it may be, we have to play deeper into december and start a week earlier in February. But it will be done, says Claus Thomsen.

the organization of division has set out three scenarios to færdigspille season 2019/20, depending on when it is once again possible to send the players on the field.

The last scenario is operating with that the game only will be resumed at the end of may, but it does not necessarily mean that the season will be called off, if the deadline is exceeded.

– All three scenarios have sufficient air to be compressed further, so settled for a shorter time. There is room for unforeseen events.

– at the same time, we also work with to be able to finish the season with a less number of matches than originally thought, but it is a scenario, we preferably do not want to go in, says Claus Thomsen.