Which Premier League and EFL games have been delayed following the Queen’s passing

By | September 9, 2022

After the demise of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, all Premier League, WSL and EFL matches have been delayed this end of the week; no choice has yet been made over the following week’s midweek and end of the week games.
Which games across Britain have been deferred following the Queen’s passing, as the nation enters a time of public grieving?

The FA and the Scottish FA affirmed that all football apparatuses have been canceled this end of the week.

The brandishing bodies expressed declarations on additional apparatuses, including the following week’s midweek EFL plan, would be made at “a suitable point”.


The National League likewise affirmed all non-association and grassroots football would be deferred.
Head League and EFL: This weekend’s matches delayed

  • Sovereign Elizabeth II passes on matured 96
    The wearing scene honors The Queen
    Here is the full rundown of delays declared up to this point:


Head League


Fulham versus Chelsea


Bournemouth versus Brighton


Leicester versus Aston Villa


Liverpool versus Wolves


Southampton versus Brentford


Man City versus Tottenham


Munititions stockpile versus Everton


West Ham versus Newcastle


Precious stone Palace versus Man Utd


Leeds versus Nottm Forest


Burnley versus Norwich


Birmingham versus Swansea


Blackpool versus Middlesbrough


Bristol City versus Preston


Cardiff versus Hull


Coventry versus West Brom


QPR versus Huddersfield


Sheffield United versus Rotherham


Stir up versus Luton


Sunderland versus Millwall


Watford as opposed to Reading


Wigan versus Blackburn


Association One


Barnsley versus Portsmouth


Burton Albion versus Fleetwood


Charlton versus Exeter


Cheltenham versus Bolton


Ipswich versus Cambridge United


Lincoln versus Accrington


MK Dons versus Bristol Rovers


Morecambe versus Derby


Peterborough versus Forest Green


Plymouth versus Sheffield Wednesday


Shrewsbury versus Oxford


Wycombe versus Port Vale


Association Two


Tranmere versus Stockport


Wimbledon versus Leyton Orient


Cart versus Colchester


Crawley versus Gillingham


Grimsby versus Crewe


Harrogate versus Carlisle


Hartlepool versus Doncaster


Mansfield versus Bradford


Rochdale versus Salford


Stevenage versus Sutton


Swindon versus Newport


Walsall versus Northampton


Ladies’ Super League


Tottenham versus Manchester United


Chelsea versus West Ham


Everton versus Leicester


Brighton versus Aston Villa


Perusing versus Liverpool


Manchester City versus Arsenal


Ladies’ Championship


Sunderland versus Sheffield United


Blackburn Rovers versus Lewes


Southampton versus Durham


Birmingham City versus Crystal Palace


Coventry United versus Charlton


London City Lionesses versus Bristol City


Public League

  • Altrincham versus Wealdstone
  • Barnet versus Southend
  • Boreham Wood versus Oldham
  • Chesterfield versus Gateshead
  • Eastleigh versus Scunthorpe
  • FC Halifax Town as opposed to Dorking Wanderers
  • Maidstone United versus Solihull Moors
  • Notts County versus Bromley
  • Torquay versus Aldershot
  • Woking versus Yeovil Town
  • Wrexham versus Maidenhead United
  • York City versus Dagenham and Redbridge
  • Scottish Premiership
  • Aberdeen versus Rangers
  • Celtic versus Livingston
  • Dundee United versus Hibernian
  • Kilmarnock versus St Johnstone
  • Ross County versus Motherwell
  • Herats versus St Mirren
  • Scottish Championship
  • Bay Rangers versus Dundee
  • Arbroath versus Raith Rovers
  • Ayr United versus Partick Thistle
  • Inverness versus Hamilton
  • Sovereign’s Park versus Morton
  • Scottish League One
  • Clyde versus Dunfermline
  • Edinburgh City versus Peterhead
  • Falkirk versus Alloa
  • Kelty Hearts versus Queen Of The South
  • Montrose versus Airdrieonians
  • Scottish League Two
  • Bonnyrigg Rose versus Annan Athletic
  • East Fife versus Stenhousemuir
  • Elgin City versus Albion Rovers
  • Forfar Athletic as opposed to Stirling Albion
  • Stranraer versus Dumbarton

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