Major sport is gradually planning its staggered return to our screens, as decision-makers seek safe ways to reboot events during the coronavirus pandemic.
Much of the sporting world was frozen in February and March in reaction to the Covid-19 outbreak, and while some major events like the Olympic Games and Euro 2020 were postponed for 12 months, some competitions have already cautiously restarted under strict regulations, like the Bundesliga, German football's top tier.
The Premier League will resume on 17 June in a bid to limit the financial damage of the pandemic and retain the sporting integrity of the competition. Spectators will not be allowed in stadiums but all of the remaining 92 games will be broadcast live on UK television.
A number of events are expected to continue as planned, albeit without fans at the venue, like Royal Ascot in June, while others like the Tour de France and the French Open have been moved to the autumn, as has the London Marathon.
The Formula One season has been drastically reduced, with several grands prix cancelled including Melbourne and Monaco, and 12 remaining dates running between 5 July and 29 November.
In the US, baseball and basketball are set for July with the return of the MLB, subject to successful salary negotiations, and the NBA. The new NFL season is scheduled to begin on 11 September.
Here are latest return dates and details:
|FOOTBALL||Premier League||17 June||All remaining 92 games to be broadcast live across Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon Prime. Aiming to conclude by 2 August|
|FA Cup||27 June||Final set for 1 August|
|Champions League/Europa||TBC||Uefa meeting on 17 June to decide plans|
|Internationals||TBC||Uefa meeting on 17 June to decide plans|
|Football League||20 June||Championship only from weekend of 20 June, L1/L2 ended|
|Women's football||Cancelled||Season void|
|US Open||31 Aug-13 Sep||Still scheduled for Aug/Sep. Confirmation expected in June|
|French Open||24 Sept-4 Oct|
|RUGBY UNION||Gallagher Premiership||15 Aug||Originally 27 June, now training from mid-June, start in August|
|Internationals||Oct - TBC||Finish 2020 6N + new November schedule|
|CRICKET||Internationals||8 July||Engand vs West Indies three-Test series, 16 + 24 July at Old Trafford|
|County||TBC||Could return in August with socially distanced crowds|
|F1||2020 season||3-5 July||Austrian GP 3-5 July, again on 10-12 July, Hungary GP 17-19 July|
|BOXING||Joshua vs Pulev||TBC||20 June postponed, 25 July reserve date unlikely|
|Fury vs Wilder III||TBC||18 July postponed|
|General||9 June - TBC||Will resume in Las Vegas|
|GOLF||PGA Championship||6-9 Aug||Full golf calendar|
|US Open||17-20 September|
|Ryder Cup||22-27 September||Actual dates of 25-27 Sept|
|PGA Tour||11-14 June||Starts with Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas|
|European Tour||22-25 July||Starts with British Masters in Newcastle|
|CYCLING||Tour de France||29 Aug-20 Sep|
|World Tour||1 August||Returns with rescheduled Strade Bianche|
|US SPORT||NFL||11 September||Pre-season games 7 Aug - 4 Sept|
|NBA||July TBC||Announcement expected early June|
|MLB||July TBC||Salary negotiations mean season is in doubt|
|NHL||June/July TBC||Reduced season|
|HORSE RACING||Royal Ascot||16-20 June||Set to go ahead as planned behind closed doors, pending gov approval|
|Epsom Derby||Jul/Aug TBC||Saturday in July or August, behind closed doors|
|SNOOKER||World Championships||31 July - 16 August|
|ATHLETICS||London Marathon||4 October|