The Swiss Super League has been suspended until March 23 due to the coronavirus outbreak as the country will look to take precautionary measures.
The Swiss Super League will have to take a break on their current season after the coronavirus crisis has forced them to take precautionary measures.
More than 20 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Switzerland, with two students and a teacher being placed in quarantine.
Following the decision from the Swiss Super League (SFL) to suspend top-flight and second tier games, the first set of matches will be played on April 4 due to the international break.
An SFL statement said on the league’s website: “On Monday, the 20 clubs discussed various solutions intensively and decided to put the championship on hold until March 23 and the start of the national team break.
“If the authorities do not extend the ban on events beyond March 15, the championship will be resumed and continued as usual.
The Swiss Super League are the first in Europe to indefinitely suspend their league for a while and the Serie A could likely join after series of games have already been postponed.