The Danish league resumed on Thursday, the ball has been rolling in Germany for two weeks and the countdown has started in England, Italy and Spain. Which European leagues also represent a resumption? And where did the season definitively end?

Belgium: The Jupiler Pro League is no longer resumed. Club Brugge was declared champion on May 15, but the cup final will still be played. On August 1, Bruges will play double against Royal Antwerp.

Germany: Since Saturday, May 16, behind closed doors, matches will be played again in the First and Second Bundesliga, which will continue until the end of June. The tournament for the DFB-Pokal will also be completed.

Denmark: The Superligaen resumed on Thursday-evening with Aarhus GF-Randers FC (1-1) in an empty Ceres Park Stadium.

England: The Premier League decided on Thursday that the season will continue on 17 June with the catch-up games Manchester City-Arsenal and Aston Villa-Sheffield United. A full round will follow in the weekend of 19, 20 and 21 June.

The Bundesliga was the first European top league to resume. (Photo: Pro Shots)

France: The French league is no longer resumed. Leader Paris Saint-Germain has been named champion.

Hungary: The OTP Bank Liga, as the highest Hungarian league is called, resumed Friday, May 23. League-leader Ferencvaros won 2-1 against Debrecen that day and is heading for the league title.

Italy: Serie A received the green light from the government on Thursday and will be resumed behind closed doors on June 20. A week earlier, on June 13, all returns from the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia will be played.

Cristiano Ronaldo leads Juventus in Serie A. (Picture: Getty Images)

Netherlands: At the end of April it was decided that the Eredivisie season will not be completed. No champion has been declared and no club has been relegated.

Austria: The Austrian Bundesliga continues on 3 June. LASK, which wants to become champion for the first time since 1965, took the lead, but not anymore. The club was deducted six points on Thursday because it already trained two weeks ago without keeping a meter and a half away.

Portugal: Portimonense against Gil Vicente is the first game in the Primeira Liga on June 3 at 8 p.m. Ten more rounds have to be completed. Leader FC Porto has only one point ahead of Benfica.

Russia: On May 15, it is determined that the Premjer League will be resumed on June 21. Zenit is at the top and is nine points ahead of Krasnodar and Lokomotiv Moscow. There are eight rounds to go.

Scotland: On May 18, it was decided that the Scottish Premiership season should not resume, then Celtic was named champion.

In Scotland, Celtic has been named champion. (Photo: Getty Images)

Spain: On May 23, the Spanish government agreed to finish the season in La Liga. The city derby between Seville and Real Betis is likely to be the first league game in three months on June 11 or 12.

Turkey: The Turkish Süper Lig resumes on June 12 and the season is over at the end of July. Of course you play behind closed doors.

Belarus: The Belarusian Vysheyshaya Liga is the only European league that has continued with the public despite the corona outbreak. BATE Borisov takes the lead.

Switzerland: The Swiss government gave permission at the end of April to resume the Super League after June 8, but the clubs still have to solve the necessary financial and health issues. A meeting is scheduled for Friday.