Jonathan Tannenwald covers soccer for the Inquirer and Daily News.

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MLS, NWSL to keep players off field for another week

Both leagues said their players are to stay in their respective markets while the training moratoriums are in place.

Union shut down all operations until at least Monday; Concacaf suspends men’s Olympic qualifying

Players can still use team facilities for individual workouts, but there will be no formal practice sessions until Monday at the earliest.

MLS, U.S. national teams and European soccer leagues shut down because of coronavirus

MLS is suspended for 30 days, U.S. national team games in March and April have been canceled, and all the major European leagues have stopped playing.

While coronavirus stops most of soccer world, Mexico and Australia play on

Here’s a look at some games on tap this weekend that you can watch.

U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro resigns amid USWNT equal pay lawsuit fiasco

Cordeiro was the public face of the U.S. Soccer Federation's defense. A recent legal filing cited physical differences between men and women as a reason to pay the women’s team less.

NCAA cancels men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to coronavirus

The decision comes as the NBA and MLS have suspended their seasons, and many Division I conferences stopped men’s basketball tournaments that started this week.

Coronavirus causes postponement of NBC’s Premier League fan fest in Philadelphia from April to autumn

NBC made the decision as a report said that Mayor Kenney will announce a ban on all public gatherings of more than 1,000 people.

College basketball conferences stop tournaments due to coronavirus

The Big East became the last major basketball conference to cancel its men's conference tournament, calling off the event at halftime of Thursday’s game between St. John’s and Creighton at Madison Square Garden.

NCAA bars fans from March Madness basketball tournaments

The men's Final Four will still be played but probably not in a football stadium in Atlanta. First-round venues are expected to remain the same.

Penn, Ivy League cancel entire spring sports season due to coronavirus

Penn Relays officials said the event is still on despite some big changes.