Denmark has agreed that the top division of Danish football Superliga will resume on the 28th of month May, however, all matches will be played behind closed doors.
Denmark suspended their Superliga since 9th of March because of the global pandemic coronavirus. AGF Aarhus and Randers FC will play the first match of the resumed competition, with the regular season scheduled to finish on 26 July.
FC Midtjylland is currently topping the Denmark Superliga with 12-points over second-placed FC Copenhagen, who are the defending champions. They will be the second club in Europe to resume their league after German who is set to resume on the 16th of this month. The Italian Serie A are also planning on resuming their league likewise the English Premier League.