Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga Seasons: What You Need To Know, Day-by-day

The coronavirus pandemic caused sports around the world to be put on hold, with Europe’s top soccer leagues among them. Ligue 1 (France) and the Eredivisie (Netherlands) were among the competitions to abandon their seasons, but those to resume include the Premier League (England), La Liga (Spain), Serie A (Italy) and Bundesliga (Germany).

With games on a daily basis between now and August — when the Champions League and Europa League will restart — ESPN FC presents a one-stop shop for everything you need to know from across Europe.

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As the Premier League returned to action, Liverpool needed just two wins to secure their first league title in 30 years. They couldn’t pick up three points in a stalemate of a Merseyside derby at Everton, but the solitary point from their goalless draw inches the Anfield outfit that much closer to the crown. In Spain, Real Madrid’s win at Real Sociedad saw Los Blancos leapfrog Barcelona at the top of the table.

Ogden: Liverpool’s wait for the title goes on a little longerRatings: Azpilicueta 8/10 as Chelsea solidify their hold on fourthRatings: Mane 8/10 but Liverpool held goalless in Merseyside derbyReports: Inter close in on Serie A’s leading pair | Madrid go top with win at SociedadSarri: Ronaldo ‘not physically at his best right now’

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Steve Nicol explains why both Liverpool and Everton will be happy with a draw in their first game back.June 20

It has been a miserable return to Premier League action for Arsenal, who were beaten again and saw their injury curse strike once more. Borussia Dortmund secured second place in Germany thanks to dynamic displays from two young stars, while Spain’s big two are arguing about referees.

Ratings: Arsenal defence implodes in shock defeat at BrightonReports: Vitolo rescues Atleti | Leicester lapse | Lewandowski bracePetrosyan: How a youth team ended up playing a Russia league gameHaaland on teammate Reyna: “He’s the American Dream”Zidane refutes Pique claim that referees favour Real Madrid

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Steve Nicol says Bayern Munich’s Champions League match will be tough after a full month break.June 19

Manchester United saw promising signs from Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba as they came from behind to earn a point at Tottenham and the title race in Spain took a new twist as Barcelona were held to a draw at Sevilla, with Lionel Messi missing the chance to score his 700th career goal.

Olley: Fernandes picks up where he left off to save Man Utd at SpursRatings: Messi misses chance for 700 as Barcelona slip up at SevillaLowe: La Liga restarts with trouble for home teams and keepersInsider Notebook: Bellingham latest, contract crunch, Arteta’s hairSane to leave Manchester City after rejecting new contractFC Daily: Spurs and Man United draw; Barcelona drop vital points

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Steve Nicol says Man United’s first penalty was “100 percent” correct, despite Jose Mourinho’s criticisms.June 18

With Karim Benzema in prime form, Real Madrid strolled to victory over Valencia to stay just two points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona. Meanwhile, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and the fallout continued from Arsenal’s defeat at Manchester City.

Ratings: Benzema gets 9/10 for golazo, brace in Real winToe Poke: What we learned from Premier League’s returnKarlsen: Why Werner will settle quickly at ChelseaMarcotti: Bayern’s eighth title incredible and problematicLuiz future decided this week | Celta sign Sevilla’s NolitoFC Daily: Madrid close on Barca; Spurs-Man United preview

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Gab Marcotti disagrees with Maurizio Sarri’s use of Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus’ defeat vs. Napoli.June 17

The Premier League resumed with goal-line technology controversy and Man City easing past woeful Arsenal. In Italy, Napoli claimed the Coppa Italia by beating Juventus on penalties, with Cristiano Ronaldo not even getting to take one. Perhaps he will win the Champions League final at home in Portugal?

Ogden: Familiar Prem feel as Man City impress, Arsenal implodeRatings: Arsenal’s 1/10 Luiz woeful | 8/10 De Bruyne stars for CityHighlights (U.S.): Napoli earn Coppa glory | Match replay | ReportReports: Dortmund woe | Atleti’s Felix stars | Villa Hawk-Eye farceGuardiola outspoken on racism | Premier League players kneelLisbon to host Champions League final, Europa League in GermanyFC Daily: Strong start for Man City; Napoli upset Juve in Coppa final

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Shaka Hislop says Juventus’ loss to Napoli exposed a variety of problems in Maurizio Sarri’s side.June 16

Just 31 days — and seven straight wins — after resuming their season, Bayern Munich sealed yet another German league title. In Spain, Ansu Fati and Lionel Messi ensured Barcelona stayed in control of La Liga. And get set for Wednesday, with Premier League resumption and Coppa Italia final.

Ogden: Premier League players set for tiring yearRatings: Messi makes sure Barcelona do enough vs. LeganesRichardson: Can Napoli deny Ronaldo and Juventus?Report: Bayern win eighth straight Bundesliga titleFC Daily: Bayern’s glory; looking ahead to the Coppa Italia final

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Gab Marcotti and Steve Nicol have varying opinions on how difficult Bayern’s Bundesliga dominance has been.June 15

The Premier League returns this week with support for Black Lives Matter, while Marcus Rashford is going above and beyond to help underprivileged children. The Champions League and Europa Leagues will not restart until August, but when it does, we can look forward to World Cup-style tournaments!

Marcotti: Zidane unhappy, Premier League and Black Lives MatterReport: Lisbon to host eight-team Champions League tournamentArteta feels positive about Aubameyang’s Arsenal futureRashford fights on for kids’ meals despite Prime Minister’s snubFC Daily: Bayern’s UCL prospects; Griezmann’s Barca impact

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Mark Ogden explains the crucial role Paul Pogba could play in Manchester United achieving a top four finish.June 14

Eden Hazard returned to action as Real Madrid responded to Barcelona’s emphatic victory with their own one-sided win against Eibar, but there was disappointment for cross-city rivals Atletico. And ahead of the Premier League’s resumption, Christian Pulisic was in friendly action for Chelsea.

Ratings: Ramos, Hazard star as Madrid close on BarcaReport: Atletico Madrid held in BilbaoMarcelo takes a knee, raises fist after scoringPulisic features in Chelsea friendly winFC Daily: Assessing the title race in La Liga

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Frank Leboeuf says Eden Hazard’s performance vs. Eibar is a positive sign for Real Madrid in the title race.June 13

La Liga champions Barcelona opened the scoring after two minutes and, with Lionel Messi in fine form, eased to victory at Mallorca. In Germany, champions-elect Bayern Munich moved within three points of the title, while Erling Haaland struck an injury-time winner for Borussia Dortmund.

Ratings: 9/10 Messi stars, Barcelona resume with easy victoryHighlights (U.S.): Napoli reach Coppa final | Match replay | ReportReports: Bayern leave it late | Haaland saves DortmundPSG manager Tuchel confirms Silva and Cavani will leaveFC Daily: Barcelona’s impressive return; Bayern edge closer

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Gab Marcotti lauds Christian Eriksen’s performance for Inter, but says Napoli’s defense was the difference.Get ready to resume: Preview content

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