Major League Soccer announced Thursday the 2020 season has been suspended for 30 days because of the coronavirus outbreak:
The decision follows Wednesday's announcement that the NBA season has been suspended. President Donald Trump has also imposed a ban on incoming travel from 26 European countries.
La Liga also confirmed Thursday that football in Spain's top two tiers has be suspended for a minimum of two weeks.
The UEFA Champions League and Europa League are also set to be suspended until further notice, according to German Bona of Sport.
Europe's governing body has confirmed a meeting set for Tuesday to discuss the response to the outbreak and all "all domestic and European competitions:"
UEFA has already confirmed that Manchester City's Champions League last-16 second leg against Real Madrid and Juventus' fixture with Lyon have been postponed:
Juventus confirmed Wednesday that defender Daniele Rugani has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid have announced their squad has been placed in quarantine after a member of the club's basketball team—which shares facilities with the football club—tested positive for the virus.
L'Equipe (h/t Get French Football News) has reported UEFA will announce all leagues and European competition will be suspended and Euro 2020 will be moved to next year.
International football has also been affected. South American governing body CONMEBOL has asked FIFA to suspend March's 2020 World Cup qualifiers, per the Associated Press (h/t ESPN).
All U.S. men's national team and U.S. women's national team games scheduled for March and April have also been called off:
U.S. Soccer @ussoccer
Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic across the world, U.S. Soccer has canceled the upcoming #USMNT & #USWNT games in March & April, and the majority of #USYNT and Extended National Team matches and camps that were planned through the end of April.
The Premier League remains one of the few high-profile competitions yet to be halted but has still been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Arsenal's clash with Manchester City on Wednesday was called off after some players came into contact with Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis, who has contracted the virus.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has also confirmed three of his players have displayed symptoms and been isolated from the rest of the squad.