Dublin's Aviva Stadium "stands ready to host English football clubs' European games next week" if Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are unable to stage their own games in the grieving country

Dublin's Aviva Stadium will reportedly host European games for English clubs next week. 

This weekend's Premier League as well as EFL games have been postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and the country is set for ten days of national mourning. 

Top clubs Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea  

...and Manchester City are all in the Champions League 

Attention will now turn to the fate of the midweek European games.  

...Manchester United are in the Europa League... 

...and West Ham United. 

..next week, while Arsenal and...  

Which sporting events were affected after the Queen's death?

– Football The Premier League has announced that all games this weekend have been postponed in honour of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday at the age of 96.


– Cricket Friday's match between England and South Africa at the Oval and all scheduled Rachel Highhoe Flint Trophy matches have been cancelled.


– Rugby union Northampton have announced the postponement of their Premier League Rugby Cup match against the Saracens scheduled for Thursday night.