Recently, the Iranian Football Association officially announced that the Iranian Super League will be restarted on June 11, and all the matches will be held empty. Irans Premier League still has nine games this season. At present, Persepolis ranks first with 47 points, 10 points ahead of second place Sepahan, and is very hopeful to win the League four consecutive titles.
According to the AFC official website, the Palestinian top and secondary leagues will be restarted on June 12, and the competition will focus on three stadiums and be held empty.
At present, the k-league of South Korea, the Turkmen Super League and other Asian leagues have reopened, and the Iranian League and the Palestinian League have also set a restart date.