The Brazilian soccer league Serie-A is also not going to stop in the international break implemented by FIFA. The information has been confirmed in the league's 2020 calendar. According to reports, the Brazilian Football Confederation (SPF) has issued a statement stating that the season will start from 9 August and will end on 24 February 2021. The club plays twice a week, including Christmas and New Year.
Serie-A was scheduled to resume in May but had to be postponed due to coronavirus. FIFA's international window will have breaks from 3 to 8 September, 8 to 13 October, 12 to 17 November. Many leagues stop in this break due to international competition, but CBF President Rogerio Caboclo has said that due to coronavirus, the problem is increasing.
The chairman said, "This is how we are going to complete our program." Kneembol has postponed the program in mid-March and has still announced a new program.