The Swiss football league will resume on 8th June after getting a confirmation from the government. The Swiss Super League got the approval on Wednesday as the teams are looking to restart practice from 11th May to prepare for the return. The matches will be played in empty stadiums as the government has banned the gathering of people till August. The government might change the decision if there is another outbreak in the country and the final call could be taken on 27th May. The Swiss league was paused in February as the country has seen close to 30,000 infections and over 1400 deaths.