The Uzbek Professional Football League (PFL), the top level league, will resume from June 5, according to a decision by the Special Republican Commission to Combat Coronavirus, with matches to be held without spectators.
Because of the global spread of the Coronavirus and travel restrictions implemented by many countries around the World, the Local Organizing Committee decided to postpone the Asian Championships, that was due to be held 16-25 April in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to a yet unknown date.
In preparation for the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifier on March 31 against Yemen, Uzbekistan will hold a training camp between 18-24 February in the UAE with only home-based players.
The younger son-in-law of the President Shavkat Mirziyoev has been elected as the head of the newly created Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Central Asian Confederation, which will be headquartered in Tashkent.
The international Navruz marathon will be held March 22 in Tashkent. Four distances - 42 km, 21 km, 3 km and 1.5 km will be offered. Only those who are 18 years of age or older will be able to participate in the first two distances, with no age limit set for the last two distances.
Uzbekistan national team’s scheduled friendly match against Kazakhstan on March 26 in Tashkent was cancelled, reportedly by the decision of the new Kazakhstan head coach Michal Bilek. The coach reportedly saw no benfit for the national team to play against an Asian side.