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English football will once again pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. Disappeared last Thursday after 70 years of reign, his disappearance triggered many men on the football planet, to the point that the Premier League went dormant the weekend after his death. And before his funeral scheduled for Monday, the round ball will again roll on the lawns of the kingdom, but will stop at a specific minute.
A tribute to the 70th
Indeed, the Premier League announced that a minute of applause would be respected on all green rectangles at the 70th minute of play, to pay tribute to the queen and her 70 years of reign. In addition, a minute’s silence will be observed at the start of matches, followed by the English national anthem. A weekend that promises to be emotionally charged.
All Premier League matches this weekend will provide an opportunity for football to come together to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
There will be a minute’s silence, followed by the National Anthem.
At 70 minutes, fans will be invited to applaud The Queen’s 70-year reign. pic.twitter.com/TW0trqeOkv
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) September 14, 2022
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, football will resume its rights in England, the Premier League clubs are planning a special tribute, with a minute of applause scheduled for the 70th minute, for her 70 years of reign.