Lifted from the bbc website.
There are also concerns over the lower-league football season, which was due to start on October 17th.
That date was chosen with a view to having fans in the stadium, which would bring the revenue needed for clubs to function.
It's also unclear what new restrictions might mean for testing protocols among clubs in the Scottish Championship, League One and League Two.
Current rules mean those teams could face each other without regular testing, but that may also be reviewed.
Sporting bodies in England have already written to the Westminster government asking for financial assistance.