With the Champions League and Europa League final stages set to take place in August, a proposed date of 12 September has been mentioned for the start of the 2020/21 Premier League season.
It has already been agreed that the quarter-finals of the Champions League and the Europa League will be played in a week in one location, with the former in Lisbon and the latter in Frankfurt.
Should any Premier League team go the distance in Europe, they are facing just a three-week break before the English top flight restarts in the proposed date in September.
Uefa are keen to minimise travelling within Europe for matches, hence the mini-tournaments taking place. However, there are still four matches to be played in the Round of 16 - Juventus v Lyon, Man City v Real Madrid, Bayern v Chelsea, and Barcelona v Napoli.
17 June: Premier League restarts (completed)
27-28 June: FA Cup quarter-finals (completed)
11-12 July: FA Cup semi-finals (completed)
26 July: 2019/20 Premier League season ends (completed)
1 August: FA Cup final (completed)
6 August: Europa League round of 16 (completed)
7 August: Champions League round of 16
10-11 August: Europa League semi-finals
12-15 August: Champions League quarter-finals
16-17 August: Europa League semi-finals
18-19 August: Champions League semi-finals
21 August: Europa League final
22 August: 2021-21 Ligue 1 season starts
23 August: Champions League final
12 September: 2020-21 Premier League season starts
12 September: 2020-21 La Liga starts
18 September: 2020-21 Bundesliga starts
20 October: 2020-21 Champions League group stage starts
22 October: 2020-21 Europa League group stage starts
*2020-21 Serie A start date unknown