The Swiss Football League (SFL), detained like most of the European continent by the coronavirus pandemic, is ready to return to action on the pitch, and To this end, in cooperation with the Institute of Infectious Diseases of the University of Bern, it has submitted a detailed report to the Federal Office of Sports on possible scenarios for the resumption of training. and the organization of matches behind closed doors. The SFL, as indicated in a statement, which considers that this documentation can serve as a basis for making a decision on professional football, is pending the approval of the health authorities. The SFL project explicitly contains scenarios for the possible return to action and further considers that “it could also serve as a foundation for all Swiss sports”, as well as understands that they can be used as an aid to the general concept of sport, which aims to expose how training, competitions and sports activities can take place again within the framework of prevention measures that the authorities continue to apply. The Swiss League understands that with its resumption, albeit behind closed doors, combined with a risk management concept and under scientific supervision, a positive signal would be sent to return to normal soon.The SFL sent this documentation to their clubs and informed them of the procedures. In the coming days they will have a meeting to go further to specify the various issues and scenarios put on the table. In addition, he asked the authorities to send him his vision with a binding timetable for the resumption of training and matches.