Fans will be allowed to attend Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) games starting on Sunday, and Korea Professional Football League (K League) matches starting 1 August.
South Korean football club FC Seoul apologise for using sex dolls instead of mannequins to fill empty stadium seats
South Korean football club FC Seoul have apologised after they used sex dolls instead of mannequins to fill seats during a K League match at their empty stadium on Sunday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Football returns as South Korea's K-League kicks off with fans watching from afar
The football was not filled with fans but giant yellow and white cards saying “#CU SOON STAY STRONG” were placed on empty seats, while coaches and substitutes wore face masks.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Faroe Islands' Betri League garners international spotlights as world deals with football shutdown
The windswept north Atlantic archipelago, with a population of about 50,000, is among the first countries where professional football is resuming after the coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus Outbreak: After baseball, top-tier football league to resume in South Korea with empty stadiums
The K-League had been scheduled to start 29 February but on that day there were 909 infections of the virus, the country’s highest daily total
Coronavirus Outbreak: South Korea's top-flight K-League to start on 8 May as country gradually lifts restrictions
The league was suspended when South Korea went into lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, and players have recently returned to training this week
Coronavirus Outbreak: South Korean officials considering shortened K-League season, yet to settle on new start date
Representatives of the 12 clubs that make up the K-League met to discuss plans for the new season, which was halted ahead of its original 29 February start as the nation was hit by the coronavirus outbreak
Former Bolton Wanderers and Crystal Palace winger Lee Chung-yong has signed up for South Korean side Ulsan Hyundai, the K-League club announced on Wednesday.
'Why didn't you play?' South Korean fan flies to Sweden to harangue Cristiano Ronaldo after missing pre-season friendly
In an 11-minute clip posted on his Youtube channel, which has racked up nearly 3,000,000 views, Kwak Ji-hyuk approaches Cristiano Ronaldo at a hotel in Stockholm
Police raid South Korean sports agency in Seoul over Cristiano Ronaldo no-show in Juventus pre-season friendly
A criminal complaint accuses agency The Fasta of swindling nearly 6 billion won (US$4.9 million) worth of ticket sales by saying the contract with Juventus obliged Cristiano Ronaldo to play for at least 45 minutes, and not warning buyers that he might not appear.
Serie A: South Korea's K-League accuses Juventus of 'deception' after Cristiano Ronaldo no-show in friendly
The football body accused Juventus of a breach of contract by not playing Ronaldo, rejecting its explanation that he was rested on medical advice
Furious South Korea football fans to sue sports agency after Cristiano Ronaldo fails to make appearance in Juventus' pre-season friendly
When the organisers first announced Juventus' game in Seoul, it was said that Ronaldo's contract stipulated that he will have to play at least 45 minutes
Cristiano Ronaldo sits out friendly to annoyance of Korean fans as Juventus play out draw with K-League all-star team
Juventus midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo remained on the bench throughout the game ignoring appeals from the crowd to lace up his boots in the friendly encounter.
Former Middlesbrough, Werder Bremen striker Lee Dong-gook sets K-League record for most appearances by outfielder
Lee Dong-gook made his professional debut with Pohang Steelers in 1998 and has scored a record 215 goals in the K-League and is the joint all-time AFC Champions League top scorer with 36