I hope that you’re all doing well, and that you’re all enjoying the cooler weather now that we’re in September.
Speaking of September, this year the English Premier League (England’s highest soccer league) started in September.⚽
(By the way, in the UK, we usually say “football”, rather than “soccer”.)
Usually, the Premier League (along with many other European leagues) starts in August, with the first games of each new season regularly being played on hot, sunny days.
Each season then reaches a finale in May of the following year, with the finals of cup competitions (such as the FA Cup and UEFA Champions League) being played.
In some years, football returns in June in the form of international competitions, such as the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship (although, this year, Euro 2020 couldn’t be played).
However, because the 2019-2020 Premier League season finished in July this year, the start of the 2020-2021 season was put back to September.
If any of you reading this are fans of the English Premier League, I hope that you enjoyed the first games of the new season!
Take care everyone, and thanks for reading!🌟