UEFA has confirmed its club competitions remain suspended until further notice, while all of June's international matches have been postponed.
The federation announced on Wednesday that major fixtures would be suspended indefinitely, including qualifiers for the women's Euro 2021.
The federation's decision comes as the latest step taken in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which has all but shut down most of the football world.
Most of the world's leagues have been suspended as a result of the outbreak, and plenty of uncertainty remains when it comes to the potential return date of professional football.
Originally, a series of play-offs that were cancelled during the March international break were scheduled to be played in June, as 16 teams battled for the final four spots in the summer tournament.
However, UEFA confirmed that those matches will now be pushed back indefinitely as the scope of the coronavirus pandemic has become more clear.
At club level, UEFA reaffirmed the federation's stance that all other UEFA matches, including the Champions League and Europa League, remain postponed until further notice.
Deadlines related to the registration of players for next season's Champions League have also been postponed with UEFA stating that the federation would set new deadlines in due course.