Big-time soccer officially has ground to a halt in France.

Prime minister Edouard Philippe announced Tuesday that France will prohibit professional soccer games from taking place until at least September due to the coronavirus pandemic. Philippe’s announcement effectively ends the Ligue 1 (French first division) and Ligue 2 campaigns with roughly 10 rounds of play remaining on their respective schedules.

“The big sporting affairs cannot occur before September,” Philippe told France’s National Assembly, per The Guardian’s Ed Aarons.