The outbreak and spread of coronavirus has forced sports across to the board to temporarily suspend their seasons and prevent mass gatherings in stadiums.
Across the globe sports that require physical contact like basketball, ice hockey and wrestling have been completely suspended indefinitely, while football leagues have had to postpone matches across all competitions.
In England, the football league has been suspended until early April in fear that the virus could spread between fans and players. Indeed, several footballers and managers have already tested positive. Training sessions have also been postponed by many teams.
With this in mind, football teams, or at least the people who run their social media accounts have been left stumped as to what they can post, especially at 3 o'clock on a Saturday afternoon.
Take for instance Southampton, who were supposed to be playing Norwich City on Saturday. Rather than completely forget that the fixture was supposed to be taking place, they instead offered the Canaries a game of noughts and crosses instead.
Hey, @NorwichCityFC! 👋
We might as well have a game of something! Your move... https://t.co/QPTYqkSy3U