Football games will still go ahead this weekend despite the historic Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla taking place in Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6. The Premier League has confirmed that the full complement of ten games will still be held, with some fixtures moved to ease the pressure on the capital. West Ham’s home game with Manchester United has been moved from Saturday to Sunday, whilst Fulham’s home clash with Leicester has been moved to Monday, which has been declared an additional Bank Holiday across the UK. Liverpool’s trip to Brentford will now take place at 5.30pm on Saturday having been moved from its original slot earlier in the day. The only game to be held in London on Saturday will be Tottenham vs Crystal Palace, with kick-off at 3pm. The Premier League has also suggested clubs should consider displaying depictions of King Charles on stadium screens, along with items in matchday programmes, messages over the PA and through official social media channels. The final day of the Championship, League One and League Two seasons have been moved to later in the Bank Holiday weekend, with League One games starting at 12pm on Sunday, League Two fixtures beginning from 12.30pm on Monday and Championship matches wrapping up the EFL action from 3pm on Monday.