There will be no games this weekend in Italy's top flight after the 25-year-old tragically passed away after collapsing during his team's Serie B match against Pescara
This weekend's entire Italian football calendar, including week 33 of the Serie A season, has been postponed after the tragic death of Livorno's Piermario Morosini on Saturday afternoon.
The FIGC has confirmed the news after the 25-year-old was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital after collapsing during a Serie B fixture against Pescara.
Morosini had been on-loan to the Tuscan outfit from Udinese, with his parent club due to face Inter on Saturday evening.
It had originally been thought that all fixtures would go ahead, with a minute's silence being observed at each match, but Antonello Valentini, director general of the FIGC, has confirmed that all football scheduled for this weekend will be rearranged for a later date.