A day after the Georgia World Cup final ended in tears, the country’s final has been postponed due to the Zika virus.
The final will be played in Tbilis capital Tbiliyat, the capital of Georgia’s former Soviet Union, on Thursday (local time).
The final is being postponed to March 21 due to a health risk.
It is being held to honour the late football star and Paralympic medallist Yordan Balyagui.
On Thursday, the tournament said there would be “no spectators at the stadium” as the team had “precautionary measures in place”.
The event was to be held on the same day as the final between the host and host nation, Russia, which had been scheduled for March 18.
It was postponed for a week because of a “health issue”.
In the first match, Georgia’s Tbileni Olympians took on Georgia’s Abkhazian Football Association.
Ahead of the match, there was concern over the virus, with many in Tgazantum fearing that it could spread to the capital.
In the end, it was the Georgian team who won, 2-0.
Georgia is the first country to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Georgia has been competing in the Paralympics since 2008.