Juventus fans watch the La Liga final between Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid live on Loma Primaeta stadium.
Juventus beat Real Madrid 4-2.
http://t.co/yV6K0hjqpZ pic.twitter.com/dYk8zD8JtZ — La Liga (@LACliga) June 17, 2019 It was the first time a major earthquake hit Italy in over 20 years, triggering a series of tremors that devastated much of the country.
The tremors caused power outages, widespread power outage and even led to the evacuation of the capital, Rome.
The city has been shut down since Wednesday.
La Liga is currently in its ninth season and will be its last, although a new league will be formed for 2021.
It will be named La Liga de Segunda B, with the new league set to start in 2019.
It will be the first season in which the new Serie A will be promoted, although there is a chance that it could be a division of two divisions.
The new league would start in 2020, with an automatic qualification to the Champions League for the top four teams.
Real Madrid will face Lazio in the Europa League in 2018, which is the first division to have a league championship since 1986.
Juventus have not won a Serie A title since winning the Serie A in 2011.
Lazio have won four Serie A titles in the past 10 seasons.
Ahead of the match, the local mayor, Giancarlo Simeoni, appealed to people not to go out in the cold, which had caused problems for residents.
The quake was followed by another strong aftershock at 5:48pm local time, which was followed in the afternoon by a second powerful aftershock.
It lasted for 20 minutes.
According to the US Geological Survey, a 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit the city of Piazza delle Fortuna in northern Italy, which killed at least 14 people.
Italy has more earthquakes than any other country, according to the United Nations.
More: The US Geological survey says there have been 3,974 earthquakes in 2017, compared to just 1,058 in 2016.