UEFA has confirmed that Russian teams will be barred from European competitions next season as the governing body handed down further sanctions on Monday.

Iran PressEurope: In February, the organization banned all Russian clubs and the national team from participating in UEFA competitions "until further notice" as a result of the country's invasion of Ukraine.

The ongoing conflict has resulted in Russian representatives being forced out of the competition yet again.

Russian national teams and clubs have been banned from participating in UEFA competitions "until further notice," European football's governing body announced on Monday.

Portugal, initially defeated by Russia in a playoff, will replace the country at the Women's Euro 2022 tournament scheduled for July in England, UEFA said.

Russia will not play their two matches scheduled in April for the European qualification to the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.

Russian football chiefs and figures have reacted to UEFA's latest decision to ban Russian teams and clubs from a number of upcoming competitions.

Such outfits were already prohibited from taking part in international competitions after UEFA and FIFA announced joint bans on February 28 as a response to Russia's military operation in Ukraine made on a recommendation by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).