The French Football Federation has following last night’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, including bombs at the Stade de France where the home side was taking on Germany in a friendly said that there are serious concerns for fans safety at next summer’s tournament and that things will need to be revaluated.
Speaking after the attacks FFF President Noel Le Great said: ‘The French Football Federation shares the emotion that shakes the nation following the tragic events of Friday in Paris and around the Stade de France.’
‘The FFF shares the grief of the bereaved families and relatives.’
Le Great also told L’Equipe: ‘For the Euro, there was already a big worry. Today it’s obviously stronger.’
France is due to play England in a friendly Tuesday night at Wembley, but that match may now be cancelled due to the events that took place.
‘It’s a very serious and tragic matter,’ an FA spokesman said following England’s 2-0 defeat to Spain.
‘If there is any update on the match on Tuesday we will announce in due course.
‘We will liaise with the French Football Federation over the weekend.
‘The FA sends its deep condolences to the victims of this tragic event but to say anything else would be inappropriate.’