Football matches in French stadiums start with a minute’s silence for victims of violence


A minute’s silence will be organized before all matches this weekend in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 to commemorate the victims of violence, the French professional league (LFP) said on Wednesday.


The minute’s silence will be a tribute to the French teacher Dominique Bernard who was stabbed in Arras on October 13, to the two Swedish supporters who were murdered in Brussels on Monday evening, and to the “countless victims of the recent dramatic events in Israel and the Palestinian territories ”, it sounds.

On Tuesday evening, at the request of UEFA, a minute’s silence was held for all European Championship qualifying matches after the murder of two Swedish football fans in Brussels.

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