Change of program, or rather of place.

The November 13 meeting between France and Kazakhstan will not take place in Saint-Denis, as planned.

This 2022 World Cup qualifying match has been moved to Parc des Princes.

The PSG enclosure had not hosted the Blues since October 11, 2013, and a triumph against Australia in a friendly (6-0, including a double from Giroud and a goal from Benzema).

In a press release, the FFF indicates that it was informed on Friday of the impossibility of using its usual setting by the Prefecture of Police, "due to the work of the future Charles-de-Gaulle Express".

"The RER B line will be closed and major disruptions on the Transilien K and TER located in the North and North-East areas of Paris are expected on November 13".

No reference is made to the Paris and Saint-Denis attacks on November 13, 2015.

For ticket holders, no worries, assures the Fédé: “a new ticket office will be opened” and they “will be contacted individually and will be fully reimbursed”.

“Priority purchasing for the Parc des Princes will be offered to them,” adds the FFF, knowing that the capacity will drop from 81,000 to 48,000 seats with this change of stadium.


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