France has placed a temporary ban on traveling supporters for upcoming league games due to security concerns in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Play resumed last weekend in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 without away fans, and the French League (LFP) announced that ban would extend until at least mid-December.
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A statement from the LFP said the ban was “because of a lack of availability of security forces during the state of emergency” as security has been tightened throughout the country. Paris is also hosting a United Nations summit from November 30-December 11.
Not only will league games be affected, but also European competition, as PSG is set to host Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League on December 8.
Paris Saint-Germain currently sits atop the Ligue 1 table, the only team remaining without a loss. Just 14 matches into the season, PSG already has a 13-point lead over second place Lyon.