Euro 2016, the continent’s quadrennial soccer championship, will take place in France this summer. The final will take place at the Stade de France, the same stadium outside which some of Friday’s bombings took place, and security is expected to be tight during the month-long tournament.
“It makes us [people] think and we’ll see what happens in future. A thought also goes to the risks around the Euro 2016 now. Those in charge must take the necessary measures,” Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci said, per the Independent. “In the end, the innocent are the ones who pay the price for all this, because of people who just want to hurt others.”