PSG have announced that the players will wear the words “Je suis Paris” on their strips as a tribute to victims of last Friday’s terror attacks.
The French champions return to Ligue 1 action for the first time since the tragedy on Saturday when they travel to Lorient.
By Connor Boylan – Lead Football Writer – @connor_boylan
And the club revealed on Twitter tonight that they will display the special message of solidarity underneath the badge of their navy blue home kit for the match.
— PSG English (@PSG_English) November 18, 2015
At least 129 people were killed when the seven coordinated attacks hit the French capital, including a suicide bomb blast at the Stade de France during the national side’s Friendly against world champions Germany.
The footballing world has been doing all it can to show its support for the people of France since last Friday’s events.
Both English and French players united ahead of their friendly at Wembley on Tuesday night to sing the French national anthem.
Both teams then stood intertwined around the centre circle to observe a minute’s silence for those killed in the attacks.