Germany team back home after Paris terror attacks
Nov. 14, 2015
BERLIN (AP) — The German national soccer team is back home after spending Friday night at the Stade de France stadium because of the terror attacks in Paris.
The German football federation (DFB) says the team landed back in Frankfurt on Saturday morning. The World Cup winners had been due to return to their hotel after the friendly game against France but stayed inside the stadium after two explosions went off outside during the game.
Germany is due to play the Netherlands in Hannover on Tuesday but has delayed its journey. All team activities scheduled for Sunday have been cancelled.
DFB vice-president Reinhard Rauball says a decision on the game will be made later "but I think you can't give way to terror."