Soccer was at the forefront of last week's terror attacks, as France's national team hosted Germany in Paris during the attacks. France has not seen much soccer since, as the domestic leagues of Europe were on hiatus for international competition.
On Saturday, Paris Saint-Germain, France's premier soccer club, will return to the pitch with heavy hearts. The club announced Wednesday the team's uniform for the next three games will include the inscribed words, "Je suis Paris." This translates to "I am Paris."
— PSG English (@PSG_English) November 18, 2015
PSG is on the road for two matches before returning to their home venue in Paris, Parc des Princes, on Nov. 28 against Troyes.
PSG does not play at the same stadium as the national team. International competition takes place in Stade de France, where explosions could be heard during France's match with Germany.
France finished the match against Germany and continued international competition Tuesday with a 2-0 loss in a friendly in England.