France Fans Shut Down Paris After 2018 FIFA World Cup Win

The nation celebrates its second title.

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With France being crowned FIFA World Champions for the second time earlier this month — exactly 20 years after the country first won the World Cup — the team’s fans shut down Paris. After the fans had celebrated — and flooded the city — France’s victorious team also made an appearance, with the squad showing off the trophy on the Champs-Elysees.

As well as shutting down the city, France fans also led to riot police being called to a Nike store over the launch of the new kit, while even JAY-Z and Beyoncé joined in the celebrations. Take a look at a recap of the Paris celebrations in the gallery above.

In other football-related news, France’s Kylian Mbappé donated all of his winnings to charity.

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