French security forces have conducted a controlled explosion outside the Stade de France in Paris just hours before tonight's European Championships quarter final.
France are due to take on minnows Iceland who unceremoniously dumped England out of the competition earlier this week.
Fans approaching the stadium reported hearing a loud bang and were told by police they could not continue because of the security scare.
ISIS terrorists tried to attack the Stade de France in November as part of a co-ordinated attack on Paris which included the massacre inside the Bataclan theatre.
Terrorist killed 130 people as they rampaged though Paris on Friday, November 13 as France was due to play Germany in a friendly match.
At least two terrorists tried to access the stadium. The first detonated his suicide vest after he was turned away by a security guard.