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The French parliament passed a law banning professional football matches from taking place in France on 5 May in memory of the victims of the Furiani stadium disaster in Corsica in 1992.

On 5 May, 1992, a stand at Bastia’s Furiani collapsed before a French Cup semifinal against Olympique de Marseille, killing 18 and injuring more than 2 300.

The ban had previously met opposition from the French League and the French federation.

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The law, which had been voted on by the National Assembly last year, has been adopted after the Senate voted in favour on Thursday.

The law covers matches in Ligue 1, Ligue 2, French Cup and the Trophy of Champions.

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