French fans give hero welcome to "Les Bleus" World Cup champions

French fans give hero welcome to

French fans give hero welcome to "Les Bleus" World Cup champions

But that will not be the only tribute, as the office of Macron said on Monday that France's players will all be awarded the Legion of Honour, the highest recognition for "exceptional service" to the country.

He also promised unions that his presidency was entering a "new phase" in which he would listen to them more closely after a year of whirlwind reform in which he largely ignored their protests.

People celebrate France's victory in the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup final football match between France and Croatia, on the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris on July 15, 2018.

Just before the world cup French midfielder Paul Pogba has posted a video of himself at the holiest site of Islam in Saudi Arabia, as he prepares to join his French squad for the World Cup next month.

Newspapers hailed a second World Cup for France, after their first victory on home soil in 1998.

Macron had already celebrated with the team on Sunday after attending the final in Moscow, to project a more modern image as a president in touch with the masses.

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After France won the World Cup on Sunday, defeating Croatia 4-2, Mbappe was in line to receive about $500,000.

In honor of the returning heroes, several of Paris' metro stops have been temporarily renamed.

Teenage World Cup victor Kylian Mbappe is giving his bonus to an association that puts sports in the lives of hospitalized children.

The first came back in 1998 - Didier Deschamps, who is now the head coach, was a squad player at the time.

The team's appearance on the Champs-Elysees will be followed by a reception at the presidential palace.

Celebrations were spread across the nation, and among still-dazed French players themselves. The French Football Federation supported the producers, who said that the federation's president, Noël Le Graet, and managing director, Florence Hardouin, played an essential part in getting it made.

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