- England's friendly against France to go ahead
- Match scheduled for Tuesday at Wembley
- French star Diarra lost relative in attacks
The French Football Federation (FFF) and English Football Association (FA) both issued statements Saturday to confirm the match would be played.
There had been reports that it would be canceled in the aftermath of Friday's events which saw an area close to the Stade de France targeted while France played world champion Germany in a friendly international.
Explosions, which eventually claimed the lives of four people, could clearly be heard in the stadium
although the match, won 2-0 by France, did continue to the final whistle.
It later emerged that Diarra, who played in the match, lost a relative -- a female cousin -- during the attacks.
Marseille midfielder Diarra made the revelation on his official Twitter account, signing off with the hashtag #prayforpeace.