The Paris Metro has temporarily renamed six stations in honour of France's World Cup victors, BBC reports.
The French coach's name features at two stops. Notre-Dame des Champs becomes Notre Didier Deschamps while one of the central stops is renamed Deschamps Elysées-Clémenceau.
Victor Hugo station has been temporarily changed to Victor Hugo Lloris, after the France goalkeeper, while Bercy was being renamed Bercy Les Bleus, and Charles de Gaulle-Etoile was changing to On a 2 Etoiles (We've got 2 stars).
The World Cup winners will take an open-top bus along the central avenue in the heart of Paris later today, July 16.