The Paris metro has temporarily renamed six stations in honour of France’s World Cup victors, as the capital prepares to salute their return.
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.
The World Cup winners will take an open-top bus along the central avenue in the heart of Paris later on Monday.
France beat Croatia 4-2 on Sunday.
Zagreb was also preparing to welcome back the runners-up, with a parade through the centre of the Croatian capital on Monday afternoon. Local authorities made public transport free to enable as many people as possible to join the party.
Fans partied across France overnight, but celebrations in some cities were marred by violence.
Police fired tear gas as sporadic clashes broke out in Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg and Rouen and 292 people were detained, according to French reports.