Turkey take on Croatia in their opening Euro 2016 Group D game at the Parc de Paris today.
There were fears of crowd trouble leading into the game following incidents in Marseille between sets of England, Russian and French fans.
However, Turkish and Croatian fans have been celebrating together in the streets of Paris and so far there have been hardly any reported incidents.
— Turkish-Football.com (@Turkish_Futbol) June 12, 2016
Croatia and Turkey are both renowned for having passionate fans with notorious ultra groups however, both sets of supporters have been celebrating together in mixed zones across Paris since the early morning.
Turkey face Croatia for the third time in a major international tournament.
Croatia beat Turkey 1-0 in Euro 1996 but the Crescent Stars got their own back in Euro 2008.
Semih Senturk equalised for Turkey just one minute after conceding a 119th minute goal against Croatia to take the game to penalties.
Turkey won the game on a penalty shoot out to progress to the semi-final only to lose 3-2 to Germany.