The Football Association have expressed their sympathies and say they will pay tribute to those included in Wednesday’s incident in central London at Wembley stadium this Sunday.
There have been various fatalities in what police have described as ‘a terrorist attack’ in Westminster with at least one police officer and three others having lost their lives.
FA chairman Greg Clarke is in Germany for the friendly match in Dortmund and says that there will be a tribute before the World Cup qualifier in the capital this end of the week.
He stated: “Our thoughts are with all of those who have been affected by this terrible incident.”
“We will be recognising the bravery of the security services and all those involved at the England v Lithuania match on Sunday.”
Sky Germany sources have said there are no plans for a minute’s silence before Wednesday night’s match at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.