UEFA Euro 2016 was marked by violence.
The move has been made to protect children.
This time, Lille was the scene for clashes between Russian and English fans and police.
The move follows days of violence in Marseille.
Chairman Greg Dyke wrote an open letter to UEFA concerned about blaming English fans for violence.
Trouble flared in the Stade Velodrome on Saturday evening.
Trouble flared between supporters and French youths.