Monaco players trained at the Westfalenstadion after their Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund was postponed.
The Dortmund team bus was at the centre of three explosions as it made its way to the stadium from the team hotel.
Defender Marc Bartra was the only person injured in the blasts and was taken to hospital with cuts to his arm, caused by broken glass.
The quarter-final first leg is set to go ahead on Wednesday evening.
Fans inside the stadium were evacuated calmly after being urged to wait inside while the matter was dealt with.
Once the evacuation had been completed, Monaco’s players completed a late night training session.
Meanwhile, Dortmund fans have offered accommodation to Monaco supporters.
Dortmund supporters a #bedforawayfans campaign, offering to house Monaco supporters who are in the city.
The Bundesliga club urged Monaco fans to check social media if they are stranded in Germany.
Monaco fans showed their solidarity with their opponents as the incident unfolded.
The away section were heard chanting ‘Dortmund! Dortmund!’, with the home side thanking them for their support.
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Monaco fans show solidarity with Dortmund following explosion
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke is hoping the players can channel their shock into a positive performance.
“The team is in shock. We must get through this,” admitted Watzke, who also praised the rapid response of the emergency services.
“In extreme situations, all Borussia fans move even closer together and I’m sure the team will feel that tomorrow.
“Technically, it’s possible to play tomorrow. If the players are able to shake this off is an entirely different matter.”