The Euro 2012 warm-up has been scrapped from the calendar after Tuesday's deadly events in the Emilia-Romagna regionThe international friendly between Italy and Luxembourg has been cancelled in the wake of an earthquake that hit the Emilia-Romagna region on Tuesday.
The Euro 2012 warm-up game was scheduled to take place at the Ennio Tardini in Parma, but the Italian football federation (FIGC) and the local authorities have opted to cancel the match following Tuesday's events.
The 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit just after 9.00CET, and within 90 minutes four aftershocks measuring above 4.0 also hit the area.
Ten people have reportedly died in the quake, all in the Modena area, while several more are buried under collapsed buildings.
Tuesday's earthquake comes only nine days after the area was hit by a 6.0 tremor.
Italy's next Euro 2012 warm-up match will take place on June 1 against Russia in Zurich.