UEFA also fined the team 150,000 euros for rioting during match against England in Marseille, while Russian fans' coach was intercepted in Cannes.
French media reported three England fans were seriously injured in fierce fighting between English and Russian groups and locals.
Former football star suggested Didier Deschamps may have left Hatem Ben Arfa and Karim Benzema out of Euro 2016 squad on racial grounds.
It is the third time the state of emergency, which will also cover the Tour de France, has been extended since the November 13 attacks on Paris.
French authorities have reportedly trained for the possibility of drones being used to disperse chemical or biological weapons over crowds.
Football authorities on the Riviera have introduced a 'secularism charter' that bans clubs on Côte d'Azur from bringing religion into the game.
Prime minister Manuel Valls said it was necessary to extend emergency powers for two months as France prepares to host football tournament.
After Belgium bombs, French minister says everything will be put in place to guarantee 'collective security' at summer football tournament.
Former French football star and UEFA boss, already suspended from football for 8 years, has formally thrown in FIFA presidential towel.
French and English officials maintain the Tuesday match in London, when England fans are urged to join in singing of La Marseillaise.
The former premier league footballer is reportedly one of four men questioned over alleged blackmail of Lyon star Mathieu Valbuena.
Incident at Marseille-Lyon match, in which fans threw bottles onto pitch, comes less than a year before France hosts Euro 2016 finals.
French police have given their British counterparts the images of seven suspects after a black man was pushed off a Paris metro train on Tuesday.
To support France's ultimately successful bid to host the Euro 2016 football tournament, ministers back in 2010 promised that the event's governing body UEFA would be exempt from all taxes on its profits. The current government decided to honour that pledge and enshrine it in budget legislation. But though the proposal met with opposition from many MPs in the National Assembly ministers then went even further and extended the exemption to other sports too. The result, reports Dan Israel, is that France has just become a tax haven for international sporting competitions.
A total of 13 people, including the presidents of Marseille and Caen football clubs, were arrested Tuesday in separate corruption probes.