Fans being crushed against the fence in the Liverpool enclosure at Hillsborough during the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, 15th April 1989

Two minutes silence in Liverpool, Sheffield and Nottingham for Hillsborough

Fans being crushed against the fence in the Liverpool enclosure at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England, 15 April 96 were killed and 766 injured. - [[MORE]] namraka: The Hillsborough.

The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

Liverpool remember

Liverpool remember

Y.W.N.A.

Y.W.N.A.

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

The Hillsborough Memorial in Liverpool at dusk (taken on Wednesday 21 August 2013).

The Hillsborough Memorial in Liverpool at dusk (taken on Wednesday 21 August

Hillsborough JFT 96

Hillsborough JFT 96

hillsborough

not forgotten!

1989 The Hillsborough disaster was a human crush that caused the deaths of 96 people and injured 766 others, at a football match Liverpool v Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough Stadium, Sheffield,Taylor Report, concluded that "the main reason for the disaster was the failure of police control dangerous overcrowding outside the ground before kick-off.Police Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield, the senior police officer responsible for the match, ordered an exit gate to be opened.

Cover of the Sunday Echo April 1989

Liverpool Echo front page April 16 2014. Justice for the 96

Liverpool Echo front page April 16 2014

#JFT96 25yrs

#JFT96 25yrs

#JFT96 25yrs

#JFT96 25yrs

The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

Kevin Keegan, The 96 remembered: Photo special - Liverpool FC

Liverpool vs celtic 2013

Celtic - Liverpool solidarity The first game Liverpool played after the Hillsborough disaster was a friendly memorial match against Celtic on the April 1989

Memorial

Memorial

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