28th anniversary of darkest day in Liverpool’s history
Today marks the 28th anniversary of the darkest day in the history of Liverpool Football Club. The Hillsborough disaster claimed 96 innocent lives on this day in 1989.
There have been a lot of articles over the past 24 hours, with so many people marking their respect towards the families, victims and football clubs involved. Whilst the circumstances are horrific and with all that is wrong with the world today, it is so good to see the football world uniting.
On 15th April 1989, 96 men, women and children were killed during a crush at the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest after overcrowding at the 54,000 seat stadium. We will always remember the victims who lost their lives and the tragic events that occurred.
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