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The Times (London)
April 17 1989, Monday
Catalogue of terrace tragedy; Hillsborough Football Disaster
SECTION: Issue 63370.
LENGTH: 233 words
The disaster at Hillsborough was the worst in British sport and the third worst in international football. Previous catastrophes include:
1902: Twenty-five deaths at Scotland v England international at Ibrox Park when part of a stand collapsed.
1946: Thirty-three deaths at Bolton v Stoke City FA Cup tie at Burnden Park.
1964: More than 300 deaths when Lima crowd rioted over disallowed goal during Peru v Argentina Olympic qualifyer.
1967: Forty-two deaths at Kayseri, Turkey, when 15,000 spectators rioted.
1968: Seventy-three deaths in Buenos Aires during River Plate v Boca Juniors after burning paper thrown into crowd.
1969: Twenty-seven deaths in Bokavu, Congo, when too many let into stadium.
1969: Ten deaths in Kirikkale, Turkey, when fighting broke out between fans and shots were fired.
1971: Sixty-six deaths on stairway after Rangers v Celtic match at Ibrox Park, when fans trying to leave met others returning as late goal scored.
1974: Forty-eight deaths in Egypt when 80,000 allowed into stadium built for 40,000.
1985: Fifty-six deaths when fire destroyed main stand at Bradford City v Lincoln league match.
1985: Thirty-nine deaths when Liverpool supporters rioted at European Cup Final against Juventus in Brussels.
1988: More than 100 deaths when crowd rushed for cover to avoid violent hailstorm in match at Katmandu, Nepal.