Shock 29 May 1985 : The Heysel disaster rocked football. Football fans (aged between 11 and 58, 32 Italian fans of Juventus, 4 Belgians, 2 French, 1 Northern Irish) were killed when a wall collapsed amid scenes of violence shortly before Liverpool FC played Juventus FC in the Champion Clubs' Cup final at Belgium's ageing national stadium. A further 600 supporters were injured in the disaster, which led to a five-year ban on English clubs in European football. The game went ahead, despite…

Shock 29 May 1985 : The Heysel disaster rocked football. Football fans (aged between 11 and 58, 32 Italian fans of Juventus, 4 Belgians, 2 French, 1 Northern Irish) were killed when a wall collapsed amid scenes of violence shortly before Liverpool FC played Juventus FC in the Champion Clubs' Cup final at Belgium's ageing national stadium. A further 600 supporters were injured in the disaster, which led to a five-year ban on English clubs in European football. The game went ahead, despite…

Shock 29 May 1985 : The Heysel disaster rocked football. Football fans (aged between 11 and 58, 32 Italian fans of Juventus, 4 Belgians, 2 French, 1 Northern Irish) were killed when a wall collapsed amid scenes of violence shortly before Liverpool FC played Juventus FC in the Champion Clubs' Cup final at Belgium's ageing national stadium. A further 600 supporters were injured in the disaster, which led to a five-year ban on English clubs in European football. The game went ahead, despite…

Shock 29 May 1985 : The Heysel disaster rocked football. Football fans (aged between 11 and 58, 32 Italian fans of Juventus, 4 Belgians, 2 French, 1 Northern Irish) were killed when a wall collapsed amid scenes of violence shortly before Liverpool FC played Juventus FC in the Champion Clubs' Cup final at Belgium's ageing national stadium. A further 600 supporters were injured in the disaster, which led to a five-year ban on English clubs in European football. The game went ahead, despite…

Nottingham Forest celebrate winning the first of three European Champion Clubs' Cup finals at the Olympiastadion

Nottingham Forest celebrate winning the first of three European Champion Clubs' Cup finals at the Olympiastadion

Terry McDermott - Phil Neal - Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool 1 Brujas 0. Campeon de Europa 1978

Terry McDermott - Phil Neal - Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool 1 Brujas 0. Campeon de Europa 1978

60 Years – UEFA.org May 26, 1993 Historic first season Olympique de Marseille captured the inaugural UEFA Champions League title after the European Champion Clubs’ Cup had been remoulded into an innovative new competition. They were the first French team to lift the trophy thanks to Basile Boli's 44th-minute header against AC Milan in the final in Munich.

60 Years – UEFA.org May 26, 1993 Historic first season Olympique de Marseille captured the inaugural UEFA Champions League title after the European Champion Clubs’ Cup had been remoulded into an innovative new competition. They were the first French team to lift the trophy thanks to Basile Boli's 44th-minute header against AC Milan in the final in Munich.

Real Madrid line up before the 1957 European Cup final against Fiorentina at the Bernabeu...

Real Madrid line up before the 1957 European Cup final against Fiorentina at the Bernabeu...

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