The Egypt football violence is the latest in a long line of stadium tragedies. Here are a few more unforgettable moments in world football...
* Peru, May 23, 1964:
320 people were killed and more than 1,000 injured in a stampede at a Peru-Argentina match at Lima's National Stadium.
* Ghana, May 10, 2001:
126 people died in Accra after a match between Hearts of Oaks and Kumasi, when Kumasi supporters, angered by their team's defeat, threw projectiles and broke chairs. Police used tear-gas, triggering a stampede.
* England, April 15, 1989:
96 Liverpool supporters died in a stampede in Sheffield's Hillsborough Stadium stands during an FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.
* May 11, 1985: 56 people were killed when a blaze broke out in the wooden stands during a match between Bradford and Lincoln City.
* Scotland, January 2, 1971:
66 were killed in a crush at the Ibrox Stadium during a Rangers-Celtic derby. It was the stadium's second disaster, after a stand collapsed in 1902, killing 26.
* Egypt, February 17, 1974:
48 died with 47 injured when 80,000 people were crammed into a 40,000-capacity stadium.
* South Africa, April 11, 2001: 43 people died in a stampede at Johannesburg's Ellis Park Stadium during a match between the Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.
* January 13, 1991:
40 people deaths during a melee in an Orlando Pirates-Kaizer Chiefs match.
* Belgium, 29 May, 1985:
39 were killed at Heysel Stadium in Brussels when Juventus fans tried to flee aggressive Liverpool fans.
* France, May 5, 1992:
18 people were killed and more than 2,300 injured when a terrace collapsed in Furiani stadium in Corsica.