Hooligans face 29 May 1985 police forces at the scene of riots in Heysel football stadium in Brussels. Thirty-nine Juventus football fans died during rioting at the European Cup Final in Brussels. The tragedy occured when a wall collapsed in the stadium and crushed Juventus fans as they tried to escape Liverpool supporters. The two sets of supporters had spent the day drinking in the Belgian city and had arrived at the Heysel stadium waving flags and chanting. Shortly before kick off the atmosphere turned violent and Liverpool supporters stampeded through a thin line of police towards the rival fans. As the Juventus fans retreated a wall collapsed under the pressure and fans were crushed and trampled to death in the panic. AFP PHOTO DOMINIQUE FAGET        (Photo credit should read DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images)