What happened in Kathmandu stadium in 1988?

What happened in Kathmandu stadium in 1988?

93 people were killed and 100 more were injured when attempting to flee from a hailstorm inside the hypethral national Dasarath Rangasala Stadium. The Dasharath Stadium disaster is the 9th biggest stadium disaster until 2006 (in terms of human loss, 93 spectators died), and the worst stadium disaster in Nepal.

What is the capacity of Dashrath Stadium?

15,000Dasharath Stadium / Capacity (2020)

Why was there a crush at Hillsborough?

Shortly before kick-off, in an attempt to ease overcrowding outside the entrance turnstiles, the police match commander David Duckenfield ordered exit gate C to be opened, leading to an influx of supporters entering the pens. This resulted in overcrowding of those pens and the crush.

What are the most famous football disasters that happened in England?

1. Hillsborough stadium disaster On April 15, 1989, an FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest came to a halt when 96 Liverpool fans were killed at the Hillsborough Stadium after being crushed to death in the stands of the stadium.

What is the deadliest football tragedy in history?

The National Stadium Disaster is undoubtedly the deadliest football tragedy in history. The horrific incident occurred during an Olympic qualifying match between Peru and Argentina which took place at the National Stadium in Lima.

When was the Hillsborough Stadium disaster?

The Hillsborough Stadium Disaster, 15 April 1989: Inquiry by the Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Taylor, Interim Report (Cm 765) (PDF) ( Command paper ). London: The Stationery Office Books. ISBN 0-10-107652-5.

What happened in the Peru Stadium disaster?

Lima national stadium disaster Anger at a disallowed goal for Peru against Argentina during a qualification match for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics resulted in the fans invading the pitch. Police fired tear gas at the crowd which caused them to panic and attempt to exit the stadium.