In pictures: How Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough stadium has changed through the years
It has been home to Sheffield Wednesday since 1899 - and the club's Hillsborough Stadium has changed beyond all recognition over the decades.
Famously hosting the World Cup in 1966 and Euro 96, sadly the 40,000 capacity home of the Owls is also synonymous with the tragedy which unfolded there in 1989 and resulted in the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans.
Stands have come and gone and the layout of the stadium has changed massively over the decades - we’ve delved into the archives to take a pictorial stroll down memory lane.
1899: Stadium opens
1912: The stadium hosts its first FA Cup semi-final - a replay between West Brom and Blackburn
1913-15: Current South Stand is built
1914: The Spion Kop is built
1914: Stadium is renamed Hillsborough from Owlerton Stadium
1920: First international game between England and Scotland
1934: The highest ever attendance - 72,841 on 17 February for an FA Cup 5th-round game against Manchester City.
1960: Demolition of the North Stand begins.
1961: The new cantilever stand opens on 23 August
1961-65: The Leppings Lane stand is built
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1965: The North West Corner stand is built
1966: Hillsborough plays host to World Cup fixtures - hosting first round matches involving West Germany, Argentina, Switzerland, and Spain, as well as a quarter final in which West Germany beat Uruguay 4–0.
1977: Everton and Aston Villa take part in a Football League Cup final replay in front of 52,135
1986: A roof is installed on the Kop
1989: 96 Liverpool fans die in a crush at the Leppings Lane end of the ground.
1991: Old style electronic scoreboard is installed
1993: The Kop is made all seater
1995: The South Stand is extended
1996: Stadium hosts Euro 96 games
1997: Hillsborough hosts the League Cup Final replay between Leicester City and Middlesbrough.
2007: Hillsborough flooded as River Don bursts its banks
2015: Scoreboard replaced with big screen