History of soccer recalls many accidents and disasters. The atmosphere at soccer matches is most often very heated, which looks like a battlefield. The soccer fans of different groups look very carefully playing their favorite team, and often curse opponents, who can sometimes lead to fighting various amateur sports. These events occurred before and may recur in situations where observers losing control in crowded places. The crowd control at the stage is often too difficult: the famous play teams from the Premier League, stadiums are overcrowded.
Big stadiums in the world May contain an enormous number of people: for example, the ability of Wembley Stadium is 90,000 people, and Old Trafford Stadium – 76,000. The capacity Luzhniki Stadium in Russia is about 85000 people, and the Stadio Olimpico in Rome-82000. The large number of people is difficult to organize and control; problems of crowd control often leads to fighting and riots.
Soccer often press reports on hooliganism by soccer supporters often leads to disaster. The fighting between supporters of rival teams sometimes take place before or after soccer matches, but also occur in May organized in advance locations in order to avoid the police, and not necessarily in stages. Sometimes crushes man occur, in which people could be crushed to death. Such an unfortunate event occurred in Hillsborough, April 15, 1989, killing 96 people. The unprecedented influx of thousands of fans through a narrow tunnel leading to the stadium has caused a big crush, where people are pressed against the fence by the weight of the crowd behind them. Overcrowding of people caused the fatal crash.
In a heated atmosphere of a soccer match, many people May lose control over their feelings and behaviour. Many accidents and acts of vandalism occur in places such as stadiums. In this case, an intense crowd control is necessary to maintain peace and prevent disasters. Sometimes these events are recorded and published later in the TV clips of soccer. Accidents and disasters that occur on stage, are worth recalling that the deaths could have been avoided. Overcrowded stages can easily lead to disaster.