Heysel, Juventus pays tribute to the dead 36 years after the terrible tragedy. “The years go by, but the memory continues to hurt. Since 1985, May 29 represents the day of silence and commemoration. The day we all huddle together to remember an absurd moment that transformed an evening of celebration into waiting for an unforgettable 90 minutes, in a nightmare that remains engraved in history “, writes Juventus recalling the tragedy that occurred on May 29, 1985 shortly before the European Cup final between Juventus and Liverpool at the Brussels stadium, in which they lost their lives 39 people of which 32 were Italian and over 600 were injured. “They are emotions of joy and enthusiasm, those that usually precede a great match like the one that was about to start at the Heysel stadium, but that that evening gave way to fear before, to pain then – continues the press release -. That of May 29, 1985 is a tragedy that continues to hurt even after thirty-six years: today, as then, and as every time we pronounce the word ‘Heyse the, our thoughts go out to all the victims of that meaningless evening, and to their families. Because the memory is always alive within us all “.