De Bradford City-ramp vond plaats op 11 mei 1985 toen er brand uitbrak in het Valley Parade-stadion in Bradford terwijl de voetbalwedstrijd Bradford City - Lincoln City gespeeld werd. Playing next. ACKROYD, John Douglas, 32, Baildon . IFSEC Global. Police have revealed the identity of the man who they believe was responsible for starting the fire at Bradford City's stadium that killed 56 people, according to a documentary. Today marks the 35th anniversary of one of the worst disasters in the history of British football. Martin Fletcher on how he survived the Bradford City Fire. On 11 May 1985 a fire erupted in the midst of a third-division tie between Bradford City and Lincoln City at Valley Parade, killing 54 home supporters and two Lincoln fans. Several people can be seen being dragged away from the flames while still on fire due to the heat radiation. On 11 May 1985 a fire erupted in the midst of a third-division tie between Bradford City and Lincoln City at Valley Parade, killing 54 home supporters and two Lincoln fans. Bradford Mill fire. Bradford City Football Club had called Valley Parade home since the club was first formed in 1903. Before that a local rugby team called Manningham Rugby Football Club had played their since 1886. Browse more videos. Report. 1985: Fans killed in Bradford stadium fire. Several people can be seen being dragged away from the flames while still on fire due to the heat radiation. Speculation an Australian man started the Bradford City stadium fire in 1985 IT killed 56 people and destroyed an entire stadium. It was the 11th of May 1985.The last day of the Football League Season. BBC Sport looks back at the Bradford City fire disaster that claimed the lives of 56 spectators when a stand became engulfed in flames on 11 May 1985. Fifty people die in a fire in the grandstand at a soccer stadium in Bradford, England, on May 11, 1985. IN MEMORIAM. 1:25. 1985 Bradford City Fire, Bradford City are playing Lincoln City when a fire from a stray cigarette engulfs one of the stands in minutes leaving people scrambling onto the pitch to try and escape the flames. The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has been told that Bradford City fans were wrongly held responsible for deaths in the stadium fire on 11 May 1985 which killed 56 … JPIMedia - Archive. The work was carried out by the renowned football architect Archibald Leitch. 0:57. It was a basic stadium that was upgraded between 1908 and 1911.

It occurred during a league match, on Saturday, 11 May 1985, killing 56 and injuring at least 265. The 1985 Bradford City Stadium fire remembered. At least 52 people are known to have died and many are missing after fire engulfed the Bradford City football stadium. 10:13. It was the 11th of May 1985.The last day of the Football League Season.

Apache Helicopter Fires Lasers ... Gray Kelley Goal from Alex Bradford-SSA U10 vs Atlanta Fire. Hieronymous Posts: 5,583. Five minutes before half-time, the first sign of a fire—a glowing light—was noticed as reported by TV commentator John Helm. 1985 Bradford City Fire, Bradford City are playing Lincoln City when a fire from a stray cigarette engulfs one of the stands in minutes leaving people scrambling onto the pitch to try and escape the flames.

Police have revealed the identity of the man who they believe was responsible for starting the fire at Bradford City's stadium that killed 56 people, according to a documentary.