Thousands of Manchester United fans gathered to remember eight players who were killed in an aircrash in Germany 50 years ago.
The popular footie stars were known as the "Busby Babes" after their manager Sir Matt Busby.
The United team were heading home to England after a 3-3 European Cup draw, when the tragedy happened on 6 February, 1958.
Twenty-three people were killed when the plane crashed as it tried to take off from the runway at Munich Airport.
Footballing legend Sir Bobby Charlton was among those who survived the crash.
A minute's silence was held at Old Trafford on Wednesday at 3.04pm - exactly fifty years from the moment of the crash.
Young players in Munich also gathered at a memorial to pay tribute to the footballers who lost their lives.
The Munich clock at Old Trafford is set forever at the time of the crash in memory of the "Busby Babes".