On Saturday though, matches in leagues across England kicked off seven minutes late to remember the 96 fans who died on 15 April 1989. That was the time the ill-fated FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest was stopped.
This weekend's matches, including both FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley, will all hold a minute's silence.
The delayed starts apply to the top eight divisions in England, the FA Cup and the Welsh Premier League.
Scarves from every club in the top four divisions will create a number 96 at Anfield as a "sign of unity" while fans will also hold up a mosaic tribute.
For their Championship match against Blackburn, Wednesday replaced 96 blue seats with white seats bearing red roses at the end of the stadium where the fans died.