From playing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' over the PA through to special messages on the big screen, clubs from all over the country paid their respects to the 96 this weekend.
Here is our round-up of some of the tributes that took place.
Arsenal: At 3.06pm during their Emirates encounter with Southampton the Arsenal supporters gave a rendition of YNWA.
Brighton and Hove Albion: Before kick-off against Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night, the club paid their respects with a minute's silence for the 96.
Bristol City: YNWA was played at Ashton Gate prior to the Championship clash v Danny Murphy's Blackburn Rovers.
Cardiff City: The Leeds United supporters started a chant midway through the first half and were joined in unison by the Cardiff supporters who sang 'Stand up for LFC'.
Carlisle United: The Carlisle fans gave a rousing rendition of YNWA during their home clash with Swindon Town.
Celtic supporters sung 'Justice for the 96' during Saturday's clash away at St Johnstone.
Charlton Athletic: YNWA was played at the Valley before Friday night's Championship clash with Crystal Palace.
Colchester United. The League One side played YNWA before kick-off against Doncaster and it was applauded by both sets of supporters.
Everton FC will pay their tributes before Monday night's home game v Newcastle United.
Norwich City: Before kick-off against West Ham both sets of supporters took part in a minute's applause for the 96. In paying tribute to the Hillsborough Families, Canaries boss Chris Hughton said: "It takes an awful lot of passion and resilience to do what they have done and campaign for 23 years."
Reading: YNWA was played before kick-off against Tottenham.
Sunderland: The club flew flags at the Stadium of Light at half-mast and displayed a tribute to the victims, families and survivors of Hillsborough on the big screens.
Stoke City: YNWA was played before kick-off against Manchester City and both Stoke and Manchester City supporters sung the Liverpool anthem in unison.
Tranmere Rovers: A minute's applause was held before Saturday's game with Coventry City, and after netting the second goal striker Andy Robinson revealed a t-shirt that read: Justice for 96. YNWA.
Meanwhile, supporters of Welsh Premier League side Port Talbot Town displayed a poignant banner during their 4-4 draw with Airbus UK.
If we have missed anyone out could supporters let us know in the comment box below and we will gladly add to the story.