The key numbers about the tragedy
96 - Liverpool fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough tragedy on April 15, 1989.
82 - Liverpool fans declared dead inside Sheffield Wednesday's stadium.
38 - Those aged 19 or under who were among the dead.
38 - Fans who were injured in a previous crush on the Leppings Lane terrace at the 1981 FA Cup semi-final between Spurs and Wolves.
23 - Turnstiles for 24,200 Liverpool supporters at the 1989 semi-final.
60 - Turnstiles for 29,800 Nottingham Forest supporters at the opposite end of the stadium.
10,100 - Capacity designated on Hillsborough's safety certificate for the Leppings Lane terrace, which remained unchanged for 10 years, despite the introduction of pens and a sterile 'no man's land' area.
2,000 - Supporters who entered exit Gate C from 2.52pm after match commander David Duckenfield ordered it be opened to relieve congestion at the Leppings Lane turnstiles.
678 - Fans in central pen 3 of Leppings Lane at 2.52pm, as estimated by the Health and Safety Executive after the disaster.
678 - The safe capacity of central pen 3, according to expert engineer John Cutlack - who gave evidence at the fresh inquests this year.
1,430 - Highest estimate by Mr Cutlack of fans in pen 3 at 3.03pm.
2 - League matches that Mr Duckenfield attended in the police control box at Hillsborough after being appointed match commander less than a month before the disaster.
737 - Days passed between the inquests beginning in Warrington on March 31, 2014, and the jury being sent out to retire to consider its conclusions on April 6, 2016.