On 6th February 2018, Old Trafford staged a special ceremony to remember those who died at Munich
There is a wall-mounted memorial cabinet at the Quadrant Pub in Stretford. The pub is situated about 10 minutes walk from Old Trafford and is popular with fans on a match day.
A group of United supporters went to Munich in February 2008 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the crash.
It has become a tradition for fans to visit Old Trafford on Feb 6th each year to pay their respects to those who perished in the crash
In September 2004 a new memorial was unveiled at Munich Airport in a ceremony attended by Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton.
The classic terrace tribute to the Busby Babes starts: “There is a plaque at Man United, it’s underneath the old Main Stand, It bears the name of Duncan Edwards, he was the finest in the land…”
A plaque in memory of those who died was erected at Old Trafford on 25th February 1960. The plaque was paid for by the club and unveiled by Matt Busby
A clock in memory of those who died was erected at Old Trafford on 25th February 1960. The Ground Committee paid for the clock, which was unveiled by Dan Marsden, Chairman of the Ground Committee.
In St Luke’s Church, Dukinfield, Cheshire is an illuminated parchment, framed and standing on a side table. It names the dead and the survivors of the Air Disaster at Munich on 6th February 1958.