The FA has announced that they will mark the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster with all games from 11-14 April kicking off seven minutes later than originally scheduled.
The FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest was stopped six minutes into the game - at 3:06 - on 15th April 1989 – where 96 Liverpool supporters lost their lives.
A statement from the FA, said: “The first FA Cup Semi-Final on Saturday 12 April between Wigan Athletic and Arsenal will now kick-off at 5.07pm with a minute of silence between 5:06pm and 5:07pm.
"The following day, Sunday 13 April, will see Hull City v Sheffield United begin at 4.07pm with a minute of silence between 4:06pm and 4:07pm.
"In the Premier League, Football League and Football Conference, matches due to kick-off at 3pm on Saturday 12 April will now kick off at 3:07pm, with the minute before kick-off (3:06pm to 3:07pm) seeing a period of silence observed at all grounds.
"Fixtures kicking-off at other times on Friday 11, Saturday 12, Sunday 13 and Monday 14 April will observe the same etiquette with matches starting seven minutes later than originally scheduled.”