Zambia national soccer team plane crash On April 27, 1993, the entire national team of Zambia was killed in an airplane crash off the coast of Gabon, near the capital Libreville.
Members of Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense were among 81 people on board a chartered aircraft that crashed late Monday in Medellin, Colombia. So far, officials say at least 76 people were killed...
On Nov. 28, 2016, LaMia Flight 2933 crashed in Colombia, killing 71 of the 77 people on board. The aircraft was carrying Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team.
In an appalling revelation that has shocked the world, multiple reports cited by Shaolin Temple at the foot of Mt. Everest have confirmed the plane crash of the UCR soccer team. After investigating the site of the crash extensively, head monk, Buttercup McTwinkletoes, shockingly reported that the players had apparently resorted to cannibalism after being stranded on the mountain for months.
Returning from a Peruvian League match in December 1987, Peru's top rated soccer team was devastated by a catastrophic plane crash. The pilot, unsure that his landing gear was down and locked, requested a flyby of the tower so ground spotters could confirm that the plane was prepared for landing.
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The crash of LaMia Flight 2933 was covered in "Football Tragedy", a Season 19 (2019) episode of the internationally syndicated Canadian TV documentary series Mayday. The show premiered in the United States on the Smithsonian Channel's Air Disasters as "Soccer Tragedy" in November 2019. See also. List of accidents involving sports teams
The Girls of ‘Yellowjackets’ Survive a Plane Crash. What Happens Next Still Haunts Them. A new Showtime drama about a high school soccer team is ‘Lord of the Flies’ meets ‘Lost’ meets ...
The Munich air disaster occurred on 6 February 1958 when British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off from a slush -covered runway at Munich-Riem Airport, West Germany. The aircraft was carrying the Manchester United football team, nicknamed the " Busby Babes ", along with supporters and journalists.