Numerous clubs and supporters took to Twitter and other forms of social media to show their respect to the 56 supporters who tragically lost their lives in the disaster back on 11 May 1985.
City fans can see a large number of them via the club's official Twitter page (please click HERE).
The love and support of fellow football clubs and football fans is greatly appreciated by everyone at the Coral Windows Stadium during a testing period of the year for those with claret and amber in their veins.
The club would also like to take the opportunity to show their gratitude to the supporters of Peterborough United, Leyton Orient, Derby County and Brighton & Albion for their very kind acts of remembrance during their club's Play-Off games this weekend.
The club is thankful as well for the minute's silence and minute's applause held by Bradford Bulls just before their First Utility Super League clash with St Helens this Sunday.