A charter plane carrying Brazilian football team Chapecoense crashed in Colombia Tuesday after reporting electrical problems, killing 76 of the 81 people on board.
Players and staff were flying to Medellin along with journalists and LaMia Airlines crew when Flight 2933 crashed into a mountainside near Medellin, its destination.
The team were flying to what was billed as the biggest match in their history - the final of the Copa Sudamericana.
Three players from the Brazilian football team survived the crash, according to Brazilian media.
Several leading footballers, from Barcelona stars Lionel Messi and Neymar, to Manchester United's Wayne Rooney, have also paid tribute to the players.
Brazilian President Michel Temer announced three days of national mourning, and top Spanish clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona held a minute's silence at the beginning of their practice sessions.