The victims were identified as president Lucas Meira and players Lucas Praxedes, Guilherme Noé, Ranule and Marcus Molinari, the club said. The pilot was not identified. There were no survivors.
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Brazilian club Chapecoense relegated from Serie A three years after airline tragedy, ends six year run in first division
Chapecoense hit the headlines in November 2016 when its plane crashed on a trip to Colombia for the final of the Copa Sudamericana, South America’s equivalent of the Europa league.
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Journalist Rafael Henzel, one of just six survivors of the 77 people on board the plane that crashed carrying the Brazilian football team Chapecoense in 2016,
The probe was launched after the crash which claimed the lives of 71 people, including all but a handful of players from Brazil's Chapecoense Real football club.
A glittering collection of the greatest sportsmen, sportswomen and teams have been nominated for this year's Laureus World Sports Awards, following a global vote by the world's media.
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As Laureus' India partners, Firstpost brings you the nominees for the World Comeback of the Year award
As Laureus World Sports Awards' India partners, Firstpost brings you the nominees for eight categories of the 2018 edition.
As Laureus World Sports Awards' India partners, Firstpost brings you the five final nominees for Best Sporting Moment of the Year Award for the 2018 edition:
Chapecoense's return to football after a devastating plane crash left just three of their players alive is one of the nominees for November’s Laureus Best Sporting Moment.
As Laureus World Sports Awards' India partners, Firstpost brings you the November nominees for the 2018 edition:
Brazilian club Chapecoense are hoping to take inspiration from playing in Japan as they continue to rebuild after all but three of their squad were killed in a plane crash en route to the Copa Sudamericana final in Colombia last November.
Tragedy-hit Chapecoense played a second match inside 24 hours on Tuesday and lost for the second time in Europe as Lyon beat them 2-1 in a friendly.
The returning Gerard Deulofeu contributed a goal and two assists as FC Barcelona rolled over Brazil's Chapecoense 5-0 to win the Joan Gamper football Trophy here.
Here are some photo highlights from the pre-season friendly between Barcelona and Chapecoense at Camp Nou on Monday.
Chapecoense were captained by Alan Ruschel, one of only three players to survive the plane crash that killed 19 players and 24 club officials last year, on his return to action.
Alan Ruschel, one of three Chapecoense players to survive the air crash that killed 71 people in Colombia last year, will return to football in the 7 August friendly against Barcelona, his club said on Friday.
Delhi Dynamos have signed 29-year old midfielder Paulinho Dias as the club's first foreign recruit for the coming season of the Indian Super League.
Barcelona invited Chapecoense in December to play in its annual Joan Gamper friendly tournament but the exact date of the match had not been known until now.