The Queen died peacefully on Thursday, September 8th at her Scottish estate, where she had spent much of the summer.
Following the queen’s death, last weekend’s Premier League games were postponed.
However, football returned this weekend and Premier League sides paid tribute to HM Queen Elizabeth II.
There was a minute’s silence before each Premier League game over the weekend and a minute’s applause in the 70th minute of each match – celebrating the Queen’s 70-year reign.
Manchester United vs Leeds, Chelsea vs Liverpool and Crystal Palace vs Brighton were all postponed due to policing issues.
Here is how each club that played this past weekend paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II: