It has been a devastatingly tragic day for Flamengo and the families of those who died in the fire at the club's Ninho do Urubu training base in Rio de Janeiro.
The football world has been united in their support for the Rio giants and, naturally, it is a fragile time for those associated with the club.
Brazilian football has declared three days of mourning, such is the magnitude of the tragedy, and now the authorities will attempt to establish what exactly happened.
This is the end of the Goal liveblog, and all of our thoughts remain with the families and friends affected by the tragedy.
Flamengo latest: 10 dead have been named while three others injured
The state of Rio de Janeiro has already decreed three days of mourning following the tragedy as supporters have already begun to leave tributes at the Ninho do Urubu.Read the full story on Goal.
Galatasaray: Forca Flamengo
'Dreams were interrupted' - Marquinhos pays tribute
The Brazil forward honoured the victims of the Flamengo fire during today's PSG press conference:
“It is a tragedy that makes us reflect, it makes us think and give more value to everything we have and everything that we are. We have to enjoy the best moment that we are living, and that moment is today, because tomorrow we do not know.
“It's a very difficult day, a very sad morning because they had a routine exactly like ours. We think about their families and their sorrows.
“Dreams were interrupted. It is a great sadness. We send strength to the family and to all who have lost important people that day. The world of football is sad and we PSG are also."
Ajax: 'No words'
PAOK: 'We hope the victims rest in peace'
Full list of deceased players released – RIP
Christian Esmerio (15)
Jorge Eduardo (15)
Arthur Vinicius (14)
Vitor Isaias 'Vitinho' (15)
Bernardo Pisetta (14)
Athila Paixao (14)
Pablo Henrique (14)
Sebastiao Rodrigues (15)
Gedson Santos 'Gedinho' (14)
Rykelmo de Souza Viana (16)
Victims named in Flamengo fire
The identities of the 10 deceased Flamengo players have now been named, and it has been confirmed that the three survivors have been taken to hospital in Rio.
The first two survivors, Cauan Emanuel and Francisco Diogo are in stable condition, though are still being monitored for their respiratory tracts.
The third player, Jhonata Ventura, is in severe condition and was reported having suffered severe burns on 30% of his body – including that of the face, upper limbs and hands.
Flamengo has refrained for making public statements aside from the survivors, and the top directors and president Rodolfo Landim are now on a meeting on how to deal with the crisis.
Flamengo thankful for support
Flamengo have thanked those who have expressed their sorrow at the tragedy which occurred on Friday.
"We thank clubs around the world for their messages and prayers on this difficult day," the club said in a statement.
"It was never just football."
Agradecemos aos clubes do mundo todo pelas mensagens e votos neste dia difícil. Nunca foi só futebol.— Flamengo (@Flamengo) February 8, 2019
Arsenal: Flamengo, we are thinking of you
Ninho do Urubu fire: What we know
Confirmed details from the tragic event
Here's what we know:
▪️ Fire broke out at approximately 5am local time (7am GMT / 2am ET) in the players' accommodation.
▪️ The fire was brought under control at approximately 6:30am (8:30am GMT / 3:30am ET).
▪️ Ten youth players confirmed dead.
▪️ Christian Esmerio, 15, and Arthur Vinicius, 14, confirmed among the dead.
▪️ Three others - Jonathas Cruz, Cauan Emanuel Nunes and Franciso Diogo Bento Alves - were injured in the blaze.
▪️ Cause of the fire is currently unknown, but authorities are working to establish what happened.
Supporters leave tributes at Ninho do Urubu
Barcelona extends condolences to Flamengo
The statement said: "Barca deeply regrets the tragedy that occurred at Flamengo's training centre and sends condolences to the relatives and friends of the victims."
Barcelona (@fcbarcelona_br) February 8, 2019
Man Utd send thoughts & prayers to Flamengo
Semi-final games rescheduled
The game between Flamengo and Fluminense which was originally scheduled for Saturday, February 9 will now take place on Thursday, February 14.
Os jogos das semifinais da Taça Guanabara estão remarcados:— FERJ (@FFERJ) February 8, 2019
👉 Quarta - 13/02
⚽ @VascodaGama x Resende
👉 Quinta - 14/02
⚽ @Flamengo x @FluminenseFC
🕔 20h30#ForçaFlamengo pic.twitter.com/5wLdS7eF8E
Mourners pray for those affected by the fire
Ozil left shocked by Flamengo fire deaths
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has expressed his shock at the news of the fire at Flamengo's training base, which claimed the lives of 10 people.
"Another shocking incident in the world of football," Ozil said on Twitter.
"I'd live to express my sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the fire at Flamengo's training centre!
"Sending out my best wishes to those injured."
Another shocking incident in the world of football. 😪⚽🇧🇷 I'd like to express my sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the fire at @Flamengo's training centre! Sending out my best wishes to those injured. 🙏🏼 #M1Ö pic.twitter.com/B3X6Ys8a8j— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) February 8, 2019
Internacional express sympathy
Biggest tragedy in club's history, says Flamengo president
Flamengo president Rodolfo Landim says that the fire which claimed the lives of 10 people at its Rio de Janeiro training base is "certainly the biggest tragedy this club has ever witnessed in its 123 years."
The most important thing now is to try to minimize the suffering and pain of these families," he added. "Flamengo is taking care of this and will spare no effort to minimize this to the maximum.
"Flamengo is also collaborating completely with the authorities so that the causes of this fire can be cleared. More than anyone, we want to know what happened and we are interested in this.
"The club is in mourning, we are all in mourning. It's a huge sadness. It's not easy talking to you, sorry."
Podolski: Now more than ever, Forca Flamengo!
"Very sad news for a club I have a very special affection for," said the World Cup winner.
"I send my support and condolences to the club, to the players and to the family and friends. And now more than ever, Forca Flamengo!"
Uma notícia muito triste para um clube pelo qual tenho um carinho muito especial. Envio o meu apoio e condolências ao clube, aos jogadores e aos familiares e amigos. E agora mais do que nunca, Força Flamengo!!! 🙏🏻😢 @Flamengo pic.twitter.com/b3TbWKdcAY— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) February 8, 2019
FIFA sends condolences to Flamengo
FIFA has expressed its sympathies with Flamengo following the tragedy.
"It is with immense sadness that we received the news of the fire at the Flamengo training centre in Rio de Janeiro," a statement said.
"The thoughts and prayers of the entire football community go to the victims, their families and the red-black crowd in this moment of pain."
É com imensa tristeza que recebemos a notícia do incêndio no centro de treinamento do @Flamengo, no Rio de Janeiro. Os pensamentos e orações de toda a comunidade do futebol vão para as vítimas, suas famílias e a torcida rubro-negra nesse momento de dor. #ForçaFlamengo 🙏⚽️ pic.twitter.com/CTNGZMzJlL— FIFA Media (@fifamedia) February 8, 2019
Injured given positive medical assessment
The three individuals who were injured in the fire have been given a positive assessment by medical staff.
Jonathas Cruz will need further care, but Cauan Emanuel Nunes and Franciso Diogo Bento Alves may be discharged from hospital later today (February 8).
Pele: A very sad day for Brazilian football
Brazil icon Pele has extended his condolences and described the tragedy as "a very sad day for Brazilian football".
"My day began with news about the fire at Flamengo's training centre - a place where young people pursue their dreams," he wrote on Twitter.
"It's a very sad day for Brazilian football."
Felipe Vizeu: I wish strength for the families
Former Flamengo player Felipe Vizeu has sent a message of condolence to those who have been affected by the tragedy.
"I lived a long time in the same place," the Gremio star said.
"What I wish for families is lot of strength, because we know how difficult it is to lose a loved one and, even more, a son who is in search of his dream."
Ronaldinho adds voice to outpouring of tributes
Wolves stand with Flamengo
Confirmed: No football in Rio over the weekend
The Football Federation of Rio de Janeiro has confirmed that a decision has been reached not to play any football this weekend as a mark of respect for those who died in Friday's tragic fire at Ninho do Urubu.
Chelsea express sympathies
'I'm so, so sorry' - Guardiola
"I am so, so sorry. My condolences to all the families of the victims of the Flamengo fire," he said.
"I am so sorry. We send our support for a tough situation and hopefully it will never happen again."
Milan the latest club to pass on their thoughts
The thoughts of everyone at #ACMilan are with the victims of the @Flamengo fire and all those affected by this enormous tragedy— AC Milan (@acmilan) February 8, 2019
Il nostro pensiero va alle vittime dell'incendio scoppiato nel centro sportivo del Flamengo. Ci stringiamo alle loro famiglie#ForçaFlamengo! ❤🖤 pic.twitter.com/wBZfpHOfFn
Dortmund send thoughts and prayers
Flamengo youngster recounts his terror
In quotes given to Globo Esporte, young attacker Samuel has given his account of the incident.
"I was sleeping at the time and I smelled a very strong burning, I thought my cell phone had caught fire. When I went to see, I saw the fire, smoke went into my eyes. I cried for help, help ... I ran."
Alisson the latest to pass on his wishes
Neymar expresses solidarity
Bodies of victims to be removed
Survivor: 'God comfort my brothers'
One of the survivors of the fire, Felipe, says that the fire occurred in his room.
"I just have to thank God for being able to wake up and escape death," he wrote. "God comfort my brothers."
Incêndio ocorreu no meu quarto, só tenho que agradecer a Deus por conseguir acordar e escapar da morte, Deus conforte meus irmãos💔🙏🏾😭— Felipe (@_felipinho010) February 8, 2019
Vasco: 'Forca Flamengo'
PSG send message of strength to Flamengo
Botofogo: A very painful day
Sergio Ramos sends condolences
Fluminense cancel activities & decree three days of mourning
"There is no mood for training today. The day's activities were cancelled," Fluminense said in a statement shared on Twitter.
"Players and members of the Technical Committee sympathise with the victims and relatives of the tragedy that happened at Ninho do Urubu"
Hoje não há clima para treino. As atividades do dia foram canceladas. Jogadores e membros da comissão técnica se solidarizam com as vitimas e familiares da tragédia que aconteceu no Ninho do Urubu. O Fluminense Football Club decretou luto oficial de três dias. #ForçaFlamengo. pic.twitter.com/TLvdyghygq— Fluminense F.C. (@FluminenseFC) February 8, 2019
Real Madrid shows solidarity with Flamengo
"The club wants to convey its condolences to the relatives and friends of the victims, and wishes a speedy recovery of the injured.
"Real Madrid shows its solidarity with Flamengo, its fans and Brazilian football."
Cruzeiro defender Leo sends strength
"We need love, peace and hope," Leo said.
⚽️#Cruzeiro— Rádio Itatiaia (@radioitatiaia) February 8, 2019
Zagueiro Léo manda mensagem de força aos familiares do incêndio no Ninho do Urubu do @Flamengo, ainda fala das enchentes no Rio e as sirenes em Itatiaiuçu e Barão de Cocais: "precisamos de amor, paz e esperança", diz.
Via @emersonpancieri pic.twitter.com/t3Uzn3zbwz
Flamengo flag at half mast
'No climate' for Flamengo vs Fluminense to go ahead
The Football Federation of Rio de Janeiro (FERJ) has indicated that it would not be wise to proceed with the upcoming game between Flamengo and Fluminense.
The teams were due to face off in the semi-final of the Guanabara Cup, but the game is not likely to go ahead in light of the tragedy.
A @FFERJ lamenta a tragédia ocorrida no CT do @Flamengo e se solidariza com as famílias. A FERJ informa que não há clima para a realização do Fla-Flu e está convocando, para reunião pela manhã, @FluminenseFC, Fla e a TV detentora dos direitos do Carioca para decidir sobre o caso.— FERJ (@FFERJ) February 8, 2019
Worker claims to have heard an explosion
Zico: May God comfort the families
Rio de Janeiro declares three days of mourning
The state of Rio de Janeiro has decreed that there will be three days of mourning following the fire tragedy at Ninho do Urubu.
Secretário de Esportes do Rio de Janeiro afirmou que Estado vai decretar luto de 3 dias e que estão à disposição das famílias pic.twitter.com/iEOKsnVjJO— Goal Brasil (@GoalBR) February 8, 2019
'Flamengo is in mourning'
Vinicius Jr: 'God bless everyone's family! 😢'
"Just remembering the nights and days I spent on the CT, it's creepy," he wrote on his Twitter page. "Still in disbelief, but praying for all! God bless everyone's family!"
Só de lembrar as noites e dias que passei no ct, é de arrepiar. Ainda sem acreditar, mas em oração por todos! Que Deus abençoe a família de cada um! 😢 pic.twitter.com/RcBsdH3GME— Vinicius Jr ⚡️ (@vini11Oficial) February 8, 2019
'Woke up, saw the smoke and got out'
Goal Brazil reporter Raisi Simplicio is at the scene in Rio de Janeiro, where a father of one of the survivors is relating his son's experience.
Pai de um dos jovens que conseguiu sobreviver fala sobre o contato que teve com o garoto. Diz que filho acordou, viu a fumaça e conseguiu sair pic.twitter.com/BXUVyhVOv6— Raisa Simplicio (@simpraisa) February 8, 2019
Chapecoense send strength to Flamengo
Messages of support are flooding in for those affected by the fire, among them Brazilian club Chapecoense, who know tragedy too well themselves.
"Forza, FLAMENGO! We are very sad and shaken by the news of the fire that struck the nest of the Urubu, leaving countless victims," the club tweeted.
"We extend our desire for strength to the brothers @Flamengo and to all the relatives of those affected. Our thoughts and prayers are with you."
FORÇA, FLAMENGO!— Chapecoense (@ChapecoenseReal) February 8, 2019
Estamos muito tristes e abalados com a notícia do incêndio que atingiu o Ninho do Urubu, deixando inúmeras vítimas.
Externamos nosso desejo de força aos irmãos do @Flamengo e a todos os familiares dos atingidos. Nossos pensamentos e orações estão com vocês. pic.twitter.com/Sb4Lpq5XvK
Firefighters arrived on scene in the early hours
Firefighters arrived at the scene of the Urubu's Nest training centre at around 5am local time (7am GMT / 3am ET).
It is believed that the 10 fatalities include six youth team players and four Flamengo staff members.
@LeiSecaRJ @RadarCostaVerde @transitorj @InformacoesRj13 @OperacoesRio #RDRJ #Flamengo— radardabrasil (@radardabrasil) February 8, 2019
Tragédia no centro de Treinamento do @Flamengo . Um incêndio deixou pelo menos dez mortos no alojamento onde ficavam atletas da Base . pic.twitter.com/aLLMQ09FJf
Fire kills ten at Flamengo's training centre
Tragedy has struck at the heart of the Brazilian club
A major fire has taken the lives of ten people at Flamengo's training centre in Vargem Grande in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, the local fire department has confirmed.
Three others were injured, with one thought to be in a serious condition, and were taken to the Lourenco Jorge Municipal Hospital in Barra da Tijuca, also in the West Zone.
The fire is now under control.