In May, four people were killed and several injured in a stampede at Honduras’ national stadium prior to the league final between Motagua and Honduras Progreso.
Police said a group of fans had tried to enter one section of the stadium in a violent manner.
In Angola, at least 17 people were killed ahead of the opening match of the football league in February.
The stampede happened at the Municipal Stadium 4 de Janeiro, which is in Uge, some 300 kilometers (186 miles) northeast of the capital, Luanda, state-run media reported.
State-run television station TPA reported football fans did not follow security instructions and tried to enter the stadium through one gate to watch the match between Santa Rita de Cssia and Recreativo do Libolo.