On Wednesday, the anniversary date, a pitch-side service will take place at 15:00 GMT with a special book of remembrance dedicated listing the dead and placed on display in the Macron Stadium’s reception.
Flags will be flying at half-mast all week.
On Saturday, when the team play Preston North End at home, players will wear a special third shirt emblazoned with 33 names of the dead.
Money raised from the sale of 1,000 of these replica shirts will be presented to a young person’s charity.
Some estimates claim 85,000 people were at the match between Bolton Wanderers and Stoke City in a ground which should have held at least 20,000 fewer fans.
Bolton played their last game in 1997 at Burnden Park, which was demolished in 1999.
A memorial was unveiled by the late Nat Lofthouse in 2000 at the Asda store built on the site.