Every club has a mix of fans. Good ones and less good ones. But which celeb is your team’s coolest fan? See this list of ours and tell us what you think of it
Arsenal: Jeremy Corbyn / Elizabeth II
Queen Elisabeth is solidair! pic.twitter.com/KDMnFFWdUf
— Jack Terrible (@JackTerrible) December 5, 2018
Arsenal supporters were divided into two groups before some years before Wenger leaves; the ‘Wenger In’ side and the ‘Wenger out’ side.
In many ways, Queen Elizabeth and Jeremy Corbyn (a republican and socialist) fought against this separation.
Chelsea: Mark Hoppus
— KABAR CHELSEA (@KABAR_CHELSEA) January 13, 2013
Mark Hoppus, an American bassist and singer in pop-punk band Blink-182. He started supporting Chelsea after moving to London in 17 years ago.
“[Chelsea] kind of have the reputation for being the Yankees of the Premier League,” admitted the American star. “They have a bunch of money behind them and they’ll pay for the best players, but the best team in any sport across the world will do what it takes to get the best players.”
Liverpool: Samuel L. Jackson
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) February 8, 2014
Samuel L. Jackson became a Liverpool supporter after shooting The 51st State in the year 2000.
“I shot a film there and had never been to a proper football game until I got to Liverpool,” Jackson told the BBC in 2016. “That was like my first football experience, so that’s why I am a Liverpool fan.
“That was my introduction to football and I spent a lot of time in the stadium singing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.”
Manchester City: Jackie Chan
— Manchester City (@ManCity) July 25, 2012
He is the favourite childhood hero of many African young men. But most of you won’t be happy for that fact that he doesn’t support your team.
In 2012, Jackie Chan met up with Man City players, who successfully made him a cool citizen!