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01-07-2022 | 12:11 Football
Tottenham, Wolves, Everton: What Football Clubs Hollywood Stars Support, Pt. 1
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Tottenham, Wolves, Everton: What Football Clubs Hollywood Stars Support, Pt. 1

Football is arguably the biggest sport in the world. In fact, football is so widespread, that even in Hollywood, you can find football fans, despite having NBA or NFL, which are more famous there in the States.

So here are top 10 football(soccer) fans, who support European football far from Hollywood.

Adele, Tottenham

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Adele is one of music's finest stars. The Grammy winning singer is happen to be a huge supporter of Tottenham.

During her concert at the London's O2 Arena, Adele showed his support to his favourite club, and even when Spurs made it into the Champions League finals back in 2019, she posted a photo of the squad celebration on Instagram, as she seemed incredible shocked.



Daniel Craig, Liverpool

Liverpool FC

The well-known Agent 007, aka, Daniel Craig is happen to be a big Liverpool fan. He not once attended the games of the Merseyside club.

Head coach Jurgen Klopp met the famous James Bond and was quite shocked as he told Sky Germany:

"Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond, wanted to meet me after a game in the boot room. 

"Famous people are also normal people.

"He is a good guy and it's nice when James Bond wants to meet you."



Keira Knightley, West Ham United

The Place

Keira Knightly has not once expressed his love for West Ham United. During an interview with Seth Meyers, the British actress said:

"I should just say we are not the sort of team who win very often. I'm really glad you picked West Ham.

"They're having an amazing time this season though. I'm almost watching with my hands over my eyes because I fear it's not going to last, but maybe it will last?!"

The Mirror


Mark Hamill, Wolves

The Independent

Mark Hamill, aka Luke Skywalker, is a "mad" fan of Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Stars Wars actor has numerously liked tweets and post about the Molineux club and later clarified:

"Sports fans are more passionate than StarWars fans.

"This was the time I gained 6K+ followers by accidentally "liking" a tweet I thought was about an actual wolf.

"Now I'm a mad fan of Wolverhampton Wanderers - an actual team I had no idea even existed before!"


Sylvester Stallone, Everton

Liverpool Echo

Sylvester Stallone is an Everton fan thanks to his friendship with former club director Robert Earl and visited Goodison Park for a game in 2007.

The Hollywood icon said back then he wishes he had made an offer to purchase the club eight years ago.

“If I knew what I know now I’d have snapped it up," Stallone told the Mirror.

“That was when football clubs were affordable but now it’s a billionaire’s game.

"I’d need to do one of these ads every day for the next 1,000 years...”

Liverpool Echo


Joe Jonas, Tottenham

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Joe Jonas is revealed to be a supporter of Spurs, as well. The pop star tried to shoot some penalties, before performing at the O2 Arena, alongside Jonas Brothers.

“I’ve been on a shoot for Quibi, a new platform, and the show is called Cup of Joe," said Joe, while explaining his love for Spurs. " Long story short, I travel the world but I don’t get to see the world, so this is my opportunity to get to know different cities and countries and this episode is London, so I got to hang out with Ledley King, talk about this team, the legacy and what football means to London and how important it is. I also got to go on the pitch and take a penalty, so a little pressure with an audience, but I had a good time!  

“I love soccer. My first coach is here - my dad! I’ve always been a fan of soccer and married into a British family (Joe is married to English actress Sophie Turner, famed for her role as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones), so I thought I’d get my allegiance, but they are rugby fans. I’m open for business! Maybe you guys will win me over!”

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Paul McCartney, Everton & Liverpool


Living legend Paul McCartney is happen to be both Everton and Liverpool fan. Yes, it's possible! The Merseyside rivals have quite emotional fans, and no one could mess with them.

However, the Beatles icon supports both clubs of his hometown.

"Here’s the deal: my father was born in Everton, my family are officially Evertonians, so if it comes down to a derby match or an FA Cup final between the two, I would have to support Everton," explained McCartney.

"But after a concert at Wembley Arena I got a bit of a friendship with Kenny Dalglish, who had been to the gig and I thought ‘You know what? I am just going to support them both because it’s all Liverpool and I don’t have that Catholic-Protestant thing.

"So I did have to get special dispensation from the Pope to do this but that’s it, too bad. I support them both. They are both great teams.

"But if it comes to the crunch, I’m Evertonian."


Shakira, Barcelona

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Shakira, obviously, supports Barcelona, as his former partner Gerard Pique plays for the Catalan giants.

The pair reportedly met back in 2010 when the Columbian superstar was filming the music video for his World Cup anthem "Waka, Waka". Since then the couple are together and have two sons: Milan and Sasha.

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Ed Sheeran, Ipswich Town

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Ed Sheeran is one of the most popular singer/songwriters of the new generation. His heartwarming songs have conquered the world. With that success, Sheeran doesn't forget his roots as he is a supporter of his hometown football club Ipswich Town.

The singer was not once spotted in his favourite club's games, wearing the Blues' shirt.

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Matthew McConaughey, Chelsea

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Matthew McConaughey is arguably one of the most talented actors of his generation. During his recent press tour in London, the Oscar-winning actor decided to visit Chelsea and show his supoprt to his countryman Christian Pulisic.

The American is one of the Blues' finest players and, back there, in the States people seem to be very proud of him.

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