The Most Famous Fans Of Each Premier League Club

The Most Famous Fans Of Each Premier League Club
By Nathan Molloy Updated
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The Premier League's global appeal over the years has gained famous fans for all 20 of its clubs. In this article, we'll go through each of the league's club's most famous follower.

The most famous fans of every Premier League club

AFC Bournemouth

Perhaps the most surprising name on this list, comedy icon Seth Rogan follows the Cherries after picking their name out of a hat on the show Soccer AM. Matt Tong, Alex James and Mel Bush also follow the fortunes of seaside club.

Arsenal

Queen Elizabeth II was said to be a fan of the Gunners and even invited the team to visit Buckingham Palace back in 2007. Other famous Gooners include Idris Elba, Piers Morgan, KSI, Jack Whitehall, Dara O'Briain, Lewis Hamilton and Fidel Castro.

Aston Villa

Hollywood A-lister Ton Hanks supports the once European champions, and is one of the most famous fans of any Premier League club. Prince William, Ozzy Osbourne, David Bradley, David Cameron, Oliver Phelps, Roger Taylor, Pauline McLynn, Lee Child and Kris Marshall are also fans of Stephen Gerrard's team.

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Brentford

Former Sky Sports presenter Natalie Sawyer is a fan of Thomas Frank's side although she never got the chance to present her team on Super Sunday having left the station in 2018. Other stars who support the Bees are Richard Archer, Adam Devlin, Rick Wakeman and Dan Tana.

Brighton and Hove Albion

The Seagull's most famous supporter would have to be DJ, musician and record producer Fatboy Slim. Other notable fans of the south coast side are Jon Snow, Rag'n'Bone man, James Haddock, Robert Bathurst, Jamie Theakston, Mark Williams and Des Lynam.

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Chelsea

David Attenborough will hope Graham Potter will evolve Chelsea in order to compete for the top honours in the game. Will Ferrell, Nigella Lawson, Geri Halliwell, Tim Lovejoy, Michael Caine, Jeremy Clarkson, Justin Bieber and Gordan Ramsey are said to be famous Chelsea supporters as well.

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Crytal Palace

Taken star Liam Neeson must have been impressed with Selhurst Park's footballers certain set of skills to pledge his allegiance to the South London side. Kevin Day, Jo Brand, Eddie Izzard, Mark Steel, Bill Nighy, Paul Weller and Simon Bird are also stars who watch Patrick Viera's young team.

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Everton

Star of the Rocky series of movies, Slyvester Stallone will be hoping the Toffees knock points off the heavyweight sides in the Premier League this season. Judi Dench, Amanda Holden, Jodie Colmer, Paul McCartney, Shane MacGowen, Nicola Roberts, Tony Bellew, Jeff Hardy and Tommy Fleetwood are fellow famous fans of the Merseyside club.

Fulham

Four Weddings and a Funeral star Hugh Grant has gone through similar emotions as seen in the film while supporting the West Londoners. The Craven Cottage side can boast of multiple film and Tv stars such as Margot Robbie, Richard Osman, Joaquin Phoenix, Daniel Radcliffe, Pierce Brosnan and singers Lily Allen and Kylie Minogue.

Leeds United

Best known for his performance in the movie Gladiator, Russell Crowe would have definitely been entertained by some of the performances from Jesse Marsch's team this season. Matthew Lewis, Ardal O'Hanlon, Mel B, Nikolaj Coster Waldau, Jeremy Paxman, Jack P. Shepherd, Dave Clark, Chris Edwards and David Seamen are other well known people who follow the Yorkshire club.

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Leicester City

Current Match of The Day presenter Gary Lineker supports the Foxes and famously presented the show in just his underwear after their surprise title win in the 2015-16 season. Sergio Pinozzo, Martin Johnson, Manish Bhasin, Mark Selby, Bill Maynard, Willie Thorne, David Neilson and Sam Bailey also folllow Brendan Roger's side.

Liverpool

Oscar winner Brad Pitt follows the fortunes of Jurgen Klopp's side. Famous fans of the 6-time European champions include Samuel L. Jackson, LeBron James, John Bishop, Adam Woodyatt, Angelie Jolie, Jason Isaacs, Daniel Craig and Pope John Paul II.

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Manchester City

The one thing both Noel and Liam Gallagher can agree on these days is that Manchester is Blue. Noel has made a few appearances on Sky Sports talking about Pep's team. Other famous Cityzens include Marco Pierre White, Timothy Dalton, Michelle Keegan, Ricky Hatton, Ice Cube, Jackie Chan and Andrew Flintoff.

Manchester United

8-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt is a fan of the Red Devils and has attended a few matches at Old Trafford. Other notable followers of the club are, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Floyd Mayweather, Rory McIlroy, Eamonn Holmes, Miley Cyrus, Megan Fox and Harry Styles.

Newcastle

TV's presenting duo Ant and Dec will be hoping Newcastle's new ownership will bring in as much silverware as they have TV awards. The Toon Army also boasts the membership of famous names such as Sam Fender, Chris Eubank, Cameron Norrie, Cheryl, James Bay, Gabby Logan, Sting, Tony Blair and Brian Blesses.

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Nottingham Forest

TV presenter Matt Forde supports the newly promoted side. Other notable mentions include Stuart Broad, Ken Clarke, Su Pollard, Joe Dempsie, Lee Westwood and Carl Froch

Southampton

BBC's Countryfile presenter Chris Packham will be expecting that Ralph Hassenhuttl will make his side avoid the drop to the wilderness that is the championship. Famous saints also include Craig David, David Frost, Lucy Pinder, Will Champion, Iwan Thomas and Rishi Sunak.

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Tottenham Hotspur

Spiderman star Tom Holland supports the North London side and has been filmed cheekily asking Kylian Mbappe to join them at last year's Balon D'Or ceremony. Other fans of the Spurs are J.K Rowling, Adele, AJ Tracey, Alan Sugar, Jude Law, Michael McIntyre, Mark Wahlberg and Dave Baustista.

West Ham

Eastenders actor Danny Dyer follows the Hammers, even interviewing Mark Noble for the club's official Youtube channel. Other famous followers of the East London side are Russell Brand, Mike Gapes, Steve Harris, Ethan Payne, Kriss Akabusi, Lennox Lewis, Alfred Hitchcock, Ray Winstone and Phil Jupitus.

Wolves

Star Wars star Mark Hamil became a supporter of the Molineux side after being convinced by their supporters on Twitter. Suzi Perry, Beverly Knight, Robert Plant, Mark Rhodes, Andy Murray, Mike Tyson, Peter Barker and Steve Edge are other household names that support the Midlands club.

Have we missed any major fans of Premier League clubs?

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