Russell Crowe supports Leeds, Shah Rukh Khan loves Manchester United: celebrities and the teams they support - in pictures

Russell Crowe supports Leeds, Shah Rukh Khan loves Manchester United: celebrities and the teams they support - in pictures
Russell Crowe supports Leeds, Shah Rukh Khan loves Manchester United: celebrities and the teams they support - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - New Zealand actor Russell Crowe, winner of the 2001 Best Actor Oscar for 'Gladiator' and a part owner in rugby league team South Sydney Rabbitohs, is a Leeds United fan. AFP

British singer Adele, whose hits include 'Hello' and 'Rolling in the Deep', is a Tottenham Hotspur fan. AFP

British actor Idris Elba, whose starring roles include the lead in TV series 'Luther', often attends sporting events in both the UK and USA and is an avid Arsenal fan. AFP

US actor Sylvester Stallone, best known for his roles in the Rocky franchises, is good friends with Everton chairman Bill Kenwright and has attended several Premier League games at Goodison Park. AFP

Australian actress Margot Robbie poses with a Fulham scarf during a match against Millwall at Craven Cottage, London, in 2014. AFP

Daniel Craig, who plays British spy James Bond in the upcoming 'No Time To Die' movie, loves nothing more than watching his beloved Liverpool play at Anfield. Getty Images

Star of Oscar-winning films 'Philadelphia' and 'Saving Private Ryan', Tom Hanks holds up an Aston Villa scarf as he arrives at the European Premiere of 'Charlie Wilson's War' in London in 2008. Hanks admits his fondness for the team lies more in their name than their style of play. Getty Images

The Gallagher brothers, Liam and Noel, the frontmen of 1990s super group Oasis, are die-hard Manchester City fans. Noel, in particular, can often be found in the City dressing room each time they lift a new trophy. Getty Images

British comedian Frank Skinner, who penned the anthemic 'Three Lions on a Shirt' with David Baddiel, is a long-suffering West Bromwich Albion fan. Getty Images

Actor and comedian Will Ferrel, left, poses with Chelsea captain John Terry prior to the World Football Challenge between Chelsea and Inter Milan at the Rose Bowl on July 21, 2009 in Pasadena, California. Ferrel is one of several celebrity owners of MLS side LAFC along with Mia Hamm and Magic Johnson. Getty Images

Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt poses with a Manchester United shirt prior to the Premier League match against Fulham at Old Trafford on August 25, 2012. Bolt has often spoken of how he wished he could have played professionally for the English giants. Getty Images

British actor Jude Law is a regular visitor to Tottenham Hotspur matches in London, along with his son Rudy. AFP

Kings of UK Saturday night TV and Newcastle United fans Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly attending a match at St James' Park on May 19, 2013. Getty Images

British music legend Sir Elton John has a long affiliation with English football club Watford, where he has served as chairman and has a stand named after him. Getty Images

British actor Keira Knightley, who shot to fame for her role in 2002 cult hit 'Bend It Like Beckham', is a passionate West Ham supporter and can often be found belting out the club's famous chant 'Forever Blowing Bubbles'. AFP

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is a huge Manchester United fan and has said he hopes to see his son represent the Red Devils one day. AFP

Filmmaker Spike Lee, left, is a huge Arsenal fan after first watching former Gunners striker Thierry Henry, right, in action in the early 2000s. Getty Images

One we didn't expect. Daniel Day-Lewis, who won Best Actor awards for 'My left Foot', 'There Will be Blood' and 'Lincoln' is a Millwall fan and enjoyed nothing more than watching matches at The Den. "I supported Millwall with great gusto and was on the terraces every Saturday with the rest of the lads.” AFP

'Pulp Fiction' star Samuel L Jackson fell in love with Premier League champions Liverpool when he shot the 2002 film '51st State' in the northern English city, experiencing a game at Anfield – and has been supporting the Reds ever since. AFP

British TV cook Delia Smith is a majority shareholder in English club Norwich City. AP Images

Mark Hamill, best known as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars movies, has an interesting affiliation with Premier League club Wolves that came about by accident. When asked by a Twitter follower if he liked them, Hamill answered 'yes' thinking the fan meant the animal, not the men from Molineux. Even after realising the mix-up, Hamill decided to continue his 'allegiance' with the Midlands side – saying on Twitter that "everyone got so excited - I HAD to be a fan". AFP

British actor Sir Patrick Stewart poses for a photograph with Huddersfield mascot Terry the Terrier at the John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield before a match in 2018. AFP

Scottish actor James McAvoy, who has found success on both sides of the pond, got his wish to turn out for his boyhood club Celtic during a charity match to honour legendary former manager Jock Stein in 2015. Action Images

Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, star of British comedy drama 'The Darling Buds of May' before making a name for herself in Hollywood and marrying award-winning US actor Michael Douglas, says she still follows her hometown club Swansea City. AFP

British actor, comedian and writer Sir Stephen Fry is a Norwich City fan and was at Wembley to see them beat Middlesbrough in the Championship play-off final in 2015 that saw the Canaries promoted to the Premier League. AFP

Indian cricket great MS Dhoni has never tried to hide his affection for Manchester United. Back in 2017 when Dhoni announced that he had given up the India ODI captaincy, United congratulated him on his illustrious career. Reuters

UK comedian John Bishop has for years supported his beloved Liverpool as a season-ticket holder. Courtesy Done Events

Justin Timberlake's love for Manchester United comes not through watching superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney in their pomp, but a chance meeting with squad player Alan Smith over a decade ago. AP

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