Find us a bigger Celtic fan than Sir Rod Stewart, we dare you (Picture: Instagram/REX)
Sir Rod Stewart is absolutely buzzing after his beloved Celtic’s emerged secured their 52nd Scottish Premiership title.
The music icon is in high spirits after the team drew with Dundee United, so of course he had to congratulate them, Sir Rod Stewart style.
They reclaimed the Scottish Premiership title from Rangers on Wednesday, who previously prevented Celtic from winning 10 titles in a row.
But thankfully for Sir Rod, they’re back on top form, with the Maggie May singer posing in their kit as he offered his congratulations.
Sir Rod smiled for a snap in front of a Beverley Hills sign, which is where he lives.
He wore the instantly recognisable green and white striped shirt, but would it even be Sir Rod without a bandana and a super cool pair of sunnies too?
Oh, and of course his hairstyle was every inch rock and roll, spiked up.
The star wrote in his Instagram caption: ‘Celts are Champions again! @celticfc 💚’
There were plenty of fellow Celtic fans flooding his comments section with more green heart emoji and excited messages.
Elsewhere, it seems football has taken over Sir Rod’s life at the moment, as he proved you can still be down to Earth as a 77-year-old famous rocker.
There’s only one team for this rocker (Picture: Shutterstock)
The singer was seen pulling pints, stepping in as a ‘spare bartender’ for thirsty football fans recently.
He put in a shift at The Dirty Duchess in Glasgow – obviously wearing his green and white colours – with fans, naturally, fuming that they missed his spontaneous appearance.
Not only that, but Sir Rod has turned the football pitch at his mansion into a full-on training ground for his son.
Sir Rod lives and breathes football (Picture: Instagram)
The musician is very passionate about supporting his son’s under-12s team, the Junior Hoops, and is now offering them a home at his pad in Epping Forest, Essex.
His grand gesture for 10-year-old Aiden comes after the team were left without a training ground during the pandemic.
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A source said: ‘Sadly, they lost their usual ground because of the pandemic and have had nowhere to train, so Rod stepped in. He has opened his house to the entire team, along with the coaches and parents, to allow them to train.’
They added to The Sun: ‘Rod doesn’t want his son or the other kids to suffer, so he’s turned his place into their official training ground.’
Dad goals, or what?
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