One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson plays football with Doncaster Rovers FC

One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson plays football with Doncaster Rovers FC


1D’s Louis Tomlinson swapped the stage for
the pitch when he donned a Doncaster Rovers football shirt in front of a crowd of thousands
this week at the Keepmoat stadium. The heart throb made his debut for the reserves
after signing as a non-contract player for his home town club last August to raise money
for a local children’s hospice. The 22-year-old didn’t get to play at his
planned appearance in September due to an injury, but this time Louis was brought on
in the 65th minute of the game much to the delight of the more than 5000 fans that cheered
him all the way. Not bad when usually the club gets less than 100 supporters per game. Despite the game ending nil nil the screaming
crowds didn’t seem to mind and neither did Louis saying it was an honour to play for
a club he’d idolised growing up. It’s such an honour to be involved in a club
that, you know, I spent most of my childhood going down to the games and just putting the
shirt on is just, you know, a boyhood dream. Well, we think he proved he has the footballing
X Factor.

23 thoughts on “One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson plays football with Doncaster Rovers FC

  1. For all the haters out there. The only thing that matters is b/c of him 5,000 extra tickets were sold that will go to the HOSPICE CHARITY. Shouldn't that be all that matters?? Duh

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