Which football team does Robbie Williams support?

AS well as being an international superstar, Robbie Williams is known for his passion for football.

But now he lives in the US, some fans may wonder which footy team he still supports.

Robbie Williams is a huge football fan and known for his love of the beautiful gameGetty

Which football team does Robbie Williams support?

Robbie Williams is a lifelong fan of his hometown team, Port Vale.

The singer grew in Stoke-on-Trent and has remained extremely loyal to the local area.

However on August 28, 2023, Williams posted a video of himself confessing to be a “Spurs fan now”.

Taking to Instagram, he shared a clip of himself belting out his hit song Angels, but with the Tottenham fans’ Ange Postecoglou lyrics.

He sang: “And through it all, we’re playing the way we want to.

“Big Ange Postecoglou, whether I’m right or wrong.

“You can keep your Pochettino, Conte and Mourinho, and even Christian Gross.

“‘Cause everywhere we go, I’m loving Big Ange instead.”

He then added: “Guess I’m a Spurs fan now then.”

Tottenham fans absolutely loved Williams’ video.

One wrote: “Best thing ever !!!”

While a second tweeted: “Ange has even icons loving him.”

A third commented: “Ange ball is infectious.”

While another claimed: “We’re winning the league.”

What has Robbie Williams said about football?

Since his rise to fame, Williams has always been very vocal about his love of Port Vale, because it is where he grew up.

He famously told fans in 2003: “The papers can talk about my personal life or whatever — but don’t mess with me and the Vale.”

Speaking to The Sentinel, he said: “The truth is I’ve been a Port Vale fan all my life.

“When I was younger I was in the Railway Paddock and I used to dream about sitting in the chairman’s box.”

In the same interview, a then 29-year-old Williams appealed to the people of Stoke-on-Trent to be patient while he “grows up” — and spoke of his dream of one day !playing a key role” at Port Vale.

And in 2006, the singer stumped up some cash to bail the Valiants out of trouble.

Williams became the majority shareholder of the cash-strapped League One club – costing him £250K.

Speaking to BBC Radio Stoke in June 2023, just before he performed a concert at Vale Park, he again talked about how much the club and the local town meant to him.

The singer said: “I am just wondering what it’s going to feel like for the person that used to be Robert, and now is Robbie, coming back to do this in a stadium I once sat in.

“I really don’t know how that’s going to feel.

“I wonder if I am going to cry, I wonder if I’m going to be non-emotional, I really wonder what’s going to go on, I really won’t know until I get there.”

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