Ed Sheeran was spotted pouring pints and jumping out of his seat after returning to his beloved Ipswich Town – while even having to decline one fan's cheeky offer at the bar.
The millionaire singer-songwriter, who is the front of shirt sponsor with his +–=÷× Tour and has supported The Tractor Boys since childhood, returned to Portman Road to the delight of fellow fans. The 32-year-old went behind the bar to pour pints of San Miguel before their Championship contest against Hull City on Tuesday (October 3) got underway, with a win set to take Kieran McKenna's men top of the table.
The visit comes as he promotes his latest album Autumn Variations on social media, finding time to visit his home county of West Yorkshire during a break in touring. Posting snaps online, one fan said in response to Ed being in the crowd: "Stopped working the bar I see."
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A second added: "Class that, well in Ed." A third wrote: "Ed Sheeran is a blue, he hates Norwich!"
Another pic was entitled: "Just a normal day being served by Ed Sheeran." Poster Daisy Hendry joked: "I did offer to do a vocal for his next single but he politely declined."
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Wes Burns and Conor Chaplin were both on target in the first-half, with Ed among around than 20,000 fans in awe of another fine performance. Since finishing second in League One, Ipswich won seven of their opening nine matches with a single defeat before facing Hull.
Ed, who has a net worth of an estimated £300million having sold more than 150 records worldwide, spoke about his love for the club when his latest sponsorship was announced. He said: "I am thrilled to be sponsoring the Club again.
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"I have said before that the Football Club, and the community, means a lot to me. Hopefully I’ll make it to Portman Road again soon!
"It was great to be involved with the third kit design this year, and I am already looking forward to next season."
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