Famous Stoke City Fans – When The Britannia Meets Celeb

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Stoke City have unfairly been made a joke of English football and it doesn’t seem to be dying out any time soon. Current gaffer Mark “Sparky” Hughes had a brilliant last season with the Potters, and he hasn’t seemed to have been noticed for all of his graft and success. Today we take a look at which famous Stoke City fans have no problem whatsoever visiting the Britannia on a cold rainy Tuesday night…

Most Famous of Famous Stoke City Fans

The rockstar of Famous Stoke City Fans Slash is a proud Potter.

But can he do it on a cold rainy day….

Guitar legend Slash grew up in the Midlands town and congratulated Stoke on making it to the 2011 FA Cup Final:

Tweeting via Twitter.com/slash, the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist wrote: “I got up to find that the satellite channel the match was on I don’t subscribe to! But I hear Stoke won 5/zip! Congrats Stoke City!”

Ok, so he couldn’t be arsed to even stay up to stream the game like the other mere mortals would but it’s still good celebrity supporter bragging rights for Stoke City.

Hardest of Famous Stoke City Fans


Sugar Ray Leonard, probably the greatest boxer of the 80’s appeared at the Britannia Stadium in September 2008 for a match against Chelsea in a Stoke shirt and cheered them on to a 2-0 loss.

Campest of Famous Stoke City Fans

Famous Stoke City Fans, Julian Clary

The most glamorous of famous Stoke City fans! Rumour has it that sexual innuendo lover Julian spent a lot of time in Stoke as a child and is quite the fan of The Potters and has been spotted at a few home games.

Most Random of Famous Stoke City Fans

Famous Stoke City Fans - Busta Rhymes

Busta didn’t choose the Stoke City life. The Stoke City life chose him.

Other Famous Stoke City fans:

Anthony la Paglia – Actor
A-ha! – Music Group
Dennis Quaid – Actor
Frank Bough – TV presenter
Dominic Cork – Former cricketer
Nick Hancock – TV presenter
Julian Clarey – Comedian
Jeremy Bates – Former tennis player
Angela Smith – World champion squash player
Stephen Fleming – New Zealand cricket captain
Stephen Foster – Author
Ted Hankey – Darts player
Adrian Lewis – Darts player
Dave Harold – Snooker player
Andy Robinson – Rugby Union coach
Morgan Spurlock – Filmmaker

Did we miss out any famous Stoke City fans?

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