Sir Rod Stewart is mostly known for his blonde barnet, his whacky sense of fashion and most of all, his love of Celtic Football Club.
The Maggie May rocker is often seen decked out in green and white clobber and is known to nod to his team whilst performing on stage.
We take a deep dive into Rod's love of the game and more importantly the club, that he even had inked on his arm forever...
Rod's love of football in general was ignited by his Scottish father Robert Stewart.
Despite being a Hibs fan, he introduced his youngest son to the Scottish game and Rod opted to cheer on a different green and white...Celtic Football Club.
On his last album, Rod dedicated the song Touchline to his late father. Speaking about the tribute to his father, he said: “If you know anything about me you know that our dad’s love of football has most definitely left its impact on me and my brothers and I’m delighted that it’s now such an important part of my children’s lives as well.
He added: "The song Touchline was my tribute to him and I’m so happy and moved that the new video takes that to the ultimate level just in time for Father’s Day.
The track and video are a heartfelt dedication to his Leith, Edinburgh-born father Robert, with Rod describing him as “a Scotsman and plumber by trade” in the lyrics.
Throughout the track, he speaks beautifully of Robert's love for football, his eventual passing and watching over him and his family forever.
In Touchline, Rod sings: “Now it's my time on the side in the rain and watch my boys play the beautiful game.”
“And sometimes, sometimes I look up to the clouds and I say ‘Dad I hope you're looking down, cause if it wasn't for you, all this might not have been.’”
It's no secret that Rod has incorporated his loveRead on dailyrecord.co.uk