Sir Rod Stewart has shown his support for a Possilpark football team after learning of their struggle to maintain vital funds.

Avid football fan Sir Rod has now stepped in to provide financial help for Glasgow Perthshire FC, a small club based in the North of Glasgow.

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Known as 'The Shire', the club plays in the lower reaches of the West of Scotland Football League.

Sir Rod became involved with the club after hearing a fan's music while he was attending a Celtic match.

The star singer was spotted in Glasgow city centre this weekend where he signed shirts to help raise funds.

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In an energetic video taken on Gordon street, he held up a club shirt while shouting: "Come and join the Shire membership.

"This a proper football team and I’m going to send them some financial support.

“Up the shire.”

For more information on Glasgow Perthshire FC click here.