Every club has at least one celebrity fan, although some are more famous than others. Coca-Cola League 2 side Bury can include an Oscar winner amongst their fans, while Barnet boast the voice of football John Motson!

Over the course of the season we've spoken to a number of 'Famous Fans' in our regular feature, by the same name, just click on the text to read the aricle in full.

Exeter City's Olympic swimming star Liam Tancock missed the Grecians return to the Football League in August as he was away competing in Beijing but he kept his club close to his heart as he reveals here.

Cricket pundit David Lloyd may now be used to travelling the world commentating on the England cricket team but his life following sport was slightly less glamorous, as a youngster sitting on a wall to watch his club Accrington Stanley, to read more click here.

Actor Tom Law may appear to be from the East End but any keen eyed viewers of Eastenders may have seen him wearing Leicester City boxer shorts in one episode of the long running soap. With so many of the cast London born and bred he admits that he gets plenty of stick for his choice of team!

Drummer Steve White doesn't get to too many Charlton Athletic matches, after years travelling the world with Paul Weller, The Who and Oasis. He grew up as an Addicks fan along with most of his family but his choice of favourite player may come as a surprise.

The Chuckle Brothers are used to making people laugh and enjoying themselves but they admit life as a Rotherham United has been tough to say the least over the last few years.

Guitarist Dave Best dreams of playing at Elland Road and with his band the Pidgeon Detectives enjoying enormous success that could happen sooner rather than later.

Craig David has always declared his love for Southampton, after growing up in the town and the 27-year-olds choice of favourite player is fully understandable.

Being in a band might sound like a glamorous job but for The Chemists bass guitarist Wayne Jones, dividing his time between performing and removing dead bodies prevents him from seeing his beloved Bristol Rovers as often as he'd like!

The Hours guitarist Antony Genn also doesn't get to see his club Sheffield United, as often as he'd like but when he does go to Bramall Lane these days there's no more space in the Directors Box as he reveals.

Bass Guitarist Andy Hopkins is another who has been suffering withdrawal symptoms from football, getting to see his side Coventry City less and less due to other commitments but he admits that probably a good thing as he's proved a bad omen in the past.

Actor Tamer Hassan couldn't afford to watch his club, Millwall, play when he was growing up so he's making up for it now, that is when he's not starring alongside 'A' list celebrities!

Kasabian star Sergio Pizzorno has met some of the biggest names in music but that didn't prepare him for the day he met his idol Leicester City's Steve Walsh.