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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

What friends are for... The One Direction boys support Louis Tomlinson as he plays in charity football match


Doing his bit of good: One Direction's Louis Tomlinson took part in a charity football match on Monday at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster

Since they were put together as a five-piece on The X Factor they have become the best of friends.
So it comes as no surprise the boys in One Direction were in tow to support Louis Tomlinson as he showcased his football skills during a charity match in his hometown of Doncaster.
With only Zayn Malik, 19, not in attendance, Harry Styles, 18, Liam Payne, 19, and Niall Horan, 19, cheered their 20-year-old band mate along on Monday, as his team Three Horseshoes took on Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Supportive band mates: Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Harry Styles (R-L) were all in tow to cheer Louis on

On arrival to the stadium, as usual, the boys were greeted by a number of fans who had also turned up to support the game which looks to raise money for the Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Despite his confident display as he made his way into the changing room, Louis confessed on Twitter that he was feeling a bit anxious.
He tweeted: 'The big day today I'm nervous . Anyone who wants to come to the game that doesn't have a ticket don't worry you can pay on the turnstile :)'

On arrival: Louis appeared to be in high spirits as he said hello to fans outside the stadium

Promising to give all the Directioners in attendance an impromptu meet and greet session, he also wrote: 'Come down to the players entrance I will try and say hello if Paul will let me ha :)'
Stepping on to the pitch, the That's What Makes You Beautiful singer looked the part as he warmed up in a red sweatshirt, white shirt and football boots.
Once the game began, Tomlinson took off his red shirt to reveal a white football shirt with the number 17 on it as he prepared to give the 90-minute game his all.

'I'm nervous': The 20-year-old admitted on Twitter that he was a little anxious to get in the pitch as his team Three Horseshoes took on Doncaster Rovers to raise money for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice

Giving it his all: The former X Factor contestant showed off his fancy footwork on the field

Loyal girlfriend: Louis' partner Eleanor Calder was of course there to cheer him on from her seat

source: dailymail

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