Ed Sheeran not good luck charm at football game as he watches Ipswich Town lose

Ed Sheeran kept his head down as he took some time out of his busy schedule to watch football.

The Thinking Out Loud singer was spotted in the stands at Portman Road, to see his beloved team Ipswich Town take on Rotherham United.

And it seems the 28-year-old attempted to go unnoticed at the game, opting for navy club hoodie and a baseball cap as he joined a pal for the evening.

Unfortunately, he wasn’t quite the lucky charm for the team, who ended up losing 2-0.

Which isn’t ideal…

But he didn’t seem too fussed about the whole thing, as he was pictured laughing and joking with his friend.


Ed’s football trip comes after his manager revealed he’s actually secretly the biggest troll – and we wouldn’t expect anything less.

Stuart Camp has been managing Ed since way back in 2011, with the pair unsurprisingly becoming very good friends in that time.

However, the You Need Me singer has been getting playful with Stuart, sliding in some ‘stupid clauses’ into his contract.

Y’know, just to keep him in check.


During an appearance on the BBC Introducing podcast, he let slip to host Rob Adcock: ‘Every year he puts a stupid clause in it that I have to proceed with. It’s the honest to God truth.’

‘I have to carry a picture of them in my wallet at all times.

‘I have a little laminated card of those lovely twins.

‘I have to have that with me at all time. It’s in my management contract. Stupid things like that.’

Well, why not?

But unfortunately for Stuart, Ed misunderstood the whole thing, and has actually taken it a step further – insisting he shows the picture to people everywhere he goes.

‘If I’m in [a magazine] and there isn’t a picture of it, he rings me and says, “You’re in breach”.’

Who knew Ed had it in him?

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