Members of the British royal family they have their favorite football teams, most of them from the Premier League and especially from London. The history of the clubs and the presence in them of certain players have been key to choosing the royals to have a favorite team.
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Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
According to goal.comQueen Elizabeth II has always tried to remain neutral and not support any particular Premier League football team, although sources close to her say that in the 60s I was a big fan of West Ham. However, manager Arsené Wenger’s presence at Buckingham Castle in 2007 also influenced his sympathy for Arsenal.
Charles of Wales
In 2012 it was revealed that Charles of Wales I was a Burnley fan. That time, the Premier League team offered him a VIP season ticket and a box at their stadium for the rest of the season. During a reception for the British Asian Trust in that year, Prince Charles spoke openly about the work of his charities in the city of Burnley, so it would not be surprising his sympathy for the clarets.
William of Cambridge
Prince William is, according to goal.comone of the members of the British royal family who likes football the most, He is a big fan of Aston Villa. and on many occasions he has been seen at the Villa Park stadium. He is the president of the English Football Association, a position he has held since 2006.
Henry of Sussex
Prince Harry, who has recently participated in the Invictus Games, he is also an Arsenal supporter. This was demonstrated when he was in New Zealand, despite the fact that he is not a great football fan. Even before resigning from royal duties, he was seen on more than one occasion present at England national team matches.
Catherine of Cambridge
Finally, Prince William’s wife, Catherine of Cambridge, She’s a big Chelsea fanas revealed in an interview in 2015.