Russell Crowe has been part-owner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs since 2006.
So it was no surprise to see the Gladiator star cheering his National Rugby League team to victory in Sydney on Thursday night.
The 54-year-old was joined in the stands by a mystery blonde who kept close to the Hollywood actor as they watched the Rabbitohs thrash the West Tigers 54-10.
He’s got lots to Crowe about! Jubilant Russell is joined by a stunning blonde as he watches his beloved Rabbitohs claim victory in Sydney
Number 1 fans! Russell and his stunning companion publicly professed their love for the Rabbitohs by donning team jackets
Russell wasn’t afraid to show allegiance to his team, donning a white jacket emblazoned with the Rabbitohs logo.
The star sported cropped facial hair, having recently shaved off the bushy beard he grew for filming of the upcoming movie, The True History of the Kelly Gang.
Meanwhile, Russell’s stunning companion also publicly professed her love for the South Sydney football team, by donning a jacket in the team colours of red and green.
In high spirits! The pair were joined in the stands by a number of other Rabbitohs supporters, including former Spicks & Specks host, Adam Hills
All smiles: At one point, Russell and the mystery woman appeared to be left alone together, spotted deep in conversation
Also appearing in high spirits, the breathtaking blonde was seen brandishing a glass of wine as she watched the action unfold on the field.
The pair were joined in the stands by a number of other Rabbitohs supporters, including former Spicks & Specks host, Adam Hills.
However at one point, Russell and the mystery woman appeared to be left alone together, spotted deep in conversation.
You’re on camera! The scenes were broadcast on Channel Nine’s Thursday Night Football, which was airing the football match live on television
Always in the stands: Russell is a regular at Rabbitohs games across the country
The scenes were broadcast on Channel Nine’s Thursday Night Football, which was airing the rugby league match live on television.
Russell is a regular at Rabbitohs games across the country, last month seen on the sidelines with his sons, Charles, 14, and Tennyson, 12.
The actor shares his two children with his ex-wife, Danielle Spencer.
Something to smile about! Russell seemed thrilled that the Rabbitohs had thrashed the West Tigers by a whopping 44 points
Meanwhile, the Oscar winner is back in his home city of Sydney after filming The True History of The Kelly Gang in rural Victoria.
Based on Peter Carey’s book of the same name, the forthcoming film details bush-ranger Ned Kelly as he evades authorities in the 1870s.
Russell is set to play older bush-ranger Harry Power in the action film, which co-stars Charlie Hunnam, Nicolas Hoult and Claudia Karvan.
Coming soon to screens: The Oscar winner has been busy filming The True History of The Kelly Gang