Which football team does King Charles support?
THE Royal Family have been linked with various football clubs throughout their illustrious reign.
You’ll often see the likes of King Charles, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton attending big events such as Royal Ascot and last year’s Euro 2020 final.
The Queen has been involved in horse racing throughout her life, and owns over 150 racehorses to feed her passion.
In 1966, Queen Elizabeth ll passed the World Cup trophy to England captain Sir Bobby Moore, and has attended plenty more sporting events since.
So with that being said, which football team does her son King Charles actually support?
What football team does King Charles support?
It wasn’t until 2012 that the team Charles supported was revealed.
While doing some charity work up in Burnley, he admitted he was a fan of the Clarets, who were in the Championship at the time.
Charles was asked at the time about his work in Burnley, and he revealed he wanted to help an area in need.
What did King Charles say about Burnley?
“Burnley has been through some very challenging times and I’m trying to find ways of helping to regenerate and raise aspirations and self-esteem in that part of the world.”
Burnley then rewarded Charles with a VIP season ticket at Turf Moor.
Charles’ eldest son Prince William is also an avid football fan, and was spotted at the Euro 2020 final last summer.
William is an Aston Villa fan, and is frequently spotted at their games supporting the Villains in person.
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