Proud as punch! Russell Crowe dons a casual outfit as he supports his beloved South Sydney Rabbitohs team at a training session with former rugby league star Luke Burgess
He’s a co-owner of ruby league team, the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
And on Tuesday, Russell Crowe showed his support for his beloved NRL club by attending a training session with former sports star Luke Burgess in Sydney.
The 55-year-old actor donned a casual outfit as he stood on the sidelines while the team prepared themselves for the finals match at SCG on Friday.
True fan! Russell Crowe (R) showed his support for his beloved NRL team, South Sydney Rabbitohs, by attending a training session with former sports star Luke Burgess (L) on Friday
Russell looked comfortable wearing black trousers and a matching black Ralph Lauren polo shirt.
He accessorised his ensemble with a pair of navy sneakers, a gold watch and wore sunglasses to shield himself from the sun.
The Hollywood star held a coffee in one hand while he leant on the steel railing and watched the training session.
Casual: Russell (pictured) donned a casual outfit as he leant on the steel railing and watched the training session while holding a coffee in one hand
Proud: Russell (C) and Luke (R) were spotted chatting with the teams coach, Wayne Bennett, (L)
Former rugby league star Luke, whose brother Sam Burgess plays for the Rabbitohs, joined Russell at the training session.
He wore a pair of brown trousers with a white T-shirt and matching coloured pair of sneakers.
The pair were all smiles as they chatted with the teams coach, Wayne Bennett.
Supportive: Russell (pictured right with coach Wayne Bennett) and businessman Peter Holmes à Court purchased 75 per cent of the club in 2006
Russell often shows his support for the NRL team by attending games and publicly wearing the team insignia on his clothes.
A fan since his childhood, Russell and businessman Peter Holmes à Court purchased 75 per cent of the club in 2006.
He has been credited with revitalising the once-troubled club, which was excluded from the NRL from 1999 to 2002.
Dedication: Russell (pictured centre) shows his support for the time by often attending games and has been credited with revitalising the once-troubled club