Jubilant Russell Crowe joined the mysterious blonde in the Rabbitohs match

He has much to cheer about! Jubilant Russell Crowe joined a mysterious blonde at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night, where they saw the Rabbitohs of South Sydney claim victory.

Russell Crowe has been a co-owner of South Sydney Rabbitohs since 2006.

So it was no surprise to see the Gladiator star cheering on his National Rugby League team to victory in Sydney on Thursday night.

At 54 years of age, a mysterious blonde was joined to the stands who stayed close to the Hollywood actor as they watched the Rabbitoh beat the West Tigers 54-10.

He has much to cheer about! Jubilant Russell Crowe joined a mysterious blonde at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night, where they saw the Rabbitohs of South Sydney claim victory.

He has much to cheer about! Jubilant Russell Crowe joined a mysterious blonde at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night, where they saw the Rabbitohs of South Sydney claim victory.

Number 1 fans! Russell and his dazzling companion publicly professed their love for the Rabbitohs by donning team jackets

Number 1 fans! Russell and his dazzling companion publicly professed their love for the Rabbitohs by donning team jackets

Number 1 fans! Russell and his dazzling companion publicly professed their love for the Rabbitohs by donning team jackets

Russell was not afraid to show loyalty to his team, wearing a white jacket with the Rabbitohs logo.

The star wore a short facial hair, having recently shaved the bushy beard that grew to film the next movie, The True History of the Kelly Gang.

Meanwhile, Russell's impressive companion also publicly professed her love for the South Sydney soccer team by wearing a jacket with the team's red and green colors.

In a good mood! The couple joined the stands thanks to several other Rabbitohs stands, including former Spicks & Specks presenter Adam Hills.

In a good mood! The couple joined the stands thanks to several other Rabbitohs stands, including former Spicks & Specks presenter Adam Hills.

In a good mood! The couple joined the stands thanks to several other Rabbitohs stands, including former Spicks & Specks presenter Adam Hills.

Everything smiles: in a moment, Russell and the mysterious woman seemed to be alone together, discovered in a deep conversation

Everything smiles: in a moment, Russell and the mysterious woman seemed to be alone together, discovered in a deep conversation

Everything smiles: in a moment, Russell and the mysterious woman seemed to be alone together, discovered in a deep conversation

Also showing off in a very good mood, the stunning blonde was seen brandishing a glass of wine while watching the action unfold on the field.

The couple joined the stands thanks to several other Rabbitohs stands, including former Spicks & Specks presenter Adam Hills.

However, in a moment, Russell and the mysterious woman seemed to be alone together, discovered in a deep conversation.

You are in the camera! The scenes were broadcast on Thursday night of Channel Nine, which broadcast the soccer game live on television.

You are in the camera! The scenes were broadcast on Thursday night of Channel Nine, which broadcast the soccer game live on television.

You are in the camera! The scenes were broadcast on Thursday night of Channel Nine, which broadcast the soccer game live on television.

Always in the stands: Russell is a regular at Rabbitohs games across the country

Always in the stands: Russell is a regular at Rabbitohs games across the country

Always in the stands: Russell is a regular at Rabbitohs games across the country

The scenes were broadcast on Thursday night of Channel Nine, which broadcast the game of rugby league 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! Russell seemed delighted that the Rabbitoh had beaten the West Tigers by a whopping 44 points.

Something to smile! Russell seemed delighted that the Rabbitoh had beaten the West Tigers by a whopping 44 points.

Something to smile! Russell seemed delighted that the Rabbitoh had beaten the West Tigers by a whopping 44 points.

Meanwhile, the Oscar winner is back in his hometown, Sydney, after filming The True History of The Kelly Gang in rural Victoria.

Based on the book of the same name by Peter Carey, the next film details the ranger Ned Kelly while evading the authorities in the 19870s.

Russell will play against the old ranger Harry Power in the action movie, which is co-starring Charlie Hunnam, Nicolas Hoult and Claudia Karvan.

Coming soon on the screens: the Oscar winner has been busy filming The True Story of The Kelly Gang

Coming soon on the screens: the Oscar winner has been busy filming The True Story of The Kelly Gang

Coming soon on the screens: the Oscar winner has been busy filming The True Story of The Kelly Gang

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