Proud as a blow! Russell Crowe puts on a casual outfit while supporting his beloved South Sydney Rabbitohs team during a training session with former rugby league star Luke Burgess
He is co-owner of the 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 sportswoman Luke Burgess in Sydney.
The 55-year-old actor put on a casual outfit while standing on the sidelines as the team prepared for the final game at SCG on Friday.
Real fan! Russell Crowe (R) showed his support for his beloved NRL team, South Sydney Rabbitohs, by attending a training session with former sportswoman Luke Burgess (L) on Friday
Russell looked comfortable with black pants and a matching black Ralph Lauren polo shirt.
He acceded his ensemble with a pair of marine sneakers, a gold watch and wore sunglasses to protect himself from the sun.
The Hollywood star held a coffee in one hand as he leaned on the steel railing and watched the training session.
Casual: Russell (photo) was wearing a casual outfit as he leaned on the steel rail and watched the training session while holding a coffee in one hand
Proud: Russell (C) and Luke (R) were seen as chatting with the team coach, Wayne Bennett, (L)
Former rugby league star Luke, whose brother Sam Burgess plays for the Rabbitohs, went to the training session with Russell.
He was wearing brown trousers with a white T-shirt and matching colored sneakers.
The couple were all smiling when they talked to team coach Wayne Bennett.
Supporting: Russell (pictured on the right with coach Wayne Bennett) and businessman Peter Holmes à Court bought 75 percent of the club in 2006
Russell often shows his support for the NRL team by attending competitions and wearing the team insignia on his clothing in public.
Russell and businessman Peter Holmes à Court have been fans since childhood and bought 75 percent of the club in 2006.
He is credited with revitalizing the once troubled club, which was excluded from the NRL from 1999 to 2002.
Dedication: Russell (center photo) shows his support for that time by often going to competitions and is credited with revitalizing the once troubled club
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