One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has signed as a footballer for his beloved Doncaster Rovers.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson is hosting a charity football match in Doncaster.
Doncaster born singer Louis Tomlinson has announced he is to become a patron of the town's Bluebell Wood children's hospice.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson has apologised to fans after a series of expletives were sent out from his Twitter account.
The Doncaster singer says his account was hacked.
It is the second time in recent weeks that the band have fallen foul of online interference - their newest album "Midnight Memories" was leaked online a week before official release.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson's has been immortalised in a video game. Following his appearances for Doncaster Rovers he's been included in the 2014 edition of the Football Manager game.
Doncaster's Louis Tomlinson and his bandmates in One Direction have topped Heat magazine's Rich List for under-30s with combined earnings estimated at £59.33 million.
The group have had a string of hit singles, a movie and toured the globe after they first formed on the X-Factor in 2010.
Their third album is due to be release at the end of November.
One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has pulled out of the upcoming Doncaster Reserves game this Wednesday due to injury. The singer, who hails from Doncaster is an avid fan of the football team. He was due to play in the squad to raise money for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
But he was injured recently during another charity game in Glasgow.
One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has signed for his home team Doncaster Rovers. Louis, 21, may feature in a charity reserve game for the club at the town's Keepmoat Stadium to raise money for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
– Doncaster Rovers manager - Paul Dickov
"The transfer fee is a couple of signed autographs and a couple of tickets for one of his concerts for my kids because they're big fans."
Char-topping boy band One Direction were among the stars performing at London's Royal Albert Hall for the 100th anniversary of The Royal Variety Performance.
The former X Factor finalists , which include Louis Tomlinson from Doncaster and Zayn Malik from Bradford in their line-up, sung a heartfelt-rendition of their number one single Little Things, prompting show host David Walliams to dress up as an obsessed female fan.
The star-studded spectacular, which also included Katherine Jenkins, Girls Aloud, Robbie Williams and Alicia Keys, is due to be broadcast on ITV1 on December 3.
One Direction heart-throb Louis Tomlinson has agreed to become a patron of Sheffield' Bluebell Wood Hospice.
Louis, who is from South Yorkshire, and his One Direction bandmates first visited the hospice last year whilst taking part in the X-Factor tour.
He was so touched by the children he met here and the work the staff do that he is now using his fame to help out. On 22nd October, Louis will be playing in a charity football match at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium.
He will be playing for his old side The Three Horseshoes against a Doncaster Rovers XI with the proceeds going to Bluebell Wood. “It was really important for me to support a local charity. Bluebell Wood is such a great cause and I’m very proud to be able to help them with raising funds, ” he said.