Jade from Little Mix accepts Honorary President role at South Shields FC
Chuck in the (little) mixer! Right?! Guys?
South Shields FC have announced that Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall has accepted the role of honorary president at her hometown club.
The club made the announcement on Twitter, saying the singer would use her position to "help to increase the club’s profile on a national and international scale, further putting the town on the map."
— South Shields FC (@SouthShieldsFC) August 12, 2020
Jade said: “I’m so grateful to be asked to be the Honorary President of South Shields Football Club.
“I’m incredibly proud to come from South Shields and one thing I am most proud of about my hometown is the sense of community and how we love to support each other and see each other do well in all aspects of life, which is something the football club very much embodies.
“I hope through my role I can raise awareness and increase the club’s profile, encouraging others to do the same and support our incredible team.
“I’m looking forward to also being involved with any future projects the club will embark on that coincide with what I am passionate about.”
South Shields enjoyed a brilliant 2019/20 season before it was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic and deemed null and void by the FA back in March.