Zac Efron wears a Tottenham shirt at new Spurs stadium… but seven years ago he was an Arsenal fan

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The Hollywood star watched Spurs beat Brighton 1-0 at the new White Hart Lane

Can someone tell Zac Efron he’s not allowed to support Tottenham AND Arsenal?

The Hollywood star wore a Spurs shirt at the new White Hart Lane during the 1-0 victory over Brighton on Tuesday night.

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Zac Efron poses alongside Tottenham players

Efron accepted an invitation from Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and watched on in delight as Christian Eriksen struck at the death.

But it would appear the 31-year-old isn’t a die-hard fan.

Seven years ago, he was spotted wearing an Arsenal shirt during a visit to the Emirates to watch the Gunners play Chelsea.

Following two teams is considered an unforgivable crime in English football – and Efron risks the wrath of north London by openly supporting the two fierce rivals.

The ex-High School Music star watched Arsenal in 2012

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The ex-High School Music star watched Arsenal in 2012

He now joins the likes of Snoop Dogg and Justin Bieber on the infamous list of glory-hunting celebrities.

Nonetheless, in a 2014 interview with the BBC, Efron admitted he is a huge football fan.

He said: “I get to a few LA Galaxy games, but not enough. It’s fun and the sport is really starting to grow in the United States.


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“I saw David Beckham play a few times and watched a game next to him, which was awesome. He is a great dude.

“When I am in the UK, I always try to get to a game. I saw Arsenal play Chelsea in 2012.

“The chants you have here are insane – like a long poem that every single person knows. It is a little different to baseball.”

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