Best news ever for One Direction fans in Glasgow? Louis Tomlinson is heading to Parkhead

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has signed up for Paul McStay's MAESTRIO charity match at Celtic Park next month.

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The singer will return to the Parkhead club for a second time on Sunday, September 7.

He previously played for the Hoops in the Stiliyan Petrov charity match last year.

During that match, however, the star was sick on the sidelines.

This time around, however, he will be facing Celtic as he's been recruited to Rio Ferdinand's All-Stars side, who will take on Paul McStay's Maestros.

Tickets are on sale now and for more information, visit


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