ROCKSTAR Rod Stewart could be wearing it well this Saturday thanks to Glasgow ice hockey club the Braehead Clan.
The veteran world super star has been given a personal VIP invitation to Clan’s game this weekend with Coventry Blaze.
Club bosses are hoping the Maggie May singer will be able to get along to the Braehead Arena on Saturday night for a family affair on the banks of the Clyde.
As fate would have it just a day after Rod rocks the SSE Hydro as part of his world tour, the 71-year-old’s son Liam will also be in town facing up against the Clan in the colours of Coventry.
And Braehead chiefs have extended an invite to Stewart Snr to come and enjoy the EIHL game, with even a special personalised jersey being commissioned for the man himself.
Sporting the club’s very own purple tartan, the name Sir Rod has been placed on the back of the unique shirt. The number 45, the year he was born, is also printed on the top.
A Braehead source said: “The club have known for some time that Rod would be in town around the game with Coventry and were keen to try and recognise it.
“The jersey was made up and there is the hope that Rod will come along to the game on Saturday night to try it on and enjoy the game.
“We’ve tried to get in touch with Rod to let him know about it, and given he’s not back on stage until Sunday in Liverpool, you just never know.
“The other big question will be that given his special jersey, who is he going to support?”
Stewart of course is no stranger to attending the odd sporting event. A passionate Celtic fan, the rocker is a regular at Parkhead cheering on his team.
Son Liam, whose mum is former model Rachel Hunter, is a bright star of British ice hockey who joined Coventry in the summer.
The 22-year-old previously carved out a promising career for himself in North America, and has also represented Great Britain on the ice.
A spokesman for Rod Stewart was unavailable for comment.