Coventry City Celebrity Fans and Famous Fans
Eddie Jordan Fan
The Formula One guru and team owner was regularly spotted in the director's box at Highfield Road and was even linked with takeover bids to the club.
David Moorcroft Fan
The former world record holder for 5000 metres was born in Coventry and has always been a fan of the Sky Blues.
Richard Keys Fan
The "Banter-loving" TV sports presenter, currently working for BeIN Sports, is another Sky Blues fan who was born in the city.
Jimmy Hill Fan
Footballer, turned legendary TV presenter and football pundit, Jimmy Hill was manager of the Sky Blues in the 1960s, even penning the club song "The Sky Blue Song". He remained a fan of the club after leaving his position there in 1967.
Alistair McGowan Fan
The comic impressionist apparently supports two teams, Leeds Utd and Coventry City, the club which was geographically closest to him when he grew up.
The Enemy Fan
Indie band (known in the USA as The Enemy UK) were formed in Coventry in 2006 and are big followers of the club.
Other Confirmed Famous Followers of Coventry City
- Vince Hill - 1960's pop-star.
- Paul King - Singer (King).
- Neville Staple - 2 Tone legend.