ED SHEERAN has helped to promote Ipswich’s new home and away kit in a stunning social media video.

Earlier this month the 31-year-old singer, whose net worth is estimated to be around £147million, announced that he will continue as the Tractor Boys’ shirt sponsor for another year.

Ed Sheeran has helped to promote Ipswich's new kits


Ed Sheeran has helped to promote Ipswich’s new kitsCredit: https://twitter.com/IpswichTown/status/1537354162081497088?s=20&t=zQP4HspAm38G4ImUJTKJog

He became a sponsor for his beloved hometown club last year, putting the logo of his mathematics tour on the front of both the men’s and women’s shirts.

His influence resulted in the highest amount of home shirt sales for the club in 15 years.

As a result, he was given an honorary position in the squad after being handed the No.17 shirt.

This year, Sheeran has helped to promote the kits once again, but this time in a huge social media promotion video which includes a cameo from heavyweight boxer Fabio Wardley.

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Wardley, who is also a passionate Ipswich fan, narrates the video while Sheeran comes in modelling the new strip at the end.

The home kit pays homage to the strip worn by the Ipswich side that took part in the inaugural Premier League season 30 years ago.

The main body includes a triangular-like design based on the iconic Cobbold Stand at Portman Road.

It also has a hidden message inside the collar which reads: “Running towards adversity” – a motto that was instilled when new American owners took over the club last year.

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The red away kit celebrates the club’s recent reunion with Umbro, inspired by the 1995 strip.

Sheeran took to Instagram to share some pictures of the new kit with a comment that read: “New Ipswich Town kit for the Suffolk in all of us, sponsored by ya boy, see you next season x.”


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