One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson is prepping to show off his ball skills as he gets ready to host a charity soccer game in his hometown.
The 20-year-old soccer-mad singer will play his local pub team, The Three Horse Shoes, as they take on the Doncaster Rovers at Keepmoat Stadium in his native Doncaster, England.
Any money generated by the game will reportedly be donated to Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, which offers care to children with shortened life expectancy.
Announcing the details on his Twitter page, the 'What Makes You Beautiful' star admitted he was slightly nervous about the soccer showdown, tweeting:
''Right who's coming to the game on 22nd October?...I'm nervous about it.''
Tomlinson played for the Three Horse Shoes before he shot to fame on The X Factor, and bought the club earlier this year.
With word out about his appearance on a South Yorkshire soccer pitch, there is expected to be thousands of fans, and no doubt a flock of teenage girls, hoping to see the singer's sporting skills!