Iron Maiden singer Dickinson roars support for Tigers #Team500 club

Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden at the launch of Trooper beer.
Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden at the launch of Trooper beer.
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Worksop born Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has joined the #Team500 Club to support Worksop Town FC.

The 56-year-old, a former Manton Primary pupil, became the 320th member of the Tigers season ticket scheme that has raised £64,000 for the club.

Dickinson joined heavy metal band Iron Maiden in 1981 and rose to world wide fame.

Along with his role as a singer, he is an airline pilot, broadcaster and played a major part in developing Trooper Ale with Robinson’s brewery in Stockport.

He joins fellow Worksop born stars like former England manager Graham Taylor, golfers Lee Westwood and Mark Foster and footballer Ian Bennett in the #Team500 Club.

Members pay £200 in return for a season ticket and a range of discounts on goods and services from local stores.