WATCH Footballmad tot chants terrace anthems from her HIGH CHAIR


SHE may be just two years old – but this adorable toddler is already mad about football.

Zoe Earwicker, who watched her first game at under 24 hours old, has been caught on camera by her father rhyming off a string of terrace anthems from her high chair.

The angelic youngster launched into a medley of songs about former players and arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur after picking up the lyrics from her father Steven Earwicker, 37.

And while Zoe is still too young to join her father at the Emirates Stadium, she has had plenty of practice learning the words while she watches the Gunners on TV at home.

The adorable toddler sings about former Arsenal favourites Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira and Robert Pirès.

She goes on to poke fun at north London counterparts Spurs by chanting: “You sold Bale, we signed Mesut Özil.” 

Mr Earwicker, who works in sales, said: “I”m a life-long Arsenal fan and I suppose she”s just picked it up from watching the games with me. We watched Arsenal draw with Everton together before she was 24 hours old.

“I had a season ticket for 10 years and still manage to go a few times a season, but now I watch most of the games with Zoe on my knee.

“She”s pretty articulate and even though she doesn”t really know what”s going on, she”ll always sit down and cheer for Arsenal.

“My brother Paul is also an Arsenal fan so I wanted to show him that Zoe was learning the songs and that”s why I took the video.

“She picks them up really quickly and she has everyone in stitches. She looks innocent but then she bursts into song. Paul cracked up.

“Most of the songs are from when I went regularly about 10 years ago – most of those players have retired now but it makes no difference to her.”

Mr Earwicker, who also has a one-year-old daughter, Jasmine, lives with his wife Cat in Reigate, Surrey.

And he admits that he has had to alter some of the lyrics to make the songs suitable for the kids.

Mr Earwicker said: “I”ve tried to teach her some new ones but I do have to be careful with swear words or her mum would kill me.

“I changed “scum” to the “that lot” and “f**k all” to “nothing” for a few of them.

“I”ve not actually taken her to a game yet but when I do I bet she”ll be the first to join in. I think we”ll wait until she”s about five or so.

“At the minute there”s no chance of her sitting still for 90 minutes but she cheers and kisses the badge. She”s quite eloquent for a two-year-old and good at talking so it doesn”t surprise me that she likes signing.

“She knows she supports Arsenal; probably because she”s told to. 

“She”s got some of the kits and any time she sees something read she”ll just shout: “Arsenal!” 

“The video has wound-up a few Spurs fans I know so it”s done the job.”