Steven Gerrard was spotted celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at the Conor McGregor pub in Dublin.
The Liverpool legend had been out at the Black Forge Inn pub when a series of photos emerged on social media.
The pub itself has posted a number of photos on its various channels, including its Instagram page which has 168,000 followers.
A post shared by the venue was captioned: “Special visitor to the Black Forge Inn @stevengerrard.”
McGregor wasn’t there at the facility he bought in 2020 — he partied in Savannah, Georgia, instead.
But that didn’t stop Gerrard from visiting the Crumlin boozer, which was gobbled up by fans wanting to take selfies throughout the night.
However, the former England international was in good spirits, even posing with McGregor’s own brand of solid Forged Irish.
The pub put on quite a show to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, as you would expect from an Irish pub on such a day.
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There were stilt walkers outside to greet customers and traditional Irish dancers inside the room.
Live music rang out late into the night, including a troupe of saxophonists.
And, of course, the walls were draped in green, ranging from rows of balloons to huge lights to celebrate the occasion.
McGregor, meanwhile, was out of town as he was invited to Savannah as a thank you by firefighters and police.
The UFC legend has donated over £3million to their charity ‘Tunnel to Towers’, which helps firefighters and police receive medical attention.
Gerrard remains unemployed after being sacked at Aston Villa earlier this season with the club in a relegation battle.
The Villans had won just two games in 12 Premier League games before the 42-year-old was handed the chop in October last year and has since been replaced by Unai Emery.