One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson is to charge Doncaster Rovers fans £250 for selfies in a bid to raise funds for the club.
The 22-year-old, who completed a takeover deal of the League One club with cosmetic surgery magnate John Ryan last week, said the pair are hoping to attract £2 million from supporters as part of their crowdfunding project.
Interest in the club hit a peak among teenage girls last season when the What Makes You Beautiful singer declared his interest in the team, turning out to play in a reserve team fixture which drew more than 4,000 fans - a boost of around 3,900 on the second string's usual attendance.
Now the Tomlinson Ryan Trust has announced a series of crowdfunding ideas designed to boost club coffers.
According to the Trust's page, fans who bid £250 or more can "grab a selfie with Louis" before a home game. The price also includes a match ticket. So far more than 30 people have taken up the offer, the website said.
Those bidding £500 can have their picture taken with Tomlinson and the rest of the first team squad for the traditional pre-season photo, while those pledging at least £10,000 can enter a five-a-side tournament competing alongside the One Direction heartthrob "and his celebrity pals".
At the other end of the scale, those offering £5 will be able to receive a thank-you video from Ryan in their email inbox. A message from Tomlinson is twice the price.
The trust's objectives for the club, relegated to the third tier of English football last season, include:
:: Achieving Premier League status ''by careful promotion, support, finance, and investment via its holding company'';
:: Building a ''high-quality'' playing squad;
:: Expanding the club's supporter base in the UK and internationally;
:: Helping supporters obtain direct ownership of up to 5% of the club;
:: Growing the Doncaster Rovers brand;
:: Embracing and supporting youth development and sports activities generally.
In return for pledges of cash, those who give to the crowdfunding campaign will be offered rewards including a place on a newly formed ''Club 28'', which gives them the chance to have a say in the future of the club.
According to the Trust website, fundraisers have already pledged more than a quarter of the £2 million sought, in just a few days.