Take That signs were spotted on stadiums across the UK last night prompting excitement among fans they could be about to announce a new UK tour.

Take That performed at King Charles III's Coronation concert back in May and the British Summer Time Festival in June, but hasn't had a full UK since 2019.

The band - which consists of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - are set to release a new single - Windows on Friday (September 22).

Fans convinced Take That are set to announce UK tour

A Giant spotlight with the Take That band logo was projected onto stadiums/arenas across the UK last night.

The logo could be seen on stadiums including:

  • Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea
  • St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
  • Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
  • Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
  • Co-Op Live Arena, Manchester
  • Riverside Stadium, Middlesborough
  • City Ground Stadium, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire

Further fueling speculation of a Take That UK Tour are the "exciting announcements" the band is said to be making on the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 on Friday.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), Zoe Ball said: "THE BOYS ARE BACK it’s a @takethat #FriendsRoundFriday special this week make sure you’re listening to @BBCRadio2… exciting announcements to come @GaryBarlow | @OfficialMarkO | Howard Donald."

Fans are convinced the announcement on Friday will be a UK tour.

One person on X said: "So very excited about the boys tomorrow (Friday). It’s been forever!! They always give us such wonderful memories when they tour. Can’t wait xx."

Another person commented: "@takethat logos appearing all over Twitter right now on stadium pages hosting concerts."

While a third person simply said: "Tour!"