A West Bromwich Albion-supporting minister expects to have to declare he received a West Ham United shirt as a gift.
Pensions minister Steve Webb said he was given a Hammers top when he visited the football club's Boleyn Ground, also known as Upton Park, on official business.
The shirt had "3 million" printed on the back to recognise that more than three million people have been auto-enrolled onto a workplace pension since October 2012.
Speaking in the Commons as amendments by peers were considered on the Pensions Bill, Mr Webb said: "I had the pleasure last week of visiting Upton Park to meet someone, who I'm told, was the three-millionth person to be automatically enrolled.
"And I was given – and I have to declare this in some sort of register somewhere – a West Ham shirt."