Sedins are playing in a soccer game at BC Place next month

Aug 28 2018, 5:00 pm

Move over, Hollywood actors, because the real stars have arrived.

Henrik and Daniel Sedin will perform for the fans of Vancouver again, in a different sport than we’re used to seeing them play.

While Canucks players are being put through their paces on the ice at training camp in Whistler, the now-retired Sedins will be on the pitch at BC Place.

Henrik and Daniel have confirmed their attendance for the Vancouver Whitecaps’ annual Legends and Stars charity match, taking place on September 15 at BC Place. They’ll compete with and against mostly Hollywood stars from television shows that film locally.

The Sedins have long been known to be fans of the beautiful game and they’re still in great shape, so expect them to be two of the best players on the pitch.

Here’s a preview of their soccer talent, in a video done for Canucks TV in 2014:

Tickets for the charity match are just $5, but must be accompanied by a ticket to the Whitecaps/Sounders MLS match that follows.

To purchase a ticket for the charity match, you must first buy a ticket for the Whitecaps match (Legend & Stars add-on will appear after). If you already have a ticket to the match, follow this link instead to purchase a $5 ticket to the charity event.

Legends & Stars preliminary roster

Riverdale
KJ Apa (Archie Andrews)
Casey Cott (Kevin Keller)
Jordan Connor (Sweet Pea)
Mark Consuelos (Hiram Lodge – also Matteo on All My Children)
Martin Cummins (Sheriff Tom Keller)
Charles Melton (Reggie Mantle)
Rob Raco (Joaquin DeSantos)
Tiera Skovbye (Polly Cooper)
Drew Ray Tanner (Fangs Fogarty)

The 100
Henry Ian Cusick (Marcus Kane – also Desmond Hume on Lost)
Mike Dopud (Michael Vinson)
Jessica Harmon (Niylah)
Richard Harmon (John Murphy)
Jarod Joseph (Nathan Miller)
Lindsey Morgan (Raven Reyes)
Bob Morley (Bellamy Blake)
Tasya Teles (Echo)

Once Upon A Time
Colin O’Donoghue (Captain Hook)
Chris Gauthier (William Smee)

iZombie
David Anders (Blaine DeBeers)
Robert Buckley (Major Lilywhite)
Malcolm Goodwin (Clive Babineaux)
Jessica Harmon (Dale Bozzio)
Bryce Hodgson (Don E/Scott E)
Rahul Kohli (Ravi Chakrabarti)

Letterkenny
Andrew Herr (Jonesy)
Tyler Johnston (Stewart)

Other
Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Ben/Baby Daddy)
Patrick Chan (Three-time Olympic medalist and figure skating world champion)
Adrian Holmes (Frank Pike/Arrow, Nick Barron/19-2, Basqat/Smallville)
Craig McMorris (Red Bull/Canadian snowboarder)
Dan Payne (Beast/Descendants)
Ryan Robbins (Samuel Bly/Sacred Lies, Noah Funk/Pure)
Daniel Sedin (Vancouver Canucks)
Henrik Sedin (Vancouver Canucks)
Emma Tremblay (Ruby Arias/Supergirl)
Erica Tremblay (Bunny/Imaginary Mary)
Jacob Tremblay (Auggie/Wonder, Jack/Room)
Adam Tsekhman (Gary Green/Legends of Tomorrow)

Alumni
John Catliff (striker)
Davide Chiumiento (midfielder)
Jeff Clarke (midfielder)
Jay DeMerit (defender)
Paul Dolan (forward)
Nick Dasovic (defender)
Ivor Evans (midfielder)
Steve Macdonald (defender)
Erin McNulty (goalkeeper)
Rob Merkl (goalkeeper)
Jay Nolly (goalkeeper)
Guido Titotto (midfielder)
Alfredo Valente (midfielder)

Coaches: Alan Errington, Gerry Heaney

Honourary coach/ambassador: Carl Valentine

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