VANCOUVER, BC – Vancouver Whitecaps FC announced on Tuesday that Daniel and Henrik Sedin have been added to the roster for the club’s Legends & Stars charity soccer match in support of BC Children’s Hospital, taking place on Saturday, September 15 at BC Place.
The Vancouver Canucks legends, who announced their retirement from the National Hockey League in April following illustrious 17-year careers, join a star-studded roster featuring cast from Riverdale, Once Upon A Time, and The 100, three-time Olympic medalist and figure skating world champion Patrick Chan, and alumni from Whitecaps FC’s 40+ year history, including new addition Davide Chiumiento.
Also added to the roster is Red Bull athlete and former elite slopestyle competitor Craig McMorris, who now serves as a TV analyst for events such as the Olympics and X Games.
See the full roster below.
Tickets for the Legends & Stars match are on sale now for just $5. An online auction, featuring signed and game-worn celebrity jerseys and memorabilia, has also been launched. All proceeds from ticket sales and the online auction will be donated to BC Children's Hospital.
To attend Legends & Stars, fans must also have a ticket for Whitecaps FC’s Major League Soccer match vs. longtime rivals Seattle Sounders FC later that evening.
Legends & Stars add-on will appear after you select your seats for the MLS match
If you already have tickets for the MLS match
Featuring signed and game-worn celebrity jerseys and other memorabilia
Can't attend the match? You can use this link to make a donation to the BCCHF
- The Legends & Stars match will take place on Saturday, September 15 from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. PT at BC Place, ahead of the 7 p.m. MLS match between Vancouver and Seattle. Fans can enter BC Place through Gate A, beginning at 4:15 p.m. PT.
- To purchase a ticket for the Legends & Stars match, fans must also have or purchase a ticket for the MLS match. No in-and-outs will be permitted between matches.
LEGENDS & STARS ROSTER (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
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)
Marie Avgeropoulos (Octavia)
Jessica Harmon (Niylah)
Richard Harmon (John Murphy)
Jarod Joseph (Nathan Miller)
Bob Morley (Bellamy Blake)
Tasya Teles (Echo)
Once Upon A Time
Colin O’Donoghue (Captain Hook)
Chris Gauthier (William Smee)
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)
Andrew Herr (Jonesy)
Tyler Johnston (Stewart)
Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Ben/Baby Daddy)
Alexander Calvert (Jack/Supernatural)
Patrick Chan (Three-time Olympic medalist and figure skating world champion)
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)
Adam Tsekhman (Gary Green/Legends of Tomorrow)
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