Bid on Robert Carlyle’s signed jersey and his sneakers from “Legends & Stars” charity match. Includes his signed pass as well!
Robert and his friend Ray Winstone will participate in a charity soccer match (or as we say in Europe – fotball). The game will take place on September 16 at 1:45 p.m. Hopefully we will get some photos! All the proceeds will go to B.C. Children’s Hospital and you can purchase your ticket here.
Some of the most popular players in Vancouver Whitecaps history will do battle against Hollywood North’s biggest stars in the Legends & Stars charity soccer match, Sept. 16, at B.C. Place to benefit B.C. Children’s Hospital.
On one of the side of the pitch, Jay DeMerit, the original captain for the MLS Whitecaps, will lead a team of alumni that includes fan favourites Y.P. Lee, David Chiumento, Ivor Evans, Steve Macdonald, and Alfredo Valente against a club chock full of actors working on big budget network TV series filmed in Vancouver.
Two young stars of the Netflix hit Riverdale, K.J. Apa (Archie Andrews) and Charles Melton (Reggie Mantle), will headline a Hollywood North team that also features veteran Brit actors Robert Carlyle, who played the psychopathic Begbie in Trainspotting, and Ray Winstone, the gruff scene-stealer known for his gangster roles in The Departed and Sexy Beast.
Carlyle stars as Rumpelstiltskin on the Vancouver-shot fantasy series Once Upon a Time, while Winstone stars in the locally produced crime/drama Ice.
Tickets are $5, with all proceeds donated to B.C. Children’s Hospital.
The hour-long game will take place at 1:45 p.m., just prior to the MLS match between the Whitecaps and Columbus Crew, which kicks off at 4 p.m. To attend the Legends & Stars showdown, fans must also have a ticket for the MLS match.
Robert asks us all to help and donate to the people in need after the hurricane Harvey. If you are able to, please do! You find the information to donate in the tweets below.
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) August 31, 2017
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 31, 2017
I’m posting about this a bit late but I have been busy with working on the gallery so I wasn’t keeping myself as updated as I should be 🙂
On Roberts birthday a lot of kind and sweet fans compiled a birthday wishes video for Robert and he saw/listened to it. It was a lot of fans sending him voice messages wishing him a happy birthday. Very fun idea and I’m sure he was really happy to receive it!
This is what he commented:
Wow.. this is amazing! sorry i missed it! and thank you so much!
A cause that Robert has supported as well is Seamab who helps less fortunate and vulnerable children in Scotland and together several fans helped to raise £264 and the organisation got 27 new donors! The numbers has probably raised since and it’s fantastic!
This is great.. thanks to everyone who donated! https://t.co/FKzJrSI7O1
— Robert Carlyle (@robertcarlyle_) April 19, 2017
— emma swan? (@way2distracted) April 23, 2017