GS Worldwide Entertainment Puts Together a Flawless Football Cup in Singapore

Entertainment | April 30, 2018 | News

GS Worldwide Entertainment Jalan Besar Stadium Singapore

All Stars Football Club faced Celebrities Sports Club from Singapore at the Jalan Besar stadium to create awareness for the Magic Bus’s initiative of taking underprivileged children from childhood to livelihood.

All Stars Football Club played a game against the Singapore team – Celebrities Sports Club. Leading Bollywood stars came together to play against the team led by Randall Tan accompanied by Steve Dawson, Steve Lai, Paul Singh, Amos Boon and other South Asian celebrities.

Spectators showed up in large numbers for the game as Bollywood celebrities are well-known in Singapore. All Stars Football Club is owned and managed by GS Worldwide Entertainment. Team GS was responsible for each and every celebrity’s stay and travel for the game.

The game ended in All Stars’ favour with the final scores reading 2-1. Shabir Ahluwalia won the Best Goal whereas Antoni Pecora won the Man of The Match award. Abhishek Bachchan lifted up the trophy and shared it with the rival team’s captain, Randall Tan showing unity for the Magic Bus’s cause to help the underprivileged children.

Owner and one of the founding members of All Stars Football Club, Bunty Walia quoted, “Our aim of spreading awareness for both helping the indigent and promoting football has seen foreign lands today. I feel immensely great about this and we will try to reach out more to help the underprivileged as we have always done with football.”

Juspreet Singh Walia, Director, GS Worldwide Entertainment, said “The most integral part of the tour was to execute it within 2 days while managing 18 celebrities. To bring them all on one platform from their busy schedules and then covering as much in just 2 days was a task but the team had it all in place. This is where we feel, experience counts and thus we were successful in bringing a great experience for the audience in Singapore".

The Magic Bus Cup was held at the Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore.

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