Alexander Skarsgård together with auctioneer Magnus Carlson.
Saturday’s Bajen Aid auction surpassed the previous auction in generating money. A long table with wonderful Bajen stuff had covered the table and the most coveted was a signed jersey from the Swedish Championship finals of 1982. And yes, Alexander Skarsgård was in place.
The Bajen Aid auction this summer pulled in 140,000 SEK to Hammarby Football. Saturday’s sequel raked in 150 000 SEK. Another success then, and it was particularly three items that had the green and white bidders opening their wallets.
The highest bid landed at 12 000 SEK and it was for Putte Ramberg’s autographed jersey from the Swedish Championship finals of 1982.
Billy Ohlsson’s gold shoe, the award for having won the Premier Division top goal scorer, was also sought after and went for 10 000 SEK.
The same amount as Alexander Skarsgård’s autographed DVD boxes of True Blood and Generation Kill. Probably because Alexander was present – and he himself forced the price up.
But the final offer was made by another happy bajen fan.
- For 10 000, I will watch the films together with you. Naked on the couch, Alexander promised when the bid was pushed.
A more than successful auction where it once again proven that Hammarby fans are the generous kind.
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