Last chance to order kits for 2014/15 season

Deadline today for any accredited youth teams wanting to apply for a brand new adidas kit

It’s the last chance saloon for grassroots football clubs in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to get their hands on a free kit as part of the McDonald’s Kit Scheme.

Accredited clubs with a youth team have until the end of today (31 October) to apply for an adidas kit in the first year of the four-year programme, which could see up to 250,000 kits distributed across the four home nations.

Every FAW Accredited, IFA Foundation Mark and Scottish FA Quality Mark club with a youth team is eligible, with one free set of kit available per club. Kits will be delivered between 1st January and 28th February 2015.

Applications can be made via the links below:

Scottish FA Quality Mark Kit Scheme

FAW Accredited Club Kit Scheme

IFA Foundation Mark Kit Scheme

To apply for their kit, clubs will need the unique code that has been sent to your nominated club representative. If you don’t know who this person is, or you haven’t received an email, please contact your local FAW/WFT, IFA or Scottish FA representative.

In England, the FA Charter Standard McDonald’s Kit Scheme has already closed for the 2014/15 season, with over 4,000 clubs having placed an order. The portal will reopen in summer 2015.

To find out more about McDonald’s partnership with the four home nation football associations and the community club kit scheme, please visit mcdonalds.co.uk/betterplay.

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