Grassroots clubs to benefit from McDonald's kit scheme

Accredited clubs across four home nations in line to receive a new youth team kit from McDonald's

McDonalds Kit Scheme - huddleGrassroots football clubs across the UK are in line to receive a new football kit as McDonald's re-open their popular kit scheme for a third year.

Run in partnership with the four home nation football associations, the McDonald’s Accredited Club Kit Scheme is open to over 6,400 accredited clubs in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The scheme offers grassroots clubs across the UK the chance to redeem a free team kit every year for the duration of the scheme, which is now in its third year of four, with the potential for over 72,000 brand new football kits to be distributed in 2016 alone.

Clubs must be accredited to their respective football association and have at least one youth team to qualify for the scheme. Eligible teams will be contacted by their FA directly with a redemption code and new kits can be ordered via the McDonald's website in time for the new grassroots football season.

The McDonald’s Accredited Club Kit Scheme is part of the restaurant's ongoing 13-year community partnership with the four home nation FAs.

The programme focuses on supporting accredited grassroots clubs to help raise the standards of grassroots football across the UK through better safety, better advice, better coaching for better coaches, better kit, better support and better recognition for volunteers.

To find out more or order your club's kit - code required - visit the McDonald's football website.


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