Melbourne City FC is excited to announce an expansion of its partnership with McDonald’s Australia, who become the naming rights partner of Melbourne City FC’s ‘City Clubs’ program.
The ‘Macca’s City Clubs’ initiative engages junior grassroots football clubs across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria, with the goal of creating purposeful long-term relationships that form the foundations of growth for football on and off the pitch.
Macca’s City Clubs enjoy unique benefits including player appearances from both Melbourne City Men’s and Women’s teams, professional development for coaches, exclusive match day experiences, ticket and membership offers, signed merchandise and much more.
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Melbourne City FC and McDonald’s have enjoyed a fantastic partnership since 2017, thanks to a shared passion for investing in the future of football in Australia.
With their support of the Macca’s City Cup, City Football Schools, and Melbourne City FC Academy initiatives, McDonald’s continues to bring the joy of football to countless aspiring juniors across the state.
Their investment in the Macca’s City Clubs program takes this commitment to another level, ensuring that football enthusiasts of all ages and abilities can participate in the beautiful game.
With 12 junior clubs already enrolled in the program as platinum members, and many more affiliated clubs across the state, the Macca’s City Clubs program is rapidly growing and having a significant impact on Victorian grassroots football.
This new addition to the partnership between McDonald’s and Melbourne City is set to make a lasting impact on the development of young footballers and the sport’s future in the region.
Kelly Nardella, Regional Director – South West for McDonald’s Australia said, “Over the past 50 years, McDonald’s has been committed to giving back and supporting the communities we operate in.
“We are proud to extend our partnership with Melbourne City FC and play our part in helping the Club continue to have a positive impact on people and communities across Victoria.”