City extends partnership with McDonald’s

Melbourne City FC is pleased to announce an extension to its partnership with McDonald’s.

McDonald’s first came on board as a Club partner in September 2017 and will now remain City’s Official Restaurant and Coffee Partner until June 2026.

McDonald’s will continue to be a great supporter on gameday, with their logo to remain on the sleeve of our Champion A-League Men’s team and they’ll also be visible at AAMI Park in regard to our match day mascot and Macca’s Half Time Heroes programs.

As part of the new deal, McDonald’s will also now become our Official City Football School and Academy partner.

The Melbourne City Football School works with boys and girls from the age of five, utilising the training philosophy and methodology of both City and its English Premier League sister club, Manchester City.

Running both weekly programs and school holiday camps, it’s the ideal pathway into the Club’s highly successful Academy which has produced a number of Socceroos.

Brad McMullen, McDonald’s Market Director, VIC, said:

“As the largest employer of young people in Australia, McDonald’s is committed to supporting the next generation and setting them up for future success.

“We are proud to extend our long-term partnership with Melbourne City FC and play our part in helping the league continue to have a positive impact on people and communities across Australia.”

Brad Rowse, Melbourne City FC CEO said:

“We’re delighted to be extending our partnership with McDonald’s for another four years. “McDonald’s has been a great supporter of ours since 2017 and has always demonstrated a strong commitment to investing in both the Club and the wider football community. We are excited to see our partnership go to a new level with their elevated support of Melbourne City Football School and our Club’s Academy.”