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The McDonald's FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme


The McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme is part of a four-year programme, and we’re providing thousands of Nike kits to junior football teams across the country. . Last year alone nearly 5,000 accredited clubs across the UK have already received over 58,000 kits, demonstrating McDonald’s commitment to improving the standard of community football. The scheme could see over 250,000 strips distributed to accredited clubs over the course of the programme.

All eligible accredited clubs (with at least one youth team) will be contacted by their respective football association directly with a redemption code.

If you have your clubs redemption code, please follow the link for your respective nation and click through to the ordering portal where you can order your kits in time for the new grassroots football season.

More information on how to become a FA Charter Standard club

Local celebrities join Castle Vale FC to celebrate thousands of local children receiving free new kit
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Birmingham grassroots football teams were given the VIP treatment as former England and Arsenal defender, Martin Keown and Birmingham-based pop star, Jamelia, surprised players and coaches at an event in the area. Keown put on an impromptu training session whilst Jamelia dished out the new Nike kits to the teams.

Jamelia said: "As a mum, I know how much my girls have learnt from team sports over the years. It is so important for children to learn how to keep fit, the importance of teamwork, and self-confidence. I am a big fan of the McDonald’s kit scheme because it takes away a big financial burden off fantastic clubs, like Castle Vale, by providing so many kits to so many children."

Denise Van Outen and Sir Geoff Hurst join Sporting 77 FC to celebrate over 165 grassroots clubs in Essex receiving new kits
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Actress, presenter and Strictly star, Denise Van Outen, and McDonald’s Director of Football, Sir Geoff Hurst surprised players and coaches of youth football club, Sporting 77 FC, by arriving at a training session. The stars attended the event to celebrate the success of the McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme, which has seen over 6,500 kits distributed across England – and over 1,900 in Essex alone!

Sir Geoff said: “We cannot underestimate the importance of the hard work that volunteers at clubs such as Sporting 77 put in each week. To be able to provide this great coaching grassroots clubs need financial support in other areas, which is why the McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme is so important.”

Sir Geoff Hurst celebrates thousands of local children receiving free football kit
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Bristol grassroots football club, Bradley Stoke Youth, were joined by a special guest, as ex-England football player and McDonald’s Director of Football, Sir Geoff Hurst made a surprise training session appearance! And after dishing out some quality new kits, he shared some tips and techniques to help them shine on the pitch.

Mike Guerin, whose local McDonald’s restaurant has supported Bradley Stoke Youth FC for the last 10 years, said: “It’s important that businesses like McDonald's support clubs like Bradley Stoke, and help to create the best possible experience for young aspiring players.”

Newcastle legend join North Shields Youth FC to celebrate over 234 local football teams receiving a new team kit
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Clubs across the North East have received a total of 2,800 new Nike team kits as part of the McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme.  Joining grassroots club, North Shields FC, to celebrate was Newcastle legend and local hero, Rob Lee.

Rob said: “Having played for Newcastle FC for a large part of my career, it’s fantastic to be here today to support the next generation of potential stars within the region. Grassroots football plays an essential role in helping quality players to move up the ranks and some of the boys here have really impressed me.”