Adelaide United has announced that McDonald’s will continue its support of the Club as a Platinum Partner for a further three years.
The agreement will see the iconic McDonald’s logo remain on the sleeve of the Reds’ home and away jerseys of the club’s Liberty A-League Women’s, Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s and Youth teams until the end of the 2024/25 season.
McDonald’s iconic Golden Arches will also be visible on the Club’s media polo and tracksuit of both United’s women’s and men’s sides.
The partnership will also see a continued focus on community connections and supporting grassroots football, along with matchday activations and creating memorable experiences for fans at Coopers Stadium.
Adelaide United Commercial Director Adam Thomson said via the club’s website:
“McDonald’s has been an extremely loyal supporter of Adelaide United since 2016 and we look forward to collaborating further over the next three years.
“McDonald’s is one of the most recognisable brands in the world, and therefore being aligned with such a prominent business is very important for us.
“As part of this partnership fans will also reap the benefits through various promotions and supporter rewards initiatives, as well as matchday activation opportunities to enhance the matchday experience.”
McDonald’s Market Manager, South Australia, Alex Carapetis, said via Adelaide United:
“Macca’s is passionate about playing an active role in local communities and supporting grassroots football across South Australia.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Adelaide United for another three years, helping the club continue to have a positive impact on football fans and aspiring players across Adelaide and the regions.”