McDonalds have once again showed their support for Oldham Athletic Community Trust by signing up for a further season as their community football training partners.
As part of the partnership deal McDonalds will sponsor the Community Trusts range of football training, which offer high quality coaching sessions for those aged u8-u11 at weekly skill centres.
McDonald’s Operations Consultant, Chris Spence, said: “McDonald’s has been a partner of Oldham Athletic FC’s Community Skill Sessions since 2012 and we are extremely proud to be able to offer them our support.
Together, we have been able to offer more opportunities for the local community to enjoy and play football in a structured environment.
“McDonald’s has a long heritage of supporting community football and we are extremely excited about continuing our partnership with Oldham Athletic Community Trust for the 2016/2017 season.
"We hope that through this we can encourage better play and ultimately raise the standards of grassroots football across the region.”
As part of the partnership McDonalds staff will be present at three home games during the upcoming season, including next week’s fixture against Scunthorpe United. The collections are in aid of Ronald McDonald House Charity, Manchester House.
Martin Vose, Community Trust Community Manager added: “I’m delighted to once again have McDonalds on board as the Community Trust match day partners for the upcoming season.
"McDonalds are playing a major part in helping local youngster’s access high quality training for a low cost.”
More information on the OACT skill centres training please see below.