#CelebrateBetter with McDonald’s

Community Shield

McDonald’s isn’t the first company that you immediately think about when it comes to the beautiful game, but they have been involved with the FA since 2002 and have been tirelessly working to make grassroots football better; introducing better play to local communities by helping clubs, providing kits, arranging awards and hosting community football days. In fact back in 2011, Kian was lucky enough to be a player escort at Wembley thanks to them.

Player Escort Wembley

This summer, McDonalds are looking to #CelebrateBetter, giving you the chance to win a player escort place at UEFA EURO 2016™. Your child could walk out alongside their international footballing heroes, just like Kian, at next Summer’s big tournament and to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is share their best celebration!

Using the hashtag #CelebrateBetter, they are looking for the best goal celebrations from up and down the country. It could be in your local 5-, 7-, 9- or 11-a-side game, a weekly match with friends or just a kick about in the garden – they want to see how you celebrate your goals – passionate, fun and with a dash of creativity! Over the years us fans have been treated to a variety of dazzling celebrations – my favourite has to be Jose Mourinho’s Knee Slide and fist pump and who can forget the Robot from Peter Crouch? Rehearsed, creative or just plain spontaneous – they always a provide a talking point!

Celebrate Better
To take part simply take a photo or video of your child’s best celebration. Upload it to Twitter and share it with the hashtag #CelebrateBetter and @BetterPlayUK. Simple as that!

All qualifying entries will also be considered for the ‘Celebration of the Day’ which will see one lucky winner each day win a pair of tickets to this year’s Community Shield! Tickets will be given away on a daily basis up from the 27th -31st July, but you can share your celebrations up until midnight, 30th August 2015 and the winner will be announced on Monday 7th September.

Disclaimer: Written in collaboration with McDonald’s

 

 

 

 

21 thoughts on “#CelebrateBetter with McDonald’s

  1. Ickle Pickle says:

    What a brilliant opportunity – and great that McDonalds are supporting it. Pickle is a bit little for football yet! Kaz x
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  2. It’s great that McDonald’s are encouraging sport, although we’re not huge football fans ourselves
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  3. Andrea says:

    What a great opportunity. My little Nephew would absolutely love this.
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  4. Good to see a fast-food chain involved with sports and fitness. What a lovely opportunity for some little chap!
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  5. Rachel says:

    This is brilliant, it is good to see Mcdonalds involved x
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  6. Ninja at says:

    It is brilliant macdonalds are involved , they do so much with football
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  7. Its great that McDonalds are encouraging sport amongst children. Sounds like a lot of fun 🙂
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  8. oana79 says:

    Kian really looks the part as an escort, such great memories!xx
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  9. Sonya Cisco says:

    The important question is can we find somewhere to watch the Community Shield at Camp Bestival – my team vs yours!! 🙂
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  10. Sarah Bailey says:

    It is great they are so behind football I remember our local one used to put up a lot on the wall about what they were doing locally. x
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  11. Hannah Wood (staveley) says:

    This is such a good idea and something I did not know about them so good to lean this.

  12. Jen Walshaw says:

    I love that McDonalds are actively involved with football, not just at the top level but grass roots too
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  13. Erika says:

    I have been reading a lot about McDonalds and football recently. What a great competition and way to get people nvolved!

  14. lisa prince says:

    wow what a fantastic opportunity im sure there are going to be a lot of jealous kids hoping to get the spot

  15. Charly Dove says:

    It’s good to see McDonald’s are supporting this initiative. What a wonderful experience for Kian, he must have loved going out at Wembley. I’m not sure POD’s excited face when she swam for the first time counts LOL 🙂
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  16. leonii Amber says:

    My two girls are not really into football they play the odd play around in the garden with their dad but that’s about it. Its a positive Mcdonalds are doing sosemthing to encourage going out doors and having fun though!

  17. Sonia says:

    We aren’t really into football but think it’s great that McD’s are supporting this. Anything to get kids out and having fun is fine with me x
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  18. Leona S Fisher says:

    I love that McDonalds are involved with something so positive! It looks fantastic for kids!

  19. I like it that McDonalds are doing their bit to help promote and encourage sport amongst children and this sounds like a fun competition. I’m not sure my son could score a goal (his preferred sport is karate) but we could try!
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