Free kits for Doncaster’s grassroots football teams

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More than 60 grassroots football teams in Doncaster have received brand new kits thanks a scheme supported by the Football Association and McDonald’s.

The new strips were handed out through the McDonald’s kit Scheme, now in its third year.

Mark Clapham, who owns and operates six McDonald’s restaurants in Doncaster and helped to hand out the kits, said: “I am thrilled to be part of the McDonald’s Kit Scheme and help support such an impressive number of junior grassroots clubs in my community. It’s important that local clubs sign up to receive the free kits as it means they can use the money to invest in training more coaches, improving facilities and reducing the costs passed onto players and their parents.”