McDONALD’S have extended their partnership with Suffolk FA for the 2023-24 season.
Franchisee Carol Rogerson, who operates nine McDonald’s restaurants across the county, has supported Suffolk FA since the 2017-18 season.
In addition to continuing sponsorship of both the Suffolk Primary Cup and the Suffolk FA Awards Ceremony during the coming season, Carol and her team will also be supporting two other areas of the business.
McDonald’s have put their name to the Football Welcomes project and also the Suffolk Sixes tournament.
Suffolk FA delivered a Football Welcomes Refugees Festival on the 3G pitch at Needham Market FC as part of Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes month last season.
The Suffolk Sixes – the popular six-a-side female summer tournament – will once again be running during the close season at a venue in the Ipswich area.
Carol Rogerson said: “We are delighted to continue our association with Suffolk FA during the forthcoming football season.
“While we look forward to continuing our support of both the McDonald’s Suffolk Primary Cup and the annual Awards Ceremony, we are particularly pleased to extend our sponsorship.
“The Football Welcomes project is a great community project that we are looking forward to being involved with, while the Suffolk Sixes continues to go from strength-to-strength as does women’s football in this country.”
Suffolk FA Women & Girls’ Football Development Officer Isabel Chaplin (far left) and Chief Executive Richard Neal (far right) are pictured at the launch with members of the McDonald’s senior management team (left to right) Sean Aldred, Chris Bone, Kerri Stephenson, Carol Rogerson, Jamie Le Grice, Sarah Sander and Megan Logansmith.