The Fremantle Football Club is proud to announce the renewal of its partnership with McDonald's, making them the Official Quick Service Restaurant and Official Café of the Fremantle Dockers, covering both the AFL and AFLW competitions for the next three years.

A longstanding partnership since 2016, The Fremantle Dockers and McDonald’s will continue to kick goals together, as they extend their partnership until at least the end of 2026.

McDonald’s South West State Marketing Manager, Megan Robinson said McDonald’s was thrilled to be resigning with the Fremantle Dockers AFL and AFLW leagues for another three years.
“The partnership extension signifies McDonald’s commitment to the fans, players, and broader football community,” Robinson said.

“We are proud of our long-term support of the Club and are looking forward to the 2024 season and beyond.”

The goal squares at Victor George Kailis Oval were painted to celebrate kicking goals with Maccas on Friday morning!

Fremantle Dockers CEO Simon Garlick said the Club was proud to continue the partnership with McDonald’s for a further three seasons.

“McDonald’s Australia has been a great supporter of the Club since 2016 and have played a big part in connecting the community to football,” Garlick said.

“As we approach our 10th anniversary of this partnership in the coming years, we're excited to continue to support the wider community further, reinforcing our commitment to local development and family engagement through sport."

There is plenty to look forward to as the fan favourite ‘Mac for a Match’ will stick around in-season, as Macca's continue to offer all Freo ticket holders and members a free Big Mac on the Monday following a win, home or away.

Allowing families to have a kick themselves, ‘Macca’s Kick 2 Kick’ is also here to stay as an AFLW post-match activity, ensuring fans end the game on a high no matter what.

This year marked the 32nd anniversary of McHappy Day, as the community comes together, raising funds to support Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), helping seriously ill and injured children and their families across Australia.

“We are always so humbled to participate in McHappy Day in a small way, as players visit McDonald’s stores across the state to help raise funds for RMHC and show their support for the cause,” Garlick said.

This year, Fremantle players Tom Emmett and Sebit Kuek made an appearance at stores in Albany, along with Hayley Miller, Joanne Cregg and Orlagh Lally at their local stores across Perth.