McDonald's Fun Football
Be on the ball this autumn - McDonald's Fun Football is BACK with over 200 sessions across the UK! Led by qualified FA coaches, the sessions are packed full of beginner drills and footballing games, making them the perfect introduction to the nation's favourite game.
Designed especially for kids aged 5-11, regardless of gender or ability, the emphasis is always on fun. Plus, with 93% of UK parents saying they’d like to enrol their child in organised sport after five months of lockdown, there's never been a better time to get involved.
In the Fun Football hub, you'll also find loads of themed activities to try at home! From downloadable activity sheets, to video challenges set by a host of famous faces, you've got everything you need to enjoy a little bit of football fever at home this autumn.
What is Fun Football?
The clue is in the name! McDonald's Fun Football sessions are an hour packed full of fun football-themed activities. Designed to boost sporting skills and help get kids active, the sessions are perfectly pitched for kids who are new to football.
Check out some of our FAQs below to find out more!
How much do Fun Football sessions cost?
Sessions are completely FREE - simply find your nearest centre and book your place. All places must be booked in advance!
When do the sessions take place?
All sessions take place on weekend mornings, so perfect for fitting in a busy family schedule.
My kid already plays football, can they still join in?
Of course! The sessions are designed for those brand new to the game, but with a focus on fun, more experienced footballers will love it too.
What ages are the sessions suitable for?
The sessions are designed for kids aged 5-11, with activities to suit each age.
My daughter would love to get involved - is this for girls too?
Absolutely! Grassroots football is so important for the next generation of female footballers.
Is it safe?
The sessions will be run in line with the latest FA Guidance to ensure it's safe (but still fun!) for all participants. Smaller sessions, social distancing where possible and individual risk assessments will all be the norm. Plus, if the guidelines change, so will the plans for the sessions.