McDonald’s looking forward to 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

McDonald’s looking forward to 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia


McDonald’s looking forward to 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia


McDonald’s, one of FIFA’s biggest sponsors, is eagerly anticipating the 2018 World Cup which will be held in Russia’s 11 cities and 12 stadiums from June 14 to July 15.

The sponsorship simply provides the opportunity to share the joyous excitement and thrill of the biggest football event in the world. (Don’t forget to check 12BET for the best Free Betting Tips)

In fact, McDonald’s has been a sponsor of world football’s flagship event since 1994 and they will continue the partnership for the 2018 and 2018 editions of the said event and the 2021 editions of the FIFA Confederations Cup following their successful activities at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

“For 20 years our partnership with FIFA has been all about bringing fun, innovative programs to our customers around the world and celebrating our shared love of football. We saw incredible excitement among fans and throughout the McDonald’s system for our 2014 World Cup programs, including Player Escort, Ultimate Fan and the redesign of our iconic fry boxes featuring an interactive augmented reality game. We’re looking forward to the reveal of the Official Emblem in Russia and to continuing our connection with football fans all over the world.” McDonald’s Senior Director Global Alliances John Lewicki spoke of his excitement about the future (Sign Up now for more updated sports news and events)

Moving forward, we expect that McDonald’s will be living up to its role as an official sponsor and the official fast-food restaurant of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia with the aim of bringing a complete experience for its customers.

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