The All New Wyrley Colts became the latest face of McDonald’s football following the recent Wyrley Juniors’ acololade as the FA  Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2011.

The Colts were invited to Long Eaton in Derbyshire in July with 6 other teams at a VIP press shoot as the new stars of the latest 2-year McDonald’s marketing campaign. The team and staff were photographed and videod during matches, coaching sessions and staged shots which will appear in restaurants, websites and anywhere else that features McDonald’s community football advertising.

Wyrley Lion’s latest signing, Kielan Brimfield, starrred in the official Charity Shield programme on the inside frot cover and Wyrley Colts have also become the official team photograph to accompany the Club’s FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year presentation which saw the picture flashed across both of Wembley Stadium’s video screens at the FA Charity Shield. The highlight of the recent PR shoot saw The Colts meet England 1966World Cup legend Sir Geoff Hurst who posed for photos and also signed merchandise.

This firmly places Wolverhampton’s most high-profile junior football team in England’s officially rated number one FA CHarter Standard Community Club of the Year 2011 – Wyrley Juniors Football Club.

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