Perth Football Club unite with Hungry Jack’s

Friday, March 15, 2019 - 10:16 AM

The Perth Football Club has joined forces with Hungry Jack’s as the club embarks on its historic 120th year and first at the newly revamped Mineral Resources Park.

Hungry Jack’s has a long history of supporting junior clubs and is partnering with Perth Football Club to keep the grassroots competition strong and give opportunities for more young players.

WA Manager Sam Morton reminisces about presenting trophies to junior kids, with John Worsfold at Fremantle Oval, and Fraser Gehrig at Lathlain Park, along with many others at WAFL and Junior Football Clubs.

Hungry Jack’s will become the front of guernsey partner of the Club, and will launch a new “pop-up” style Hungry Jack’s at Mineral Resources Park, revamping the Perth Football Club canteen. Fans will be able to enjoy a select Hungry Jack’s menu when they come to support their team during WAFL games, AFLW games and other community events.

Newly appointed Perth Football Club President Bob Shields welcomes the support of the recently formed Hungry Jack’s partnership. “Perth has always been a strong community club, and it’s fantastic that Hungry Jack’s, who is also a strong advocate for local and junior sport, is partnering with the Demons.”

Perth has shown steady improvement under coach Earl Spalding in recent seasons and with the club’s 120th year anniversary, the new ground and several new partnerships for the 2019 season, the club continues to work toward solidifying a sustainable future.

“We aim to be one of the top clubs in the WAFL, and this new partnership with Hungry Jack’s helps support all of our programs from grassroots to our league side,” CEO Marty Atkins commented.

Perth will play our first game of the 2019 WAFL season on April 6th at Mineral Resources Park against the West Coast Eagles.