Fast Facts

What is atoMc® Hockey?

atoMc® Hockey is a McDonald's® Canada minor hockey sponsorship program of house league Atom level divisions across Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec) which provides free sets of primary game jerseys and socks to all participating teams.

In communities where there is a McDonald's restaurant each atoMc® Hockey association is provided with their kits courtesy of their local sponsor.

Who is Eligible?

House league Atom teams in all provinces and territories, excluding the Province of Quebec, are eligible for atoMc® Hockey. Please note, rep teams are not eligible for this program. If you are in Quebec please click HERE for sponsorship opportunities for Bantam divisions.

Is this Program open to both boys and girls minor hockey teams?

The atoMc® Hockey program is available to boys, girls, and co-ed Atom teams.

Are both Minor Atom and Major Atom teams eligible to participate?

Yes, all levels of House League Atom Hockey are eligible to participate in atoMc® hockey.

Can Quebec-based associations participate in atoMc® hockey?

McDonald’s Canada is proud to support hockey at the Bantam level in the Province of Quebec through the Équipe McDoMD program.  Please visit www.hockeycanada.ca/McDo for the opportunity to get involved in this program.

Who can register a division/team?

With the consent of their minor hockey association president, executives, sponsorship representatives and coaches can all register for atoMc® Hockey. Having the association president apply on behalf of all House league Atom teams in the organization is the most seamless way to register.

Is there a cost to minor hockey associations to participate in the atoMc® program?

There is no cost to associations to participate in atoMc® Hockey when using the standard atoMc® Hockey jersey (see Style #1 below).

What jersey styles are available?

There are two jersey styles and 14 standard colour options available.

The standard atoMc® Hockey jersey (see Option #1) comes with your association logo on the front center chest (printed in black and white) and the atoMc Hockey logo across the upper back.  The jersey also includes the McDonald’s Golden Arches logo on the right shoulder, the Ronald McDonald House Charities logo on the left shoulder, the Hockey Canada logo on the upper right side and player number.

For those associations who chose to have their association logo be printed in colour, please select Option # 2.  Please note, your association will be responsible to cover the additional printing cost.  The cost will be provided and approved during the qualification process with the jersey supplier.  Style #2 will also feature the atoMc Hockey logo, the McDonald’s Golden Arches logo, the Ronald McDonald House Charities logo, the Hockey Canada logo and player number. 

All participating teams will be provided with Style #1 jersey unless requested otherwise at the time the jersey order is placed.

Associations will be responsible for any incremental costs associated with the placement of additional non-competing sponsor logos and name bars on the jerseys.  Should teams wish to include name bars, please place them at the bottom of the jersey, in the open space below the number and above the golden arches and Olympic rings patch. Please note if you have "home and away" jerseys you will need to create removable name bars in order to rotate your jerseys from season to season.

How many colour options are available for atoMc® hockey jerseys and socks?

atoMc® Hockey jerseys and socks are available in 14 standard colour combos. Option 1 | Option 2 (click to view colour options)

What will each team receive as part of the atoMc® Hockey program?

The atoMc® sponsorship team kit consists of:

  • Full-sets of primary game jerseys and socks
    • atoMc® Hockey jerseys are available in 14 standard colour options –Option 1 | Option 2 (click to view colour options)
  • Official Hockey Canada Atom coaching material
  • Golden Moment jersey
  • And more

Can we include other sponsor logos on atoMc® jerseys?

Yes, non-competing sponsor logos can be added to atoMc® Hockey jerseys in a less prominent location. Competing sponsors include all food-service establishments. The atoMc® Hockey, Hockey Canada or Golden Arches logos cannot be obstructed by any other logos.

How should we refer to our teams participating in the atoMc® Program?

All participating teams should include "atoMc" somewhere in their team name. (i.e., Delta atoMc® Sharks)

When will I hear if our minor hockey association has been accepted into the atoMc® program?

You will be contacted directly by atoMc® Hockey program managers within four weeks of registration to confirm your registration into atoMc® Hockey program

The atoMc® Hockey program has a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available for the 2016-17 hockey season, and spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

All participating teams should include "atoMc" somewhere in their team name. i.e., Delta atoMc sharks

When will our atoMc® jerseys, socks and team kits arrive?

Jerseys, socks and team kits will be shipped to participating minor hockey associations in September 2016.

How long does this sponsorship last?

The atoMc® Hockey sponsorship is for the 2016-17 minor hockey season. Registration will re-open in early 2017 for the 2017-18 season.

Do we have to reuse the jerseys and socks or do the players keep them?

At the end of every season, each child will keep their jersey and socks. The atoMc® hockey program is designed to offer this as a memento of the season. A new set of jerseys and socks will be provided to participating teams each season. Minor hockey associations will be required to renew for the opportunity to participate in the atoMc® Hockey program in a subsequent season if they have already participated in the atoMc® Hockey program.

Can we order home and away jerseys?

Home and away jerseys are available for teams to order only if their league requires teams to have two sets. If this is the case, teams can order a "home and away" set once. One set will be given to the players at the end of the year, and the second set will be retained by the association for the following year.

The following year the association will only order one set per team, alternating the jerseys each year so kids can take them home and the association has a 1 year old set on hand.

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