A SCHOOLBOY from Clydebank experienced an unforgettable moment when he walked out at Wembley Stadium before the 2019 FA Community Shield kicked off.

Logan Buchanan, seven, strode out onto the pitch at Wembley in front of 77,000 people alongside Scots footballer Andy Robertson at the first competitive match before the 2019/20 Premier League season kicks off.

The match on Sunday, where reigning Premier League and FA Cup champions Manchester City took on Liverpool, saw City lifting the trophy after winning on penalties.

Logan, who won the chance to be a McDonald’s Player Escort by winning a competition on the fast food restaurant’s website, said: “Walking out at Wembley was amazing.

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“It was so loud, and it was really exciting seeing all the fans cheering for us.

“I can’t wait to tell all my friends at school about this.”

Sir Geoff Hurst, McDonald’s ambassador, added: “I know what it’s like to walk out in front of a big crowd at Wembley and it’s a feeling you can’t re-create.

“The reaction from the crowd makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up and it’s something you never forget.

“I’m sure Logan had an incredible experience and it’s great to know that football can have such a positive impact.”

As part of a new deal with The FA, McDonald’s has committed to providing more than five million hours of fun football to 5-11 year olds through fun football centres.