Perth’s Compton Burgers releases limited-time burger to support Matildas in FIFA World Cup semi-final
A Perth burger store, known for having hip-hop legends stop by, has thrown its support behind the Matildas, releasing a limited-time burger in the team’s honour as they prepare for their FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final clash with England.
For two days only, Perthians can sink their teeth into the “Waltzing Matildas Burger” at Compton Burgers.
Owners of the popular burger spot, brothers Michael and Andrew Theo, announced the special release to followers on Instagram yesterday, following the Matildas’ stunning win against France at the weekend.
“Get ready to experience the perfect combination of flavours with a juicy smashed beef patty topped with two slices of American cheese, a delightful blend of gold American mustard, tangy green pickles, ketchup, and a generous serving of fresh lettuce,” they wrote.
“By indulging in the Waltzing Matildas Burger, you’ll also be supporting the Australia Women’s World Cup soccer team! It’s a delicious way to show your love for the sport and cheer on our talented athletes.”
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Burger lovers also have the choice to “enjoy this delectable creation with either tender chicken or succulent beef”.
In an earlier post, the crew called on their followers to help decide what should go into “the ultimate Perth Matildas Burger”, offering options to vote on.
“Let’s design a burger that captures the essence of our beautiful city,” they wrote.
“As proud Perthians, we know that beetroot and egg are local favourites, but the other choices are up to you! Let’s create a burger that reflects our love for amazing food and the incredible Matildas team.”
Over the years, Compton Burgers has been visited by hip-hop legend Coolio, rapper Jack Harlow, UB40 keyboardist Tony Mullings, members of hardcore US hip-hop group Onyx, Fredro Starr and Sticky Fingaz.
The Matildas will face England in the World Cup semi-final on Wednesday at 6pm.
Compton Burgers can be found on Stirling Street, Perth.
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