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Domino’s store rebrands to honour former employee & Euro 2022 winning team member Lucy Bronze, picture surfaces

Reportedly, Lucy Bronze worked as a chef at Domino's in Headingley while studying at Leeds Beckett University in the early 2010s.

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 3 August 2022 5:51 pm

Prominent pizza chain Domino’s rebranded one of its stores in order to honor Lucy Bronze ahead of the Euro 2022 final. In celebration of the English women’s football team making it to the competitions coveted final, the Headingley store changed its name simply to ‘Lucys.’ Reportedly, Lucy Bronze worked as a chef at Domino’s in Headingley while studying at Leeds Beckett University in the early 2010s.

Sports media houses reportedly informed that the tribute to the Northumberland-born defender does not just end with a change of name, but Moped delivery drivers at the store were also equipped with bronze helmets, replacing the usual white outfits. Anyone called Lucy with a valid ID was able to claim a free pizza between 2 pm and 4:30 pm on the day of the final.

Ahead of the summit-clash, Ricky Kandola, Operations Director at SK Group said that the management is proud of Lucy’s journey from pizza to pitch. “Fingers crossed that Lucy and the team can make a pizza history and bring home the trophy. She was always a dedicated employee and the same reflects in her game, as well,” he said.

Locals were quick to spot the company’s rebranding of its outlet as the picture of same instantly went viral. One of the Twitter user, Andrew Dinsbury wrote, “The Domino’s in Headingley has rebranded for Lucy Bronze, who worked there when she studied at @leedsbeckett. Go Lionesses.”

Speaking of Lucy, the 30-year-old is widely regarded as the best female footballer on the planet as she joined Barcelona in June. Hailing from Berwick-Upon-Tweeted, Northumberland, she has netted 11 goals in 84 caps for England.

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