Author: Harry Siddall


The Entertainers are back! 

Tickets are now on sale for our Round 2 clash against Hull Kingston Rovers on Thursday 23rd February, in the Betfred Super League.

We return to the Salford Stadium and need your unwavering support to kickstart our home campaign in the best possible fashion. 

Paul Rowley’s side have built on last season’s success by retaining a lot of the current squad and making some exciting new additions. Oliver Partington, Adam Sidlow, Andrew Dixon, Sam Stone, Ben Hellewell and Ellis Longstaff have arrived to bolster an already impressive looking side.

Hull KR will pose a tricky test for the Red Devils, but with the roaring home crowd behind them, the team will look to build some positive momentum at the start of the season.

In celebration of our 150th year and the opening home fixture of the season, we will be opening the East Stand to host community groups through our Building the Future initiative – a project that has linked over 100 local schools and their pupils with an engaging programme of activity through rugby league.

However, we will be extending our regular offer of kids go free to any youth groups; including uniform groups (E.G. Scouts, Guides), community clubs and schools.

Tickets in the East Stand are £5 junior (U16s) and £10 adults (17+), but like previously, our Building the Future offer means kids go absolutely free if part of an organised group. For every 10 children, one adult can also go free, with any additional adults still able to access the community offer.

If you would like to apply for the Building the Future offer, please click HERE. Successful applicants will be notified in due course.

Please note there will be unreserved seating in the East Stand, and migration is strictly prohibited between stands.

The South and West Stand will be open as normal.

Click HERE and secure your tickets now!


1. The ‘Building the Future’ tickets are only for schools & community youth groups
2. Tickets are for entry only and does not include travel or food or refreshments.
3. Tickets cannot be exchanged or used for a different game.
4. Building the Future tickets cannot be sold on.
5. We reserve the right to revoke tickets at any time.
6. Salford Red Devils cannot be held responsible for cancellations, rescheduling or travel costs due to circumstances beyond their control.
7. By entering the stadium, school staff are agreeing to the conditions of entry as set by the stadium and are responsible for the children in their care at all times before, during and after the game has finished.
8. All tickets purchased online will incur a booking fee. 



Our first pre-season friendly of 2023 is just around the corner, with our lads hard at work preparing for the visit of Swinton Lions.

See the full training gallery below!

Photos by Steve McCormick:


Tickets are now on sale for our Betfred Super League opener against newly-promoted, Leigh Leopards.

Salford Red Devils will travel to Leigh Sports Village on Friday 17th February for what promises to be an exciting opening fixture, with the hosts confirming pre-match entertainment Scouting For Girls over the weekend.

Tickets for this game are now available from Salford Stadium directly from the ticket office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570, option one. Our ticket office opening times can be found below.

If you cant get down to the stadium you can purchase online HERE.

MONDAY – 1pm-8pm

TUESDAY – 10am- 4pm

WEDNESDAY – 10am- 4pm

THURSDAY – 1pm- 8pm

FRIDAY – 10am- 4pm

Prices for this particular fixtures are as follows:


Advance Matchday
Adult £27.00 £30.00
Over 65 years £24.00 £24.00
18-21 years £15.00 £15.00
12-17 years £10.00 £10.00
5-11 years £5.00 £5.00
Under 5 years Free of charge Free of charge
Advance Matchday
One adult, one child (5-17 years £30.60 £34.00
Two adults, one child (5-17 years) £54.00 £60.00
Two adults, two children (5-17 years) £59.40 £66.00
Two adults, three children (5-17 years) £63.00 £70.00

Salford U16s season ticket holders can get junior tickets for £5, however, please check the family ticket prices as it may work out cheaper. Disabled Supporters will need to purchase from the stadium if they require a carers ticket.

Wheelchair users should contact Leigh directly on 01942 487888.

For travel to Leigh Sports Village, please click HERE.

Tickets will go off sale at 8pm on Thursday 16th February, with last chance of collecting pre-purchased tickets at 12pm on Friday 17th February, subject to availability.

Tickets are on a first come first serve basis and we hope to sell out of our allocation.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Salford Red Devils receive commission on all tickets pre-purchased from Salford Stadium and nothing from on the day sales, so we urge you to buy your tickets from us direct.


Salford Red Devils has continued its partnership with The Turmeric Co., seeing the functional drinks brand provide the Betfred Super League side with nutritional shots for the remainder of the 2023 season.

The health drinks will be offered to the players in convenient 60ml bottles which are densely packed with highly nutritious and purposefully selected ingredients.

Each shot contains raw turmeric root combined with black pepper and flax oil to optimise the bioavailability of curcumin; the active ingredient found in raw turmeric.

The Club will experience an array of great benefits from the shots, including recovery and immunity support.

The Turmeric Co.’s Raw Turmeric Vitamin C & D3 shot can also support the players with their bone health, having recently been recognised by the Royal Osteoporosis Society.

The shots come in three other flavours, including Raw Turmeric Original, Raw Turmeric & Ginger, and Raw Turmeric & Beetroot. Each flavour provides a variety of health benefits to give players a well-rounded boost to their nutrition.

Founded by former West Bromwich Albion and Wales striker, Thomas ‘Hal’ Robson-Kanu, The Turmeric Co. supports a wide range of professional sports teams and individuals, including fellow rugby league sides St Helens and Wigan Warriors, rugby union sides Sale Sharks and Leicester Tigers and Premier League football teams Brentford and Everton

Thomas ‘Hal’ Robson-Kanu, founder and CEO of The Turmeric Co., said: “We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Salford Red Devils over the past year and are grateful to be nutritionally supporting the recovery, immunity, energy and performance the team.

“With the recent Rugby League World Cup, the sport is in a very exciting time of growth and opportunity, which we are thrilled to be part of.

“Nutrition is essential in supporting players both on and off the pitch, especially with the level of athleticism we are seeing in modern day sport. We look forward to another successful season in this meaningful partnership.”

Hannah Edge, Partnerships Manager at Salford Red Devils, said: “I am absolutely delighted we are continuing our partnership with The Turmeric Co. Our Strength & Conditioning team have constantly stressed the importance of recovery and the Turmeric shots are a vital part of that routine.

“It’s an exciting time for Salford Red Devils on the pitch, and with the help of The Turmeric Co., we’re looking forward to another successful season.”


Even the persistent snow failed damage the Salford Red Devils players spirits this afternoon, with their first taste of action now just 12 days away.

We face Swinton Lions in a pre-season friendly next Sunday, with tickets on sale now – click HERE to secure your place!

Photos by Steve McCormick:


Kallum Watkins has been named Salford Red Devils captain for the 2023 Betfred Super League campaign, with Brodie Croft and Marc Sneyd to continue their role as vice-captains.

The England international returned from a long-term knee injury earlier last season and enjoyed a stellar campaign. Despite being a natural centre, Watkins’ move to the second-row has added a new dimension to his game and gave Paul Rowley’s side another deadly threat.

Watkins began his junior career at Salford after playing for his local team, Langworthy Reds. After winning multiple major honours – including six Super League titles – with Leeds Rhinos, he moved back to the Red Devils and instantly became a fan favourite.

The 31-year-old has gone on to make 30 appearances for the Club and played a major role in our run to the playoff semi-final during 2022.

Like the previous campaign, Brodie Croft and Marc Sneyd will continue their roles as vice-captain. Our half-back pairing were in electric form last season, with Sneyd scoring a Super League Club record number of points and Croft becoming only the second player in Salford’s history to win the Man of Steel award.

Reacting to becoming Club captain, Watkins said: “It’s a massive honour and I’m truly grateful to the coaching staff, the team and the Club for giving me this opportunity to be captain. It’s something I’ll take with both hands.

“For me, it’s just about being myself. I’ve got the opportunity to lead the team and now I’ve got to lead by my actions and get the team where they need to be.”

Head Coach, Paul Rowley has also explained why Watkins is the perfect fit. He said: “Choosing the right man to lead our team in 2023 was a process that proved fulfilling and enjoyable.

“Over the last 12 months, our players have developed and matured to the point where we were encouraged to have several options to choose from.

“Our vice-captains will remain the same, as both were fantastic on and off the field last year – and if it’s not broken, then I won’t try to fix it.

“The privilege of leading our group has been given to Kallum Watkins, who is quite simply everything you would want from a leader.

“He drives standards and is held in the upmost respect by his teammates and all our staff. It was a privilege to inform Kal and I’m looking forward to seeing him lead out the team.”

Listen to Watkins’ full reaction on RDTV now:


Salford Red Devils Women will face Wigan Warriors, Featherstone Rovers and Cardiff Demons in the Group Stage of the 2023 Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup.

After winning the League Cup and League Leaders Shield in their inaugural year, our girls earned promotion and will compete in Super League 2 across 2023.

Consequently, their efforts have landed them a chance to compete in the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup for the first time in the Club’s history. The Group Stage draw was conducted this evening at Wembley Stadium and the team now know what tasks await them soon.

Salford will face Wigan Warriors from Pot 1, Featherstone Rovers from Pot 2 and Cardiff Demons from Pot 4. Confirmed dates and times of these fixtures will be confirmed soon.


There’s just 18 days until Salford Red Devils return to action in their first pre-season friendly against Swinton Lions. 

Training has stepped up a notch, as the 2023 campaign ticks ever closer. Squad numbers have been announced, with excitement building around a promising 28-man squad.

You can find the full gallery below:


An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and highly motivated candidate to join the Salford Red Devils Rugby department in the role of first team performance analyst.

The ideal candidate will be committed and hard-working with a wealth of enthusiasm and knowledge alongside effective communication and interpersonal skills.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Head and Assistant coaches to ensure all performance analysis services within the club are run efficiently for players, coaches and all staff.

Salary: £29 000 pa

Hours of work: Such hours as necessary to carry out your duties. This will involve a minimum of 37 hours per week and may include working outside normal office hours at evenings and weekends and on Public Holidays, and extended periods of travel around the UK and overseas where appropriate

Location: Salford City Stadium, Salford.

Closing date: Friday 20th January 2023.

Reporting to: Director of Rugby & Operations & Head Coach

How to apply: Applications should be sent to and are to include your CV with a short covering letter.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Work with the 1st team players and the coaching staff to lead, develop and deliver excellent performance analysis services in a Super League Europe rugby club environment.
  • Use objective data and information across the games & season to enhance the coaching process, impact performance decisions and improve athlete performance.
  • Deliver the performance analysis provision for the first team squad.
  • Capture, prepare, and analyse data from games &/or training both nationally and internationally. Please note the role will require a significant commitment to the demands of ‘front line’ delivery including travel to games abroad.
  • Consistently produce effective and compelling analytical insights that can be maximised by the performance support team, coaches, and athletes
  • Design, implement and deliver targeted projects with a focus on the teams decided KPI’s.
  • Work within the rules of the relevant RFL governing body Code of Conduct, Operational Rules, Standards, and Guidelines.


Salford Red Devils are facing Swinton Lions at home and Wigan Warriors away in anticipation of our 2023 Betfred Super League campaign.

Both friendly matches will hand Paul Rowley’s men the chance to earn valuable pre-season minutes and allow the Head Coach to assess his squad ahead of the season curtain raiser against Leigh Leopards.

All the relevant ticket information for both fixtures can be found below:

Swinton Lions – Sunday 29th January @ 1pm (Buy HERE)

  • Unreserved Seating in West Stand ONLY.
  • Season tickets are NOT valid.
  • Prices are £10 adults, £5 senior and kids (£20 and £15 in 1873 lounge).
  • Swinton Lions supporters will be sat in W01-W04, with Salford Red Devils supporters in W05-W08.
  • Tickets are currently digital only, with paper tickets to become available in the next two weeks!
  • Disabled tickets must be purchased over the phone or in person at the stadium.


Wigan Warriors – Sunday 5th February @ 3pm (Sam P0well testimonial) (Buy HERE)

  • Unreserved seating in West Stand.
  • Tickets available to buy online or at the stadium.
  • Adults £20, Senior £15, Under 18’s £10.
  • Under 8s are free of charge, but these must be ordered over the phone or in person – as do ambulant disabled tickets.
  • Wheelchair tickets can be purchased via Wigan on: 01942311111.