Category: Commercial

Sponsor | Capricorn Security to sponsor tonight’s game against Huddersfield

We’re looking forward to welcoming tonight’s Executive Match Sponsor for our Betfred Super League game against Huddersfield – Capricorn Security.
Capricorn Security have 20 years’ experience of supplying location and base security on a 24/7 basis in and around the North West regions.
Paul King, Director of Capricorn Security, said: “I’m delighted to be sponsoring tonight’s game against Huddersfield Giants through Capricorn Security.
“I’ve been a Salford Red Devils fan for over forty years now, I went to my first game with my dad and brother against Swinton Lions back in 1973 and I’ve been hooker ever since.
“I’m hoping the lads can put on a good show tonight and earn a much-needed victory which will see us strengthen our push for a spot in the top eight.”
They can adapt to all different community’s and work hand in hand with the location teams and the local people and always aim to get the residents on side and have an unprecedented track record of success within outside broadcasts of Film and Drama.
Capricorn Security have been supplying the TV and Film industry with licensed Close Protection officers since the SIA was formed in 2003.
The bulk of their operational experience is working with key artists on particular locations, sports stars working on commercials and news crews in difficult filming locations and potential hostile environments. They can offer both one-on-one protection services or provide Close Protection teams.
We hope everyone at Capricorn Security enjoys this evening’s game and we look forward to welcoming you again in the future.
For more information about Capricorn Security visit their website here. 
Or, their various social media channels – Twitter Facebook.
If you’re interested in exploring sponsorship opportunities with Salford Red Devils whether that be player sponsorship, match sponsorship or more. Please contact

Sponsor | PH Services invites fans to showroom opening

Proud Salford Red Devils fan and sponsor Paul Hancock is inviting all fellow supporters to the opening of his new Kitchen and Bathroom showroom on Saturday 26th May, 9am-4pm.

There will also be an offer to all Salford Red Devils supporters to receive a discount on the day of the showroom opening. There will also be first team players in attendance for you to meet, take pictures with and get autographs from.
Paul said: “I’ve been a Salford Red Devils supporter for over 25 years now.
“In 2007, I became involved in a bigger role by sponsoring the Club through my Plumbing and Installation Business – PH Services.
“I then opened Pete’s Plumbing and Bathroom showrooms just over two years ago now and my newest venture is my new Kitchen and Bathroom showroom which I’m extremely excited to open tomorrow. 
“Fans will be able to enjoy a light refreshment or a glass of prosecco and have a good nosey at all the fantastic stuff I have on offer.
“Hopefully, many of you will come and take a look around and support me in my newest venture following a Salford victory this evening against Huddersfield.” 
PH Services proudly sponsor Club Captain Weller Hauraki while hooker Kriss Brining is sponsored by Pete’s Plumbing.

Paul through both business’ also currently holds a corporate box to watch every Salford Red Devils home game from and we’d like to thank him for his continued support and wish him all the best with his newest venture.

GDPR | We need you to ‘opt-in’

After Friday the way Salford Red Devils can communicate with our fans will change due to new GDPR regulations.
The Club have E-Mailed all of our contacts asking them to opt-in to continue to receive communications and it is pivotal you do so if you wish to receive all the latest news from the Red Devils.
If you are on multiple mailing lists, please opt-in via all E-Mail communications you receive.
We’d hate to lose you from our regular communications so please make sure you opt-in now! 

Statement | Red Devils Season Update & big news from Marwan

Super League Salford remain a Club in transition since Marwan Koukash gifted his ownership of the Club to the Community.

As the transfer of control was only approved by the Rugby Football League on eve of the 2018 season, time was always going to be of the essence to merely keep the famous old Club afloat, let alone replicate the successes of the campaign before.

With very little funds available to enhance the playing squad, 2018’s Salford Red Devils have begun to look increasingly vulnerable despite the best efforts of the team and the band of loyal supporters.

Club Director and Holding Company Member Andrew Rosler states: “Whilst prior to the season we had many initiatives planned to explain the new structure and start the marketing push for Season Ticket sales, the delays meant we had to scrap all that and concentrate instead on the opening game of the season. It was incredibly frustrating to not be able to announce anything for months, in fact there were times just after Christmas when I doubted it would happen at all.”

Prior to the Season we were broadly satisfied that the Club would approach a breakeven position but the lack of pre-season marketing plus a general feeling of uncertainty meant that Season ticket sales were lower than expected. In addition, the home attendances have been quite poor compared to last year as is our away support. In fact most of the income has been down on last year. The playing squad had been contracted to the Club before the end of last season but for the first time in recent history didn’t have the support of the benefactor, so this Season survival on and off the pitch are major priorities”.

Given, the likely restructure to the entire competition especially the format of promotion and relegation this is the most crucial season, probably ever, for the Club.

The Club are currently in 8th position and will be pushing hard for a Top 8 finish in the regular season, which is a great achievement given the size and spend of the current squad, however, given the financial position is still uncertain and a general feeling of despair it is understandable that fans are getting frustrated.

They may not see that the many people in and around the Club, some of whom are volunteers, have been working around the clock to turn around the fortunes of the Club and have already put in place some long term strategies.

However, with the need to raise additional working capital and to strengthen the Squad this year and to build a competitive squad for next year some drastic action was needed.

Director Andrew Rosler: “For many weeks we have been engaging with the Supporters Trust with an emphasis on fund raising and sustainability,” he continues “They have been considering the various fan ownership and fund raising models that have been facilitated by Supporters-Direct, mainly in Football”

The Club can anounce that it will formally begin discussions with Supporters Direct to consider a number of options that will give fans the chance to raise funds for the Club, take ownership and have more say in how the Club should be operated. Details of the various schemes will be made public in the very near future.

As an incentive to motivate the whole Community to get behind this scheme, former owner Marwan has now offered to write off the entire debt owed to him, even though he has not asked for any repayment since his departure. But this is conditional on the Club becoming self financing for the rest of this season and next.

Andrew Rosler comments: “I think Marwan felt that having gifted his shares, the local Community would vote with their feet to demonstrate just how important the Club is to the City. He has been disappointed with the declining attendances and felt that the demand just wasn’t there. However he has now bought in to what we are trying to do and can see that the fans can shape the fortunes of the Club directly. It is an amazing gesture to write off such a large amount of debt but he is testing the fans and the whole community so do its bit and prove him wrong.

In addition, the Club will attempt to raise additional short term funds by shortly issuing half season tickets for the remainder of the season. There will also be a big push to target far more local businesses to buy season tickets. The Club is also delighted to announce that as a further gesture Marwan has also offered to match all half season ticket proceeds!

Paul McNally, Head of Communications at the Red Devils said: “Announcing, half season tickets on the back of four bad defeats would ordinarily be a tough sell however the facts are quite simply that this is the most intense and important period in the Club’s history. We need every lapsed, casual and disillusioned fan to stick it out and support the team like you’ve never before.”

Andrew Rosler agrees: “I think all of us are fed up with turning up every with season with no real expectations other than mediocrity and disappointment. The Club has to almost re-invent itself rapidly and challenge all the objections that have been levied against it for years. We have some fantastic ideas which we will be rolling out soon, including the very important local player development and there could finally be a great future for the Club. But in the here and now we need to all work together to make the fund raising schemes work and more than ever back the team no matter what.”

Kit | Limited-Edition Magic Weekend shirt wins ‘Battle of the kits’

Salford Red Devils Limited-Edition 2018 Dacia Magic Weekend shirt has won this year’s ‘Battle of the Kits’ on the Super League’s Official Twitter page.
The 2018 Limited-Edition shirt is in support of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund with the Red Devils wearing the kit almost a year to the date of last year’s tragedy at the Manchester Arena.
Mitsubishi Motors moved their Main Partner sponsorship from the front of the shirt to allow the iconic bee symbol which became synonymous with Manchester in the week’s following.
The kit was met with an outpouring of positive publicity and support for the cause on release and has been extremely popular – not just with Salford fans but – with the wider Rugby League community.
Our kit beat St Helens’ Autism Awareness strip in the final – another brilliant Club supporting a fantastic cause.
To read more about the kit click here.
To watch a video produced by The Sportsman on the kit click here.
To order your 2018 Limited-Edition shirt click here.
Below is the Limited-Edition Dacia Magic Weekend shirt for 2018:

Retail | Limited-Edition Magic Weekend shirt latest update

Steeden and their European Licensee Advantage Sports have advised us that all supporters who have ordered their 2018 Limited-Edition Magic Weekend shirt before the cut-off point on Sunday 15th April will receive their items before the Dacia Magic Weekend.
The final set of shirts that were ordered before the cut-off point have been dispatched and will be with fans in the coming days.
Also, all fans who ordered after the cut-off point will receive their shirts however they won’t be guaranteed before the Dacia Magic Weekend.
You can also still purchase the Limited-Edition shirt from our online store here.
Dacia Magic Weekend tickets in the Gallowgate End (Unreserved Seating) is still available from the Club Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570. Remember, 2018 Season Ticket holders can get their tickets at half-price. 
Coach travel is also available to book for the Dacia Magic Weekend at the Club Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570. All coach pick-up points and times can be seen here.

Retail | All Limited-Edition Magic Weekend kits being dispatched

Advantage Sports have advised that all Salford Red Devils supporters who ordered their Limited-Edition Dacia Magic Weekend shirt before the cut-off point on Sunday 15th April will receive their shirt before this weekend’s fixture.
Shirts have already begun being dispatched with the first shirts landing with fans last Friday. Deliveries will continue throughout the week up until the end of the week meaning all fans will be able to wear their colours with pride at the Dacia Magic Weekend.
To read more about our Limited-Edition Dacia Magic Weekend shirt, click here.
To visit our online store, click here.
And remember you can still purchase tickets for the Dacia Magic Weekend from the Club Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570. Coach travel for the event is priced at £25 for all classes and can be booked at the Club Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570.

Hospitality | Book your place for our game vs Huddersfield

There are still a range of hospitality and corporate opportunities left for the remainder of our Betfred Super League home games starting with Huddersfield Giants on Friday 25th May.
From as little as £55 including VAT you can book a place in our Platinum Club which includes a sumptuous meal, access to pre and post-match interviews and entertainment. You’ll get to watch the Salford Red Devils from a padded seat and will also receive a complimentary programme. There is also a three-course meal option from £99 including VAT.
Phoenix Nights star Archie Kelly – known for his comedic portrayal of Kenny Dalglish Senior in the award-winning show – hosts the Platinum Club and offers fantastic pre and post-match entertainment for any guests in attendance.
If you’d like to watch the game in style you can book one of the AJ Bell Stadium’s corporate boxes for one of our upcoming games. The boxes seat ten people and offer a stunning view of the game from the third floor.
Again, you will receive access to pre and post-match interviews, a complimentary programme and will also have drink service to your individual box throughout the game.
Match sponsorship is also available for our game against Huddersfield Giants and is priced at £1500.
The match sponsorship package includes a table of ten for yourself or your business with a meal for each included. You will also receive a signed and framed 2018 Salford Red Devils shirt with your companies branding.
You will also have social media posts and a web article in the run-up and following the game as well as access to the pre and post-match interviews, a complimentary matchday programme for each attendee and the view of the game from a padded seat.
If you’re interested in booking hospitality, a corporate box or even match sponsorship please contact or phone 0161 786 1590.
Hospitality is available for each of our remaining Betfred Super League fixtures which can be seen below:

  • Huddersfield Giants – Friday 25th May
  • Widnes Vikings – Thursday 14h June
  • Castleford Tigers – Friday 13th July
  • Leeds Rhinos – Friday 27th July


Commercial | Red Devils link up with Club13 as partner

Salford Red Devils are delighted to announce Club13 as its Official Business Club partner.
After a number of highly successful events since the start of the season, Club13 – whose aim is to promote the sport of rugby league to businesses and professionals across the Salford and Greater Manchester region, together with providing business and networking opportunities for ex-players of the sport, will link up with the Betfred Super League Club who will provide stars of past and present to future events.
Other than a monthly event Club13 have launched a matchday networking event ‘Club 13 at the Willows’ which will be held in the Willows Suite at the AJ Bell Stadium when the Salford Red Devils are playing at home. Here former stars of the Club will be invited along to mix with businesses on the night.
For more information on how to join Club13 please visit or on Twitter at @club13_official.