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Partner | Salford Red Devils link-up with Flip Out Manchester

Salford Red Devils are excited to confirm a brand-new partnership with Flip Out Manchester which will see Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders offered a unique discount code. 
A 50% discount is available to Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders on one and two-hour bounce sessions when using the exclusive discount code. To receive the discount code, please E-Mail enquiries@salfordreddevils.net.
Flip Out is the UK’s leading trampoline park operator and is officially the fastest-growing park operator in the world who have delivered 78 outlets in seven countries. They currently have parks in locations such as London, Glasgow, Bristol and, of course, Manchester where Salford Red Devils fans can now get discounted sessions.
Be sure to book your visit to Flip Out Manchester and enjoy their amazing facilities and sessions with a huge discount!
To check out more offers for 2019 Season Ticket holders, click HERE.
Salford Red Devils 2019 Season Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. You can spread the cost via Direct Debit payments, for more details, click HERE. Season Tickets will now be at a reduced price on a pro-rata basis. Buy yours and take advantage of our amazing partnerships.

Salford University will host ‘Takeover Day’ against St Helens

Salford Red Devils and Salford University have teamed up in a brand-new partnership which will give students the opportunity for both parties to share expertise and give students unique and beneficial experiences.
As a key component of the partnership, Salford University will stage a ‘Takeover Day’ at the St Helens fixture on Thursday 28th February. Students and staff from the University have been given discounted tickets as part of the event.
Prior to the game, students from Salford University’s Shock Radio will build the atmosphere at the AJ Bell Stadium, they will also provide live commentary and post-match player interviews. There will also be a reaction challenge game co-ordinated by the staff from the sports exercise team at the University.
Salford University Journalism students will be assisting with official matchday communications and operations. The University’s band will entertain fans pre-game in the marquee and there will be a crossbar challenge at half-time between Salford Red Devils supporters and the University’s Rugby League team.
As part of the longer-term partnership, Salford University have taken pride of place across the back of the 2019 shorts as an official kit sponsor while a member of the Salford Business School will sit on the Club’s Board of Directors.
Salford University and the Red Devils have already worked together on a number of projects including the ‘Fan Fit’ app which tracks the number of steps and activity Salford fans do over each month as well as taking feed directly from the Club’s official website, social media and Youtube channels. Salford Red Devils also held their annual media day at the University’s MediaCity UK Journalism campus in January.
Jennifer Hinsley, Operations Manager at the University of Salford Business School, said: “This is a very exciting partnership for the University, which will give a huge range of our students the chance to experience Rugby League, whether that is just as a fan or actually getting involved in helping to run a matchday. It is a big part of our strategy to give our students real world experience in this partnership is a key part of that.”
Salford Red Devils Director, Paul King, said: “To have a strong working relationship with Salford University is fantastic and this ‘Takeover Day’ is the perfect opportunity for us to display this wonderful partnership. This day will allow a number of the Universities students get involved with a gameday whether that be offering assistance to the operations, entertainment or just coming and experiencing their first-ever Rugby League game.
“We’ve been working really hard on improving the matchday experience at the AJ Bell Stadium and offering a partner such as Salford University a ‘Takeover Day’ will only help us with this and I’m hoping all the students and staff of Salford University as well as the Salford Red Devils fans support the occasion.”
 
For students looking to purchase tickets for the upcoming game against St Helens, please contact M.Ahmed42@salford.ac.uk.
 

Partner | Nandos at Beyond Manchester give fans discount

Salford Red Devils are pleased to confirm our relationship with Nandos at Beyond Manchester will continue into a second season and Season Ticket holders will be able to reap the rewards.
2019 Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders can get a massive 20% discount Monday to Friday between the hours of 12pm and 6pm and 10% off at all other times.
However, the benefits don’t extend to just Season Ticket holders as matchday ticket holders can receive a 10% discount on gamedays on production of their ticket.
Salford Red Devils have also issued out half-chicken vouchers to supporters at one of our recent pre-season friendlies thanks to this fantastic partnership.
Nandos at Beyond Manchester are now doing deliveries, simply call 0161 749 8457, sit back and await your Nandos!
To check out some of the other amazing offers for Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders and supporters, click HERE.
Salford Red Devils 2019 Season Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. You can spread the cost via Direct Debit payments, for more details, click HERE. Season Tickets will now be at a reduced price on a pro-rata basis. Buy yours and take advantage of our amazing partnerships.

Talking Points | Salford Red Devils 14-46 Leeds Rhinos

Salford Red Devils fell to their first defeat of the 2019 Betfred Super League season against Leeds Rhinos and we take a look at the talking points surrounding the game.

Going close

While the scoreline got away from the Red Devils in the end there were a few times Salford went close while the margin was much narrower. At 6-18, Jansin Turgut got himself over the line following a clever knockdown from Kris Welham however try was ruled out for a double-movement.
In the closing stages of the first half, Rob Lui broke from deep before finding Jackson Hastings who almost made the line. The ball would end up with Joey Lussick, but the support wasn’t there to finish off the move. George Griffin would then be held up just short of the line a few plays later.


After Josh Jones narrowed the deficit early in the second half, Salford almost pulled the scores level as Junior Sa’u powered his way over three Leeds defenders. Unfortunately, the centre couldn’t quite keep hold off the ball. Had any of these opportunities gone the other way then the game could have well panned out differently.

Jansin Turgut’s sin-bin

A big moment in the game came on the 50-minute mark as second-rower Jansin Turgut was sent to the sin-bin following an altercation with Adam Cuthbertson at the play-the-ball. Turgut was sin-binned for running into the melee and escalating the situation.
Following the sin-bin, the Red Devils kept the scores close with Ken Sio’s penalty goal returning the arrears to six points after Tui Lolohea’s penalty goal following the incident. However, playing with twelve men may well have had an effect on the Red Devils in the latter stages but Head Coach Ian Watson made it clear this ‘wasn’t why they’d lost the game.’
Head Coach Ian Watson said: “Even for the next ten minutes following the sin-bin I thought we got ourselves back into the game and we were looking really strong but after that Leeds really picked up the speed of the game and took it away from us from there. It was a big call, but it isn’t why we’ve lost.”

Josh Jones continues to impress

One of the standout performers on a disappointing afternoon for Salford Red Devils was back-rower Josh Jones who has made a terrific start to the 2019 Betfred Super League season.
Jones was impactful at the John Smith’s Stadium in Round One and has now made try-scoring appearances at the AJ Bell Stadium against both London Broncos and Leeds Rhinos. Both of his tries came in similar fashion with the robust forward forcing his way over from close-range despite the best efforts of numerous defenders.
The 25-year-old has made massive metres already this season often taking on three and four defenders per carry and his offload game continues to cause a threat on a regular basis.

Gameday entertainment

Away from the field there was plenty of gameday activity and entertainment for supporters to soak up at the AJ Bell Stadium. Many supporters took advantage of the FREE entry to the Funderpark amusement park pre-game before packing out the Marquee.
The Salford Red Devils mobile Club Shop provided by WildThang was alongside stalls from the Salford Red Devils Foundation, Mascord Brownz and the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust all accompanied by music by a ten-piece band.


At half-time local boxer Marc Leach and his trainer Jamie Moore took to the field to promote his upcoming English title fight in March in Oldham. Aaron Parmar also did a lap of the AJ Bell Stadium pitch after bucket collecting to support his incredible efforts in running 22 10km runs in memory of the 22 victims of the Manchester terror attack.
Finally, Dr Devil was joined by Manchester Storm mascot Lightning Jack!
 
Tickets are on sale for Salford Red Devils next home fixture against St Helens on Thursday 28th February. You can purchase tickets for this game at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. You will save money buying in advance!

Matchday Information | Salford Red Devils vs Leeds Rhinos | Sunday 17th February 2019

Everything you need to know ahead of the Red Devils’ second home game of the 2019 Betfred Super League against Leeds Rhinos.
Key information
Salford Red Devils will host Leeds Rhinos in our second home game of the 2019 Betfred Super League season on Sunday 17th February. The game is set to kick-off at 3pm.
The West and South stands will be open for the home fans this weekend. Season Tickets are valid with Salford Red Devils supporters situated in both the West and South stands. The travelling Leeds Rhinos fans will be based in the East Stand.
Ticketing
You can purchase tickets for Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos at the Club Ticket Office prior to kick-off. You must purchase a ticket from the Ticket Office as oppose to paying at the turnstile. Remember, ticket prices will rise by £2 on a gameday, so we’d encourage supporters to purchase their tickets in advance of Sunday. You can purchase online, HERE.
2019 Season Tickets are valid for the fixture and if you are yet to collect your 2019 Season Ticket you can do so before Sunday’s game from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office.
If you are a member of a community club who has received a FREE Junior Season Ticket this week and sent off your form, you will be able to collect your 2019 Season Ticket from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office prior to Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos.
You can still purchase 2019 Season Tickets in advance of Sunday’s game by visiting the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. The Direct Debit option isn’t available online. You can purchase 2019 Season Tickets following the game on a pro-rata basis with your ticket prices being knocked off the overall price.
Tickets for Salford Red Devils next fixture against Hull Kingston Rovers on Saturday 23rd February at KCOM Craven Park will be available to purchase following Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office. Ticket prices can be seen HERE. Coach travel is also available to book at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office following Sunday’s game, for coach details click HERE.


You can also purchase tickets for our next home game which is against St Helens on Thursday 28th February, 7:45pm kick-off. Tickets for this game will be available at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office following Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos. Ticket prices can be found HERE. Or, purchase your ticket online now by simply clicking HERE. 
Stadium and Security
AJ Bell Stadium turnstiles will open for general admission at 1:30pm.
If you are an 1873 Season Ticket holder you can gain access via the Main Reception from 12:30pm. You must be wrist-banded on entry to gain access to the 1873 suite.
The smoking pens at either end of the West Stand will be open for fans to use. These will open before the game and close as the first half gets underway. The smoking pens will re-open ten minutes before half-time and close as the second gets underway.
Please remember that all bags will be checked on entry to the AJ Bell Stadium.
Transport and Parking
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust buses are in action for Sunday’s fixture against Leeds Rhinos. Both the RD1 and RD2 have brand-new quicker routes for the 2019 season with both journeys now only taking approximately 45 minutes. Please note there has been a minor time adjustment on the RD1 service, for more details click HERE.

 
 
 
 
 
 
To book your place on either service, click HERE.
Car parking is available at the AJ Bell Stadium and is priced at £6 per car. Seasonal car park passes are valid for this fixture.
Club Shop
Salford Red Devils can confirm that our online store provider WildThang will be present at Sunday’s game and will have a trailer set up on the forecourt of the AJ Bell Stadium to sell merchandise. Be sure to head over and purchase your Salford gear!
Please be aware that WildThang will only be taking sales and returns/refunds must be done via the online website HERE.
Hospitality
All guests who are dining at Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos will do so on level three of the AJ Bell Stadium and will be guided to their respective suites and boxes by our friendly staff on Reception. Again, all guests will need to be wrist-banded.
Marquee and Catering
The marquee will be open from 12:30pm and DJ Andy Steele will be entertaining both the Salford Red Devils and Leeds Rhinos fans pre and post-match while you soak up the atmosphere.
Salford Red Devils and Elior are also delighted to offer a fantastic price of £3 on all pints following the game – stay behind and enjoy DJ Andy Steele with brilliant prices!
Catering vans will also be positioned in both the outside forecourt and area between the West and South stands
Funderpark


The Valentines Fair – Funderpark – is present at the AJ Bell Stadium and Salford Red Devils can confirm free entry for all match or Season Ticket holders on production of their ticket.
The Funderpark amusement park is the biggest travelling funfair in Europe and is available for FREE to all fans between the hours of 12:30pm and 2:45pm. Get inside and enjoy the rides before the roller coaster that is Super League!
Forecourt Activity
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will have a table in the forecourt where they will be taking new memberships as well as selling our re-run of programmes of Issue One of ‘The Red Devil’. If you need to get an issue of last week’s programme, please visit the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust.
There will also be a ten-piece band playing in the forecourt area before the game and inside the ground in the lead-up to kick-off.
The WildThang Club Shop will be situated in the forecourt along with a Salford Red Devils Foundation Heritage stall.
Pre-Game Entertainment
Ahead of Sunday’s game, the ‘Red Angels’ Dance Team will be performing on the field and will be accompanied by Super League’s number one mascot – Dr Devil.
Half-Time Activity
At half-time, Salford-born boxer Marc Leach and trainer Jamie Moore will take to the field to promote his upcoming English title fight in Oldham on Saturday 16th March.

The ‘Red Angels’ Dance Team will also be performing.
The Red Devil
‘The Red Devil’ will return for the second issue of the season and this week’s cover star and focus of our big interview is new signing Ken Sio but more importantly you can claim your second token of the season to earn a signed match ball at the end of the year!
Also, in this week’s issue we speak to Lead Soft Tissue Therapist Sarah O’Neill, Jack Wharton is our ‘fan in focus’, Logan Tomkins is asked some quickfire questions, we delve into our opponents Leeds Rhinos and get the latest from Ian Watson, the Salford Red Devils Foundation and the Gold Line Draw.
In addition, last week’s issue of ‘The Red Devil’ SOLD OUT but we can confirm we have another batch of programmes that will be available to purchase from the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust table in the forecourt. Both programmes are priced at £3.
Bucket Collection
There will be a bucket collection in and around the AJ Bell Stadium for Aaron Parmar who is running 22 10km runs in memory of the 22 people who sadly lost their lives at the Manchester Arena tragedy – please donate generously!
 
Salford Red Devils 2019 Season Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. You can spread the cost via Direct Debit payments, for more details, click HERE. Season Tickets will now be at a reduced price on a pro-rata basis.

Supporters’ Trust buses will be running for Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos

The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will be running their RD1 and RD2 bus services for the upcoming Betfred Super League fixture against Leeds Rhinos on Sunday 17th February, 3pm kick-off.
There has been a small time change to the RD1 service with the times being brought forward following some feedback from last weekend’s first home game of the season against London Broncos.
The RD1 is a fantastic and simple way to get yourself to the AJ Bell Stadium on a gameday and you can book by simply clicking HERE.
The RD1 and RD2 bus pick-up points and times can be seen below:

Funderpark at the AJ Bell Stadium prior to Leeds Rhinos game

Prior to Sunday’s game against Leeds Rhinos fans of both clubs can gain entry to the Funderpark – Europe’s largest travelling theme park – for FREE on production of their match ticket.
Salford and Leeds fans will be able to enter the fairground from 12:30pm and can enjoy the rides, games and concession stalls up until 2:45pm before the huge Betfred Super League game kicks off. Funderpark is positioned behind the North Stand.
This is the perfect opportunity for the family to come down and enjoy a ‘Super Salford Sunday’ with the added bonus of a fairground pre-game to lap up the matchday atmosphere.
We’d advise Salford Red Devils supporters to purchase their tickets in advance as ticket prices will rise by £2 on gamedays and you will avoid gameday queues and be able to enjoy Funderpark quicker! Tickets can be purchased at the AJ Bell Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 and online HERE.
Come and enjoy the roller coaster that is Super League! 
Ticket prices for the game are as follows:

Stand/Area Category Online price Price Gameday Price
South Adult £20.50 £22 £24
  Concession £15.50 £17 £19
  Under 16 £5.50 £7 £9
  Family £42.50 £44 £46
West Adult £26.50 £28 £30
  Concession £20.50 £22 £24
  Under 16 £5.50 £7 £9
Family £53.50 £55 £57

 

Salford Red Devils 2019 Season Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. You can spread the cost via Direct Debit payments, for more details, click HERE. Season Tickets will now be at a reduced price on a pro-rata basis.

Salford Red Devils to join ‘Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League’

Super League (Europe) and the Rugby Football League (RFL) have partnered with the national social care charity Community Integrated Care to form a ground-breaking inclusive sports programme for people with learning disabilities and autism. 
The ‘Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League’ will give people with learning disabilities the opportunity to play an adapted version of Rugby League, in a series of high-profile festivals and events. The programme aims to promote the development of skills, confidence and positive experiences for people with learning disabilities, and make a major statement about social inclusion.  This world-first initiative is the first ever example of a professional sports league sharing its brand with a learning disability sports programme.
The inclusive competition has been supported by eleven founder clubs, who have established or will be developing Learning Disability Rugby League teams: Castleford Tigers, Huddersfield Giants, Hull KR, Leeds Rhinos, Newcastle Thunder, Salford Red Devils, St Helens, Wakefield Trinity, Warrington Wolves, Widnes Vikings, Wigan Warriors and York City Knights.
Learning Disability Rugby League is a specially adapted non-competitive game, which focuses on encouraging participation and skills development. To support the success of this programme, Community Integrated Care is providing specialist training to all participating clubs, as well as direct investment into the sport.
The programme is set to launch at the Betfred Super League’s Dacia Magic Weekend event, which takes place at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, on 25-26th May 2019. This will provide one of the biggest ever crowds for a learning disability sport event.
The initiative was revealed today at Community Integrated Care’s Annual Conference, which took place at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United. The launch event was hosted by Sky Sports presenters Terry O’Connor and Brian Carney. It featured contributions from Warrington Wolves hooker Danny Walker, Leeds Rhinos forward Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Wigan Warriors second-row, Willie Isa, and St Helens prop, Luke Douglas, who have all signed up as Ambassadors for the programme, having proudly supported LDRL initiatives or the charity Community Integrated Care in the past.
Community Integrated Care is one of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care charities, supporting over 3500 people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns and dementia across England and Scotland. The charity has developed several pioneering sports and social care programmes, including initiatives with leading Rugby League clubs that have been recognised at the National Dementia Care Awards, 3rd Sector Care Awards and the Great British Care Awards.
This announcement is part of a wider strategic partnership between Community Integrated Care, the Super League and the RFL, which aims to develop and enhance the community programmes provided by the sport to people with care and support needs. As the Official Social Care Partner of the sport, the charity will be leading the development of a range of programmes that will use Rugby League to transform the lives of people who require care and support.
Robert Elstone, CEO of Super League, said: “I would like to thank Community Integrated Care for presenting this ground-breaking opportunity to Super League. The passion and commitment shown to date to get this project underway bodes well for a partnership that will reward all participants in so many ways. Not only will this deliver amazing opportunities for all the players, and experiences that will live in the memory for lifetimes, it will also endorse everything that Super League stands for.
Our Clubs sit at the heart of proud communities and bring people together every day of the year. The Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League will widen that reach and amplify these special qualities.”
Ralph Rimmer, the Chief Executive of the RFL, said: “As a governing body we are extremely proud of our work in developing both Physical Disability and Learning Disability Rugby League over the past 12 months. To have a partner of the calibre of Community Integrated Care come on board is really exciting and they will add real value as we look to develop this format.
The work the Club Foundations have done in giving players with a learning disability the chance to experience Rugby League has been first class and we look forward to working with Super League, Club Foundations and Community Integrated Care to continue to deliver some unprecedented playing opportunities.”
Mark Adams, CEO of Community Integrated Care, says: “We believe that this collaboration will become one of the most significant inclusive sports programmes in the world. This initiative gives people with learning disabilities an unparalleled platform to stay active, make friends, develop skills and achieve their dreams. By providing people with the opportunity to represent the clubs that they love, become Super League players, and be part of the game’s biggest events, such as Magic Weekend, the sport is not only changing people’s lives but also making a powerful statement about the inclusiveness and values of Rugby League.
“As the Official Social Care partner of the sport, we are looking forward to working with the sport to changing the lives of thousands of people with learning disabilities, mental health concerns, autism and dementia.
“We would like to commend the Super League, RFL, all participating clubs, and the players and legends who have signed up as Ambassadors, for their vision and passion for this programme.”

Matchday Information | Salford Red Devils vs London Broncos | Sunday 10th February 2019

Everything you need to know ahead of the Red Devils’ first home game of the 2019 Betfred Super League season.

Key Information

Salford Red Devils will host London Broncos in our first home game of the 2019 Betfred Super League season. The game is set to kick-off at 3pm.
Both the West and South Stands will be open for this weekend’s game. Season Ticket holders are situated in both stands, tickets are still available in both stands and the London Broncos supporters will be situated in W01 of the West Stand.

Ticketing

You can purchase tickets for Sunday’s game against London Broncos at the Club Ticket Office prior to kick-off. You must purchase a ticket from the Ticket Office as oppose to paying at the turnstile. Remember, ticket prices will rise on gameday so we’d encourage supporters to purchase their tickets in advance of Sunday. You can do so online, HERE.
This will be the first game in which 2019 Season Tickets are valid, and they are available for collection before the game. You can also purchase your 2019 Season Ticket up until 2:15pm with the Direct Debit payment option being available. For a reminder of the ticket prices, click HERE. 2019 Season Tickets will be available for purchase before the game on a pro-rata basis.
Additional tickets have been made available in the 1873 suite for Sunday’s game against London Broncos. Supporters can purchase tickets for the 1873 suite from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or by clicking HERE. Fans who have already purchased tickets for the West or South Stands can upgrade their ticket to the 1873 suite on gameday by visiting the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office and simply paying the difference. For a reminder of 2019 ticket prices, click HERE.
You can now also purchase tickets for our Betfred Super League games against Leeds Rhinos on Sunday 17th February and St Helens on Thursday 28th February from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. Tickets for our 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend clash with Hull Kingston Rovers at Anfield are also available to purchase at the Club Ticket Office.

Stadium & Security

AJ Bell Stadium turnstiles will open for general admission at 1:45pm.
If you have purchased a ticket in our 1873 Club for tomorrow’s fixture, you can access the suite from 1:30pm via the Main Reception of the AJ Bell Stadium. You must be wrist-banded on entry to gain access to the suite.
The smoking pens at either end of the West Stand will be open for fans to use. These will be open before pre-game and close as the first half gets underway. The smoking pens will re-open ten minutes before half-time and close as the second half gets underway.
Please remember that all bags will be checked on entry to the AJ Bell Stadium.

Transport and Parking

The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust buses are back in action for Sunday’s fixture against London Broncos. Both the RD1 and RD2 have brand-new quicker routes for the 2019 season with both journeys now only taking approximately 45 minutes. To book your place on either of the services, click HERE.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Car parking is available at the AJ Bell Stadium and is priced at £6 per car. Seasonal car park passes will be accepted for this fixture.

Club Shop

Salford Red Devils are delighted to confirm that online store provider WildThang will be present on Sunday and will have a pop-up store and trailer set-up on the forecourt of the AJ Bell Stadium.
Be sure to head over and grab your Red Devils merchandise. Please be aware that WildThang will only be taking sales and returns/refunds must be done via the online website here.

Hospitality

All guests who are dining at Sunday’s game against London Broncos will do so on level three of the AJ Bell Stadium and will be guided to their respective suite or box by our friendly staff at Reception. Again, all guests will need to be wristbanded.

Marquee and Catering

The Marquee will be open from 12:00pm and DJ Andy Steele will be returning to the Marquee to bring both pre and post-match entertainment while you soak up the atmosphere.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will also have a table in the Marquee. Catering vans will also be positioned in both the outside and forecourt and area between the South and West Stand.
Head over to the Marquee pre and post-game to make the most of your matchday experience.

The Red Devil

This weekend’s fixture sees the return of the Club’s official matchday programme – ‘The Red Devil’ – which is packed with more exclusive content than ever before. There is also a token in each issue throughout the season and anyone collecting all 14 will claim a signed matchball at the end of the season!
Australian hooker Joey Lussick features in this week’s ‘Big Interview’, we have the latest from Ian Watson, one fan is put ‘in focus’, Gil Dudson features in a quick Q & A while there are now two dedicated Junior Devils pages.
Purchase ‘The Red Devil’ for just £3 from one of our approachable and friendly programme sellers who will be wearing high-vis vests. Half-time draw and shirt raffle tickets are also available to purchase.

Half-time activity

The half-time draw will be conducted with the winners being confirmed over the PA system and on social media. There will also be a signed shirt raffle conducted at half-time. Purchase your tickets from our friendly sellers who will be located in and around the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Red Angels Dance Team will be performing before kick-off and at half-time. Be sure to give them a warm welcome.
Of course, Dr Devil will be out on the field to entertain the fans. Make sure to make some noise for Rugby League’s number one mascot.

3G

The outside 3G field will play host to around 150 kids from local community club Cadishead Rhinos and we can’t wait to welcome them to this weekend’s massive Betfred Super League opener.

Additional Notes

There will be a minutes applause to celebrate the life of Salford-born actor Albert Finney who sadly passed away on Thursday 7th February.
 
Salford Red Devils 2019 Season Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.You can spread the cost via Direct Debit payments, for more details, click HERE.

Signed Maurice Richards boot winner has been chosen

Salford Red Devils are delighted to confirm that Steve Hamby has won the signed Maurice Richards boot from our prize draw of our first 200 Squad Builder members.
The Welsh winger spent his entire Rugby League career with Salford racking up a Club record 498 appearances between 1969 and 1983 for the Red Devils. He also holds the Club record for most tries with 297. Richards was part of the Salford team which won Championship titles in both 1974 and 1976. He also scored in the Lancashire County Cup final on two occasions helping the Red Devils win the tournament in 1972.
Richards was recently voted into the ‘Willows Wall’ Heritage Team.
You can still join the Squad Builder scheme and help the Red Devils push towards the 2019 season by clicking HERE. Or, alternatively, if you’d like to pay in one payment call 0171 786 1590 or visit the Salford Red Devils offices between the hours of 9am-4pm.