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Tickets | Upgrade your 2018 Season Ticket now!

2018 Season Ticket holders can also #StandTogether with Salford Red Devils and upgrade their Season Tickets to the 1873 suite for the remainder of the Betfred Super League season.
Our state of the art 1873 suite offers fans a more immersive gameday experience with pre and post-match entertainment and the Man of the Match interview following the full-time whistle.
You will also have access to a VIP bar and seated area on the second floor with the players joining you for food following the game. Supporters will also have access to team sheets and executive seating.
Pre and post-match entertainment is provided by Archie Kelly – known for his comedic portrayal of Kenny Dalglish Senior in the award-winning Phoenix Nights – and is worth the admission fee alone.
You can enjoy the business end of the season in our amazing 1873 suite from as little as £30 for juniors and concessions and £60 for adults!
#StandTogether and upgrade your 2018 Season Tickets now at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or by E-Mailing TicketOffice@AJBellStadium.co.uk.
The prices to upgrade are:
Adult (West Stand – 1873): £60
Adult (South Stand – 1873): £85
Concession (West Stand – 1873): £30
Concession (South Stand – 1873): £60
Junior (West/South Stand – 1873): £30
 

Are you going to #StandTogether with the Salford Red Devils for the remainder of the 2018 season?

Leigh Centurions fans can claim half-price tickets for Salford home games

Salford Red Devils and Leigh Centurions can confirm the continuation of the reciprocal ticket offer first unveiled in 2017.
Under the terms of the scheme Salford Red Devils season ticket holders can buy tickets for Leigh’s home games in the 2018 Betfred Championship at half price with the same applying to Leigh Centurions’ season ticket holders for Salford home games in the Betfred Super League. Ladbrokes Challenge Cup games are not included in the offer.
Tickets may also only be bought at the respective club’s ticket office less than two hours before kick-off on the day of the game and the season ticket must be presented for inspection at the ticket office and then on entry at the turnstile alongside the match ticket.
The only provisos are that the half-price scheme does not apply for any games between Leigh and Salford were the two clubs to meet later in the season in the Super 8’s Qualifiers.

Salford Red Devils strike discount deal with A-Plant

We are delighted to announce that Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders get 50% off the hiring of tools, plant and powered access equipment at any of A-Plant’s Manchester locations.
These products are ideal for the DIY customer, who may be looking to hire a drill, electric saw or carpet cleaner or trade customers who may have a requirement for larger equipment such as telehandlers, excavators or cherry pickers.
A-Plant is the UK’s largest equipment rental company with over 185 Service Centres nationwide, more than 3,600 employees and over 35,000 customers.
The deal has been driven by the new board of directors in particular Asif Latief who is also A-Plant’s Marketing Director.  Asif is keen to make the Red Devils Season ticket even better value for money by offering discounts on more than just Super League matches.
Asif said: “This is the first affinity relationship we have put in place since the change of ownership, it will help create additional value for our season ticket holders whilst at the same time encourage business in our local community and hopefully be the first of many.”
Season Ticket holders simply have to present their ticket to one of the three A-Plant locations to reap the rewards of this discount.
The A-Plant locations are as follows:
A-Plant, Hollins Brook Way, Bury, BL9 8RR – 0161 796 3399.
Range Includes: Plant, Tools and Powered Access
 
Tool Hire Express, Millow Street, Manchester, M4 4DR – 0161 832 7259.
Range Includes: Tools and Low Level Access
 
A-Plant, Broadoak Works, Sharston Industrial Area, Sharston, M22 4RA – 0161 945 2440.
Range Includes: Plant and Tools
For more information call A-Plant quoting reference – SRDF18
 

2018 Season Tickets are now available on a five-month Direct Debit

Salford Red Devils can confirm we will be offering supporters the chance to purchase Season Tickets on a five-month Direct Debit payment plan.
This allows fans to spread the cost of their 2018 Season Ticket over five easy, manageable and hassle-free payments.
This will be the last Direct Debit payment scheme on offer before 2018 Season Tickets go off sale.
Here are the full Direct Debit payments per ticket:
West Stand (Adult): £299 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £59.80
West Stand (Concession): £219 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £43.80
West Stand (11-16): £69 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £13.80
South Stand (Adult): £249 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £49.80
South Stand (Concession): £189 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £37.80
South Stand (11-16): £69 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £13.80
VIP Adult: £449 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £89.80
VIP Concession: £319 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £63.80
VIP Junior (11-16): £219 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £43.80
Family Ticket (West): £598 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £119.60
Family Ticket (South): £498 or 5 Direct Debit payments of £99.60

Flashback – Salford Red Devils 66-4 Swinton Lions

The last time Salford hosted Swinton was back in 2015 as the local community joined to celebrate the life of aid worker Alan Henning with a ninety second applause from players and fans taking place before the game as well as Alan Henning’s family receiving gifts from the respective captains.
On the field, it turned out to be an extremely comfortable day at the office for the Red Devils who ran out 66-4 winners after naming a very strong side.
Salford set their stall out early as Gareth Hock latched onto a low kick after just four minutes. Full-back Kevin Locke and half-back Rangi Chase both crossed in quick succession before Hock went over for his second and Salford’s fourth inside the opening twenty minutes.
Iestyn Harris’ sides dominance continued into the latter stages of the first half with Niall Evalds diving over in the corner before Locke and Chase both notched their doubles either side of Jon Ford’s effort. Salford went into the break 42-0 ahead after a dominant display in the first half.
Swinton improved following the interval but it was Chase who was first to cross in the second-half furthering the Red Devils lead. However, the Lions did get themselves on the scoresheet through Shaun Robinson latched onto a Chris Atkin kick fifteen minutes from time.
But, it was the hosts who finished the stronger with Theo Fages going over before Chase racked up his fourth try of the game in the closing stages. Tony Puletua rounded the scoring off in the final minute to seal a big win for Salford.
Salford Red Devils Coach Iestyn Harris said following the game: I’m very happy with the run out and to give some players quality time on the pitch and will do the same again next week as we get nearer to the Super League start. It was a very good day and was happy with most of the aspects of the game but not too happy about allowing them to score.”
The teams that day:
Salford: Kevin Locke, Niall Evalds, Josh Griffin, Jason Walton, Jon Ford; Rangi Chase, Theo Fages; Scott Taylor, Tommy Lee, Lama Tasi, Harrison Hansen, Cory Paterson, Gareth Hock.
Interchanges: Adrian Morley, Darrell Griffin, Tony Puletua, George Griffin, Matty Gee, Jordan Walne, Adam Walne, Liam Hood, Brad England.
Swinton: Richie Hawkyard, Shaun Robinson, Stuart Littler, Andy Ball, Alex Hurst; Jimmy Rowland, Ben White; Mike Morrison, Lewis Hulme, Tommy Gallagher, Darren Hawkyard, Grant Beecham, Connor Dwyer.
Interchanges: Aaron Lloyd, Jack Morrison, Liam Coleman, Chris Rothwell, Chris Atkin, Mick Nanyn, Harry Aaronson, Dale Cunniffe.
 
Fans can purchase tickets for tomorrow’s game against Swinton from the Club Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570. The Ticket Office will be open prior to the game but remember our ‘2018 Season Launch’ begins at 10:30am in the 1873 suite. The match kicks off at 1pm.

Salford Red Devils vs Swinton Lions – Sunday 14th January

Salford Red Devils host Swinton Lions in our opening game of the 2018 season on Sunday 14th January, 1pm kick-off. Here are all the details you need to know:
Ticketing
Tickets for our ‘2018 Season Launch’ event and the pre-season friendly against Swinton Lions will be able to purchase from the Club Ticket Office on Sunday.
The ‘2018 Season Launch’ is scheduled to begin at 10:30am so fans are advised to purchase their tickets early. If supporters are only intending to watch the game and not attend the pre-season event they can purchase any time before 1pm on Sunday. There will be a separate window for upgrades to the ‘2018 Season Launch’ for any fans who have purchased regular tickets.
Our concession discount for employees of Salford City Council, Manchester City Council, Trafford Council and Peel Holdings will also apply on gameday with any employees receiving a concession price for the ticket they wish to purchase.
All fans will be situated in the West Stand with Salford Red Devils supporters towards the South Stand and Swinton Lions fans towards the North Stand. A full list of ticket prices for Sunday’s game can be found here.
Following the game supporters will be able to purchase or collect their 2018 Season Tickets from the Club Ticket Office. Also, tickets for our pre-season friendly at Warrington and our 2018 Betfred Super League opener against Wigan Warriors will also be on sale. You can also purchase tickets for the Wigan game here.
‘2018 Season Launch’ event
Our ‘2018 Season Launch’ is scheduled to begin at around 10:45am so we advise that all fans are in the 1873 suite by 10:30am.
The ‘2018 Season Launch’ will include the full reveal of our 2018 Salford Red Devils squad and our new captains before interviews with Head Coach Ian Watson and new Director Andrew Rosler. Swinton Lions will also be represented with Head Coach, and former Red Devil, Stuart Littler and Chairman Andy Mazey both speaking.
Salford Red Devils legend Keith Fielding will also be in attendance and shall be interviewed by Paul Highton. Fans can also then go outside to watch the Salford Red Devils Education Academy U16’s open their season against Barrow provided they are wristbanded.
There will also be a minutes applause prior to kick-off to remember Alan McInnes, Hugh Duffy, Fred Smith, Tommy Grainey, Gary Lloyd and Kato Ottio.
Fans Bar and Kiosks
The fans bar downstairs will be open prior to the game as well as the bar in our 1873 suite being open for our ‘2018 Season Launch’.
The fans marquee will not be open for Sunday’s game but will resume normal service when we face Wigan Warriors in our Super League opener on Friday 2nd February at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Club Shop 
Steeden will be present at Sunday’s game and will be setting up their pop-up Club shop in the downstairs fans bar beside reception.
Fans are free to browse and purchase any items on sale and Steeden will do replacements if the stock is there. However, we encourage fans to exchange their merchandise by contacting Advantage Sport directly rather than on Sunday.
Volunteers from the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will be helping out with the Steeden store with the Supporters’ Trust also having a table upstairs to take memberships.
Car Park
Car Parking will be available at the game and will cost £5 however the price is set to increase to £6 in the regular season. Season Car Park passes will be valid for Sunday’s game. 
Programme 
The Red Devil will not be on sale at Sunday’s game with a brand-new programme set to be launched for our Super League opener against Wigan Warriors however a teamsheet including all Salford Red Devils fixtures for 2018 included.

Ian Watson – “It’s going to be a great local derby”

David Clegg Meets With Head Coach, Ian Watson, Ahead Of Sunday’s Pre-Season Friendly With Swinton
It is two or three years since we last had a pre-season friendly against Swinton, but for fans of a certain age, the very mention of such a game evokes memories of the days of the Red Rose Cup, and others of its predecessors., and the stirring battles to lift that first piece of silverware of the season, which invariably resulted.
Since the loss of Station Road, however, the Lions have operated in one or other of the Championship leagues, and matches of any description against them have been few and far between. So to have the opportunity to turn out against the team which for so many years was our nearest neighbour, provides us with a fittingly traditional start to the year,
For Head Coach, Ian Watson, it is an even more emotive and enthralling encounter, with his having coached and played for both clubs over the years.
”It’s going to be a great local derby,” he enthuses.  “Salford and Swinton have always been one of the big local derbies of rugby league, and I still remember being taken to them as a lad, and even being ball boy at one or two of them, whilst watching the likes of Tex Evans coming up against les Holliday.
“The local rivalry always seemed to ensure some great games, and there was always the really good banter between the two groups of supporters.  I used to absolutely love going to them, whether at The Willows or Station Rd.”
After a particularly traumatic period towards the end of last season, everything came out right for the Lions, both on and off the field, and they will, consequently, be fighting it out in the Championship once again this coming year, having avoided relegation to League 1 by beating Oldham in the final game of the season.
“Swinton are now in a process of rebuilding, and as part of this, are training down here at the A J Bell,” he divulges, “which is enabling them to get back into their community once again.
“They already have a good set of players there, and a good group of coaches led by former Salford centre, Stuart Littler, so they will certainly be coming here to test us, and we’re looking forward to that.”
For any fan, at any game, seeing their team win is the number one priority but for Ian, as coach, there are a number of other issues which vie with that.
“We are a really competitive group, but you want to be able to see the players blending together,” he concedes.  “There are also a number of small things within the game that I shall be looking for, but  also want to go out there and see them winning.”
With one less friendly game than in previous seasons in which to do so, Ian will have the task of ensuring that he gets to see all his players in the various combinations he is considering.
“I am especially keen for them to get consistency in playing together, and we do have a few players new to the squad, but basically we have the nucleus of a team who know what we do and how we go about it, which helps the new recruits,” he judges.  “What these players need is as much game time under their belts, so that they can get into our systems, and we can see them doing all the right things in a game situation.
“We have had a great pre-season, but so will everyone else, until such times as they play in a game, because then you are tested under pressure.  So there are few things there for to think about.
“On Sunday, we will start out with a strong team, and then we’ll slot others in and out, because we want to see what they can do.”
In some respects the fact that the squad can cope with a game less in the build up to the season is probably testament to the stability and increasing maturity of the playing squad over the last two seasons.
“We coaches sat down at the start of the preseason and set out what we wanted, where we were at, and where we wanted to get,” he explains.  “The fact that two of our new signings, Manu Vatuvei and Tyrone McCarthy, had played with us already was a bonus, and we have also had a couple of training runs with North Wales Crusaders and Toronto, which have been really good for us.
“Sunday’s game will build on all of that.”
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee – Mr M Griffiths
Touch Judges – S Houghton,  A Smith
KO –  1.00pm

Tickets for our pre-season game vs Warrington are on sale

Salford Red Devils can confirm that tickets are now on sale for our second pre-season friendly against Warrington on Saturday 20th January at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
This will be the first opportunity to see Ian Watson’s men on the road in 2018 as they face a Warrington side led by their new Head Coach Steve Price.
Supporters can now buy their tickets for this game from the Club Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570.
Salford fans will occupy the North Stand (Seated) along the side of the pitch with the West Terrace being close however prices will be the same as regular West Terrace prices.
A full breakdown of ticket prices for this game can be seen below:
Adult: £15
Concession (65+): £10
Young Adult (17-23): £10
Junior (5-16): £5
Infant (0-4): Free
Remember, if you’d like to catch the Red Devils in pre-season action tickets are still available for our pre-season friendly against Swinton. All the prices for this game can be found here.
Also, come and join us for our 2018 Super League season opener against Wigan Warriors on Friday 2nd January with tickets available at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here.
But, you can secure your place at every Salford Red Devils 2018 home Super League fixture by purchasing your 2018 Season Ticket today. Season Tickets are also available from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here.
If you wish to purchase your 2018 Season Ticket via six monthly Direct Debit payments you must visit the Club Ticket Office or phone 0161 786 1570. A full list of 2018 Season Ticket prices and their respective Direct Debit payment schemes can be found here.

Tickets for our 2018 season opener against Wigan are available

Salford Red Devils can confirm that tickets are now on sale for our opening home game of the 2018 Super League season against Wigan Warriors.
Following our price freeze on Season Tickets the Club are also delighted to confirm a price freeze on matchday prices from the 2017 season.
Home tickets will be available in the South Stand, West Stand and the 1873 suite. Fans can now purchase their tickets for our 2018 Super League season opener against Wigan Warriors from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here.
A full breakdown of the ticket prices can be seen below:
West Stand (Adult): £25
West Stand (Concession): £20
West Stand (Junior): £10
 
South Stand (Adult): £20
South Stand (Concession): £15
South Stand (Junior): £10
 
VIP (Adult): £35
VIP (Concession): £25
VIP (Junior): £15
Remember, fans can still confirm their place at every Salford Red Devils home Super League game in 2018 by purchasing a Season Ticket.
Season Tickets can be purchased from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here. Fans are reminded that if they wish to pay via Direct Debit they’ll need to purchase at the Club Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570.
For a full list of Season Ticket prices and a breakdown of each Direct Debit breakdown scheme click here.

Salford Education Academy U16’s part of the 2018 Season Launch

Supporters can watch the Salford Red Devils Education Academy U16’s open their 2018 season on Sunday morning prior to the Swinton game with an 11am kick-off.
The U16’s will open their 2018 campaign at home to Barrow on the outside training pitch in a curtain raiser for the first teams first game of the 2018 against Swinton Lions.
Any fans wishing to attend our 2018 Season Launch before watching the rest of the U16’s game can go outside following the Season Launch and will just need to show their wristband on leaving and re-entering via reception.
Player Development Manager and Education Academy Coach Danny Barton said: “This is going to challenge our thinking on how we do a lot of things.
“It will be a really telling indicator as to how we are doing as a Club at this level but I absolutely believe that we are in a better position this year than we were this time last year irrespective of the changes we are facing from the 2017 competition.”
Our 2018 Season Launch will also take place on Sunday in the 1873 suite from 10:30am.
Tickets for our Season Launch event (including game ticket) are priced as follows:
Adult (Season Ticket Holder): £13
Concession (Season Ticket Holder): £8
Adult (Non-Season Ticket Holders): £15
Concession (Non-Season Ticket Holders): £10
Regular ticket prices for just the game are:
Adult: £10
Concession: £5
 
Tickets for our opening pre-season friendly against Swinton are available at the Club Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570.
Also, Season Tickets for our 2018 Super League season are still available at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here. Remember, if you wish to pay for your 2018 Season Ticket in six monthly Direct Debit instalments you must purchase from the Club Ticket Office or over the phone.