Salford Red Devils are delighted to confirm a partnership with Second City in Manchester City Centre to offer Season Ticket holders discounted prices on drinks and food.
Second City are giving Season Ticket holders the chance to buy any draught lager (Amstel, Sagres, Bira Moretti & Heineken, draught Guinness, draught cider and draught Maltsmiths IPA for just £4 a pint.
Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holders can also get the Second City burger – the bar’s most popular burger – and chips for just £5. The burger includes a beef patty, streaky bacon, jack cheese, lettuce, tomato and Second City burger sauce!
All of these offers can be claimed on production of your 2019 Salford Red Devils Season Ticket.
The following Betfred Super League games will be shown at Second City bar throughout March:
- Wigan Warriors vs Huddersfield Giants – Friday 8th March
- Huddersfield Giants vs St Helens – Thursday 14th March
- Warrington Wolves vs Wigan Warriors – Friday 15th March
- Wakefield Trinity vs Warrington Wolves – Thursday 21st March
- Castleford Tigers vs St Helens – Friday 22nd March
- Leeds Rhinos vs Castleford Tigers – Thursday 28th March
- Hull FC vs Warrington Wolves – Friday 29th March
Second City’s Instagram page is secondcity_bar – be sure to post your pictures from your visit and tag them in it!
To check out other offers for 2019 Season Ticket holders, click HERE.
Salford Red Devils are pleased to announce a new media partnership with the radio station for Manchester, XS Manchester. Joining forces to deliver exciting and engaging content on and off the pitch.
With a shared passion for Manchester’s music and sport, the Club are looking forward to XS Manchester’s involvement with Salford Red Devils brand new match day experience and seeing the relationship grow.
The partnership will take place across multiple platforms, with presenter involvement, giveaways, on air advertising, pitch side branding and much more, throughout the 2019 Betfred Super League Season.
Watch this space!
Earlier this week Salford Red Devils visited local primary school St Phillip’s C of E to read to the children as part of the World Book Week.
Salford stars Rob Lui, Joey Lussick, Mark Flanagan, Ken Sio, Lee Mossop and Greg Burke were accompanied by Head Coach Ian Watson and read to age groups from Reception to Year 5. The Red Devils were promoting reading at a young age and the importance of having male role models to the next generation.
The lads read books on a range of topics from dinosaurs to grandparents with Greg Burke getting through three books and Rob Lui staying behind to continue reading to his class who loved the ‘Star Man’s’ entertainment.
Head Coach, Ian Watson, said: “It’s fantastic to have the lads out in the community and doing activities with youngsters such as reading to them as part of World Book Week.
“We’ve got a great group of players at the moment who are more than willing to put themselves out into the community of Salford and promote fantastic initiatives such as this.
“It is important that children are reading from a young age and having positive male role models showing them that reading is enjoyable and beneficial can only help promote that in and around Salford.”
Remember, if you have a child under the age of 11, they can claim a FREE Junior Season Ticket for the remainder of our 2019 Betfred Super League season. Just visit the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office or call 0161 786 1570 now.
Head Coach Ian Watson has named his 19-man squad to travel to Perpignan to face Catalans Dragons on Saturday 9th March.
Ed Chamberlain – who has missed the early weeks of the season through injury – is named in the squad and could make his first competitive appearance of the 2019 season.
Jake Bibby is also looking to make his first start of the 2019 Betfred Super League season. Mark Flanagan will be looking to come back into the starting team as will George Griffin who missed last week’s game against St Helens after pulling up in the warm-up.
Lee Mossop misses the game after picking an injury in last Thursday’s game against St Helens.
Here is the full 19-man squad:
Salford Red Devils are delighted to confirm an exciting new partnership with Bupa UK which will see the healthcare provider sponsor the pitch side team.
Bupa UK recently opened its largest office, Bupa Place, in Salford Quays and, much like Salford Red Devils, is looking to work closely with the Salford community. Across the UK, Bupa has around 2.2m insurance customers, provides care to 3.3m customers within its dental centres, health clinics and Bupa Cromwell Hospital, and has 6,800 residents across care homes and retirement villages.
Director of Rugby and Operations, Ian Blease, said: “This is a really exciting and promising partnership for both parties.
“With a big part of Bupa’s UK business being based at Salford Quays it makes complete sense for us to link-up with them as we continue to embed ourselves further into the Salford community.
“We’re delighted to now be partnered with a globally recognisable brand like Bupa and it shows a real ambition from the Club.
“We’re continuing to welcome new businesses and partners to Salford Red Devils all the time and this is just a sign of the positive direction the Club is moving in.”
Wayne Close, General Manager, Bupa Health Services, said: “Our new building in Salford Quays, Bupa Place, houses over 2,000 employees which makes us a major employer in the area. With this comes a responsibility to support our local community and we’re delighted to partner with the Salford Red Devils.
“This is part of a growing range of initiatives we are now looking to develop for residents of Salford and throughout Manchester.”
Bupa’s branding will feature on the pitch side team throughout the 2019 season which includes Assistant Coach Martin Gleeson and the medical team.
Tickets are now available for Salford Red Devils next two home fixtures against Wigan Warriors and Hull FC in the Betfred Super League.
Salford Red Devils are set to host current Betfred Super League champions Wigan Warriors on Sunday 24th March before welcoming the visit of Hull FC on Sunday 7th April. Both games kick-off at 3pm.
You can purchase tickets from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. Remember, if you purchase in advance you will SAVE money!
The quickest, easiest and simplest way to book your place at the AJ Bell Stadium for our massive fixtures against Wigan and Hull FC is online, simply click HERE.
Ticket prices for these fixtures is as follows:
If you have any questions regarding ticketing, please E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is still very limited availability to book your place in our 1873 suite for the remainder of the 2019 Betfred Super League season by purchasing your Season Ticket on pro-rata prices.
Supporters can now purchase Season Tickets for our remaining 11 home games of the season in our 1873 suite or current Season Ticket holders can upgrade their tickets, but you will need to act quickly as space is limited.
Our 1873 suite gives supporters access to Salford Red Devils first team players post-match and allows them to see the official Man of the Match interview in an indoor area with seats as well as having a padded seat in the West Stand VIP area.
You can purchase your 1873 suite Season Ticket now from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.
The prices are as follows:
Under 16: £172
Current Season Ticket holders can upgrade their 2019 Season Tickets to the 1873 Suite by simply paying the difference.
Salford Red Devils would like to thank the AJ Bell Stadium and Elior for their co-operation in helping us make tickets available in our 1873 Suite. We are hopeful Salford Red Devils supporters will purchase their tickets for this area and support the Club, AJ Bell Stadium and Elior.
Tickets are now on sale for our trip to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle to face Castleford Tigers on Sunday 17th March, 3:30pm kick-off.
Support the Red Devils as they make the journey to Castleford by purchasing your tickets now at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Junior Swaps: FREE
Ticket prices will rise by £2 if you purchase on gameday so we’d encourage supporters to buy in advance from the AJ Bell Stadium. Remember, Salford Red Devils retain 25% of every purchase in advance from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570.
The concession price category includes 60+, full-time students and children aged between 6 and 16.
Junior swaps are available for the fixture but must be swapped in advance from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office. ID may be required when entering the Mend-A-Hose Jungle. A junior swap voucher is valid for persons with a birth date after the 31st January 2002.
There is also coach travel available to book for this fixture and this can be done at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office or over the phone on 0161 786 1570. The coach is priced at £15 for all classes.
The pick-up points and times are as follows:
Chandos Social Club: 12:25pm
Royal Sovereign: 12:40pm
Eccles Town Hall: 12:50pm
Dog & Partridge: 1:00pm
AJ Bell Stadium: 1:20pm
Salford Red Devils retain 100% of your coach booking fee. Supporters are reminded to arrive at their pick-up point with plenty of time.
Car parking is available at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle for £5 per car. For disabled parking, wheelchair spaces and reserved seating please call the Castleford Ticket Office on 01977 552674.
Head Coach Ian Watson was pleased with the effort from his side and feels the Red Devils can learn a lot from their opponents St Helens.
He also touched on a number of other topics in his post-match press conference.
On the game…
Credit to St Helens on how good they were defensively – that was the key. I thought just they were really consistent in turning us over in a pocket and were really consistent with their line speed and intensity in defence and knowing when to drop off and be really disciplined and not give penalties away coming out of yardage. Their defence was outstanding, and it was something we spoke about at half-time and that we needed to be better at and learn a lesson from a champion team. I think we did do that in the second half, and we were miles better at it and that’s credit to the players. I thought there was a lot of effort and endeavour from our lads.
On learning from St Helens…
That’s a key thing for us and I think it’s what we’re trying to learn as a group. We’ve got a group in now who understand how we want to play and what we want to be known as. Saints have taught us a lesson in how we want to set about defensively really and to have that patient approach but I suppose that’s why they’re consistently playing in semi-finals and play-offs and until we buy into that and are as good as them at that we won’t get to those semi-finals at this point but we’re confident in the players’ ability to learn and to go forward from here.
On the injuries…
Teams pick up injuries, it wasn’t why we lost the game. Losing George Griffin and Lee Mossop obviously disrupts things but big credit to Daniel Murray he was 18th man and he’s been told to jump in on short notice and stood up against Alex Walmsley and Luke Thompson. Lee Mossop looks like he’s torn his hamstring and is the worst of them all. George Griffin felt it pulling up and when he hit a shield, he felt a pain go through it, so we won’t know how bad that one is until he gets assessed next week.
On the defensive efforts…
Jackson’s trackback try-saving tackle was special as was Ken Sio and Niall Evalds’ effort on Tommy Makinson. We encourage those kinds of efforts from our players because it shows a real desire and work ethic within your team.
On the start to the season…
It’s been a good start and I’d say this performance was good, it’s given us something to build on. I’d say the disappointing performance was the Leeds one for us. I don’t think we represented ourselves well in the Leeds game, but I thought against St Helens we dug in and a lot of other teams may have cracked a lot earlier than what we did. We just need to learn to not get bored doing things and be a little more patient in our approach.
On squad depth…
I’m confident in the squad we have particularly with our middles. We’ve got Adam Lawton who is developing really well playing down at Rochdale Hornets at the moment and his movements have been looking a lot better in those games we’ve been watching. We’ve also got Daniel Murray and Mark Flanagan didn’t play this weekend either so there are guys to drop in there and I don’t think we’re in a desperate situation just yet.
Tickets for Salford Red Devils next two home fixtures against Wigan Warriors on 24th March and Hull FC on 7th April are both available to purchase at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 7861 570 or online HERE. You can SAVE money by purchasing in advance!