Salford Red Devils would like to confirm that a total of £12,315 was raised via a recent squad builder launched by Club Partner Capricorn Security with support from the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust.
These funds have considerably helped towards the acquisition of Australian hooker Joey Lussick who is set to debut this evening against Hull Kingston Rovers.
Salford Red Devils would like to thank everyone who donated to the squad builder fund and thank all fans for their continued support as we head into The Qualifiers.
We hope to see you all at the AJ Bell Stadium in the coming weeks for our games against Widnes Vikings, Toronto Wolfpack and Toulouse Olympique for which we are offering discounted prices for tickets which are purchased online. Click here to buy.
Finally, the Club will be hosting a fan focus group on Tuesday 21st August and we are encouraging all fans to register their interest and help the Club with strategic planning going forward. Click here for more details.
Another devoted Salford Red Devils Season Ticket holder has been the recipient of a massive £500 thanks to the Gold Line Draw.
Bill Gunn – who was the lucky winner – has been a supporter of Salford Red Devils for over forty years and his whole family are currently Season Ticket holders in the West Stand.
Mr Gunn said: “The Gold Line Draw is a great way to support the Club and I’d highly recommend that all supporters do the same and join the draw.
“I was surprised but thrilled to get the knock on the door to bring the cheque.
Mr Gunn recently moved to a Direct Debit payment scheme and increased his membership and has supported the Club in a number of ways already this season.
“I also donated to the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust fundraiser at the start of the season to sponsor a player – anything I can do to support the Club, I do.
“I will be using the money to purchase a new bike and I’m hoping for another win in the near future.”
By signing up for the Gold Line Draw you help Salford Red Devils help the local community and further our relationships with local charities such as Breaking Barriers North West. Read about our recent donation to their cause here.
You can sign up via Direct Debit by clicking here.
You can also sign-up via Standing Order by clicking here.
Or, E-Mail SalfordSuperDraw@gmail.com with the subject ‘join’ to get signed up. You can also subscribe to the latest Gold Line Draw results direct to your inbox by E-Mailing with the subject ‘subscribe’.
If you’re a local business, why not check out our Supporters’ Pack? Click here.
You can see all the latest Gold Line Draw results by clicking here and scrolling to the bottom of the page.
The Salford Red Devils Lotteries Department paid the Royal Oak in Walkden a visit last week with two signed balls as they continue to get new members to enter the newly rebranded Gold Line Draw.
The Royal Oak are one of the Gold Line Draw’s biggest supporters and have signed up numerous new members over the last few months. If you’re a local business the Gold Line Draw is a perfect way to get affiliated with the Club, make sure to contact us if you’d like to get involved.
The Royal Oak is also one of the designated stops on the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust’s RD2 bus service which runs for every home game. Click here for more information on the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust gameday transport.
Salford Red Devils are delighted to offer all people who join the Gold Line Draw in June via Direct Debit a signed ball after they have made three monthly payments and entry into a draw to win a signed home shirt.
To join the Gold Line Draw by Direct Debit, click here, fill out the form and send it to us.
Alternatively, you can phone the Club office on 0161 786 1590, E-Mail SalfordSuperDraw@gmail.com with the subject ‘join’ or fill in a Direct Debit form at the Reception of the AJ Bell Stadium.
To read more about the switch to the Gold Line Draw click here.
To read about the work Salford Red Devils do with local charity Salford Heart Care via the Gold Line Draw click here.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will be hosting their next event – ‘An Evening with Adrian Morley’ – on Friday 15th June at Buile Hill Park.
Fan favourite and Salford-born Adrian Morley will join everyone at the evening and talk about his illustrious career and much more.
Alongside a three-course meal there will also be an evening of comedy provided by Gary Marshall as well as a number of raffles and auctions with memorabilia up for grabs.
Tables of 10 can be booked for £350, while individual tickets are priced at £35 per head. To book your tickets online, simply click here.
You can also purchase tickets by E-Mailing SalfordRLFCST@gmail.com to arrange bank transfers, cash payments or simply to reserve tables.
If you’d be interested in attending the event don’t delay as tickets are limited!
The event follows on from successful events such as the Ex-Players Association launch at Seven Bro7hers Brewery and Josh Wood and Ian Blease’s appearance at Walkden British Royal Legion in recent weeks.
For any enquiries please contact the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust direct. You can visit their website here.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust’s RD2 service will be running for the first time prior to Friday’s Betfred Super League game against Huddersfield Giants.
After asking for feedback from Salford Red Devils supporters the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust have finalised a route for the RD2 for this Friday’s game. All the stops and times can be seen below:
- Manchester Road East/Little Hulton Precinct (Bus Stop F), Little Hulton – 6:00pm.
- The Shamrock, Manchester Road East, Little Hulton – 6:10pm.
- Stocks Hotel (Bus Stop F), Worsley – 6:15pm.
- Royal British Legion Club, Wilfred Road, Worsley – 6:20pm.
- The Royal Oak, 18-20 Leigh Road, Worsley – 6:40pm.
- Worsley Court House (Bus Stop C), Worsley – 6:50pm.
- Egerton Arms, 363 Worsley Road, Eccles – 7:00pm.
- Monton Church (Bus Stop B), Monton – 7:05pm.
- The Chill Factore, Trafford – 7:10pm.
- AJ Bell Stadium – 7:15pm.
The prices from stops 1-6 (M38/M28) are as follows:
Adult return: £5
Concession return: £4
Family return: £15
The prices from stops 7-8 (M30) are as follows:
Adult return: £4.50
Concession return: £3.50
Family return: £13
The prices from The Chill Factore (stop 9) are as follows:
Adult return: £2
Concession return: £1.50
Family return: £5
It is cheaper to pre-book your tickets and you can pre-book your place on the RD1 or RD2 by clicking here. Cash or contactless payments to the driver on the day increase by 50p per passenger.
There is also a £4 cash or contactless one-way option on the return leg on a first come first served basis – go directly to the driver. U11’s must be accompanied by a fully paid adult.
Any enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust website here.
Here is the route in full:
Tickets are available for Friday’s clash with Huddersfield Giants at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here.
Director of Rugby and Operations Ian Blease and Salford Red Devils hooker Josh Wood will be in attendance at the next Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust event on Monday 21st May 2018.
The event will take place at Walkden Royal British Legion – the home of the “Walkden Reds” – with doors opening at 7:30pm.
From 8pm we will have a member update followed by a Q and A with Josh Wood who is proudly sponsored by the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust. Director of Rugby and Operations Ian Blease will then update the Supporters’ Trust on his new role and the Salford Red Devils Rugby Development strategy.
There will be an opportunity for anybody looking to join the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust to sign up, collect your Supporters’ Trust pin badge and also purchase tickets for another upcoming event – ‘An evening with Adrian Morley’ – on 15th June at Buile Hill Park.
Reserve your FREE tickets here now.
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.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will be running a trialling a second bus service – The RD2 – for our game against Huddersfield Giants on Friday 25th May.
Following the success of the RD1, the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust have put together a proposed second route which begins in Walkden and heads to the AJ Bell Stadium via Boothstown and the Trafford Quays Leisure Village.
The five proposed stops are below:
- Little Hulton Precinct (Stop F), Little Hulton.
- Royal British Legion Club, Wilfred Road.
- The Royal Oak, 18-20 Leigh Road, Worsley, Manchester, M28 1LZ.
- Worsley Brow/John Gilbert
- Trafford Quays Leisure Village, Trafford Way – The Chill Factore.
Any fans who have any feedback on this proposed route please contact the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust directly.
The RD1 service from Salford Precinct via Eccles will continue to run to the AJ Bell Stadium on gamedays. You can book online, and all the details are here.
You can also pay contactless or cash to the driver on the day from one of the designated stops. There is also a one-way service after full-time from the layby outside the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust RD1 bus service will now stop at any of the GMPTE stops on the route from Salford Precinct to the AJ Bell Stadium.
Following the success of the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust bus since it was launched for the home game against Hull FC earlier in the season, the bus will now stop at any GMPTE stops as well as the stops originally named online.
However, it is cheaper to pre-book your place on the RD1 service online here. The bus service leaves Gala Bingo at 6pm and is set to arrive at the AJ Bell Stadium for approximately 7pm.
You can pre-book your place on the bus from the following stops:
- Gala Bingo, Hankinson Way.
- Salford Regent Carpet Warehouse Ltd, Seedley Road, Salford.
- The Waggon & Horses, Irlam O’th Height.
- Langworthy Reds, Swinton Park Road, Salford.
- Hope Library, Eccles Old Road, Salford.
- The Eccles Cross – JD Wetherspoon, Regent Street, Eccles.
- Dog & Partridge, Church Street, Eccles.
The prices for each pre-booking return category can be seen below:
Salford stops (Stop 1-5)
Eccles stops (Stop 6-7)
A family ticket includes two adults and two children. All U11’s must be accompanied by a fully paid adult. You will need your PayPal invoice as proof of purchase on both legs of the journey.
To get on the bus on matchday simply flag the bus down at any GMPTE stops to get on the bus with prices increasing by 50p per passenger on matchday. Both cash or contactless payment fares to the driver are accepted.
There is also a one-way service from the AJ Bell Stadium following full-time priced at £4 which works on a first come first served basis. Head to the RD1 service in the lay-by directly outside the AJ Bell Stadium.
Direct any enquiries to transport@email@example.com
Tickets are still available for Thursday night’s clash with St Helens and can be purchased from the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will be running a bus service from Salford Precint to the AJ Bell Stadium for tomorrow night’s game against Wakefield Trinity, 8pm kick-off.
The service commences at 6pm at Gala Bingo, Hankinson Way, Salford and will return from the AJ Bell Stadium post-match. Below are the pick-up points and approximate times – subject to traffic.
Gala Bingo, Hankinson Way, Salford (Bus Stop) – 6pm.
Regent Carpet Warehouse Ltd, Seedley Road, Salford – 6:08pm.
The Waggon & Horses, Irlam O’th Height – 6:15pm.
Langworthy Reds, Swinton Park Road, Salford – 6.20pm.
Hope Library, Eccles Old Road, Salford – 6:30pm.
The Eccles Cross – JD Wetherspoon, Regent Street, Eccles – 6.40pm.
The Dog and Partridge, Church Street, Eccles – 6.50pm
AJ Bell Stadium.
Prices from the Salford stops (Gala Bingo – Hope Library) are priced at £5 for adults, £4 for U17’s and Seniors and £15 for a family ticket; two adults and two children.
Prices from the Eccles stops (The Eccles Cross – Dog & Partridge) are priced at £4.50 for adults, £3.50 for U17’s and Seniors and £13 for a family ticket; two adults and two children.
You can purchase your tickets online here. Cash fares directly to the driver will increase by 50p on the matchday. There will also be a one-way option for the return leg priced at £4 on a first come first served basis.
All U11’s must be accompanied by a fully paid adult.
Please direct any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is all the matchday information for tomorrow’s #DerbyDay clash with Warrington Wolves at the AJ Bell Stadium, 3:15pm kick-off.
Warrington Wolves fans are reminded that they will be in the East Stand for Saturday’s #DerbyDay fixture. Any Wolves fans who have purchased tickets for the North Stand are reminded that their tickets ARE STILL VALID.
All supporters are invited to stay following the full-time whistle with the Manchester Derby set to be shown in the Fans Bar, Club 1873 and the Platinum Club.
Fans can purchase tickets for the #DerbyDay clash from the West Stand Ticket Office beside Reception prior to the game. Tickets are also available over the phone on 0161 786 1570 and fans can then collect from the Club Ticket Office in the lead-up to the game. There will be a separate window at the Ticket Office for collections.
Warrington Wolves supporters can purchase their tickets from the North Stand Ticket Office for their tickets in the East Stand. Any Warrington Wolves fans who already have tickets for the North Stand are reminded that their tickets are valid for the East Stand.
Following the game, the West Stand Ticket Office will be open for Salford Red Devils fans to purchase tickets for the upcoming home game against Wakefield Trinity on Friday 20th April, 8pm kick-off. Tickets and coach travel will also be on sale for the trip to Huddersfield Giants on Sunday 15th April as well as for the Magic Weekend fixture against Catalans Dragons on Sunday 20th May.
Transport and Car Park
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust bus is running from Salford Precinct to the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday and there are still places available to book or you can pay the driver directly on the day. All the pick-up points, times and prices can be seen here.
Local taxi company, and proud sponsor of the Red Angels Dance Team, 1010 taxis will be offering 10% any journeys to and from the AJ Bell Stadium on gamedays. All their contact details can be found here. If you do come to the Stadium tomorrow via 1010 taxis, please can you send us an image on social media in your taxi!
There is also space available on the Car Park with a spot being priced at £6 per car.
Doors will be open for the Platinum Club and 1873 Club from 12:15pm with food being served from around 2pm.
Seasonal guests will have their 2018 Season Tickets in their respective lanyards to produce on Reception. Any guests who are not seasonal will be wrist banded on entry to gain access to their respective areas. Guests will be then guided to the appropriate areas.
Archie Kelly – star of the award-winning Phoenix Nights – will be the compere in the Platinum Club with non-playing players being interviewed in the Platinum Club prior to the game. Following full-time the Man of the Match will be brought straight upstairs for an exclusive interview.
The Fans Bar will be open from 1:30pm for any fans wishing to watch the Merseyside Derby between Everton and Liverpool. The Fans Marquee will also be open from 1:30pm with DJ Andy Steele taking centre stage before Stephen Buckley will be performing from 2pm as arranged by the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust.
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will also have a table in the Fans Marquee.
The pop-up Steeden store will also be present in the Fans Bar for any Salford fans looking to purchase the latest merchandise. Any fans who are looking to return or swap items are reminded to do so with plenty of time as there will be queues.
All fan areas will remain open following the full-time whistle for supporters to watch the Manchester Derby.
Fans are also reminded of the fantastic gameday offers at Nandos at The Chill Factor. Both Season Ticket holders and matchday ticket holders will get 10% off at Nandos on production of their ticket so why not enjoy a Nandos before or after tomorrow’s #DerbyDay match.
Salford Red Devils Foundation
The outside AstroTurf will be open with the Salford Red Devils Foundation running activity sessions for children. There will also be a face painter available in the Fans Marquee for any children looking to get painted up for #DerbyDay. The Salford Red Devils Foundation will also have flag wavers and mascots at Saturday’s game.
The Red Devil & Half-Time Draw
The matchday programme will be on sale again around the AJ Bell Stadium from our programme sellers who will be in their high-vis vests. The Red Devil is priced at £3.
In this week’s issue we speak to Kris Welham ahead of his 200th Betfred Super League appearance, Assistant Coach Willie Poching in this week’s ‘Meet the Team’ as well as having the latest from Ian Watson, Weller Hauraki, the Salford Red Devils Foundation and the Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust.
There will also be half-time draw tickets available around the AJ Bell Stadium with a cash prize, gym membership and Uncle Joes Mintballs all up for grabs.
Pre-Match and Half-Time Activity
The Salford Red Angels Dance Team will be performing prior to kick-off and at half-time so make sure you’re in your seats early and cheer them on.