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Ian Watson | “We’re confident in the teams ability to learn”

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!

Talking Points | Salford Red Devils 4-26 St Helens

Salford Red Devils fell to a 4-26 defeat at the hands of St Helens on Thursday evening and there were a number of talking points from the game.

Attitude

While the result wasn’t the one the Red Devils were looking for the performance was certainly a positive one as Salford put up a resilient display full of ‘effort and endeavour’ as Watson referenced in his post-match press conference.
The first half saw a real back-and-forth affair for the first twenty minutes before Saints opened up a lead heading into the break. However, much like large periods of the first half, Salford matched the current Super League leaders for most of the second half but just couldn’t open up the St Helens defence.


Salford’s defence remained strong for long spells of the game in comparison with their last home outing against Leeds Rhinos. If there were two moments that encapsulated the ‘never-say-die’ attitude they were certainly Ken Sio and Niall Evalds hunting down Tommy Makinson as he broke free and Jackson Hastings pulling off a sensational defensive effort on Makinson also as he went to score in the corner.
There is no doubting that if the levels of effort and desire remain the same next week in France that Salford will be confident of coming away from the Stade Gilbert Brutus with two points. 

Injuries

It was a tough evening at the office for the Red Devils and that showed in the warm-up as George Griffin had to pull out of the starting line-up with a hamstring problem and was replaced by Daniel Murray.
The injury woes continued for Salford in the early stages as Captain Lee Mossop had to leave the field after just five minutes with a similar injury meaning Salford had to play a huge period of the game with 16 men.

Greg Burke also had to leave the field with for a concussion assessment which meant Gil Dudson returned to the pitch almost immediately after coming off to the interchange bench. Jackson Hastings also missed the final ten minutes of the game as he also needed to undergo a concussion assessment. The game may well have gone a different way had Salford had some better luck with injuries on the night.
Lee Mossop and George Griffin are both being monitored ahead of this weekend’s game against Catalans while Greg Burke and Jackson Hastings will also be looking to be in contention to make the 19-man squad.  

Jansin Turgut

The acquisition of Jansin Turgut last season and his re-signing in the off-season may be one that had slipped under the radar with the other incomings however the Turkish international has put in some sterling performances thus far in the 2019 Betfred Super League.
Turgut was named as the Man of the Match by match sponsor Middleton Barton Group. The back-rower managed to earn an impressive 100 metres during Thursday evening’s game and also racked up a fantastic 44 defensive efforts. He was also prevented his first Red Devils try by a matter of inches in the first half.
The 22-year-old is definitely making an impression at the AJ Bell Stadium during his first full month of game time and he will be looking to carry his fine form into March and onwards.

Gameday shenanigans

Ahead of kick-off, special guests Jackson Yamba and his ten-year-old son David brought the matchball onto the field to an absolutely amazing reception and the Salford Red Devils fans displayed the true meaning of the Salford community! 
Half-time of yesterday’s game saw the debut of ‘Wild Thang’s Wild Five Minutes’ with Dr Devil firing t-shirts into the crowd thanks to our brand-new t-shirt cannon with one lucky fan winning a golden ticket for a fabulous prize at our next home game.


Thursday’s game also saw the Salford University Takeover Day with a number of students, staff and alumni attending in both a professional capacity in the press area and as supporters. There was also a heavy Salford University presence in and around the AJ Bell Stadium as a major step between one our main partners for 2019.
 
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!

Match Report | Salford Red Devils 4-26 St Helens

Despite a valiant effort, Salford Red Devils fell to a 4-26 defeat to St Helens at the AJ Bell Stadium in their fifth fixture of the 2019 Betfred Super League season.
Although the 22-point margin may suggest otherwise, the game was a hard-fought affair however the current table-toppers came out on top thanks to a double from James Roby and tries from Mark Percival, Jonny Lomax and Regan Grace. Derrell Olpherts crossed for Salford’s only try of the game.
The evening didn’t get off to a great start for the Red Devils as they lost George Griffin in the warm-up and he was subsequently replaced by Daniel Murray. However, the struggles continued five minutes into the game as Lee Mossop left the field with a similar injury leaving Salford down to 16 men for the remainder of the game.
Jansin Turgut went close for Salford in the early stages but was stopped just short of the line. But it was St Helens who opened the scoring just before the midpoint of the first half as Percival climbed highest for a cross-field kick. Lachlan Coote converted.
Injury issues continued for Salford as Greg Burke had to leave the field for a concussion assessment with Gil Dudson returning after just a few minutes on the interchange bench. The visitors would soon score again as Lomax managed to force his way over from close-range.
On the half-time hooter, Roby managed to burrow his way under the Salford defence. Coote converted to further the lead going into the break.
Following an immense cover tackle from Jackson Hastings, Salford would grab the first try after the interval as Olpherts rose highest to claim a cross-field kick and get the Red Devils on the scoreboard.
St Helens immediately replied, however. Dominique Peyroux was denied by video referee Rob Hicks but from the following scrum as the ball went wide to Grace to go over in the corner. The Red Devils continued to push but couldn’t cross again and it was Saints who finished the scoring as Roby grabbed his second of the game five minutes from time.
Salford: Evalds, Olpherts, Welham, Sa’u, Sio; Lui, Hastings; Mossop, Lussick, Dudson, Jones, Turgut, Murray.
Interchanges: Burke, Nakubuwai, McCarthy, Tomkins.
St Helens: Coote, Makinson, Costello, Percival, Grace; Lomax, Fages; Walmsley, Roby, Thompson, Taia, Peyroux, Knowles.
Interchanges: Lees, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Paulo, Amor.
 
Salford Tries: Olpherts (53’).
Salford Conversions: N/A.
 
Saints Tries: Percival (18’), Lomax (32’), Roby (39’, 75’), Grace (56’)
Saints Conversions: Coote (19’, 40’, 76’)
 
Referee: Ben Thaler.
Video Referee: Rob Hicks.
Attendance: 4064.

Gameday Information | Salford Red Devils vs St Helens | Thursday 28th February

Everything you need to know ahead of Salford Red Devils vs St Helens.
Key information
Salford Red Devils will host St Helens in our third home game of the 2019 Betfred Super League season on Thursday 28th February. The game is set to kick-off at 7:45pm.
The West and South Stands will be open for home fans on Thursday evening while the travelling St Helens supporters will be situated in the East Stand.
Ticketing
You can purchase tickets for Thursday’s game against St Helens at the Club Ticket Office prior to kick-off. You must purchase a ticket as oppose to paying on the turnstile. Remember, ticket prices will rise by £2 on gameday, so we’d encourage supporters to purchase their tickets ahead of Thursday. 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 Thursday’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 Thursday’s game against St Helens.
We now have more availability in the 1873 Suite for Salford Red Devils to purchase 2019 Season Tickets on a pro-rata basis for our VIP area. You can purchase a 2019 Season Ticket for the 1873 Suite if you visit the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office before 5pm on Thursday. Alternatively, you could purchase over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE. For prices and more details click HERE.
Tickets for our next away fixture at Catalans Dragons on Saturday 9th March at Stade Gilbert Brutus are now available to purchase at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office following full-time of Thursday’s game. Ticket details and prices can be seen HERE. 
Our following two home games against Wigan Warriors on Sunday 24th March and Hull FC on Sunday 7th April are also now on-sale and will be available at the AJ Bell Stadium following full-time of Thursday’s game. However, you can get yours now by calling 0161 786 1570 or by clicking HERE.
Stadium and Security  
AJ Bell Stadium turnstiles will be open for general admission at 6:30pm.
If you are an 1873 Season Ticket holder you can gain access via the Main Reception from 5:30pm. 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 be 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 half gets underway.
Please remember that all bags must be checked on entry to the AJ Bell Stadium.
Transport and Parking
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust are in action for Thursday’s fixture against St Helens. 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 the pick-up times will be for a 19:45pm kick-off on Thursday evening.
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
Unfortunately, WildThang won’t be at this evening’s fixture against St Helens but will be returning at our next home game against Wigan Warriors on Sunday 24th March.
However, WildThang will be bringing us a ‘Wild Five Minutes’ at half-time of Thursday’s game as Dr Devil will be firing shirts into the crowd with one containing a golden ticket for an amazing prize at our next home game!
Remember, you can still purchase your Salford Red Devils merchandise via the online store, HERE.
Hospitality and Club 13 
All guests who are dining at Thursday’s fixture against St Helens whether that be in our Platinum Club or in the executive boxes can enter via Reception from 5:30pm onwards. Again, all guests will need to wrist-banded on entry.
Guests at our Club 13 networking event will also enter via Reception from 5:30pm onwards.
Marquee and Catering
The marquee will be open from 5:30pm and DJ Andy Steele will be entertaining both the Salford Red Devils and St Helens supporters pre and post-match while you soak up the atmosphere.
Salford Red Devils along with Elior are delighted to confirm there is a fantastic offer of £3 on all pints following the game – stay behind and enjoy DJ Andy Steele with excellent prices.
Salford University will also be bringing their speed-reaction game for fans to test their agility in the lead-up to the game.
Catering vans will also be positioned in both the outside forecourt and area between the West and South stands. Kiosks inside the stands will open from 6:30pm.
Forecourt Activity
The Salford RLFC Supporters’ Trust will have a table in the forecourt where they will be selling previous editions of ‘The Red Devil’ from the games against London Broncos and Leeds Rhinos. They will also be signing up members.
Pre-Game Entertainment
Ahead of Thursday’s game, the ‘Red Angels’ will be performing a dual-performance with the ‘Saints Angels’ as part of the pre-game entertainment. Make sure to show them some support!
Half-Time Activity
At half-time, we will see the debut of WildThang’s ‘Wild Five Minutes’ which will see Club mascot Dr Devil fire t-shirts into the crowd with our brand-new t-shirt cannon with one shirt containing a golden ticket for a prize at an upcoming Salford Red Devils fixture.
The ‘Red Angels’ and ‘Saints Angels’ will also be performing again at half-time.
The Red Devil
‘The Red Devil’ will return for the third issue of the season and this week’s cover star and focus of the big interview is Jansin Turgut and don’t forget you will collect your third token of the season to earn a signed match ball at the end of the season!
Also, in this week’s issue, we sit down with Derrell Olpherts to put him in profile, we speak to Club Videographer Cari Morris, Salford Red Devils fan Nathan Archer as well as looking at our opponents St Helens and getting the latest from Ian Watson, Salford Red Devils Foundation and Gold Line Draw.
Special Guest
Jackson Yamba and his son – who were the victims of a racial attack on their property in Salford recently – will be guests in our Platinum Club and will bring the ball onto the field pre-match.
Make sure to give them a warm welcome and show them what the community of Salford is really like!
 

Squad | Ian Watson makes one change for Saints

Head Coach Ian Watson has named his 19-man squad for Thursday’s Betfred Super League fixture with St Helens at the AJ Bell Stadium, 7:45pm kick-off.
Mark Flanagan comes into the squad in place of Lee Mossop. Tyrone McCarthy and Daniel Murray retain their places after impressive showings at KCOM Craven Park last weekend.
Jake Bibby will be looking for his first start of the 2019 season.
Tickets for Thursday’s game against St Helens are available to purchase at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.
Here is the full 19-man squad:

Salford Red Devils to host exciting Club 13 networking event

Salford Red Devils would like to invite you to our exclusive Club 13 networking event which will take place on Thursday 28th February at the AJ Bell Stadium to the backdrop of Rugby League as we face St Helens.
This will be the official re-launch of Club 13 and will allow you to meet like-minded business people in our state-of-art corporate facilities. Our brilliant networking events will open up new and exciting opportunities for everyone in attendance and give you a real return on your investment.
This is the first of three dynamic events that will be hosted at venues across Salford and Greater Manchester with guest speakers adding value and entertainment.
To register interest, E-Mail enquiries@salfordreddevils.net.

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.
 

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.

2019 Open Day to take place on Saturday

Salford Red Devils are delighted to reveal finalised details for Saturday’s open day in the 1873 Suite of the AJ Bell Stadium.
We’ve collated all the key information for Red Devils supporters surrounding the event.

Squad Builder Members

Our 2019 Squad Builder members, sponsors and club partners are invited to join us from 11am in the 1873 Suite in a period of exclusivity at Saturday’s event.
Squad Builder members will be handed their official membership cards and certificate on arrival with their membership cards gaining them access to future Squad Builder events.
Platinum Squad Builder members will also collect their Anglesey hotel voucher on entry before they will be invited outside to the West Stand seating to be involved with a Salford Red Devils team photo at approximately 11:45am.
Squad Builder members are welcome to bring a +1 to the event however in the case of Platinum members only one member will be included in the team photo.
It is important that fans who are not members of the Squad Builder do not try to enter the 1873 suite during this time as access will not be granted unless you are a member of the Squad Builder initiative.

General Admission 

The 1873 suite will be open to Salford Red Devils fans, who are not members of the Squad Builder initiative, at 12:30pm.
At approximately 1pm, the Salford Red Devils 2019 squad will enter the room one-by-one and take centre stage along with the coaching staff. Once every player has taken to the stage interviews with Ian Watson and a number of players will take place.
Following the interview section of the afternoon, Salford Red Devils players will be available for photograph opportunities and to sign autographs.
There will also be an opportunity for any supporters who are not yet currently a member of our innovative Squad Builder scheme to sign-up and reap the amazing benefits that come alongside.
Drinks will be available for supporters to purchase throughout the afternoon.

Club Shop

Salford Red Devils can confirm that our online store provider – WildThang – will be present at Saturday’s event and supporters will be able to purchase a range of merchandise ahead of the 2019 season.
The Club Shop will only be taking purchases on the day and will not be doing exchanges or refunds at the event. If you are looking to exchange an item or would like a refund on a purchase, you must do so via their online store here.

Ticketing

While you are down at the AJ Bell Stadium for Saturday’s event you will be able to purchase tickets for a range of upcoming Red Devils fixtures.
However, we’d encourage fans to purchase 2019 Season Tickets which are still available from the Club Ticket Office on Saturday. You can purchase in one payment via cash or card or can sign up to our Direct Debit payment scheme. Season Ticket collections will also be available from Reception. For a reminder of 2019 Season Ticket prices, click here.
In addition, tickets for our opening game of the 2019 Betfred Super League season against Huddersfield Giants at the John Smiths Stadium on Friday 1st February will also be available to purchase. You can also book onto the supporters’ coach for the game with Season Ticket holders getting travel at a discounted rate. All details here.
Tickets for our opening three home Betfred Super League games of 2019 will also be on sale – London Broncos (Sunday 10th February), Leeds Rhinos (Sunday 17th February) and St Helens (Thursday 28th February). For 2019 ticket prices, click here.
Finally, tickets for our 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend clash with Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday 26th May, 1pm kick-off, at Anfield will also be available to purchase. Season Ticket holders can get half-price tickets if they buy before April. You can also book your place on the supporters’ coach for this game. All details can be found here.
 
For any enquiries surrounding Saturday’s event, E-Mail enquiries@salfordreddevils.net.

Tickets | First three home games of 2019 now available

Tickets for our first three home games of the Betfred Super League season are now on sale. 
Supporters can now buy tickets for our fixtures against London Broncos, Leeds Rhinos and St Helens from the AJ Bell Stadium Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online by clicking here. 
The Red Devils are set to host newly-promoted London Broncos on Sunday 10th February, 3pm. This is the first game since the Club’s decision to move the majority of our Betfred Super League games to Sundays.
This will also be the first chance to see new signings Ken Sio, Adam Lawton and Gil Dudson in competitive action for the Red Devils. Be sure to purchase your tickets for our home opener of the 2019 season.
Ian Watson’s side are set to face Leeds Rhinos on Sunday 17th February, 3pm kick-off before hosting St Helens on Thursday 28th February, 7:45pm kick-off.
Please remember, you can save money by purchasing your tickets for all three of these games in advance from the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online here. Ticket prices will rise on gameday.
2019 ticket prices 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
West (VIP) Adult £42.50 £44 £46
Concession £31.50 £33 £35
Under 16 £20.50 £22 £24
Family £86.50 £88 £90

But, 2019 Season Tickets offer the best value for money to see every Red Devils home fixture this season and they are still available to purchase at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.
You can also spread the cost of your 2019 Season Ticket throughout the season thanks to our Direct Debit payment scheme which is available at the AJ Bell Stadium Ticket Office and over the phone on 0161 786 1570. Online purchases must be done in one payment.