Tag: The Shed

Ticket offer ends tonight

Today is the last day you can take advantage of our fantastic free junior ticket deal in The Shed for the upcoming game against Wakefield Trinity in the Super 8s.
You will receive a free junior ticket for the South Stand with every adult ticket purchased in The Shed. This offer will only last up until Monday 28th August and 9:30pm.
Season ticket holders can also claim their free junior season ticket by simply showing their season ticket at the ticket office.
We want you to bring your young ones down for FREE and let them experience The Shed as you all did at a similar age.
Be loud. Be proud. Be red. Fill The Shed.
Tickets are also on sale for our other remaining Super 8s home games against Wakefield and St Helens. Supporters can purchase tickets over the phone, at the ticket office or online via the club website. Fans are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Ticket office opening times over Bank Holiday

The Red Devils are delighted to offer one free junior ticket in The Shed for the upcoming game against Wakefield alongside every adult ticket purchased for the South Stand over the Bank Holiday weekend.
As part of our aim to fill The Shed against Wakefield we’d like you to bring a youngster for free to get them hooked on the atmosphere of The Shed. Don’t miss this great offer with limited space available in The Shed.
The offer is only available on tickets bought over the phone or at the club ticket office up until 9pm on Bank Holiday Monday.
Season ticket holders can also claim one free junior ticket for The Shed per season ticket by simply bringing their season ticket to the ticket office.
The club ticket office opening times are as follows:
Friday 25th: 9am-9:30pm
Saturday 26th: 9am-4:30pm
Sunday 27th: 9am-4:30pm
Monday 28th: 9am-9:30pm
Be loud. Be proud. Be red. Fill The Shed.
Tickets are on sale for the Wakefield game with the free junior ticket offer lasting until Bank Holiday Monday evening. Tickets are also on sale for our other Super 8s home games against Huddersfield Giants and St Helens and can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Get a free junior ticket for the Wakefield game

The Red Devils are delighted to announce a fantastic ticket offer for our Super 8s clash with Wakefield as we look to reignite the spirit of The Shed.
For every adult ticket purchased in the South Stand fans will receive one junior ticket for free. Tickets in the The Shed are limited so act quickly on this offer and bring your kids to the game for free.
Adult season ticket holders can also claim one free junior ticket for the Wakefield game provided they show their season ticket at the ticket office.
We’ve listened your memories of The Shed and a large proportion of you said you got hooked on Salford rugby league and The Shed going to games a youngster and now we’re giving you an opportunity to bring your youngsters and get them hooked on that Shed experience, also.
Supporters can take advantage of this great offer over the phone or at the club ticket office up until the night of Monday 28th August (Bank Holiday Monday).
Ticket office opening times
Friday 25th: 9am-9:30pm
Saturday 26th: 9am-4:30pm
Sunday 27th: 9am-4:30pm
Monday 28th: 9am-9:30pm
Fans are entitled to one free junior ticket with any paying adult. Extra tickets are charged at normal price.
Tickets can also be bought online however you will not receive a free junior ticket with any adult tickets purchased. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Red Devils enjoy Daytona racing experience

Despite having a rare weekend off the Red Devils player’s competitive nature hasn’t been pushed aside as the first team went racing at Daytona Manchester.
The unlikely duo of Kris Welham and Weller Hauraki came in first place while Jordan Walne and Jack Ratcliffe were in 2nd with the coaching team of Martin Gleeson and Ian Watson earning a bronze medal.
Red Devils Head Coach Ian Watson said: “It’s always good to do stuff like this it’s keeps a good energy in the camp and gives the players a bit of time to relax.
“This week off is going to be good for us, we need to find a balance between training and freshening people up mentally and physically as well.
“Other teams have had weeks off to freshen up and to be honest some of our guys are probably mentally beat at the moment.
“Hopefully it’ll give us time to get a couple of players back too and get some experience back in the side.”
Red Devils CEO Ian Blease added: “In the difficult spells, it’s important that you keep a strong bond between the lads and keep morale high in the camp which everyone here at Salford is fully aware of.
“The on-the-field stuff can become all-encompassing at times and sometimes you just need to take a step back and have a bit of time to relax, recover and recharge the batteries.
“That’s what the lads have done this week, they’ve had a bit of a break and we’ve had them out at things such as the Daytona racing to keep spirits high and to ease the pressure on them.
“We’ve got four massive games coming up so we want the lads to be in the perfect physical and mental state to give it all they’ve got and we feel that allowing a bit of down time was the ideal way to do so.”
Tickets are on sale for all Red Devils Super 8s home games as we look to fill The Shed against Wakefield. Fans can buy their tickets over the phone, at the club ticket office or online by clicking here. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Your Shed memories

Last night on Facebook and Twitter you gave us your memories from The Shed and told the Red Devils what it means to you.
Now we want you to post your favourite images from The Shed on our Facebook and Twitter posts as we continue our push to fill The Shed ahead of our pivotal Super 8s game against Wakefield on Friday 1st September.
Below are a sample of some of your memories and who they were from:
“So many memories there. Good and nail biting but most of all being able to watch them with my Dad who is sadly no longer with us! I know he will be very proud in what we have achieved this year, watching down as I say with the best seats in the house.” – Natalie Trousdale (Facebook)
“Vs Wire 2007 when we were already relegated, non stop singing for 80 minutes Shed was bouncing. Special night even though we were down Sending Castleford down the year before as we finished in the play offs again top atmosphere. Friday nights were special at that place.” – James Reid (Facebook)
First game I was only four being lifted over the turnstiles and sitting next to the dugout on the grass had the bug ever since that was fifty years ago.” – Graham Smith (Facebook)
“It had atmosphere..no matter the weather or the results the shed was always bouncing…old-school rugby league.” – @RobnCaz (Twitter)
“I remember my 1st game I was watching Salford vs Leigh and Des Drummond started a melee on the pitch and all 26 players were involved! Madness but great all at the same time lol.” – Anthony Halliday (Facebook)
Absolutely knocking wigan out of the cc the party after the game in the willows the fans mixed with the player’s it was like we had actually won the cup atmosphere was electric one of my best memories.” – Ann Whincup (Facebook)
Winning the league in 75-76 season.” – Michael Brett (Facebook)
“Warrington at home in 2006 was a great night the shed was bouncing that night we won 35-34 on are way to a 5th place finish! The Wigan cup game was a great day! I didn’t always stand in the shed my dad used to take me in the corner between the north and main stand he loved it there. Club end under the old scoreboard sometimes as well.” – Paul Whiteside (Facebook)
Salford 5-2 London. No tries scored. Absolutely poured it down. Memorable despite the odd scoreline.” – Alan Walker (Facebook)
“My first game I can remember in the shed was against Halifax in 2002 the same year we was relegated. Still had me hooked.” – Jordan Healey (Facebook)
Tickets are on sale for our game against Wakefield and can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Season ticket holders are reminded that their tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

The spirit of the Shed

What are your memories of The Shed? Do you remember your first time in The Shed? What made The Shed special to you?
Salford Red Devils are looking for fans to share their memories of the infamous Shed and reignite the spirit of the Shed ahead of our crucial Super 8s home tie with Wakefield on Friday 1st September.
With the Red Devils currently sitting two points from a position in the top four a first-ever Super League Grand Final appearance at Old Trafford is a real possibility and Ian Watson and the boys now need you, the fans, behind them more than ever.
A packed out ‘Shed’ bringing the noise will provide the exact lift the side needs going into their final four games and the players will attest that having the Red Devils fans loud and proud behind them as they defend their own line makes a real difference.
The sea of red shirts urging the lads to the line in attack could prove pivotal in our push for a place in the semi-finals of the Super League Super 8s.
Share your Shed memories on Twitter and Facebook, reignite the spirit of The Shed and let’s get The Shed full for the upcoming game against Wakefield. Come and cheer the lads on at the most important part of the season.
Be loud. Be proud. Be red. Fill the Shed.
Tickets are available for the upcoming Super 8s game against Wakefield and can be purchased over the phone, at the club ticket office or online via the club website. Supporters are reminded that season tickets are valid for all Super 8s home games.

Pack the Shed vs Wakefield

The Red Devils urge all fans to come down to the AJ Bell Stadium on Friday 1st September to support the boys in a crucial Super 8s game against Wakefield.
Ian Watson’s men are currently two points from a position in the Super League semi-finals and the chance to vie for a place in the Grand Final at Old Trafford in October.
Wakefield occupy 4th position and therefore the final semi-final spot and Trinity, much like the Red Devils, have upset the rugby league elite with a remarkable season thus far.
In the race for a top four spot this is almost a must-win game for the Red Devils and is the first of four games before the semi-finals; with Salford playing three at the AJ Bell Stadium.
This time last season the Red Devils were gearing up to face Championship sides Featherstone, London and Batley in a fight to maintain their Super League status but one year on and the Red Devils have secured their highest ever Super League finish after the regular season as well as their first Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final in twenty years.
It is now the time to get down to the AJ Bell Stadium and help the lads continue this fantastic season and finish it off in style earning a place in the Super League semi-finals. The Red Devils earned four home games for the Super 8s and now the home support is needed more than ever to help Ian Watson’s men return to winning ways.
Get down on Friday 1st September and support the boys. Be loud. Be proud. Be red and pack the shed!